Chevrolet is a full-line automaker that features vehicles ranging from city-sized hatchbacks to massive heavy-duty trucks, and many of these impressive choices are currently available as pre-owned models here at Prestige Motors. In fact, with two locations — Yakima and Pasco — our extensive inventory offers great choices for almost any lifestyle or budget. And you can check them out right now either online or in person for your complete convenience.
Sure, a brand-new Chevy can be an incredibly satisfying ride, but so can a pre-owned model that delivers all the same benefits for a lower price. That’s due to depreciation, which will reduce the value of almost any used car by 20% to 30% in just its first year out of a dealership. Each year means more depreciation, too, and that’s like seeing discounts on top of discounts. Further, since a pre-owned Chevrolet is likely to cost less to buy, insurance coverage will probably be lower as well. You can also shop with increased confidence nowadays knowing that it’s so easy to check out vehicle history reports with key info about past owners, service records, past accidents, and more. The integrity and honesty of our Prestige Motors staff can then take that peace of mind to the next level.
Don’t be fooled by Chevrolet’s mainstream reputation. The brand actually offers many of the same amazingly advanced technology as the full-fledged luxury automakers. Those features just come with mainstream pricing that is usually even lower for used Chevy cars, trucks, and SUVs. (Note: Exact features vary by model.)
At Prestige Motors, we’re happy to present pre-owned Chevrolet models that can meet your needs for efficiency, performance, style, and technology. But we know that all those choices can make it hard to narrow things down to just one vehicle. With that in mind, here’s a brief rundown of some of the most popular used Chevy cars and trucks you’re likely to find on our lots.
Although named for Swiss-American racer Louis Chevrolet, the Chevrolet brand was really brought to life by William C. Durant, who had earlier founded — and been fired from — General Motors. In the end, it took Durant only five years after founding Chevy in 1911 to see enough success to take over GM again, this time with the Bowtie brand in tow. As for the Bowtie itself, that was present right from the start, showing up on the 1913 Series C Classic Six that was the brand’s very first car. A little more than 20 years later, the Chevrolet Suburban Carryall became the country’s first SUV, and more iconic vehicles kept coming, including the Chevrolet Bel Air, Monte Carlo, El Camino, and Tahoe. Today’s pre-owned Chevy models await at Prestige Motors.