If you are going to survive a Rocky Mountain River and still want to be active on the slopes every day, you’re going to need a powerful truck or SUV. Lucky for you, we’ve got plenty at Mountain Chevrolet.
Browse these trucks and SUVs that beat the Rockies
The Chevrolet Silverado lineup (including the 1500 and the Heavy Duty 2500 and 3500 models) is full of best-in-class distinctions that will help you power through the tough terrain, like best-in-class horsepower ratings, best-in-class torque ratings, best-in-class towing ratings and even best-in-class efficiency ratings—because preserving the Rocky Mountain environment is important.
If you want something a little smaller, opt instead for the Chevrolet Colorado, named for our great state, which offers America’s best pickup fuel economy at 30 mpg.*
If SUVs are more your style, you’ll want the Suburban or the Traverse for their cargo capacity: The Suburban offers up 121.7 cubic feet of space for your gear while the slightly smaller Traverse provides an impressive 98.2 cubic feet. Even the smallest SUV, the Chevy Trax, is available with all-wheel drive for Rocky Mountain winters, and the Tahoe offers best-in-class fuel economy at 23 miles per gallon on the highway.*
Test drive any of these Chevy trucks and SUVs at Mountain Chevrolet.
Per the motto of House Stark, winter is coming. While winterizing any vehicle is important and includes the basics like testing your battery, topping off your fluids, and checking your heater, trucks need some special attention, especially if you plan to take them out for some joyrides in the snow. Make sure your Silverado or Colorado is ready for a Rocky Mountain winter with these helpful tips to prepare your truck for winter.
It’s All About the Lube
If you want your truck to truly enjoy the longevity it was built to have, you’re going to need to spend some time lubing it up ahead of winter. Lube all the locks and door hinges, as well as the tailgate latch and spare tire mechanism.
Don’t Forget the Wax
Your truck can handle the extreme road conditions of the Rocky Mountain winter, so it’s likely you’ll leave your car in the garage in favor of your truck. With potentially increased use this winter, you’ll want to give your truck a good coat of wax on the paint and bright surfaces.
Take Care of Your Weather Stripping
Snow and freezing rain can “glue” your weather stripping together, which could make it difficult to get in your truck doors. Use a silicon product to treat the stripping.
Have more questions about winterizing your truck? Visit Mountain Chevy for winter service on your truck.
The Chevrolet Bolt EV features an extensive electric-only range that makes it the perfect vehicle for a fall trip. This makes it ideal for those who want to preserve nature’s beauty for future generations, but its clever design and surprising spaciousness makes it every bit as ideal for those who want to experience nature in the now. The Chevrolet Bolt is a great choice for your next trip into the wilderness; here are a few popular spots, recommended by the team at Mountain Chevrolet, that are well worth checking out in your new Bolt.
Iron Mountain Hot Springs
There’s nothing quite like paying a visit to Iron Mountain Hot Springs to put your mind and body at ease. Soaking in the hot springs relieves muscle tension and helps people do something that doesn’t come quite so easy with day-to-day stresses: relax.
Sixteen soaking pools range from 98 degrees to 108 degrees Fahrenheit. The quiet surroundings and scenic view make the trip all the more worthwhile, allowing you to forget about the concrete jungle if only for a moment.
Glenwood Caverns Adventure Park
Thrill-seekers and fun-lovers will enjoy a visit to Glenwood Caverns Adventure Park. Roller coasters, a canyon swing, and zip rides offer a thrilling adventure and scenic views in one fell swoop.
After you’ve had your fun, continue your adventure with a tour of Glenwood Caverns. Featuring thousands of rock formations and the famous King’s Row, a trip through the caverns is time well spent.
Taking an inexpensive trip to Bear Lake is made worth it with scenic views few places on Earth can top. From calm waters to luscious landscapes to snow-topped mountains, Bear Lake is an all-in-one setting that will take your breath away.
When shopping for a truck, you’ll have to decide early in the process whether you’d prefer a new or used vehicle. There are definite pros and cons to both choices, one reason we at Mountain Chevrolet have provided a comparison between the two options.
Benefits Of Buying New
Deciding between new vs. used trucks is no simple matter. According to US News & World Report, one of the major pros to buying new is that you know your truck has little to no wear, which means it will likely have a longer life than a used car. New trucks also come with the absolute latest safety equipment and entertainment technologies—like smartphone connectivity and Chevy MyLink®—and some special trims, like the Colorado ZR2, may only be offered for the newest model year.
Benefits Of Buying Used
What are the pros of buying a used truck? Used trucks cost less, but they also depreciate at a slower rate. Some new trucks lose a significant portion of value in the first few years—usually due to a dip in demand—which means used cars are sometimes better investments in the long run. Plus, for truck owners who simply want a work vehicle, buying a used Silverado, among other trucks, is usually more practical. Not to mention, a certified pre-owned (CPO) truck is tested as being reliable and is likely to come with low miles and fairly new technologies.
Regardless of your decision, so long as you choose a Chevrolet truck, you’re bound to drive away with a great vehicle. Call or visit Mountain Chevrolet today to learn more about the pros and cons of buying new and used and see all of the great trucks we have in stock.