Chevrolet Auto

Presented by: Camryn Battle

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Chevrolet

The Chevrolet motor company was established in the month of November in the year 1911. The company started in a flint garage as a cooperative venture between race car driver Louis Chevrolet and William Durant, founder of General Motors. The first Chevrolet built was the The Classic Six. A premium car priced at $2,500. Louis motto was "never give up".

Width and breadth

In the recent years the Chevrolet is producing around 30 different products combining all types of vehicles. There are six different cars that they are producing which they are: Spark, Sonic, Cruze, Malibu, Impala, and Volt. A total of three performance cars which are: Camaro, corvette and SS. A total of five crossovers and SUVs. Which are: Trax, Equinox, Traverse, Tahoe, and Suburban. Trucks: Colorado, Silverado, and Silverado HD. Commercial: Commercial, Silverado, Low Cab forward, Express and City Express. Electric: Spark EV, and Volt. Upcoming: 2017 Corvette Grand Sport, 2017 Bolt EV, 2017 Cruze Hatchback, 2017 Trax, 2017 Camaro ZL1, and 2017 Sonic.

On an average each vehicle they produce. They have a trim in every price range that is reasonable for you. For each vehicle they have have 3-5 trims minimum available and you can also build your own trim online exclusively.

Why So Different from their original product?

The reason their designs continues to change is because of "trends". Trends pay a big role in what people look for in a vehicle that they plan to buy. If a company keeps the consistency at a slow rate they will lose a lot of money ending up losing the consumers eye. Things are steadily changing on cars especially engines. With Chevrolet I think they have maintained a level of consistency with the consumers and investors. Chevrolet is one of the top car companies around the world because of that reason. A 2007 Chevrolet Volt price ranged from $20,000 to $27,000 and the recent year of 2016 has a similar retail value of $22,986 to $28,996.

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