You Are What You Drive
By: A Chevy Texan
August 1, 2012 8:58 am CT
A lot of people contend that, “You are what you eat.” Here at Chevy Texan, however, we like to think, “You are what you drive.” To further prove our point, take a look at some of Chevy’s most popular vehicles and what they mean for their owners.
You see change as a good thing. Speaking of change, you save quite a bit of change when it comes to gasoline. The Volt is essentially the ‘geek chic’ of the auto world. It’s a massive combination of things you are used to presented in a way that confronts the norm. You motor on in your fun & vibrant car, knowing full-well that everybody is staring. Also, don’t be fooled into thinking only young-in’s drive the green machine.
Your dependability bleeds into your entire life. Your friends take comfort in your reliability. The Silverado transitions from work to side project to home automatically… or manually, depending on your taste. This classic Chevrolet is like a quality pair of sneakers. Sure, there are fancier options out there, but these shoes have provided more value than anything else could. The random fads of today come and go, but running in your Silverado never goes out of style. And yes, shoe size, here, is equivalent to horsepower.
You are the lifelong memory waiting to happen. How many great road trips have you been on in your life? How many times have you carpooled to a concert, game or party? Seating up to nine people, the Tahoe is the perfect vehicle to travel with your friends and family. The car is new, edgy and reliable, but it also comes with a sense of nostalgia as well. For those lucky owners, the Chevy Tahoe keeps fun a-drive, err, alive.
Swag, sexy and so many superlatives. The Camaro is one of the most iconic cars in American history. It’s what you dreamed of owning as a child. It’s like sitting on a cloud and riding lightning at the same time. Cheesy? Sure… but it’s a Camaro! The highway wonder is an instant head turner for the general public. Chevrolet sport cars are like super heroes: with great (horse) power comes great responsibility, but you’re going to look awesome entire way. I mean, a Camaro did help save the world three different times.
Yea, yea. Chevy isn’t a car itself. It is a lifestyle though. It is a piece of America started generations before us, and it will continue generations after. A lot of things will come and go, but it’s nice to know that one thing will remain consistent. That steady purr you hear as you cruise down a highway. That beautiful smile of a loved one when you finally get to your destination. Chevrolet is more than a car company. It’s an embodiment of American culture.