It’s the age-old question: should I buy a new car or a used one? Both are viable options, and El Dorado Chevy has great vehicles in both categories. We’ll show you the short version of deciding to buy a new vs. used vehicle.
Lots of people choose to buy new cars because of the peace of mind that comes with them. New cars come with warranties that will protect your wallet in case of any unexpected problems. New cars will also have the latest in technology and safety features. If you value the security that comes with advanced driver assistance tools, or need to have a Wi-Fi hotspot in your vehicle for work, a new car can deliver. The downside of new cars, of course, is the higher price, but the cost is worth it to many.
The biggest benefit to buying a used car is the money that the shopper will save. Not only does one save on the initial price tag, but that lower price will also mean lower insurance, lower taxes, and lower registration. That used to be the only reason to buy used, but these days cars are made to last, so a used car can be just as reliable as a new one. Find a model that’s recent enough to have the features you want, and you’re looking at a great deal from El Dorado Chevy.
The Chevrolet Camaro ZL1 1LE is a monster on the track, but it pales in comparison to the latest creation to roll out of the production facility. The new Chevrolet Camaro race car is a proven monster with a literal track-ready design. The Camaro GT4.R is ready to take the track by storm thanks to a whole host of equipment that optimizes performance.
Chevrolet released the first photos of the real race car just a few weeks ago and there are few words that properly describe it. Astounding doesn’t quite do the car justice. Based on the 2017 Camaro ZL1 production muscle car, the race model packs a powerful engine and plenty of track-oriented features.
A new aero kit keeps all four tires on the ground while special Ohlins coil-overs and Brembo brakes do the heavy lifting. The 6.2-liter LT1 V8 engine comes mated to a six-speed transmission. Paddle shifters the transmission which also features adjustable traction control to avoid any accidental impacts with the wall.
The Chevrolet Camaro GT4.R saw some time in a wind tunnel to help improve aerodynamics. The end result was the addition of a new front splitter, diveplanes, and rear wing.
We at El Dorado Chevrolet are excited to see how well the new Chevrolet Camaro race car performs on the track!