Chevy Dealer Near Me

If you’re in the market for a new Chevy or used vehicle but have only gotten as far as typing in "Chevy dealer near me" into the search bar, look no further. Find your next new or used Chevy at Newton Chevrolet of Russellville. We pride ourselves on our first-rate customer service, and we’re ready to help you. With our wide selection of new and used models, we’re sure there’s something for everyone. Let us help you find that vehicle that ticks all the right boxes.

At Newton Chevy, we want our customers to drive away feeling confident in their decision because we know buying a new vehicle, whether for the first time or not, can be stressful. We understand it’s a big investment, so it’s our mission to make the car buying process as great as we can. Plus, when you buy a Chevy, you know you’re getting every penny's worth. Top-quality models at affordable prices are what we’re all about, and it doesn’t get much better than a Chevy. So whether you’re just thinking about it or ready to buy, come see what Newton Chevrolet of Russellville has to offer you.

A black 2022 Chevy Silverado 1500 Z71 Trail Boss parked in the mountains next to a river.

Why We Love Chevy

Chevy has been a brand for over 110 years and still going strong. The American car company shows no signs of slowing down, continuing to up its game with every redesign and every new introduction. There’s a reason Chevy has become a brand synonymous with quality, innovation, and hard work. Decade after decade, Chevy has proven itself as a top-quality brand, becoming the 4th largest automotive manufacturer in the world. An impressive feat considering the competition.

Starting from humble roots, Chevrolet was founded in the one and only Motor City - Detroit, in 1911. Its founders, the Swiss race car driver and engineer Louis Chevrolet, along with William Durant, the founder of GM, created the brand to stand for durability and value. People who bought a Chevy knew they were buying a dependable, long-lasting vehicle that wouldn’t quit when they needed it the most.

The company began with The Classic Six models that were not only affordable for middle-class buyers at the cost of around $2,150 but offered drivers something they wouldn’t normally be able to afford and often wasn’t readily available - electric headlamps. It wasn’t until 1914 that Chevy introduced their infamous bowtie-shaped logo, available only on touring models at the time, but it didn’t stay that way. With their rapid rise in popularity, Chevy began selling and producing more models while introducing new features and technology as the years passed.

A close up of the black Chevy bowtie with water droplets.

Soon they began to offer fuel injection, electric starters, safety glass, and anti-lock brakes. Maybe this wouldn’t be considered innovative, but considering many of the features at the time were only available on higher-end luxury models, and Chevy made them available to those who couldn't afford the extra expense, well, it was ground-breaking. This course of action helped set the standard for how new technology would be applied to vehicles even today.

Only a few years later, Chevy took the power up a notch from their well-known 4 and 6-cylinder engines and introduced their D-series, complete with a V8 engine in 1917, plus their first truck models in 1918. Both of which would seek to add to Chevy’s popularity and overall growing success story. Like most companies, the 1920s was a boom for Chevy. They opened up more plants in Michigan, Wisconsin, Ohio, and New York. They introduced more features like demountable rims and a self-starter to keep their vehicles competitive in the rapidly growing market. In 1929 they introduced the option for colored bodies, a nice change from the previous color choices of black, black, or black. These design moves, in combination with the company's forward-thinking leadership, proved to be a success, making Chevy by the mid-1920s the number one automaker in the world.

When the stock market and economy took a hit in the 1930s, Chevy continued to press on when many other companies folded, opening another two plants in Detroit and Indianapolis in 1931. There was also a marked change in leadership, and with the introduction of Chevy’s “greater value” slogan, things took on a fresh and new feeling despite the tough times. Another new introduction was that of Chevy’s Sport Sedan, which presented a newly designed body and the powerful valve-in-six, giving their sedan more power than ever before. Even as WWII blazed on, Chevy continued introducing new models and features to their vehicles, allowing them to stay ahead of the curve.

But by the 1950s, the war was over, and people were ready to have fun again, and Chevy wanted to help them. The company once again expanded their plants and their production to meet demands, all the while keeping their prices affordable to the everyday consumer. In 1955 the company introduced the small block V8 engine, which would revolutionize engines and is even still used in cars today. The engine helped make Chevy competitive in the field of motorsports. Today Chevy is known to be Nascar’s highest-ranking brand, winning more NHRA Pro Stock Manufacturers Cups than any other name out there.

Through the 1950s and 1960s, Chevy rolled out some sleeker, sportier cars that have since become icons. The classic Corvette to the much-loved Camaro became popular parts of the sport and muscle car scenes. Both cars have had no trouble maintaining their popularity in the field of affordable sports cars over the decades, becoming some of Chevy’s most recognizable faces.

Through the 1990s and 2000s, Chevy has stayed one of America's top-selling car brands, and that’s not something they take lightly. Constantly redesigning and improving their vehicles to remain competitive in the ever-changing global car market, Chevy embraces the new century and the changes to the automotive marketplace. They continue to push themselves, developing affordable vehicles in some of the most quickly growing markets like hybrids and electric vehicles.

Chevy shows no signs of slowing down; with their vehicles now available on a global scale in over 130 different countries, their popularity remains steady. They have become a brand not only known for affordable, dependable vehicles but also one that isn’t afraid to try something new, reach out to new markets, and adapt to the changes around them, cementing their reputation as one of the world’s most long-lasting iconic auto brands.

A light blue 2022 Chevy Bolt EV driving past a city cafe after leaving a Chevy dealer near you.

2022 Chevy Lineup

The 2022 Chevy lineup is more exciting than ever, with all the classics and then some. For the first time, Chevy has made the 2022 Trail Boss package available for their midsize Colorado LT and Z71 models, allowing drivers to get more use out of their trucks than ever before. The popular Silverado for 2022 has been fully redesigned and gives drivers more options to take their trucks from work to play without slowing down.

Their complete lineup of SUVs and crossovers are here to make your life easier. The Chevy Equinox has been fully refreshed with a new exterior facelift, all-new trim options, and great tech features. And if you need even more room, look no further than the 2022 Suburban, now with all-new technology to make your life easier than ever to stay connected on the go.

Chevy’s family continues to grow with its great lineup of EVs and hybrids, making it easier than ever to go green. The Bolt EUV and Bolt EV are there to take you farther. With an eye-catching design and user-friendly technology, drivers will find that the Bolt makes for a great affordable EV option. Chevy has also been teasing throughout 2022 the release of more EV options coming in the next few years, so that is something to look forward to.

Find Used Chevys Here As Well

At Newton Chevy, we have something to fit every price point. Whether you’re searching for the latest model from Chevy or a great used car, we want to help you find it. We have new, used, and Certified Pre-Owned vehicles, so you’re sure to find what you’re looking for. Whether you’re ready to start shopping or just want to look, take a look at our inventory right now, or just come down and see us in person. Either way, we want to help you find your next new or used car.

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