Chevy Silverado Recognized For Easy Care
The well-equipped Chevrolet Silverado has earned legions of fans for decades. With a responsive powertrain, impressive capability, and trustworthy reliability, the Chevy Silverado is a truck for the ages. Not that it needs more praise, the Silverado also excels at being easy to maintain and repair, according to U.S. News & World Report.
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No matter how awesome it is, maintenance checks and repairs escape no vehicle. If your ride is easy to maintain and repair, you save money and time at the service department in the long run.
One of the reasons the Silverado earned a spot on the pub’s list of the 10 Easy Cars to Maintain and Repair is due to the Silverado’s longevity.
“The models aren’t fully redesigned as often as many vehicles, so there tends to be plenty of repair parts available, along with a strong knowledge base about each generation of the trucks,” writes U.S. News & World Report writers John M. Vincent and James MacPherson.
With no shortage of Chevrolet Silverado models on the road, there is a large pool of mechanics who are well versed in how Silverado models work.
The roominess of the engine compartments makes maintenance checks and repairs simpler, too. And, thanks to the less complex inner workings of older Silverado models, drivers with a do-it-yourself spirit and automotive knowledge could tackle some repairs and maintenance checks at home.
The Silverado’s easy-to-repair DNA can be found in the Chevrolet Suburban and Chevrolet Tahoe, add Vincent and MacPherson. These full-size SUVs, which are ideal for large families on the go and for drivers who demand comfort and capability from their vehicles, have similar powertrains under the hood as the Silverado.
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The Chevy Silverado delivers the capability and power you need for work as well as an easy-to-handle maintenance and repair reputation.
DeAnn Owens is a Dayton transplant by way of the Windy City, yet considers herself to be a California girl at heart even though she’s only visited there once. To get through the dreaded allergy season unique to the Miami Valley, she reads, writes, complains about the weather, and enjoys spending time with her husband, two sons, and their newest addition, a Boston terrier puppy that is now in charge of all their lives. In the future, she hopes to write a novel and travel through time. See more articles by DeAnn.