New Silverado Midnight Edition Ready for Chicago Auto Show

While it may be cliché to say, we’re going to say it anyway: black is back. Actually, it’s not like black really went away, but now it’s back in a new way—in the form of the new Silverado Midnight Edition, which will make its public debut at the Chicago Auto Show. However, it was actually already on display at the National Automobile Dealers Association Convention & Expo in San Francisco, so you can check out some photos of its soft debut before it shows up in Chicago on February 14.

The truck starts as a black Silverado Z71 and adds all kinds of cool accents and features. It’s got black everything, from a black front grille all the way to black Chevrolet bowties on both the front and back. “The Midnight special edition, like our recently announced Custom Sport Silverado, lets our dealers offer a custom look right from the factory,” said Sandor Piszar, Silverado marketing director. “Customers can get a monochrome exterior, black alloy wheels and other uplevel touches, while maintaining all of the dependability Chevy trucks are famous for along with full factory warranty coverage.”

You can get the Silverado Midnight Edition as either a double-cap or crew-cab model. You’ll also get 18-inch wheels, Z71 badges on the doors, new lights, and even a spray-in bedliner. What more can you ask for from a great new special edition truck? There will be up to 5,000 of these special edition Silverado 1500s made this year, so come see us at Nehls Chevrolet to learn more.

Chevrolet Targets Small Businesses at 2014 Chicago Auto Show

The 2014 Chicago Auto Show witnessed the unveiling of the City Express from Chevrolet this week.
The 2015 Chevy City Express makes its entrance at the 2014 Chicago Auto Show.

The 2014 Chicago Auto Show welcomed Chevrolet yesterday as the automaker unveiled a smaller cargo van geared towards smaller businesses.

Chevy’s 2015 City Express guarantees consumers sufficient cargo room, strong fuel economy and fun driving for the long roads ahead.

Chevrolet teamed up with Nissan to use the car company’s NV200 to speed up the process of getting a smaller business van out on the market.

“We knew what we wanted to build, whether we built it ourselves or whether we sourced it from somebody else,” GM Director of Commercial Products Joyce Mattman said. “We looked at the van from Nissan, and we liked it a lot.”

Running on 131 horsepower, the van is powered by a 2.0 liter 4-cylinder engine and can haul 1,500 pounds.

No dollar amount has been set for the 2015 City Express, but it’s expected that the van will be in the same ballpark as the $23,000 Ford Transit and $21,000 Nissan NV200.

Come see Nehls Chevrolet today for all your car needs and longings!