Maximize the Value of your Chevy

February 7th, 2020 by

Buying a new Chevrolet SUV like the 2020 Chevrolet Tahoe is, in many ways, an investment. On the one hand, new autos depreciate in value over the course of their lives, but not all models are created equally in this regard. Frankly, customers in and around National City, CA want more than anything to maximize the value of their SUV at the end of their ownership because they want a great trade-in or private sale somewhere down the line.

Maximize the Value of your Chevy

So how does one go about taking the best care of their Chevy Tahoe to ensure it preserves its value over time? The following are a few tips:

Get your service done at the dealership. There is no better way to keep track of what has and has not been done on your model than to have it all completed at the dealership. This is especially helpful if you ultimately trade in the vehicle here at Kearny Mesa Chevrolet for an eventual upgrade. Also, we can stay on top of recalls, further ensuring your Chevy Tahoe stays up to snuff.
Don’t skip the small stuff. So many people talk themselves into avoiding some of those small expenses that occur throughout a vehicle ownership experience, but you shouldn’t put off oil changes and filter changes and tire rotations, as those are the kinds of services that will make sure your vehicle holds up better over time.
Keep it clean. Occasional car washes (inside and out) are a great way to make sure dirt and grime and crumbs and stains don’t slowly corrode your vehicle and lower its value. The cleaner you can keep it, the more it will be worth when you’re ready to sell it or trade it in.
Our Chevy service department can help you with much of this, but remember to keep in mind that you’re responsible for getting those appointments on the schedule. They could be the difference between a valuable used model and a worthless one!

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