Chevrolet’s Best Kept Secret

2013-04-10T00:00:00Z Chevrolet’s Best Kept Secret
April 10, 2013 12:00 am

Smith Chevy of Lowell has been in Northwest Indiana since 1922. For someone who is looking for unlimited selections when it comes to inventory, but still that personal touch and home town feel: Smith Chevy is the place to come. It is Chevrolet’s best keep secret.

The only dealership south of Route 30 prides itself on customer appreciation. “Customer service is the most important aspect of buying a new or used vehicle,” says Dan Biegel, General Manager of Smith Chevrolet in Lowell. “We want our customers to feel at home while they’re here,” he says.

Smith Chevrolet of Lowell recently completed their building remodel project. Their new facility now includes a big screen TV, free Wi-Fi, coffee and soft drinks. “Taking care of our current – and future – customers’ needs is our best attribute,” Dan says. “The auto industry is predicting an increase in new vehicle sales over the next several years,” Dan says. “Technology changes vehicles at a much quicker rate than in previous years.” He added that quicker model changes tend to make customers want to upgrade to the latest models. When they do, Smith Chevrolet in Lowell will be on hand to give customers what they need. Dan spotlights Chevrolet’s very well incentivized lease specials on the new car line-up. “It’s a great way to avoid the ‘I owe more than my car is worth’ scenario,” Dan says.

No matter what your needs, Smith Chevy can accommodate you. “We have vehicle models that can fit any lifestyle,” Dan says, “and our service and body shop is the best in Northwest Indiana— when you come in, you will always get treated like family.”

Come visit Smith Chevy of Lowell, Chevrolet’s best kept secret and the only dealer South of Route 30.

SIDEBAR: Smith Chevrolet of Lowell is proud to announce the winner of our Blackhawks tickets drawing. Shelly Duck won tickets to a Chicago Blackhawks game when he entered to win a new Malibu in The Times’ 2013 Chevy Malibu Sweepstakes. ((IMAGE: Dan Biegel presents Shelly Duck with her tickets.))

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