Amber Buys A New Chevy Sonic at Ron Westphal Chevrolet in Aurora, IL video. CONGRATULATIONS AMBER!
OVER 20% OFF MSRP ON NEW SONIC, SPARK AND IMPALA MODELS ENDS JAN 3RD, 2017.
The deals are so good we’re buying them ourselves!
Ron Westphal Chevrolet employee Amber talks about her favorite feature (remote vehicle start) on her brand new 2017 Chevrolet Sonic.
Download your free MyChevroletMobile app and turn your smart phone in to a mobile command center.
Remote start your Silverado on a snowy day, lock your compatible Malibu from an airplane, set parking reminders for your Cruze or view diagnostic information with a single tap. Your phone has never been so versatile.
Ron Westphal Chevrolet is a recently renovated Chevy dealership located in Aurora, IL minutes away from Plainfield, Naperville and Oswego. We are also very popular with Chicago resident due to our massive selection of new and used vehicles and excellent customer service.
After you finally put down the fork…remember we are open on Friday and we’ll be chomping at the bit to make some sales!
Friday Hours: Sales 9-9, Service/Parts 7-7.
No appointment needed for oil changes!
Can’t wait? Ask if you qualify for a free, brand new loaner vehicle.
Hope you enjoyed our funny Thanksgiving meme. The entire staff at Ron Westphal Chevrolet wishes you and yours the very best during this Holiday Season.
Diesel engines differ from gasoline engines in important ways. To see a diesel engine in action and learn the mechanics of how diesel engines intake and compress air see below.
Diesel Engines vs. Gasoline Engines
In theory, diesel engines and gasoline engines are quite similar. They are both internal combustion engines designed to convert the chemical energy available in fuel into mechanical energy. This mechanical energy moves pistons up and down inside cylinders. The pistons are connected to a crankshaft, and the up-and-down motion of the pistons, known as linear motion, creates the rotary motion needed to turn the wheels of a car forward.
Both diesel engines and gasoline engines covert fuel into energy through a series of small explosions or combustions. The major difference between diesel and gasoline is the way these explosions happen. In a gasoline engine, fuel is mixed with air, compressed by pistons and ignited by sparks from spark plugs. In a diesel engine, however, the air is compressed first, and then the fuel is injected. Because air heats up when it’s compressed, the fuel ignites.