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Ron Westphal Chevrolet is having special event.

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Ron Westphal Chevrolet

Ron Westphal Chevrolet is having a special event.

Ron Westphal Chevrolet

Ron Westphal Chevrolet

Welcome!
You are cordially invited to our 3-Day Private Sales Event from Monday, December 10th – Wednesday, December 12th. Please bring this invitation voucher to confirm additional savings.

2 Ways to Lock in Your VIP Offer
1. RSVP to our hotline: (630) 898-9630
2. Bring this offer to Ron Westphal Chevrolet during event hours.

CHEVROLET

Join us on December 10th – December 12th for a celebration you won’t want to miss!

Thank you for your patronage and trust in Ron Westphal Chevrolet.

We would like to invite you to an exclusive VIP Event that we are hosting just for our longtime customers. Your vehicle is in high demand, and Ron Westphal Chevrolet would like to present you with the additional VIP trade-in offer of $500. Together with this offer, we are paying top dollar for quality pre-owned vehicles. There are huge year-end factory incentives and massive discounts on every new and used vehicle in stock. You could upgrade to a new vehicle for as little as $0 down and a monthly payment at, near or even below your current one.

Limited-Time Offer
This trade-in upgrade offer is valid only during the dates listed above. Appraisers will be on-site to perform a final
physical inspection of your vehicle trade-in value. It could be worth even more than you think.

NOTICE: This event is NOT being announced to the general public. THIS WILL BE YOUR ONLY NOTICE.

 

Ron Westphal Chevrolet

1425 W. Ogden Ave.
Aurora, IL 60503-9312
630-898-9630

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Ron Westphal Chevrolet

Sales hours:

Mon:

9:00 AM – 9:00 PM

Tues:

9:00 AM – 9:00 PM

Wed:

9:00 AM – 9:00 PM

Thurs:

9:00 AM – 9:00 PM

Fri:

9:00 AM – 9:00 PM

Sat:

9:00 AM – 6:00 PM

Sun:

CLOSED

Service hours:

Mon:

7:00 AM – 7:00 PM

Tues:

7:00 AM – 7:00 PM

Wed:

7:00 AM – 7:00 PM

Thurs:

7:00 AM – 7:00 PM

Fri:

7:00 AM – 7:00 PM

Sat:

8:00 AM – 4:00 PM

Sun:

CLOSED

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Electric Camaro

Electric Camaro?

Chevrolet Camaro Chief Engineer Now Working On EVs

Electric CamaroFrom muscle car to all-electric car.

For those who are concerned, perhaps rightly so, that future all-electric vehicles will not be fun to drive have reason to relax, at least regarding GM’s EVs. According to Car and Driver, Al Oppenheiser, chief engineer of the Chevrolet Camaro program for the past decade, has been reassigned to the automaker’s electric vehicle group. His replacement as Camaro chief engineer will be Mark Dickens, currently executive director of Performance Variants, Parts, Accessories, and Motorsport Engineering. Oppenheiser, the genius behind both the fifth and sixth generation Camaro programs, has rightly earned his place in Camaro history.

After all, he was also responsible for the Camaro Z/28 and ZL1. The Camaro community, outside of GM, has enormous respect for him as well. But why is Oppenheiser moving to a new department that, seemingly, is the exact opposite of what’s been doing so well for so long? Because GM wants to get electrification right. It realized it needs to have its very best working on current and future projects. GM spokesman Michael Albano told C/D that Oppenheiser will remain a chief engineer.

“We have launched the final variant of this generation of Camaro, so the time is right for him to make a change,” Albano said. But wait a minute? Does Oppenheiser’s new gig mean a Camaro EV is in the works? What about another all-electric sports car?

Electric Camaro pic

At this stage, GM refuses to go into specifics, though it has not “ruled out in the future that we (could) have performance cars that are electrified.” In fact, Oppenheiser will not work on any specific vehicle but rather a range of EVs with various body styles. Because of Oppenheiser’s well-deserved reputation and status with the Camaro program, GM expects more great things from him in his new gig.

“Now he’s moving to an area where we can’t afford not to deliver the right kind of vehicle to customers,” Albano added. Oppenheiser will begin work in his new job early next year.

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Corvette Snow Tires?

Corvette snow tires yellow porcheCorvette snow tires yellow porche tire pic

Can advances in traction aids and winter tires turn high-powered sports cars into year-round Snowbelt rides?

To those of us who endure Michigan winters, with their coatings of dirty slush and skies the color of raw aluminum, the harbingers of spring are keenly cataloged. In grade school, we were taught to be on the lookout for the return of that prodigal son of the avian world, the robin. To the frostbit and vitamin D deficient, the presence of the orange-breasted bird inspires hope that light and warmth will indeed return eventually.Corvette snow tires

Birds are nice and all. But, for us, the ultimate sign of spring is catching sight of the year’s first Corvette. Thirty years ago, nobody drove their Corvettes in the winter. Not in the upper Midwest, anyway. Nobody. No, winter was the season when you broke out the old Plymouth Volaré and mounted big gnarly snow tires on the rear (steering fidelity is a modern fascination).

But these days, well, most people still don’t drive their Corvettes in snowy-region winters. But some do. A few. We do. For more than a decade, technology has been chipping away at the reasons to hibernate your sports car. Anti-lock brakes begat traction control, which begat stability control, which made better use of available traction. Concurrently, development of non-knobby, non-studded winter tires (you’re not supposed to call them snow tires anymore, except that everyone in the Snowbelt still does) improved traction on snow and ice, increasing not just perform­ance, but comfort.
Corvette snow tires  yellow porche driving in winter snow

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GM Employee Pricing for Everyone

GM Employee Pricing for Everyone

GM Employee Pricing for Everyone

Ron Westphal Chevrolet is offering generous discounts on top of the GM Employees savings.  These 2 discounts added together create the lowest and best values of 2018.

GM Employee Pricing for Everyone

GM Employee pricing is being offered on all remaining 2018 models and 2019 Silverado 1500, Equinox, Colorado and Traverse models.

Call our Customer Care Team at 630-898-9630 for details.

 

Clogged cabin air filters can hinder performance

Clogged cabin air filters can hinder defroster performance on your vehicle. Stop in to our Chevy Certified Service center today for a great offer on a cabin/engine air filter. 

We have an extensive inventory of GM air filters and I bet we have yours in stock.  Call our service department now at 630-898-9630.