This March, Chevrolet cars proudly brought home a handful of awards for “best value” from Vincentric, including four truck categories and even the “Electric/Plug-in Hybrid Car” spot. This is the second year the Chevy Volt won that particular award, which is “2 for 2” as the Volt has only been in production for two years.
Chevrolet trucks won “best value” in the following categories:
- “Truck Brand” – this category won by the entire Chevy truck line
- “SUV/Large” – Chevy Tahoe
- “Full Size Pickup, Heavy Duty 3/4 Ton” – Chevy Silverado 2500
- Full Size Pickup, Heavy Duty 1 Ton” – Silverado 3500
Vincentric has been bestowing awards of value for 8 years now, based on the following factors:
- Fees & taxes
- Opportunity cost
The award gets special backing from Edmunds, who gave the Silverado some awards of its own:
Whether it’s from 9 to 5 or 5 to 9, Silverado keeps you ready. Edmunds.com took notice, declaring Silverado 1500 as a Lowest Cost to Own® Large Light Duty Truck and Silverado 2500 as a Lowest Cost to Own® Heavy Duty Truck for February 2012.
The 5 awards bestowed to Chevrolet and its models are a result of their lower-than-expected ownership costs given their market segment and price. The only way to find even better values on these award-winning Chevrolet cars and trucks would be if you were in the areas of Santa Ana, Long Beach, Anaheim and Los Angeles – Mountain View Chevrolet in Upland has special deals on Chevy’s best, and you can get pre-approved online in seconds. To see these award-winning Chevys for yourself, check out our new inventory to see this year’s blue ribbon winners; but don’t forget that Chevy’s been winning for years, and there’s just as much value to be found in these pre-owned car and truck prices you won’t find anywhere else!