Check out what 2020 Colorados are available for sale in Wilmington, Jacksonville, and Greenville NC here. The all-new Chevy Truck has so many new features and design elements aimed at making it not only better looking, but also more aerodynamic, efficient, functional, and bigger inside and out.
The 2020 Colorado comes in SIX different trim levels:
Chevrolet is doing it again, they are bringing back the Chevrolet Trailblazer, new and improved! The Trailblazer left the Chevy showroom in 2009 and the Traverse replaced it. No need to fear Traverse fans the Trailblazer won’t be a replacement Chevy is just adding another SUV to the lineup.
Rather then the truck-based mid-size SUV the new Trailblazer is a car-based small crossover. It will be a compact SUV between the Trax and Equinox starting at $20,000. The all new Trailblazer is bold, spacious, offers all the new technology and capability, plus multiple trim levels so your options are wide open to fit all of your styles.
The Trailblazer will be powered by either a 1.2 liter or 1.3 liter 3-cylinder engine, both being turbocharged. At 155 horseponies, 1.3 turbo AWD and equipped with 9-speed automatic, the RS trim level will be the most powerful of the trims. RS will come with a black roof.
For the off-road enthusiast Chevrolet offers the ACTIV trim. ACTIV has gravel-road tuned dampers and Hankook Sport Terrain all-season tires. It also includes revised lower fascia for improved ground clearance. ACTIV will come with a white roof.
The interior is everything you could wish for and more. The Trailblazer will have wireless Apple Car Play and Android Auto. 60/40 folding second row giving 54.4 cubic ft when the seats are folded down.
There only a limited number of Trailblazers that you can build today! Hurry over to Jeff Gordon Chevrolet and get to building!
Considering an upgrade when thinking about traveling for this Holiday season? Jeff Gordon Chevrolet has a solution for all of your needs! From hauling presents, casserole dishes, and the whole family– we’ve got a vehicle that has all bells and whistles from safety features to upgraded technology that you are looking for.
Keep reading below to learn about all the many vehicles that is ready to suit your needs.
Meet the all-new Chevy Blazer. The new standard in design with bold, sophisticated styling inside and out. With available 5-passenger seating and a towing capacity of up to 4,500lbs, this vehicle also offers cargo space of 30.5 cu. ft. and up to 64.2 cu.ft (when second row seats are folded down), and available power lift gate. Successfully haul your Christmas load with an EPA-estimated fuel economy 19/26 mpg.
When it comes to technology, Chevy has you covered. The latest Chevrolet infotainment comes standard with an 8-inch touch-screen display, alongside an available 4g LTE Wi-Fi Hotspot, and capabilities of Apple CarPlay, everything will be at your fingertips. The convenience of wireless charging for your devices is available in the RS and Premier models.
Safety and driver assistance now comes in a stylist package. Offering advanced safety technologies to help you detect potential hazards, helping give you the added confidence you deserve every time you get behind the wheel. The all-new Blazer comes available with Adaptive Cruise Control, Lane Keep Assist with Lane Departure Warning, Rear Cross Traffic Alert, Forward Collision Alert, and Enhanced Automatic Emergency Braking. When traveling up north or your early morning commute, you will find the heated steering wheel will make you forget about all of your problems. Your passengers will also enjoy the heated seats, and in the RS and Premier models, the rear seats are heated. The features and capabilities are endless.
If the Blazer has sparked your interest, come test drive one to see all the features in person. Schedule an appointment with one of our sales consultants today by calling (910)338-1697, or schedule online here.
2020 Chevy Trax
Say hello to the Chevy Trax, a compact SUV that is not only stylish, it is also versatile. Sporty and surprisingly spacious, the Trax will not only tackle all of your holiday errands, but will impress the whole family with your new ride. With seating for up to five and available AWD, this vehicle also offers cargo space of 48.4 cu.ft with the rear seat folded, and 18.7 cu. ft. with the rear seat up. Generously zip around town with an EPA-estimated fuel economy of 26/31 MPG.
The 2020 Trax offers the latest technology you need to keep in touch with your world just about wherever you go. The latest Chevrolet infotainment comes standard with an 8-inch touch-screen display, alongside an available 4g LTE Wi-Fi Hotspot, and capabilities of Apple CarPlay, everything will be at your fingertips.
The Trax offers available advanced safety technologies to help you stay safe and confident while you travel this holiday season. The Trax comes available with Forward Collision Alert, Lane Departure Warning, Rear Cross Traffic Alert, Forward Collision Alert, and Side Blind Zone Alert.
Right now is the perfect time to find your next vehicle, Jeff Gordon Chevrolet is running an amazing Black Friday special, with 20% off the MSRP on 2019 Chevy Trax and 15% off 2020 Chevy Trax. Schedule an appointment with one of our sales consultants today by calling (910)338-1697, or schedule online here.
