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March is Truck Month. You need a pickup truck that works as hard as you do. Like Silverado, with unsurpassed available V8 fuel economy of any full-size pickup. Or, look no further for a crossover that offers a third row that seats grown-ups comfortably in Traverse. Truck Month. It’s another reason to get behind the wheel of an award-winning Chevy truck or crossover.
Get 0% financing for 72 months on all 2012 Silverado models. If you trade in an eligible vehicle, get an additional $2,000 trade-in allowance
2012 Silverado HD (Diesel)
Get 0% financing for 72 months on all 2012 Silverado models. If you trade in an eligible vehicle, get an additional $2,750 trade-in allowance
2012 Silverado HD (Gas)
Get 0% financing for 72 months on all 2012 Silverado models. If you trade in an eligible vehicle, get an additional $1,000 trade-in allowance
Get 0% financing for 60 Months on 2012 Traverse.
Get $1,000 customer cash on 2012 Tahoe. If you trade in an eligible vehicle, get an additional $1,000 trade-in allowance for up to $2000 allowance
Get $1,000 customer cash on 2012 Suburban models. If you trade in an eligible vehicle, get an additional $1,000 trade-in allowance for up to $2000 allowance
Pine Belt Chevrolet in Eatontown has been servicing the needs of Monmouth and Ocean County Chevy residents for years now. We are conveintly located off Exit 105 of the Garden State Parkway. Feel free to browse our inventory online 24/7 @ www.PBChevy.com
DETROIT – Chevrolet today unveiled the 2013 Corvette 427 Convertible Collector Edition – the fastest, most capable convertible in Corvette’s history – as well as a 60th Anniversary Package that will be available on all 2013 Corvette models.
“The 2013 model year will be historic for Corvette, marking its 60th Anniversary and the final year for the current ‘C6’ generation,” said Chris Perry, vice president, Global Marketing and Strategy for Chevrolet. “We couldn’t think of a more fitting way to celebrate these milestones than bringing back one of the most-coveted combinations in the brand’s history – the Corvette convertible and a 427 cubic-inch engine.”
The 60th Anniversary Package and 427 Convertible will make their public debut at the Barrett Jackson collector car auction in Scottsdale, Ariz., on Jan 21, and will arrive at U.S. Chevrolet dealers early this summer.
Corvette 427 Convertible Collector Edition
The Corvette 427 Convertible blends elements of the Z06 and ZR1 models to create the fastest and most-capable convertible in Corvette’s history.
Its heart is the 427-cubic-inch (7.0L) LS7 engine from the Corvette Z06. Rated at 505 horsepower (377 kW) and 470 lb.-ft. of torque (637 Nm), it is the most powerful engine ever installed in a production Corvette convertible – and, like the Z06, the 427 Convertible is only available with a six-speed manual transmission.
The LS7 was co-developed with the Corvette Le Mans-winning GT1 engine and features lightweight titanium connecting rods and intake valves, as well as racing-inspired high-flow cylinder heads and a dry-sump oiling system. It is assembled by hand at GM’s Performance Build Center, where customers who purchase the 427 Convertible Collector Edition can purchase the Corvette Build Experience option and assemble the engine that will power their new car.
Corvette 60th Anniversary Package
All 2013 Corvette models, including the 427 Convertible, will be available with a 60th Anniversary Package, featuring an Arctic White exterior with a Blue Diamond leather-wrapped interior with suede accents. Convertible models will have a blue top.
Additional content includes a ZR1-style rear spoiler, special badging, gray-painted brake calipers and the “60th” logo on the wheel center caps, steering wheel and seat headrests. An optional graphics package adds full-length racing stripes in Pearl Silver Blue, including a tonal stripe stitched into the convertible top, extending the graphic theme over the roof.
For 2013, all Corvettes will feature 60th Anniversary badges on the fascias and the “waterfall” panel on convertible models, as well as 60th logos in the instrument panel gauge cluster and on the sill plates.
To see our complete inventory online, please visit www.PBChevy.com.
