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Let Chevy Handle Your Springtime Vehicle Service Needs

Let Chevy Handle Your Springtime Vehicle Service Needs

Did you Know That April is National Car Care Month?

The season of joyrides, tailgating, and road trips is just about here! The days are getting longer, and the weekend weather means less screen time and more free time.

As we start shedding our own layers of sweaters and jackets, isn’t it only fair that we help our Chevrolets shed the layers of salt and grime built up after months of driving through the snow and sleet from one adventure to the next?

Central New Yorkers know that each season calls for necessary maintenance and repairs for home and lawn – and it’s exactly the same for your Chevy! From checking your tire pressure and making sure your windshield wipers are doing their job, letting the little things slide now could mean bigger problems down the road.

Forgetting to keep your car’s maintenance up-to-date also means you’ll have a tougher time passing inspection. The Car Care Council says that 7 in 10 cars will fail at least one component of inspection due to lack of proper upkeep!

But we know you don’t have time to fail inspection – you have warmer places to be and fun people to see when you get there. That’s why Chevy makes a wide range of service offers available to you, starting from the moment you purchase your vehicle. 

New Chevy Vehicle Owners

You might already know that any new Chevrolet comes with one factory-included maintenance visit, which includes an oil change, tire rotation, and Multi-Point Vehicle Inspection, to be used within your first year of owning the vehicle. But did you know that if you purchased a 2019 Chevy or newer, you can get more bang for your buck by purchasing the Extended Factory Maintenance?

It’s true! With this plan, you gain access to three additional visits, which you can schedule at any time within the first two years of purchase.

New, Used and Leased Chevy Vehicle Owners

Driving a Chevy means you have the ability to access a slew of vehicle service benefits that come in handy at any time, no matter what adventure you’re on:

  • Pre-paid maintenance, which covers you for any scheduled oil and filter changes, as well as tire rotations.

  • Tire and wheel protection means that you’ll be taken care of if you run into a problem on the road, whether you need a repair or a replacement. This also includes 24-hour Emergency Roadside Assistance.

  • The Appearance Guard Plan helps keep your Chevrolet looking as good as new.

Leased Chevy Vehicles

So you’re driving your leased Chevy up to the Adirondacks this summer. Maybe you’re headed to the beach for some well-deserved R&R. But what about the terms of your lease?

Our XS Wear Lease Protection plan is here when you hit a problem that might be considered bigger than normal wear and tear, which might include:

  • Dents, scratches, and chipped paint

  • Interior stains

  • Chipped glass

  • Tires and wheels

  • Missing parts, Owner’s Manual, or keys—if charges are less than $150 per item

  • Excess mileage charges up to $400

Celebrate National Car Care Month with Chevrolet

This spring, Chevrolet has a whole slate of service offers, on top of everything we listed above, for you to make sure your vehicle is in tip-top shape. We know that you drive a Chevy for a reason, so when it comes time for it to be serviced, only the best will do. With the specialized tools and expertise of each and every one of our Chevrolet Certified Service Experts, we’ll get you back on the road safely in no time.

Worrying about your tires? With our Spring Tire Sales Event, there’s no need. When you purchase Bridgestone, Continental, Goodyear, Hankook, or Pirelli tires with a GM Rewards Card, and have us install them, you’ll receive a $200 rebate! Don’t have a GM Rewards Card? No problem – you’ll still get a $100 rebate with any other form of payment.

And let’s not forget the rest! Right now, we’re offering can’t-miss rebates when you schedule an appointment to replace tires, shocks, struts, brake pads, and brake rotors. Check out the full details here to find the right deal for you and your Chevy.

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