The Chevy Equinox, a small SUV that is ready for anything. The Equinox is easy and fun to drive with active safety features that are ready for your next family trip. With seating for up to five and a towing capacity of up to 3,500lbs, this SUV also offers cargo space of 63.9 cu.ft with the rear seat folded, and 29.6 cu. ft. with the rear seat up and available power lift gate. Successfully haul your Christmas load with an EPA-estimated fuel economy of 26/31 MPG.
The 2020 Equinox offers intuitive technology that seamlessly integrates with your compatible devices, so you’re just a touch away. The latest Chevrolet infotainment comes standard with an 7-inch touch-screen display, alongside an available 4g LTE Wi-Fi Hotspot, and capabilities of Apple CarPlay, you and your family will be kept entertained and connected.
The Equinox comes equipped with a host of safety and driver assistance features that help you detect and prevent potential hazards before they happen. Also, now all Equinox models now include a standard Driver Confidence Package, which includes: Automatic Emergency Braking, Lane Keep Assist with Lane Departure Warning, Forward Collision Alert, Front Pedestrian Braking, Following Distance Indicator, and Intellibeam Headlamps.
Right now is the perfect time to find your next vehicle, Jeff Gordon Chevrolet is running an amazing Black Friday special, with 20% off the MSRP on 2019 Chevy Equinox and 15% off 2020 Chevy Equinox. Schedule an appointment with one of our sales consultants today by calling (910)338-1697, or schedule online here.
2020 Chevrolet Traverse
The Chevy Traverse, a mid-sized SUV that makes every drive worth the trip. The Traverse is spacious enough to accommodate a big family yet doesn’t compromise on style. With seating for up to 8 and a towing capacity of up to 5,000lbs, this SUV also offers cargo space of 23 cu. ft and up to 98.2 cu.ft and available power lift gate. Available all-wheel drive, effectively travel this holiday season with an EPA-estimated highway fuel economy of 27 MPG.
The 2020 Traverse offers technology and safety features for more confidence as you travel along. The latest Chevrolet infotainment comes standard with an 7-inch touch-screen display, 6 USB ports, alongside an available 4g LTE Wi-Fi Hotspot, and capabilities of Apple CarPlay, the things you love are just a tap away.
When it comes to your safety, Traverse goes above and beyond. This smart midsize SUV offers a wide range of active safety features that utilize cameras, sensors and radar to help you look out for potential dangers on the road. The Traverse comes standard with Rear Vision Camera, and available Forward Collision Alert, Available Front Pedestrian Braking, Available Automatic Emergency Braking, Available Lane Keep Assist with Lane Departure Warning, Available Rear Cross Traffic Alert, Available Lane Change Alert with Side Blind Zone Alert, and Available Rear Park Assist.
Right now is the perfect time to find your next vehicle, Jeff Gordon Chevrolet is running an amazing Black Friday special, with 20% off the MSRP on 2019 Chevy Traverse and 15% off 2020 Chevy Traverse. Schedule an appointment with one of our sales consultants today by calling (910)338-1697, or schedule online here.
Help the Foundation raise another $1 million and have a chance to own one of kind Camaro! Jeff Gordon is giving away his 2013 Chevrolet Camaro ZL1 Convertible which has the exact VIN on the number on the car Jeff drove to four NASCAR Cup Series championships. Can you guess the VIN? 24 of course!
There will be 10,000 tickets available for purchase at $100 each. By purchasing a ticket to win Jeff’s Camaro you are helping fund research in the race to end childhood cancer. Jeff founded Jeff Gordon Children’s Foundation in 1999. Every day is a race to find a cure for pediatric cancer.
We are very excited to celebrate the launch of the most anticipated Corvette ever, and we want you to join us! Wednesday, October 9th the 2020 C8 Corvette Tour will be at Jeff Gordon Chevrolet.
We will have the C8 Corvette that you will be able to see in person, take photos of and with and learn about all of the beauty with detailed display and C8 product specialist on- hand to answer all of your questions! There will be a DJ, drinks, and food!
What to expect:
A special C8 Corvette configurator to help you configure your very own C8 Corvette
Parts and Materials Display showing the engineering behind the C8 Corvette
C8 Accessories Display
C8 Trim Level Display
C8 Product Specialist on-hand to answer all of your questions!
