Why a Preowned Chevy Silverado from Keim Chevrolet is the Wise Way to Buy

Chevrolet is a name synonymous with quality, reliability, and capability. Part of that reliability is the fact that many Silverado trucks from over five, ten, or even fifteen years ago are still on America's highway - and they're still performing just as well as they did when they rolled off the assembly line. Keim Chevrolet in Paradise, PA is here for you. Continue reading to learn more.

Buying a used car or truck is not what it used to be. Used cars once carried a bad reputation - those who bought a used vehicle almost expected to have trouble. However, today's used buyer has access to preowned cars verified healthy and ready to work. This is because preowned lots are changing the way they do business. Today's preowned lot offers vehicles that have undergone rigorous inspections throughout the interior, the power train, and the car's exterior. The goal of the preowned lot owner is to make sure that customers get a car that runs properly. Some preowned dealers offer a power train warranty; others will offer a twelve-month warranty that assures the customer he or she is getting a healthy vehicle. Furthermore, preowned dealers are also offering Carfax reports that detail the service history of the preowned vehicle.

Today, used car buyers can purchase with confidence.

Now, when purchasing a used Chevy Silverado, you can buy with confidence for many reasons. The preowned Silverado will have undergone the inspection mentioned above, and you'll have access to Carfax information as well. In addition, the Silverado is known for its ability to perform well for years after initial production. You'll get a good vehicle at significant savings when you choose a preowned Silverado.

Keep in mind that the Silverado is known for its years of dependability. The Silverado is reputed to perform ten or more years into service as the truck did on the day it was rolled off the production line.

What type of Silverado can one expect to find on a preowned lot?

There are many trims and configurations of the Silverado. The base trim model is known as the WT or Work Truck, which offers everything you'll need to get tough jobs done. Other trims include the Custom, which is considered a "work truck" trim, but you'll get a few nice added extras not present on the Work Truck trim. Some of the higher-end trim levels include the High Country and Trail Boss, which offer almost any luxury feature you can imagine, from heated and cooled leather seats to a sunroof to exterior badges and eye-catching chrome.

The Silverado may be configured in many ways. The cab is typically a regular cab, an extended cab, or a four-door cab. This cab configuration is typically paired with a regular length bed, a short length bed, or a long bed.

How powerful is the Silverado 1500?

Depending upon your needs for the truck, there is an engine and transmission combination that will fit your needs. Those who wish for a litter more performance should look for the Z71 package on the Silverado's truck bed. This indicates that the truck has had upgrades to the suspension as well as four-wheel drive capability.

If you need an engine for towing power, look no further than the powerful diesel in the Silverado. The low horsepower and high torque of the diesel will ensure you can tow a great deal of cargo.

Visit Keim Chevrolet Today!

No matter what jobs you intend to do with your Silverado, our lot in Paradise, PA offers great trucks at significant savings. See us today for a test drive and an update on the latest inventory!

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