Where are all the Extended Cab Silverados?

Where are the extended cabs? I’ve had a few people ask me that question this year and it is a good one. Why can’t I find any 2014 extended cab Silverados? The real reason is that in 2014 Chevrolet extended cab to double cab. It’s actually very close to the same thing. The difference is in the doors, now the Continue reading

2014 Silverado 2500HD and 3500HD

The 2014 Chevrolet Silverado had been redesigned to meet your needs better than ever. It has more power, more comfort, and a more style. Power The 2014 Silverado 2500HD can have up to a 6.2L V8 engine in the “Max Trailering Package.” The 3500 HD with the diesel engine can tow 23,100lbs with a fifth wheel hitch.  Normally the price Continue reading

The Redesigned 2014 Silverado is Here!

Here at Rapid Chevrolet the Silverado is our best seller. We sell a lot of trucks. With the new 2014 Silverado there is a complete redesign and it is awesome. Chevrolet made a page detailing it and you can check that out here. If you are interested in a 2014 Silverado then check out our in stock 2014 Silverados or Continue reading

Vehicle Care Tips For First Time Car Owners

First time car owners have an excitement that can only be described by comparing them with a kid who has gotten new shoes for Christmas. Once you have gotten the license and purchased your car and, you are tempted to even run the smallest of errands in your new beast. With time, you will learn that the machine you love Continue reading

A Simple Guide to Tesla Motors Energy Efficiency

Nicola Tesla, after whom the Southern California car company Tesla Motors is named, was a Croatian-born engineer/inventor who immigrated to the U.S. in 1884, going to work for Thomas Edison at his Edison Machine Works. An electrical/mechanical engineering genius, he redesigned Edison’s then-inefficient direct-current (DC) motors and generators, making them more economical and serviceable. Tesla went on to develop the Continue reading

5 Ways to Make Your Car Run More Smoothly

According to the Federal Highway Administration, Americans drive an average of 13,476 miles per year. You cover a lot of ground in your busy life; commuting to and from work, running to the grocery store, shuttling kids to soccer and dance practice, visiting the in-laws on the weekend, going on family vacations. The list goes on and on. All of Continue reading