Your first stop on the trip heading south on 95 should be South of Border. For over 50 years South of the Border has been a landmark of the southeast. Pedro the lovable grinning mustachioed caricature mascot stands 97 feet tall making him the largest freestanding sign east of the Mississippi, you can even drive through his legs! When driving on I95 you see Pedro talking to you from the signs for miles telling you you’re almost to South of the Border. Mexico Shop East and West have tons of souvenirs, everything you can think of. A summertime favorite, fireworks start at the South Carolina state line, Pedro’s Rocket City has a huge selection with all the favorites! Don’t forget about the best Mexican food in northern South Carolina at Sombrero Room Restaurant. There are other food choices if you do not want Mexican or a sit-down restaurant. Pedro’s Casateria offers food in short order making it quick and easy to get back on the road. There’s also Pedro’s Southern Fried Chicken which looks like an antebellum mansion with rocking chairs and a giant chick on the roof. Then there is Peddlers Steakhouse shaped like a Mexican hat very hard to miss. Before getting back in the car be sure to ride to the top of Sombrero Tower in the glass elevator. If you decide to stay at South of the Border there is RV campgrounds and 300 motel rooms spread of 135 acres which allows access to Pedro’s Pleasure Dome with indoor pool, steam room, jacuzzi, bar and wedding chapel.
Head to “The Track Too Tough to Tame” at Darlington Raceway. Even if there’s not a race going on when you visit you can still take a walk through the Darlington Raceway Stock Car Museum. Not only will you see the history of Darlington Raceway but also the entire sport. Whether you’re a long time race fan or new to the sport the Darlington Raceway Stock Car Museum and NMPA Hall of Fame offers a unique stroll through the history of NASCAR. Darlington Raceway gift shop, NMPA Hall of Fame and Darlington Raceway Stock Car Museum are open 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday-Friday. Be sure to stop by, who knows you may even spot some Jeff Gordon history!
Next on the stop is the Wood Bay State Park, get out and stretch your legs while enjoying some time in nature! Wood Bay offers one of the last remaining large Carolina Bay on the Mid-Atlantic Coastal Plain. The 1,590-acre park features a wide range of habitats such as marsh, sandhills. Oak-hickory forest and shrub bog. There is much wildlife to see and great for bird watching especially during migration seasons. The park can be explored by taking the nature trail which circles the mill pond or walks the length of the 1,150-foot boardwalk, where you can see the alligators in the cypress-tupelo swamp. If you want to make it a longer adventure the best way to see the park is by following the canoe trail which will take paddlers pas the Carolina Bays to the elliptical depressions.
Just a short drive down the road from Wood Bay State Park is the Congaree National Park. The Congaree National Park offers a wide range of biodiversity with the largest intact expanse of old growth bottomland hardwood forever remaining in the southeastern United States. There is so much to do at Congaree, with canoeing through the beautiful rivers, camping, fishing, hiking, nature watching, you’re sure to enjoy time with the family while taking a break.
Another great State Park is the Santee State Park sits along Lake Marion, and is known for its abundant population of large catfish. Other activities include hiking, biking, pontoon boat tours, kayaking, boating and a whole lot more! If you want to camp on the lake there is lakeside camping, if you prefer indoors there’s also 10 cabins that sit on the piers overlooking the lake.
In the small town of Bowman, SC with less than 1,000 residents is the UFO Welcome Center. Bowman resident Jody Pendarvis has been building the UFO Welcome Center for the past 25 years. Pendarvis graduated from Bowman High School in 1970 then he went on to serve in the Air Force from 1973 to 1984, where he gaining a military education working on computers. Following his service in the military, Pendarvis attended South Carolina State University where he earned a bachelor’s degree in computer science in 1990. Four years later he began working on the welcome center. The UFO Welcome Center consists of a 42-foot-wide flying saucer built out of wood, fiberglass, and plastic, in 2003 a smaller saucer about 20 feet in width was added on top of the original structure. There is everything that an alien might need if they are to visit, Pendarvis envisions himself as an ambassador for aliens. During the summers the top saucer is cooler than Pendarvis’ mobile home so he stays in the top saucer. There is a wooden container near the sentence that is painted blue saying “Tips” as the admission fee. There is a sign near the entrance that reads “Space People Only. Enter at Own Risk, Danger” then you walk in there is a book which asks you to write down your name and the planet that you come from. Bowman Mayor Marion Glenn would like to make the UFO Welcome Center more a true town welcome center, however, Pendarvis is indifferent about it, for now, it will remain Jody’s Welcome Center. When visiting the UFO Welcome Center like all places be sure to watch your step, stay safe, and take a lot of photos. Who knows you might be there to welcome the aliens.
The Carolina Heritage Outfitters just outside of Walterboro, SC is the perfect night getaway especially after being on the road. At the Carolina Heritage Outfitters, you can enjoy canoeing and if you plan to stay you will be able to stay in beautiful tree houses. The tree houses offer the perfect relaxation with the privacy which is only accessible by canoe, it is a beauty to take in the longest free-flowing blackwater river with sandy banks and a shallow sandy bottom perfect for swimming and picnicking. When the water is higher during the winter months you can paddle right into the forest of cypress trees.
