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The Most Iconic Cars to Wear the Chevy Bowtie

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For one hundred years, Chevrolet has crafted unique and stylish cars that have thrilled driving enthusiasts the world over. Now, a century after the iconic Chevy bowtie badge made its debut, Chevrolet’s vehicles continue to make their mark on the driving world. Over the decades, several of Chevrolet’s models have made their mark as among the most iconic vehicles in history. Let’s take a look back at some of Chevrolet’s most notable models.

Suburban
The Chevrolet Suburban is the oldest continuously running model in the Chevrolet family. This capable SUV first hit the streets in 1935, and was originally designed to be used on work sites. As the years passed, Chevrolet honed the performance and comfort of the Suburban to make it more suitable for families. Today’s version of the Chevy Suburban represents the pinnacle of comfort and driving capability.

Corvette
The Corvette is arguably one of America’s most popular sports cars. This incredibly powerful sport model first tore up the streets in 1953. Over the decades, Chevrolet has updated the Corvette to include the latest advancements in performance, technology, and design. Today’s Corvette model is sure to thrill the discerning driver.

Bel Air
The Bel Air is an icon of the Chevrolet lineup. When the Corvette first became available in the 1950s, it caused quite a stir with motorists in America. With its bold and unusual styling and fantastic performance capabilities, the Bel Air quickly became one of Chevy’s most popular models.

If you would like to get behind the wheel of an iconic Chevrolet model of your very own, come to Jerry’s Chevrolet. We are proud to provide our satisfied customers in the Baltimore area with an extensive lineup of brand new and quality used Chevrolet cars, trucks, and SUVs. For more information about the vehicles that we currently have in stock, call us at (410) 661-9100.

 

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