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Have been searching "used cars near me" for the last few you weeks, and still don't know where to start? Our experts at Frank Kent Chevrolet are here to help. For folks located in Ennis, TX, and the surrounding area, we are the premier Chevy dealer in the region.
Whether you are looking for a commuter car, an SUV, a truck, or something a little more special like an eco-friendly model or a sporty ride, we’ve got you covered. Our lot is stocked with the best Chevy vehicles available today. You can take your time perusing through our vast selection. Our team of friendly auto experts is also here to assist you in any way. Here’s a taste of what we offer here at Frank Kent Chevrolet.
As the best Chevrolet dealer in the area, of course, we have an amazing selection of cars to suit many different lifestyles. Whether you are looking for a sedan or a hatchback, we’ve got something that will suit your needs. Commonly, we see Chevy vehicles on our lot like the Cruze, Impala, and Malibu. However, you might also see the Camaro, SS, and the Corvette.
As for the Cruze, Impala, and Malibu, each one is a four-door style vehicle with seating for up to five passengers. The smallest model is the Cruze, which is powered by a turbodiesel 1.6L engine. It has an exceptional fuel economy of 37 mpg combined (31 city/48 highway). To get better gas mileage than that, you’d need to get a hybrid.
The mid-size model is known as the Malibu. Under the hood rests a turbocharged 2.0L motor that generates 250 hp. That’s pretty impressive for a sedan. Finally, we’ve also got the largest member of the Chevy sedan family - the Impala. It uses direct-injection technology and a 3.6L V6 engine to push out a surprising 305 hp. It’s also the most expensive of the bunch, but still reasonably priced for what you get.
For folks needing a commuter car that stay within the confines of a tight budget, we’ve got the Sonic and Spark models. Both are very affordable and feature the space-optimizing hatchback body style for extra room. The petite Spark provides 27.2 cubic feet of cargo room, and the larger Sonic model doubles that at 47.4 cubic feet. Each one can seat five people, and they both feature the Chevrolet Infotainment 3 System. Displayed on a 7-inch touchscreen and operating with Bluetooth connectivity, you can make and receive calls hands-free on your way to work.
When you think about Chevy cars, there are two that probably stick out in your mind - the Corvette and the Camaro. Both are American icons that have been winning races between friends for decades. You can find both on our lot.
The Camaro and the Camaro ZL1 vary greatly. More affordable, the Camaro can be bought as a convertible or a hardtop. You can choose between four different engines and four trims. Technically speaking, the Camaro ZL1 is another trim, but we like to consider it a whole new vehicle because of its features. Powered by a 6.2L V8, this model pumps out a whopping 650 hp.
As for the Corvette, there are four different models that you can choose from. These are the Stingray, Grand Sport, Z06, and ZR1. Each one is unique, but the ZR1 is a grand slam. It houses a supercharged 6.2L V8 that generates a staggering 755 hp and 715 lb-ft of torque. It has a top speed of 212 mph, and it can accelerate from zero to 60 mph in just 2.85 seconds.
On the opposite end of the spectrum is the Bolt EV and the Volt. As Chevy’s only fully-electric vehicle, the Bolt EV is paid quite a bit of attention. Even more attention is paid when you consider that on a single charge, it can travel for up to 238 miles. Using the DC Fast Charging cord, you can quickly juice the battery back up to a 90-mile range within about half an hour.
The Volt is Chevy’s hybrid model. Dual electric motors are partnered with a 1.5L direct-injection engine, making it a plug-in hybrid. Because of this powertrain, it can travel for 420 miles, and 53 of those miles can be driven using only electric energy.
If you are looking for an all-American truck that can do the toughest jobs with ease, consider the Colorado or the Silverado. Both are red-blooded patriots will ample power and capabilities.
With the Colorado, you can choose from three powertrains, five trims, and a few special editions as well. For enhanced off-roading capacities, you should look at the Z71 and ZR2 models. The Z71 features an off-road suspension and automatic rear locking differential, while the ZR2 adds increased ground clearance and a dampening system for better handling over rough terrain. This truck maxes out its payload at 1,578 pounds, and it can manage to tow up to 7,700 pounds. If you’re worried about gas mileage, opt for the turbodiesel version. It has a best-in-class fuel economy of 30 mpg highway.
As for the Silverado, revisions have been made to make this year’s model the best ever. With four powertrains and eight trims to choose from, customization should be its middle name. The truck bed has been redesigned with roll-formed, high-strength steel, making it stronger and lighter-weight. It also comes with 12 tie-downs that can manage 500 pounds per corner to secure various types of payloads.
Let’s be honest. Chevrolet is well-known from almost every vehicle class out there. SUVs are no different. We’ve got six SUV models to choose from, including the Trax, Equinox, Blazer, Traverse, Tahoe, and Suburban.
Starting from the smallest member of the SUV family, the Trax is Chevy’s most compact crossover. Able to carry five passengers, it is powered by a turbocharged 1.4L engine that gets approximately 28 mpg combined. It also offers a maximum cargo area of 48.4 cubic feet. Stepping up to the Equinox will get you a maximum storage area of 63.9 cubic feet, but it still only seats five people. In 2019, J.D. Power ranked it the Best Compact SUV in Initial and Long-Term Quality. You can choose from two powertrains and four trims as well. The newest addition to the SUV fleet is the Blazer. Still considered a compact crossover, this one offers the largest maximum cargo area of 64.2 cubic feet. It is also available with two different engines depending on your needs.
If you have a large family, consider the Tahoe or the Suburban. The Tahoe can seat nine passengers comfortably and offers a cargo space that maxes out at 94.7 cubic feet. It is available in three trims and with only one powertrain. Under the hood rests a 5.3L V8 engine that pushes out 355 hp and 383 lb-ft of torque. This SUV can even tow up to 8,600 pounds without breaking a sweat. If that isn’t enough to suit your needs, allow us to introduce the Suburban. This giant is as big as you can go. Able to carry nine people, it has a maximum cargo area of 121.7 cubic feet. Under the hood is the same V8 engine that is equipped inside the Tahoe.