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Stacking the Chevy Tahoe against the Competition

If you are looking for a new SUV, there is a good chance your search will take some time as you go from dealership to dealership and website to website trying to find the best option. We at Jim Ellis Chevrolet Atlanta understand this struggle and strive to create an easy stress-free car-buying experience for you. So, we have gone ahead and compared our SUV, the Chevy Tahoe, to its competitors, the Nissan Armada and the Ford Expedition. 

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The Suburban and a Trip to Stone Mountain

There is something about Summer that opens the opportunity for road trip after road trip, and one destination for the perfect weekend trip is good old Stone Mountain. While this is always a fun idea for anybody in any vehicle, there's something about the Chevrolet Suburban that makes this any road trip that much better.

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Summer is for Convertibles

That's right. Summer is for convertibles. The warm air and long hours of sunlight seem to be made for these super cool cars. The weather calls people to go outside and hit the beach; the iconic cruising ground for this summer vehicle, and the perfect opportunity for your convertible to get noticed.

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A 2017 Chevy Colorado Designed for Off-Road Desert Racing? 2017 ZR2 Model Appearing for Select Customers in May

We expert purveyors of all things Chevy here at Jim Ellis Chevrolet Atlanta know a powerhouse when we see one. And one doesn't have to look far into the line to see the prowess of 2017 Chevrolet Colorado, whether in its LT, WT, or Z71 trim. The automaker's pickup is a model of both the long haul and hard work, offering crew and extended cab builds, short and long box designs and a host…

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