The 2019 Chevrolet Blazer marks the return of a midsize crossover that left the market years ago. With a history dating back to 1969, the Chevrolet Blazer makes its way to the automaker’s lineup for the moniker’s 50th anniversary.
Comfort and Convenience
Capable of seating up to five passengers, the Chevrolet Blazer will feature premium comfort features, such as automatic climate control and a heated steering wheel. Sliding rear seats come standard on all models, allowing for easy access throughout the Blazer. Range-topping trim levels will include heated outboard second-row seats.
The Chevrolet Blazer is available with two powerful engine options. The 2.5-liter four-cylinder engine provides 193 hp and 188 lb-ft of torque. The available 3.6-liter V6 engine produces 305 hp and 269 lb-ft of torque. Both engines come mated to a nine-speed automatic transmission.
The all-new Chevrolet Blazer will be available with front- and all-wheel drive. Models equipped with the optional V6 engine offer a maximum towing capacity of 4,500 lbs.
The 2019 Chevrolet Blazer features a design that was clearly influenced by the Camaro sports car. A large grille, thin headlights, and tall hood make for an intimidating stare. All models feature HID headlamps and LED Daytime Running Lights. Dual exhaust outlets offer a sporty aesthetic. The top RS and Premier trims include standard 21-inch wheels.
We have a while to wait for the 2019 Chevrolet Blazer, so feel free to contact us at H&H Chevrolet to learn more about the crossovers we already have in stock.
The 2019 Chevrolet Silverado is here to show off its impressive power. While the Silverado has always offered ample power options, the added options this model year make the 2019 Silverado the best one yet.
This 2019 Silverado boasts eight different trim levels for every need, as well as six different engine and transmission combinations. Each different engine focuses on what you prioritize – efficiency, power, or both.
Its all-new setup starts with the advanced 2.7-liter Turbo engine. This new engine will be standard on both the Silverado LT and the new Silverado RST trims. It replaces the previous 4.3-liter V6 engine, and beats it out by producing 22 percent more torque as well as improved efficiency.
Another engine addition to the 2019 Silverado is the Duramax 3.0-liter turbo diesel engine, which pairs with a 10-speed automatic transmission for ultimate on-road performance. It also comes with engine stop/start technology to improve efficiency even further. It will be available in trucks in early 2019.
Updated engines include the 5.3-liter V8 and 6.2-liter V8 engines. The 5.3-liter engine delivers an impressive 355 horsepower and 383 lb.-ft. of torque while the 6.2-liter engine boasts 420 horsepower and 460 lb.-ft. of torque. Both have Dynamic Fuel Management, which makes them some of the most advanced V8 engines on the market.
To learn more about these engine options, as well as how to order a 2019 Chevrolet Silverado, come visit us at H&H Chevrolet.
Summer is officially in session and you know what that means – cookouts! When you’re not taking a road trip in your Chevy, head out to the backyard and whip up these delicious dishes.
Curried Pork & Orange Kabobs
If you want to do something a little different, these kabob sticks are unique and fun to eat. They check off the “meat” box with the pork, and add some yellow, red, and orange peppers into the mix for extra flavor.
This chicken is delicious and easy to grille. You pre-make the seasoning (which includes paprika, garlic powder, and ground mustard) and spread it over boiler chicken, then throw it on the grill until it’s done.
Corn with Cilantro-Lime Butter
This dish is perfect for the vegetarians at the barbecue – and it’s delicious for anyone! The butter is created with lime juice and fresh cilantro, then spread liberally over grilled corn-on-the-cob.
Meat and veggies all in one dish! Grilled asparagus is delicious on its own – but add a bacon wrap around it and it’s irresistible. This works by wrapping the bacon around the asparagus prior to grilling it, that way the bacon stays wrapped while it cooks.
Barbecued Beef Brisket
Brisket is a popular Southern dish, but it doesn’t mean it can’t be made in the north! This recipe yields about 2 pounds of beef brisket, and is slathered in brown sugar, ketchup, mustard, and horseradish for ultimate flavor.
