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The end of 2011 is near and the new year is just around the corner. Courtesy Chevrolet would like to wish all of our clients, families and friends a Happy New Year!

Driving safely and arriving safely at your holiday destination is our top priority for all of our Chevy friends. Stop in the Felix Chevrolet service department for a complete Chevrolet vehicle check if your plans include long distances traveled this New Year. Our  service department is made up of skilled and experienced technicians. Schedule your next service appointment today on our website. We have your best interest in mind and want to help you to focus on safety this holiday and winter season.

Thanks again to all of our clients for your continued support and business throughout the year. We appreciate your friendship, business and loyalty to Felix Chevrolet. And we anticipate a wonderful 2012 with more Chevrolet specials, events and new Chevy models. From all of your friends at Felix Chevrolet, have a safe and happy new year!

Minor Service Special for only:


  • Engine oil & Filter change
  • Tire rotation
  • 27 point inspection
  • Complimentary car wash

Every December Santa embarks,
On a reindeer-guided journey around the globe in the dark.
He delivers toys in his trusty red sleigh
From house to house before the light of Christmas day.
But what if there were no sleigh in which to arrive,
He'd jump in a car but which would he drive?

He'd need a vehicle with all the right gear
What would be on Santa's wish list this year?
To determine which will take Santa beyond the stars.

All-wheel drive to conquer terrain with glee,
Like on the Tahoe, with a lot of capability

A vehicle with power and lots of "go,"
Can be found in the Camaro

A vehicle with room for hauling elves with grace,
Like the Chevy Traverse with Stow n' Go and cargo space

With an in-dash navigation system to guide his way
The Equinox directs without delay

To deliver boats and ponies Santa will need to tow
Behind Chevy's Silverado, Ho Ho Ho!

To land on rooftops without a tip or roll
Maybe a Cruze with great control

One with heated seats keeping Santa toasty and warm
Like the Chevy Avalanche cruising through every storm

But only one vehicle in all the land
Will make this Christmas fine and grand

To keep Santa singing while flying alone,
The Prius's satellite radio offers carols in every time zone

With trimmings in leather and hardwoods throughout,
Santa rides in style without a doubt

But what color would he want as the winds whip to the right?
It's not hard to pick when it comes in Summit White.

Chevy's giving more during the Calendar Year-End Event, and Nick is leading the charge. Click here to view what Felix is giving more of this season.

Chevrolet will be battling the greenhouse gasses with more than just its innovative cars. The company announced it will invest $40 million in 16 different project countrywide that will prevent around 4.6 million metric tons of CO2 from entering the atmosphere. According to Chevy, "the total carbon-reduction goal for all these projects is estimated to equal the 2011 emissions created from driving the 1.9 million vehicles Chevrolet expects to sell in the United States between Nov. 18, 2010 and Dec. 31, 2011."

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The Chevy Volt and 2013 Malibu have been given the highest safety awards, both receiving 5 Stars. Similar to the U.S. rankings, the European ratings provide valuable information for potential buyers. “The results confirm that both vehicles meet today’s highest safety standards,” said Wayne Brannon, president and managing director of Chevrolet Europe. The Volt is the only EV to receive a 5 Star safety rating in Europe.

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Chevy's Giving More

2012 Traverse LS
low mileage lease examples for qualified lessees.

$0 Security Deposit
$0 First Month's Payment
$0 Down Payment
$0 Due At Signing

$299 per month for 39 mos.

A Cars.com writer took the Chevy Volt round trip from the website's headquarters in Chicago to Detroit. The total mileage for the trip was 692 miles and the car performed great through stormy weather the whole way. The Volt got 39.3 mpg on the trip and gas was a total cost of $52.79. The electricity only cost about $1.21. The Volt starting retail is at $40,280, and is eligible for a $7,500 tax credit.

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