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The Chevy Blazer is reintroduced - with an attitude

The 2019 Blazer is the boldest, most progressive crossover Chevrolet has introduced to date. With its wide stance, athletic look, and enhanced body lines it has just the right mix of form, function, aggression and elegance. Of course from the Blazer’s conception in 1969 on a K5 full-size truck chassis, the Blazer has always…well, blazed trails.



When the Blazer name was introduced in 1969, it was designed to compete with the Ford Bronco. Interestingly, the Ford Bronco was designed to compete with the Jeep Wrangler. At its introduction, the Blazer sported a removable top, and Chevy boasted about…

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The New Chevy Blazer - an SUV With Attitude

The 2019 Blazer is the boldest, most progressive expression of the Chevrolet crossover design theme. A wide stance, tight proportions, a high beltline and dramatic sculpting give it a toned, athletic appearance from all angles.


The 2019 Chevrolet Blazer is set to burst onto the scene next year as yet another choice for crossover-hungry consumers. Judging by the reaction thus far, people are excited about the new Blazer's bold, athletic exterior and the cabin that draws design cues from the Camaro.

 

·      The 2019 Chevy Blazer will be available in six trim levels: L, 1LT, 2LT, 3LT, RS and Premier…

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My lease is ending - what's next?

My lease is up, now what?


If you’re embarking on your first lease, there are some things you should know before your lease ends.

1.)  You’ll have two main choices – to buy your vehicle or give it back. If you choose to buy, SVG can prepare the financing paperwork for you. Should you choose to return the vehicle, you will no longer have the monthly…

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Creative name for new GM product could earn you $10,000

GM launching a completely new product to add to its diverse line of transportation choices



GM is constantly innovating to bring new products and solutions to an ever-changing transportation landscape. In a recent announcement, GM said they are designing two brand new e-bikes to be launched in 2019. While they are essentially the same machine, one will be compact while the other will be foldable GM was fairly quiet and didn’t provide many details about…

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Taking the mystery out of what "Dealer Invoice Price" actually is

SVG Urbana wants you to be excited about buying a new car, not intimidated. To help with that, we promise to educate all of our customers on auto dealer terminology so you feel comfortable when you’re shopping for your next ride. Today’s blog will teach you what  “dealer invoice” is all about.


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Longtime Urbana auto dealer sold to SVG Motors

A growing chain of car dealerships recently stepped in to buy one of the longest-running family owned businesses in Urbana, with plans to add additional employees and renovate the business.
SVG Motors, an auto dealer with locations in Dayton, Eaton and Greenville, has purchased Trenor Motors for an undisclosed price.

The Urbana company started when Clement Trenor and his two brothers purchased a Chevy business in 1926 and started the operation on West Court Street…
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Spotlight SVG Motors / Steve VanGorder

SVG stands for Steve VanGorder. Just kidding! It actually stands for “Superior Value Guaranteed.”

And that’s exactly what I found when I visited Steve there a few weeks ago.  You haven’t seen transparency in an auto purchasing transaction until you’ve bought a car from SVG Motors, which is located on Rt. 40 in Vandalia. Price is the first thing discussed and the discomfort is removed right off the bat. The same goes…
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Steve VanGorder talks about branching out with his own dealership

After a 20-year career with Jeff Schmitt Auto Group, former general manager Steve VanGorder is venturing out on his own with SVG Motors.

VanGorder said SVG — which conveniently sounds like his initials — stands for Superior Value Guarantee, and he said he sees an opportunity in the market for late model cars.

VanGorder shared some of his thoughts about the new business with me.

Q: Why did you branch out on your own?

A: Probably the…
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SVG Motors’ steady growth reflects a longtime dream for entrepreneur Steve VanGorder

Dayton – On an unseasonably warm November afternoon, Steve VanGorder pauses for a moment amid a Facebook Live segment about the upcoming debut of his signature location, SVG Motors Super Center. He watches as a crew hoists the SVG sign emblazoned with the familiar “Rising Phoenix” logo and secures it into place. The charismatic and energetic entrepreneur known across the Miami Valley for his entertaining TV commercials and his motivational social media segments wears a beaming…
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SVG Chevrolet celebrates official grand opening

GREENVILLE – After taken over the dealership in July 2015, SVG Chevrolet in Greenville celebrated with an official grand opening Saturday morning. The dealership staff were joined by several local elected officials, including Greenville Mayor Steve Willman, Darke County Clerk of Courts Cindy Pike and Commissioners Mike Rhoades and Diane Delaplane, for a ribbon cutting ceremony to mark the special event.

“We really never had a chance to officially hold a grand opening back in 2015…
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