Buying a car from a pre owned car dealer is easier than ever. Now you can browse their entire inventory of pre owned cars online, send a request via email for more information about specific vehicles, calculate financing options online with the online calculator and email or call to set up a test drive. Some of the most popular cars at used car dealerships are Subarus and Chevys.
Here are the reasons why.
The world loves a Chevy
And the numbers prove it. Someone in the world, somewhere, buys a Chevy every 6.5 seconds. So it’s not surprising that in the year 2011 alone, 4.76 million Chevrolet cars and trucks were sold. Chevys can be found around the world, on the roads in two-thirds of the countries. Someone has calculated that if you lined up all the Chevys sold since 2010 bumper to bumper, the line would be 51% or half of the earth’s circumference. Owners of Chevrolet vehicles also have a wide selection of car parts and accessories such as a Chevy Corvette exhaust system in case they need to replace them.
Since they began making cars in 1912, Chevrolet has produced more than 200 million cars and trucks. Chevys have been immortalized in pop culture and the brand is mentioned in more than a thousand songs. Stars like Jay Z, Kid Rock, and Mariah Carey have all written Chevrolet into their hit songs.
Subarus are practical and fun
Like Chevys, Subarus are among the Japanese cars that have developed a devoted following. Subaru is the 26th largest producer of automobiles worldwide, when ranked by number of cars produced. It is the auto producing division of Fuji Heavy Industries (FHI), a Japanese transportation conglomerate.
The Subaru logo with its cluster of stars is inspired by the Pleiades star cluster. Subaru is the Japanese name for the Pleiades, and its literal translation is “unite”, which refers to the companies that came together to form the FHI conglomerate.
Subaru has had a presence in the U.S. since 1968, when Subaru of America was opened in Philadelphia. Subarus are practical and fun cars, and are designed to appeal to environmentally conscious buyers. In fact the first auto assembly plant to reach zero landfill status was the Subaru plant in Lafayette, Indiana.
Whether you decide to go with a Subaru or a Chevy, your local car dealers will have online listings of cars for sale. Many pre owned car dealers also sell certified pre owned vehicles. So you can buy a car from a pre owned car dealer with the confidence that you will be getting a good deal.