ATTENTION!! For a very limited time Pine Belt Chevy in Eatontown is offering PREFERRED Pricing on any Silverado, Traverse, Tahoe, & Suburban as well as a $500 Costco Gift Card with your purchase!! That’s correct!! You will never be able to buy a Chevrolet cheaper than RIGHT NOW!
Here is what you do…
Any Costco member please contact us direct @ 732-542-1000 to set up a VIP showing of any Silverado, Traverse, Tahoe, or Suburban.
Once you selected your vehicle of choice, you will be getting Bottom Line Preferred Pricing on this vehicle. No Negotiating, No Haggling, No Games or Gimmicks… Bottom Line Pricing.
And if you thought that was it… You will also be recieving a FIVE HUNDRED Dollar Costco Gift Card!!
Below you will find a number of Costco stores that we are associated with. Please give us a call any time direct @ 732-542-1000 for more information.
|Costco in Brick||465 Route 70||Phone:(732) 262-6300||Details|
|Costco in Bridgewater||325 Promenade Blvd.||Phone:(732) 584-1003||Details|
|Costco in Clifton||20 Bridewell Place||Phone:(973) 779-8715||Details|
|Costco in East Hanover||156 SR-10 West||Phone:(973) 602-2000||Details|
|Costco in Edison||2210 Route 27 North||Phone:(732) 491-2023||Details|
|Costco in Hackensack||80 South River Street||Phone:(201) 487-5471||Details|
|Costco in Hazlet||2835 Route 35 South||Phone:(732) 335-3800||Details|
|Costco in Mount Laurel||100 Centerton Road||Phone:(856) 359-3650||Details|
|Costco in Ocean||2361 Route 66||Phone:(732) 481-0023||Details|
|Costco in Stafford Township||245 Stafford Park Blvd||Phone:(609) 242-2011||Details|
|Costco in Union||1055 Hudson St||Phone:(908) 810-1458||Details|
|Costco in Wayne||77 Willowbrook Boulevard||Phone:(973) 812-8661||Details|
|Costco in Wharton||315 Route 15||Phone:(973) 659-2000||Details|
Pine Belt Chevrolet of Eatontown has been servicing the needs of Monmouth & Ocean county for years now. Located in the heart of NJ, directly off exit 105 of the Garden State Parkway, we are here to serve you in all your Chevrolet needs. We are located minutes from Long Branch and Ocean NJ. Feel free to browse our online inventory 24/7 @ www.PBChevy.com.
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by Jeff Sabatini, AutoBlog The Camaro usually compels us to forget about most things other than horsepower, quarter-mile times and smoky burnouts. As such, “safe” would have to be somewhere near the bottom of attributes that come to mind when we think … Continue reading
With the current economic recession, many budgets get tight, which means that many people are tempted to cut back on regular car maintenance. But that can lead to serious repair problems and even larger bills down the road. We’ve found that you can extend the life of your vehicle, get the most for your money on your next trade in, and save a lot of money on maintenance by following our 24 helpful tips:
1) Check the maintenance schedule in your owner’s manual to see what services are recommended and how often. Follow this carefully for as long as you own the car. There are usually different schedules for normal and severe driving conditions; the normal one should be sufficient for most drivers. Mark your calendar with estimated dates for services such as oil changes, tire rotations, and fluid flushes.
2) Change your oil every 3,000-5,000 miles, depending on your owner’s manual. You may need to also factor in how much and how often you drive.
3) Every other oil change you should have your tires rotated. Check your tire pressure often and between rotations by using a tire gauge. This will help with your gas mileage, especially with constant temperature changes in the Midwest!
4) At least once a month, check the levels of the car’s fluids, such as oil, coolant, and brake fluid. The owner’s manual usually has instructions that are quite specific and easy to follow. When you get your oil changed, have the dealership or service station also check each of your fluids to make sure everything is running properly.
5) Change automatic transmission fluid and filter after the first 5,000 miles and after every 25,000 miles or two years thereafter, or as recommended in your owner’s manual.
