Technology Packed Chevrolet SUVs are in High Demand for Hartford Connecticut SUV Shoppers
The SUV class saw a meteoric rise in the past decade, and it’s largely due to the skyrocketing interest clients showed for the crossover sub-class. Today we look at crossovers the way we used to look at sedans: the obvious choice for almost every city dweller out there.
That, coupled with the rise of technology in our everyday lives, brought about the new, modern SUV. Characterized by exceptionally comfortable interiors, fuel-conscious engine choices that allow for the occasional V8, aesthetically pleasing exteriors, and almost seamless and complete connectivity, the SUV of 2019 is far better than it ever was, in all its renditions and sub-categories.
One of the best lineups on the market comes from our very own American car manufacturer, Chevrolet. The legendary car brand was synonymous with comfort and style back in the day, and by the looks of things, those traits found their way into the 21st century.
There are many qualities between Chevrolet SUVs, from the commanding presence and powerful engine options of the Tahoe and the Suburban to the nimbleness of the Blazer and Equinox, every model has an edge. They target different customers, from budget-conscious to luxury seekers, so it's only natural they focus on different benefits that speak to their target market.
There are, however, two common traits to all of Chevrolet’s SUVs, the use of quality materials and an impeccable, top-of-the-line infotainment system.
To say that Chevrolet vehicles are durable and high-end products is completely redundant, they’ve been making reliable cars for decades, close to a century now. What’s new, and it is so for all car manufacturers, is the addition of tech. Loads and loads of tech that make driving modern cars safer and far more enjoyable.
Chevrolet SUVs owners enjoy one of the best infotainment systems on the market, one that could easily become the benchmark with which all others are compared to. Highly responsive, easy to use, and filled with options that will boost the passengers' connectivity, Chevrolet's infotainment system is one of their top-selling points.
It was built with connectivity in mind, and along the way, some exceptional safety features found their way into the mix. Let's start with the latter first, and then move our way up to the functions responsible for the entertainment.
OnStar connectivity is available for buyers that wish to subscribe to the service. That will get you things like Automatic Crash Response, Emergency Services, Roadside Assistance, Stolen Vehicle Assistance, plus a remote assistant that will search your destination and send it to your car's navigation system. All voice-activated, of course, so your hands don't even have to part from the steering wheel.
Another safety feature is the celebrated Teen Driver option. Celebrated because it allows parents to set a maximum speed limit the car can reach, and it sends reports on where the car is at all times, how fast it's going, and whether or not it was involved in a collision. Ok, maybe it's celebrated by some and hated by others, but still a great safety option most car manufacturers lack.
Chevrolet worked hard to ensure seamless connectivity for its SUV customers. Their vehicles come equipped with Bluetooth connectivity, USB ports, and 4G LTE Wi-Fi that will allow for up to seven devices to connect at once. Laptops, smartphones, tablets, all connected at once for passengers to enjoy while you safely drive.
The Bluetooth option, coupled with either Apple CarPlay or Android Auto, will allow drivers to access their phone, texts, music, navigation, and send or receive messages, all with the use of voice commands.
What takes the cake, though, is the availability of the myChevrolet Mobile App that, as the manufacturer puts it, “turns your compatible mobile device into a command center when you subscribe to a paid plan. Start or stop your engine and lock or unlock your doors with the tap of a finger. You can even send destinations to your vehicle's available navigation system, view diagnostic information, and set parking reminders from almost anywhere.”