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    • Preferred Equipment Group 2LZ


    • 100-Watt 6-Speaker System
    • 3 USB Ports


    • 6 Speakers
    • AM/FM radio: SiriusXM


    • MP3 decoder
    • Premium audio system: Chevrolet MyLink


    • Radio data system
    • Radio: Chevrolet MyLink AM/FM Stereo


    • Remote CD player
    • SiriusXM Satellite Radio


    • Air Conditioning
    • Automatic temperature control


    • Front dual zone A/C
    • Rear window defroster


    • 8-Way Power Driver Seat Adjuster
    • 8-Way Power Front Passenger Seat Adjuster


    • Driver Power Lumbar Seat Adjuster
    • Power driver seat


    • Power steering
    • Power windows


    • Remote keyless entry
    • Steering wheel mounted audio controls


    • Four wheel independent suspension
    • Speed-sensing steering


    • Traction control
    • 4-Wheel Disc Brakes


    • ABS brakes
    • Dual front impact airbags


    • Dual front side impact airbags
    • Emergency communication system


    • Front anti-roll bar
    • Knee airbag


    • Low tire pressure warning
    • Occupant sensing airbag


    • Overhead airbag
    • Rear anti-roll bar


    • Rear side impact airbag
    • Brake assist


    • Electronic Stability Control
    • Delay-off headlights


    • Fully automatic headlights
    • High-Intensity Discharge Headlights


    • Panic alarm
    • Security system


    • Speed control
    • Bodyside moldings


    • Bumpers: body-color
    • Heated door mirrors


    • Power door mirrors
    • Turn signal indicator mirrors


    • 8″ Diagonal Color Infotainment Display
    • Compass


    • Driver door bin
    • Driver vanity mirror


    • Front reading lights
    • Illuminated entry


    • Leather Shift Knob
    • Overhead console


    • Passenger vanity mirror
    • Rear reading lights


    • Rear seat center armrest
    • Tachometer


    • Telescoping steering wheel
    • Tilt steering wheel


    • Trip computer
    • Front Bucket Seats


    • Front Center Armrest
    • Front Passenger Power Lumbar Seat Adjuster


    • Heated Driver & Front Passenger Seats
    • Heated front seats


    • Perforated Leather-Appointed Seat Trim
    • Power passenger seat


    • Split folding rear seat
    • Passenger door bin


  • Wheels: 19″ Machined-Face Aluminum
  • Variably intermittent wipers

When, Where, How and Why to Change Your Vehicle’s Oil


The Car Care Council reminds motorists that basic vehicle maintenance is an easy, inexpensive way to prolong the life of vehicles and avoid costly repairs down the road.

“When thinking about vehicle maintenance, regular oil changes likely come to mind first,” said Rich White, executive director, Car Care Council. “A quick review of the why, when, where and how of changing your vehicle’s oil is a good way to see the value of basic auto care.”


Motor oil lubricates the moving parts in your engine, preventing wear by keeping the engine clean, removing contaminants and regulating engine temperature to prevent overheating. Neglecting to check and change your vehicle’s oil can lead to expensive repairs, including engine failure.


Check your vehicle owner’s manual; most will recommend changing the oil every 3,000 to 5,000 miles. However, other factors such as harsh weather conditions, driving in stop-and-go traffic or on dusty/dirt roads, towing a trailer, driving at high speeds and the age of your vehicle can all bring down this time interval, making it a safe bet to have the oil checked at the lower end of the recommended interval.


An oil change performed by a professional technician is a quick, low-cost vehicle service. When taking your car in for maintenance or repairs, be sure that the shop employs ASE-certified technicians. ASE certification means that the technicians take their training seriously and have passed tests to demonstrate their skills.


Do-it-yourselfers can access the Car Care Council’s website for an instructional video by DriverSide on how to change your vehicle’s oil.

To help drivers “be car care aware,” the Car Care Council has many free tools available at www.carcare.org, including a free 80-page Car Care Guide and a customized service schedule with email reminders to make it easy to follow a routine auto care program.

Car Care Resources


Chances are your car is your second largest investment next to your home. Care for it properly and it will deliver the performance, lasting value and enjoyment you need and expect. Plus, a properly maintained car offers the greatest return on investment, and helps you avoid more costly repairs down the road.

The first step toward proper maintenance is to understand your car, the care it needs, when it needs it and why. You need to Be Car Care Aware! And we are here to help.

The Car Care Council has compiled a comprehensive set of resources to help you extend the life of your vehicle, and keep it running at peak performance.

Here are three of the most popular resources: