Duramax Turbo-Diesel Origins

The fuel efficient powerhouse Duramax Turbo-Diesel that makes Chevy trucks an industry leader is the legacy of Rudolf Diesel. Overshadowed by pioneers such as Henry Ford, Horace and John Dodge, Walter Chrysler, and David Buick, Diesel had a unique vision of the...

Corvette: An American Legend

Two American legends were given starring roles in a revolutionary type of television program that debuted on CBS on October 7, 1960 – the Chevrolet Corvette and Route 66. Before the program ended in 1964, American’s eagerly followed the adventures of Todd Stiles and Buz Murdock in 116 episodes of Route 66. But, surprisingly, only a few epsidoes were actually filmed at Route 66 locations. In fact, episode 23 entitled Go Read The River was filmed at Site Six and other locations in Lake Havasu City, Arizona.

As American as Apple Pie and Route 66

Founded by Louis Chevrolet and William Durant in 1911, Chevrolet has always been driven by a passion for excellence and customer satisfaction. And beginning with the 1917 Seried D powered by the first Chevrolet V8 engine, the company has been a global leader that pioneered technological advancements, new manufacturing methods, and the development of a styling department. 

Chevrolet: An American Icon

Here is a fun bit of trivia to ponder as you shop for a durable, stylish new Chevrolet Colorado or Silverado truck at Findlay Bullhead in Bullhead City, Arizona. Chevrolet is an American automotive icon. However, by stretching a point an argument could be made that it...