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Heinrich Chevrolet’s recent TV commercials have garnered a lot of responses from people throughout Western New York and so we responded in kind with a page on our website full of all of those commercials for your viewing pleasure! So without further ado here is the link:

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With the flurry of safety upgrades Chevrolet has made in the past two years it’s easy for a consumer to lose track of which is which and what does what. Luckily for Lockport, Heinrich Chevrolet is more than capable of explaining these features in concise, useful terms. Today we set out to do just that, starting with the Lane Departure Warning System that comes in new Chevrolets. One of the more modern additions to the cockpit of a vehicle. This button seeks to alert distracted drivers when they are in danger of leaving the lane they are currently traveling in.

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The Chevrolet VoltGM continued its return to national prominence again last month by seeing record sales increases with several of their Chevrolet offerings. Seeing a 29% increase in North American sales Chevrolet continues to win back the hearts and minds of the American public. Led by the record setting sales from both the Chevy Volt and the Chevy Sonic, car buyers are increasingly giving their stamp of approval to the innovative new models GM puts forward.

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GM Reports Big Chevrolet Profits

This past Tuesday GM was all set to announce an 8% increase in sales for the month of August compared to a year ago. Most of that 8% increase stems from a 25% increase in sales of Chevrolet models. Many industry analysts have pointed to these increases as signs of the growing strength of the American automotive manufacturer. The growing strength coming mainly from the all-new and re-vamped car models Chevrolet is putting on their lots.

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At the end of last week, GM announced that is was going to be investing 220 million dollars into two separate next-generation Chevy Cruze plants in Ohio. Thus keeping over 5,000 jobs alive and well in northeastern Ohio. This is not a new development for GM as since 2009 the company has poured nearly 7.3 Billion dollars into U.S. Facilities.

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