When searching for the perfect family vehicle, many buyers turn to an online resource like Consumer Guide. They rate vehicles based on segment, and make it easier for buyers to pick the best options. For this year, Consumer Guide picked both the Chevy Tahoe and the Chevy Suburban to be on its 2021 Best Buys list for the large SUV segment. These full-size family models earned their place on the list thanks to their comfortable interiors, roomy designs, versatile capabilities, and high-end options — all things a family deserves to enjoy in their new vehicle.
Both the Tahoe and the Suburban enjoyed a redesign for the 2021 model year, which made both vehicles more spacious and better equipped. The 2021 Tahoe offers a maximum of 122.9 cubic feet of cargo space, the best in its class. The Suburban is also best in its class for cargo space, with 144.7 cubic feet. Consumer Guide appreciated that both of these Chevy models can fit up to nine passengers, while most full-size SUVs can only seat eight.
Also noteworthy are the three powerful engine options available in both of these models. There’s an impressive 6.2-liter V8 engine option with 420 horsepower, and a somewhat unique 3.0-liter Duramax® Turbo-Diesel option, with 277 horsepower and 460 lb-ft of torque.
Today’s Chevrolet Silverado is already one of the most advanced vehicles on the market when it comes to towing. Segment-first features like the available Advanced Trailering System and a best-in-class 15 available camera views mean you can work hard and smart in a Silverado.
With the upcoming 2022 Chevrolet Silverado ready to receive the new Trailer Side Blind Zone Alert feature, this intelligent truck is getting even smarter.
GM-Trucks.com reports that the 2022 Silverado will be the latest Chevrolet vehicle to get this cutting-edge towing tech. Trailer Side Blind Zone Alert debuted on the all-new 2021 Chevy Tahoe and Suburban, both of which just recently arrived at Transwest Chevrolet Buick in Sterling, Colorado. It builds on the Lane Change Alert feature currently available on the Silverado, alerting you when a moving vehicle approaches either side of your trailer or your truck’s blind spots.
Trailer Side Blind Zone Alert helps prevent collisions while you’re changing lanes with a trailer in tow, keeping you and your cargo safe. It joins a suite of other advanced technologies that includes Front Pedestrian Braking and Rear Cross Traffic Alert, making the new Silverado 1500 and Silverado HD a safer bet all around.
Transwest Chevrolet Buick in Sterling has the new 2020 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 and Silverado HD in stock for all your towing needs. If you’re ready to upgrade, call us now to arrange your test drive.
We’re excited to have the newest 2021 Chevy Silverado coming to Transwest Chevrolet Buick in Sterling. This popular, durable truck comes in several models with different levels of capabilities. Each version will feature several new updates, so here’s a look at the 2021 Silverado changes on the way.
The 2021 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 is part of the fourth generation of this full-size pickup. It’s receiving a number of minor alterations, including a shuffling of features and availability among the trim levels. There are also three new exterior colors replacing two retired exterior colors, and there will no longer be a manual tailgate.
All of the new Silverado models — including the 2021 Silverado 1500 light-weight truck and the 2021 Silverado 2500 HD and 3500 HD heavy-duty trucks — are adding some new advanced technologies. They’re available with a new Wireless Phone Projection for Apple CarPlay® and Android Auto™. SiriusXM is now included on the Work Truck trim and is standard on the Silverado 2500 and 3500 LT models and many Silverado 1500 versions. The 2021 Silverado 2500 HD and 3500 HD will feature a new Bed View Camera and a rearview mirror with partial video display for more confident maneuvering and hauling.
Each new 2021 Silverado will say goodbye to packages like the Remote Start Package and the Trailer Camera Package, and add updated features in their place. For instance, the 2021 Silverado models will be available with a new Safety Confidence Package, as well as many other appearance packages that will let you customize your truck.
If you’re interested in getting the best truck for your work in Sterling, Colorado, you’ll be able to find your ideal Silverado soon at Transwest Chevrolet Buick.
For over two years, Chevrolet has teased the possibility of a new crossover based on the Bolt EV platform. Now, we’re happy to say the vehicle is real and expected to launch as a 2022 model. It will be called the Chevy Bolt EUV (electric utility vehicle), and this is what we know about it.
Before the 2022 Chevy Bolt EUV launches in the summer of 2021, the similar Bolt EV will get a mid-cycle redesign for the 2021 model year. The changes it receives will be shared by the Bolt EUV, like a new front end with slimmer headlights. Inside, you can expect a sporty steering wheel, soft-touch materials with stitching and longer, wider front seats than in the current Bolt EV has.