6) Don’t forget the filters! There are several filters (the main filters are oil, fuel, transmission, and air) that are important in preserving your car engine, and they should be changed according to the schedule in your owner’s manual or as follows:
- Change the oil filter at least at every other oil change.
- Check the air filter every two months and replace if needed.
- Change fuel filters once per year. A clogged fuel filter will cause poor engine performance.
7) Every 12 months, have the exhaust checked for any leaks or unusual noises.
8 ) Wash your engine at least every year or two. This will ensure that your engine will runner cooler and you’ll be able to perform other maintenance checks without the mess. Remember to protect sensitive engine components- including the air intake, distributor, and electrical parts, before cleaning.
9) To keep your car’s AC system fit for next spring, run it a few times throughout the winter. This will prevent moving parts in the compressor from stopping and circulating the refrigerant will keep the seals soft and pliant.
10) Check your battery regularly to extend its full life and avoid being stranded with a dead battery. Keep your battery clean , inspect for damages such as cracks or bulges, which are signs that the battery needs to be replaced.
11) Check underneath the car for any rust spots and if you find any of the areas treated immediately.
12) New noises are not normal. If you hear something odd when accelerating, braking, or turning, have it checked by a mechanic.
13) Did you know that when a tanker is filling the tanks at a gas station, the turbulence of the fuel being pumped in can stir up sediment? So, if you happen to need gas and drive by a station where the tanker is filling the tanks, move on to the next station because sediment in your gas can clog fuel filters and fuel injectors, causing poor performance and possibly necessitating repairs.
14) To keep the inside of your car clean, vacuum often. If after vacuuming floor interior carpeting, there are still some resistant stains, apply foam rug cleaner as directed by the maker. Work the foam into a few square feet at a time, using a wet sponge or brush. Vacuum again when dry.
15) Use floor mats to protect carpeting, especially in colder months. The best types of floor mats for eliminating salt, slush, and mud in winter months are rubber mats. These stay in place and don’t allow water to seep through. They are also each to clean. Shake, vacuum and wash as needed.
16) After a few years, wear and tear on leather may become apparent. The best thing to do is to use leather cleaner and apply a protecting sealant. Choose a protectant that includes conditioners to keep your leather supple.
17) If a garage is not an option, minimize interior damage and wearing from UV sunlight and heat by parking in the shade. If this isn’t an option, purchase and use a shade to help minimize the sun’s impact.
18) Did you know that having too many keys on your keychain can actually damage your ignition? The weight, combined with bouncing while you drive, can wear out the tumblers inside the ignition and eventually lead to ignition switch failure. So instead, purchase a lightweight key chain that allows you to separate your ignition key from the others and drive only with the ignition key in your ignition.
19) The sunlight can also damage the exterior by causing the paint to fade. Make sure to park in the shade or in a garage whenever possible. If this is not possible, think about investing in a cover for your vehicle if you park outside for longer periods of time. It will not only help against UV rays, but also with any minor bumps and bruises to your exterior.
20) Replace your wiper blades every 4-6 months to ensure that you have clear visibility with any weather conditions such as rain and snow.
21) Touch up any chips that are on your vehicle to prevent your vehicle from rusting.
22) Car wax preserves paint by slowing oxidation and forming a barrier against bird droppings, sap, and pollution. There’s still no beating paste wax for the hardest, longest-lasting finish. Look for paste with a high carnauba wax content. Apply a thin, even coat of wax to the car’s surfaces with a damp sponge. Avoid applying too much, or it will be difficult to remove and some residue will inevitably mar your finish. To avoid fine scratches, use a clean, soft cotton or microfiber cloth to remove wax once it has dried. Apply an extra coat of wax to the nose and hood. The wax film in these areas wears away quickly.
23) Avoid driving at high speeds or accelerating quickly, especially in very cold or hot weather. This could result in more frequent repairs.
24) Avoid holding the steering wheel in an extreme right or left angles for more than a few seconds when turning, as this may damage the power-steering pump.