If you need help finding the perfect ride for transporting these dishes to your next summer party, come see us at H&H Chevrolet.
While crossovers and SUVs are gaining popularity in America, Europe is still obsessed with compact cars. When you look at the benefits of small cars, they have good reason. If you can let go of a need for massive towing power and maximum space, these upsides to small cars might win you over.
If you want to save the most at the gas tank, a small car is the way to go. A 2018 Chevrolet Cruze can offer a whopping 52 mpg highway* with its available turbo-diesel engine. You won’t find that kind of mileage in a crossover or SUV.
Not only can a small car save you money at the gas tank, but it can save you money at the initial purchase as well. Small cars are often the most affordable of a manufacturer’s lineup, making them great choices for young drivers or any shopper on a budget.
Fun to Drive
With modern, peppy engines entering the compact car segment, and small, nimble designs, small cars are generally lots of fun to drive. They can take swift turns and fit into tight parking spaces with ease. If you’ve been used to driving an SUV or even a large car, you may be pleasantly surprised by the difference in feel.
If you want to learn more about what cars like the 2018 Chevy Cruze can do for you, contact us at H&H Chevrolet.
*EPA-estimated MPG highway for Cruze Diesel Sedan with 1.6L 4-cylinder Turbo-Diesel engine and manual transmission. EPA-estimated 47 MPG highway for Cruze Diesel Sedan with automatic transmission.
Nimble, versatile, stylish, available with a turbo-diesel engine—what could be better about the Chevrolet Cruze? Turns out our favorite manufacturer did it again. These recently announced updates promise that the 2019 Chevrolet Cruze will be beyond impressive.
New Design Details
2018’s Chevrolet Cruze has a sporty design with sweeping, aerodynamic lines and bold details on the front and rear ends of both Sedan and Hatchback models. The 2019 Chevrolet Cruze will take its premium feel to the next level with an updated grille design that will set a stunning first impression. It will also be offered with new wheel selections, and the Premium trim will come with LED taillight accenting.
New Standard Technology
Every trim of the 2019 Chevrolet Cruze will be equipped with a new version of the Chevrolet infotainment system, called Chevrolet Infotainment 3. The versatile system will connect passengers will a wide range of entertainment and tools for driving. It will come in a standard 7-inch color touchscreen and encourage drivers to keep their eyes on the road while still connecting them to navigation and music.
Updates to Specific Trims
The LT and Premium trims receive their own new standard amenities as well. Each one will be equipped with a remote engine starter as well as automatic climate control.
To learn more about the details of the 2019 Chevrolet Cruze, come talk to the team at H&H Chevrolet.
Chevy’s Road Trip Coming To You
Have you dreamed of seeing the entire country by car? Now’s your chance with Chevy’s road trip, designed in conjunction with data scientist Randy Olson. The trip takes you through all 48 contiguous United States (you’ll have to get to Alaska and Hawaii some other time) with an exciting stop in each state, including theme parks, national parks, and famous landmarks.
All Across America
The trip covers 13,389 miles of American roadways and would take roughly 214.56 hours—that’s nine days—of pure driving. But since you will probably want to stop to eat, sleep, and use the rest room (and fill up at the gas station and get some oil changes), the trip will likely take you much longer. In fact, with each of the 48 planned stops and your own detours to see family, friends, and travel destinations you’ve always dreamed of, you should probably plan for at least a month on the road.
Shared Memories With The Family
“Road trips are about creating shared memories and quality time with family and friends,” remarked Steve Majoros, director of marketing, Chevrolet Cars and Crossovers. “And when on the road, travelers can trust Chevrolet vehicles to help get them where they’re going reliably. Chevy is now the only brand to earn J.D. Power Dependability Awards for cars, trucks and SUVs three years in a row.”
Whether you plan to tackle all of Chevy’s road trip or just a portion near us in Pennsylvania, make sure to get your routine maintenance done first at H&H Chevrolet in Shippensburg, PA.
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.
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.
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.