Compared to the Bolt EV, the Bolt EUV will be more spacious. Its wheelbase will be three inches longer, allowing for more legroom and headroom, particularly at the rear. The roofline will also be longer, which could boost cargo space.
Both the 2021 Bolt EV and 2022 Bolt EUV will use the same 66-kWh battery pack from the 2020 Bolt EV, but GM officials have hinted that its peak fast-charging rate may be improved in the future. This would make the Bolt EUV a great vehicle for small families seeking an efficient ride.
Other new features are likely to include a cutting-edge camera and sensor array likely to make the Bolt EUV the first non-Cadillac GM model to feature Super Cruise technology. Bolt chief engineer Jesse Ortega also said the Bolt will get a button-activated one-pedal driving mode, something Bolt EV fans and EV drivers in general have been asking for.
When the 2022 Chevy Bolt EUV launches next year, make sure to find it at Transwest Chevy Buick in Sterling, CO. In the meantime, you can find many efficient crossover SUVs here at Transwest Chevrolet Buick.
The future of General Motors will be electric. After finalizing the production of the Chevrolet Impala in February, the automaker is making electric vehicles the focus of its Detroit-Hamtramck facility.
The switch to electric vehicle production has required a $2.2 billion investment from the automaker. The move to EV production will add approximately 2,200 manufacturing jobs in the U.S.
“Through this investment, GM is taking a big step forward in making our vision of an all-electric future a reality,” said Mark Reuss, GM president, during a press event at the plant with Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer and other local and state officials. “Our electric pickup will be the first of multiple electric truck variants we will build at Detroit-Hamtramck over the next few years.”
GM electrification plans
The first on the production line at the Detroit-Hamtramck facility is the GMC Hummer EV. You’ll be able to get behind the wheel of the well-equipped, electrically powered pickup late next year. The Cruise Origin electric shuttle (a self-driving model) is next on the production line.
The legacy of the Chevy Impala
In 1958, the Chevy Impala appeared as the top level trim of the Chevy Bel Air. The Chevy Impala eventually broke free from the Bel Air trim lineup to become a standalone option. The Impala was a widely popular model and in 1965, it set the still current record of 1 million models sold. In 1977 and 1978, the Impala dominated sales in America, earning the title of the best-selling car in the nation.
We at Transwest Chevrolet Buick are proud of the Impala sedan’s legacy and are excited about the electric future of GM. You can obtain a pre-owned or one of the few remaining new Impalas from Transwest Chevrolet Buick.
Chevy recently announced the all-new 2021 Tahoe and Suburban. Both models will elaborate on the previous model year’s reputation for accommodating passengers and hauling cargo. The 2021 Tahoe and Suburban will come with new tech and features, and it will provide more cabin space and better driving dynamics than previous versions.
“We’ve taken what people love about these pioneering SUVs and made them even better – adding more room for people and cargo, more advanced technology and an unrivaled driving experience,” said Barry Engle, executive vice president and president of General Motors North America.
According to the announcement, the upcoming Tahoe has 66 percent more cargo room behind the third-row seats, while the Suburban has 19 percent more maximum cargo space behind the first-row seats. Third-row passengers will also get 10 more inches of legroom in the new Tahoe.
Both models will also deliver a smoother, more cushioned ride thanks to available Magnetic Ride Control technology paired with a first-in-class Air Ride Adaptive Suspension. The latter system yields up to 4 inches of ride-height adjustment and load-leveling at each corner of the vehicle to better absorb the bumps you encounter on rough roads.
Other updates include five available display screens for enhanced infotainment options, 30 advanced safety and driver-assist tools, and a best-in-class amount of nine camera views system for safer and simpler towing. Chevy has also extended these models’ powertrain options to better suit demands. You can choose an all-new efficient 3.0-liter Duramax® turbo-diesel engine or the more potent 6.2-liter V8 with Dynamic Fuel Management that churns out 420 horsepower.
For more news about these 2021 offerings, contact Transwest Chevy Buick. Or stop by to test-drive one of the current Tahoe or Suburban models we have in our inventory.
For over 100 years, pickup trucks have been a mainstay of the Chevrolet lineup. The modern Chevrolet Silverado can follow its lineage all the way back to the 1918 Chevrolet One-Ton. To celebrate a century of trucks, Chevy created its Truck Legends program, which is an exclusive group of the most loyal Chevy truck owners.
