In recent years Chevrolet has made a conscious effort to redesign many of their staple vehicles. The re-introduction of the Camaro in recent years has been a boon for Chevrolet, while significant improvements to mid-sized sedans and Chevy’s hybrid (the Volt), have resulted in increased sales. In addition, Chevy has undertaken a significant effort to produce fuel-economy, consumer friendly vehicles.
Like Ford, Chevrolet offers buyers every type of vehicle imaginable, for almost every price. Their product line is highlighted by Chevy’s line of trucks and SUVs, which have become increasingly popular in recent years. However, there’s stiff competition in today’s auto market and Chevrolet faces a bevy of opponents on all fronts. Chevy’s push to produce a line of re-designed vehicles has resulted in a quality of dependable and fuel-efficient vehicles highlighted by the newly redesigned Malibu, and the new Cruze, Sonic, and Spark.
Despite the competition, Chevy has managed to remain a viable American option in a competitive market. With prices ranging from the mid $12,000 to the mid $40,000 Chevy speaks to most automobile buyers on some level or another. In addition, Chevy offers two variations of the Corvette, topping out in price at just over $110,000.
With something for everyone, Chevy remains a solid, reliable auto manufacturer responsible for millions of automobiles since their inception. With a trustworthy line of cars, trucks, and SUVs available with a wide-variety of options and features, it’s easy to see why Chevy has remained in business for so long. The future looks bright as Chevrolet as they continue to offer affordable and reliable automobiles at the forefront of technology.