Resale Value Awards

2018 KBB Resale Value Awards Put Chevy Trucks At Top of the List

Resale Value Awards

Kelley Blue Book is one of the most well-respected organizations in the world when it comes to cars. The company has long provided reliable reviews for vehicles in addition to the industry standard in value. KBB’s Resale Value Awards rank and recognize vehicles based on how well they hold their resale value, and the 2018 awards put Chevrolet’s lineup of capable and reliable trucks at the top of the list.

Both the Chevrolet Silverado HD and the Chevrolet Tahoe won the 2018 Best Resale Value Awards in their respective categories – Full-Size Pickup Truck and Full-Size SUV/Crossover. Meanwhile, the 2018 Colorado and Silverado 1500 ranked highly on the KBB.com Top 10 Best Resale Value List.

In January, Chevrolet debuted the 2019 Chevrolet Silverado at the North American International Auto Show in Detroit, kicking off a brand-new generation for the reputable nameplate and celebrating 100 years of excellence in the auto industry.

All Chevrolet trucks are crafted with a century’s worth of engineering and design expertise. Durability is prioritized during the design process, which is why Chevy truck models are still crafted using fully boxed frames and high-strength steel. This commitment to reliability earned Chevrolet’s trucks top spots in the 2018 Kelley Blue Book Resale Value Awards.

To see the 2018 Chevrolet Tahoe and Silverado HD in person and take them for a test dive, visit the team here at H&H Chevy.

Top 5 Hikes

Top 5 Hikes in Pennsylvania’s Cumberland Valley

Top 5 Hikes

March is here, and that means spring is right around the corner. With things like spring break and warmer weather coming up fast, it’s never too late to start planning your first big outdoor excursion of the year using our list of the top 5 hikes in Pennsylvania’s Cumberland Valley. Make the most of the valley’s beautiful recreational opportunities outdoors this year.

 

Appalachian Trail

Perhaps one of the most well-known hiking trails in the world is the Appalachian Trail, and a segment is here in the Cumberland Valley.  Parts of it are good for beginners and have plenty of parking and several access points. Considering that the whole trail is about 2,200 miles long, do your homework before you set out on your hike.

 

Cumberland Valley Rail Trail

This is a very simple, flat 11-mile trail, which makes it excellent for biking if you’re not much of a hiker yourself. There are even horseback riding opportunities on this trail.

 

Flat Rock Trail on the Tuscarora Trail

Amateurs should not attempt this trail, which is rated “moderate to difficult.” However, its challenge rewards dedicated hikers with a gorgeous 180-degree view of Cumberland Valley.

 

Kings Gap Trail Network

Have hikers of varying skill level in your group? The Kings Gap Trail Network offers many scenic trails of different difficulties and lengths.

 

LeTort Spring Run & Nature Trail

This simple 2-mile trail surrounds the popular fly-fishing stream known as LeTort Spring Run, providing gorgeous scenery known throughout the area, which rounds out our list of top 5 hikes in the valley.

 

If you’re headed hiking and you’re looking for a capable vehicle to take you to the trail, consider stopping in at H&H Chevy.