Now we continue south to Georgia where our first stop is Savannah, a city with a lot of history and so much today is a coastal city separated from South Carolina by the Savannah River. Take a trip to Savannah Historic District with tours of the downtown and water tours you can see the history and beauty of Savannah. Or head over to City Market for fine dining, shopping, and fun entertainment while taking in the historic town.
Just 20 minutes outside of Savannah is Tybee Island is the perfect sandy getaway. Tybee Island is home to Georgia’s oldest and tallest lighthouse which you can take a tour of, you can also visit Fort Pulaski where the Union Army successfully tested a rifle canon in 1862 during the Civil War. If you want to get into nature and enjoy the water Tybee has boat rides where you can see the dolphins, kayaking, paddle boarding and all of the beach favorites!
Another stop along the Georgia coast is Cumberland Island. Cumberland Island is much different than Tybee Island. While Tybee Island is beautiful and there’s a lot to do it is made for the tourist. Whereas Cumberland Island is the largest and southernmost barrier island in Georgia. It offers over 17 miles of secluded white sandy beaches, wild horses and other island wildlife freely roaming throughout the ruins and along the beach. A beautiful scenic escape Cumberland Island has a lot to offer from history to nature. If you’re interested in riding the ferry it is recommended to book a reservation prior to arriving.
Now we have made it to Florida, there are a lot of stops to make in Florida along the coast, so get ready for a fun-filled journey as we venture down the beautiful coast of Florida!
St. Augustine lays the claim to being the oldest city in the U.S., being known for the Spanish colonial architecture and Atlantic Ocean beaches. The history is a must see when visiting St. Augustine. First, we will head to Castillo de San Marcos which symbolizes the clash between cultures. The St. Augustine Light Station is a site to see as it is still an active working lighthouse. Who doesn’t love treasure and pirates, right? Check out the St. Augustine Pirate & Treasure Museum to be transported back to the Golden Age of Piracy over 300 years to Port Royal, Jamaica. Cannot miss the beautiful white sandy beaches of St. Augustine to get to the beach cross over the Bridge of Lions. Bridge of Lions spans the Intracoastal Waterway, it connects downtown St. August to Anastasia Island across Matanzas Bay, it is a site to see for sure! Visit any of the beaches in St. Augustine you won’t be disappointed!
Now we have made it to the “World Center of Racing” Daytona International Speedway! Go to the place where Jeff Gordon 4 time NASCARCup Series Champion and NASCAR Hall of Famer won not one but three Daytona 500s! There are 3 types of tours that you can do of Daytona International Speedway. In addition to tours, fans can also access the new Motorsports Hall of Fame of America, which now house the DIS Ticket and Tours Building, as well as take part in NASCAR Racing Experience. The Motorsports Hall of Fame of America showcases and honors all fours of motorsports: Stock Cars, Sports Cars, Open-Wheel, Motorcycles, Drag Racing, Land Speed Records, Powerboating, and Aviation. In addition to Daytona International Speedway, Daytona Beach has much to offer! If you’re looking to get away from the crows check out Tomoka State Park. Tomoka State Park is a 2,000-acre State Park located along the Tomoka River, where your visitors can camp, hike, and boat. Of course, when visiting Daytona visitors must enjoy the World’s Most Famous Beach. There is so much to enjoy in Daytona.
Ponce Inlet is a beautiful beachy town in Volusia County, Florida, located on the southern tip of a beach peninsula just south of Daytona Beach. The Ponce de Leon Inlet Light is the tallest lighthouse in the state, beautiful stop for sure! Smyrna Dunes Park is a vast public park where pets are allowed on the leash and fun for the whole family! Go-Kart City is a fun-filled day for the whole family with a lengthy go-kart track, 7-stall batting cages, and a colorful, fun 18-hole putt-putt course because who doesn’t love putt-putt, right? Ponce Inlet has much to offer and is just a short drive from Daytona!
Along the coast, there are many stops in Florida that visitors can stop and not be disappointed in. Now we continue south because our trip must come to an end to Homestead Florida.
Just south of Miami Homestead has much to offer. Of course, a Jeff Gordon or NASCAR fan must stop by Homestead-Miami Speedway. Another stop is Coral Castle created and structured by Latvian-American eccentric Edward Leedskalnin, who single-handedly and secretly carver over 1,100 tons of coral rock. Everglades Alligator Farm the farm features snakes, alligators, caimans, and crocodiles plus airboat tours. Another fun place to see wildlife is the Monkey Jungle it is a 30-acre wildlife park in 1933 for the exhibition and study of endangered monkeys in their semi-natural habitats.
There you have it you have made it! You have seen I-95-South in its entirety!