Chevrolet’s award-winning lineup is filled with great choices, from small cars to big trucks, and some of the top pre-owned models are now available at M&S Auto. Committed to treating you with integrity and respect, our staff can introduce you to Chevrolet for almost any lifestyle or budget, and you don’t have to come in to see them. Our showroom is open for both in-person visits and online shoppers alike.
You can save big money when buying a pre-owned Chevrolet because they’re usually priced lower than their brand-new counterparts. That’s due mostly to depreciation, which has its largest impact during the first year of ownership. Of course, even though you’re paying less for a used model, you can still take advantage of the same great features as the first buyer and see some serious bang for your buck. And insurance companies usually charge lower premiums for pre-owned Chevrolet so you enjoy further savings. Checking a used-vehicle history report is still a smart play, however, since that can tell you whether the car has been in an accident, has an open recall, and has been serviced properly. Also smart is shopping at M&S Auto, which is among Sacramento’s most trusted sources for pre-owned cars, trucks, and SUVs.
For a mainstream brand, Chevrolet sure has plenty of sophisticated tech benefits for both infotainment and driver assistance — including many of the same features found in expensive luxury vehicles. Equipment like this adds another level of convenience for mastering your busy life and makes a difference you’ll notice on every drive. (Note: Exact features vary by model.)
From the city-sized Spark all the way up to heavy-duty Silverados that can haul trailers by the ton, the Chevrolet brand has a model that’s well suited for whatever you need. So daily commuters, driving enthusiasts, off-road lovers, and even folks who appreciate added luxury can find a pre-owned Chevy that fits the bill. Here are only a few of our favorites: Chevy’s small cars with high efficiency ratings include not only the Spark, but also the Sonic hatchback and sedan. With a substantial all-electric driving range, and even more travel potential in gas-hybrid mode, the Chevrolet Volt makes saving fuel even easier. Go ahead and skip the gas station entirely with the Chevrolet Bolt EV that can go nearly 259 miles on a single charge. The brand serves up a pair of high-performing icons with its modern-day muscle car, the Chevrolet Camaro, along with America’s homegrown supercar, the Corvette. Versatile crossover SUVs, like the Equinox and Blazer, keep you happy with a combination of utility, first-class technology, and expressive designs. For adventurous families who demand the strength of SUVs with body-on-frame construction, the Chevrolet Tahoe and Suburban are ready to roll. The legendary Chevrolet Silverado and the mid-sized Colorado keep on trucking with robust capability, dedicated trail-friendly models, and welcome comfort.
Founded by Swiss-American racer Louis Chevrolet and automotive entrepreneur William C. Durant, the Chevrolet Motor Company was born in 1911 as a stand-alone automaker. But Durant, who had launched General Motors and was later ousted from the company, had other ideas. Using capital from Chevy’s early success, Durant regained control of GM in 1916, bringing the Bowtie brand with him. Speaking of which, that classic Bowtie badge was there from the beginning, appearing when Chevrolet debuted its first car, the 1913 Series C Classic Six. A little more than 20 years later, Chevy premiered what’s usually considered the world’s first SUV, the Suburban Carryall. Other breakthroughs included the development of the small-block V8 in 1955 and the introduction of airbags in 1973. Today, Chevrolet remains one of the best-selling auto brands in the country.