Chevrolet officially started the program at the State Fair
of Texas in September 2016. Since that time, the group has grown to over 60,000
To become a part of this legendary group, you have to own a
Chevrolet truck with at least 100,000 miles on the odometer or have purchased
or leased more than one new Chevy truck in your life.
Once you are an official Chevy Truck Legend, you will
receive a welcome package that includes an exclusive cap and Legends decals
that you can put on your truck. You may also get special invitations to special
Chevy events. All Truck Legends members are invited to share photos and stories
about their trucks in the member gallery.
The Truck Legends program can also help you save money with
special discounts from a variety of Chevy partners. You can also purchase
exclusive Truck Legends merchandise.
If you want to join the Truck Legends program, come talk to us at Transwest Chevy Buick to find the perfect Chevy truck for your lifestyle.
Pickup trucks are everywhere, so it can be hard to stand out from the crowd if you want a unique truck. One great way to have a truck that looks different from everybody else’s is by choosing a special edition model.
Chevrolet recently announced that the 2020 Silverado 1500 will be available with two of the most popular special edition packages, Midnight and Rally Edition. Both of these flaunt unparalleled designs.
The Midnight Edition is available on the LT Trail Boss and the Custom Trail Boss trims. It adds a 2-inch factory suspension lift and the Z71 Off-Road Package. That equips skid plates, 18-inch painted wheels, and an automatic locking rear differential. As the name implies, the Midnight edition will have an all-black look with black Bowties, black exhaust tips, black off-road assist steps, black bumpers, and a black grille.
For a Silverado with a sportier look, choose the Rally Edition. It is available on the Custom and RST trims and is available in Red Hot, Silver Ice Metallic, Black, or Summit White exterior paint. Its unique styling includes a body-colored grille, black Bowties, black Rally stripes on the tailgate and hood, black assist steps, and black exhaust tips. The look is completed with 20-inch black painted wheels.
The Chevrolet crossover and SUV lineup keeps getting better, and the all-new 2021 Trailblazer is an exciting addition. The upcoming Chevrolet Trailblazer will sit between the Chevy Trax and the Chevy Equinox. This small SUV will show off modern styling, smart technologies, and a unique personality.
Advanced driver-assist safety features come standard in this all-new SUV. Each version of the 2021 Chevy Trailblazer will have Lane Keep Assist with Lane Departure Warning, Front Pedestrian Braking, and Automatic Emergency Braking. Additional driver-assist features will be available as upgrades, including Rear Park Assist, a High Definition Rear Vision Camera, and Adaptive Cruise Control. These advanced tools use cameras and sensors, to watch for potential collisions and accidents, warning the you of emergencies.
The array of standard safety features makes it even easier for drivers of the Chevy Trailblazer to relax behind the wheel and enjoy a confident, smooth ride. Plus, drivers who love a sporty look can give their 2021 Trailblazer a sharp design with the RS trim level, which will add a standard two-tone roof.
The all-new 2021 Chevrolet Trailblazer should be arriving at dealerships like Transwest Chevrolet Buick in early 2020. We’re looking forward to getting to know the newest addition to the lineup.
Diesel lovers can rejoice: There’s a new turbo-diesel engine in town. The all-new 2020 Chevrolet Silverado has added a new available 3.0-liter Duramax turbo-diesel inline-six engine to provide its customers with more choice and versatility.
The 2020 Silverado turbo-diesel engine will have
class-leading torque and horsepower, while still providing consumers with the
fuel economy and capabilities they want. It the first-ever inline-six
turbo-diesel to be offered in Chevrolet’s light-duty truck lineup.
“From the moment the engine is started, to its idle,
acceleration, and highway cruising, the 3.0L Duramax performance will change
perceptions of what a diesel engine can offer in refinement,” said Nicola
Menarini, director for Diesel Truck Engine Program Execution. “With advanced
technologies that draw on global diesel expertise, it’s a no-compromise choice
for those who want the capability and driving range of a diesel in a light-duty
The 2020 Silverado turbo-diesel engine is one of six powertrain options available on the Silverado. It will be an available option on the LT, RST, LTZ, and High Country trim levels and will come paired to a ten-speed automatic transmission. The turbo-diesel provides 277 horsepower and 460 lb-ft of torque, reaching 95 percent of peak torque at just 1,250 rpm – giving you plenty of towing power.
We at Transwest Chevrolet Buick are huge fans of the current Silverado, so we’re thrilled that it will be adding yet another engine option to its already exhaustive lineup of powertrain possibilities.