Electrifying 2022 Chevrolet Bolt and Bolt EUV Revealed

2022 Chevrolet Bolt EUV | Greenbrier Chevrolet Buick | Lewisburg, WV
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Chevrolet first introduced the world to the fully electric, fun-to-drive Bolt in 2015 as a concept at the North American International Auto Show in Detroit. Just six months later, the production model was unveiled in Las Vegas. Over the years, the Bolt EV hasn’t undergone many changes, but Chevrolet recently debuted the redesigned 2022 Bolt EV as well as the all-new 2022 Bolt EUV — an electric utility vehicle.

Both models have noticeably modern exterior designs, but that’s not the only thing to celebrate. The new Bolt EUV, while offering an SUV-like and more family-friendly body style, is the first Chevrolet vehicle to offer General Motors’ Super Cruise technology. Chevrolet is also making charging both vehicles easier for customers. Instead of purchasing a separate charger for your home, you’ll get a Dual Level Charge Cord with changeable 120-volt and 240-volt plugs for Level 1 and Level 2 charging.

Inside, you’ll find premium features like a 10.2-inch infotainment color touch screen, integrated climate controls, a new electronic gear shift design, and a flat-bottom steering wheel. You can also add the available heated and ventilated front seats or a panoramic sunroof on the Bolt EUV for an extra level of prestige.

Even with all of these upgrades and advancements, Chevrolet has lowered the price of the Bolt EV by $5,000 to make going green more accessible. Its new starting price is $31,995 while the larger Bolt EUV starts at $33,995.* If you’re hoping to drive a zero-emissions vehicle in Lewisburg, West Virginia, the 2022 Bolt EV and Bolt EUV will be available this summer. Feel free to contact our team here at Greenbrier Chevrolet Buick for more details.

*Tax, title, license, dealer fees, and optional equipment extra.

2021 Buick Envision Arriving at Greenbrier Chevrolet Buick

2021 Buick Envision | Greenbrier Chevrolet Buick | Lewisburg, WV

The bold 2021 Buick Envision is now available at Greenbrier Chevrolet Buick in Lewisburg, West Virginia. The SUV boasts a comfortable interior, a sculpted exterior, and the advanced tech to improve your time on the road. The well-designed SUV, which is lower and wider than previous model years, ups its luxurious appeal with the first-ever Avenir trim and an available Sport Touring package for 2021.

“The new Envision has a more athletic presence that is full of character,” said Helen Emsley, executive director, Global Buick Design.

The driver-centric instrument panel drives the design of the SUV’s interior. Behind the wheel, you will feel the thrill of driving once again thanks to elements including the available 10.2-inch-diagonal touch screen of the user-friendly infotainment system.

The Envision also prioritizes space for when you are hauling a little or a lot of cargo. When passengers occupy the supportive seats in the Envision, you can still utilize 25.2 cubic feet of space for your bags, gear, or other essentials. When you need more room for things than people, fold down the rear seats to reveal a maximum of 52.7 cubic feet of space.

QuietTuning™ Technology, a standard feature, helps create a serene environment inside as it helps banish unwanted road noise so you can enjoy the journey.

Contact Greenbrier Chevrolet Buick in Lewisburg, West Virginia, to learn more about the 2021 Buick Envision.

Chevrolet Adds Midnight, Sport Packages for 2021 Traverse

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The Chevrolet Traverse lineup is growing for 2021, adding the popular Midnight Edition and Sport Edition packages. You’ll find both bold takes on the Traverse at Greenbrier Chevrolet Buick in Lewisburg, West Virginia.

So what do you get with the 2021 Chevrolet Traverse Midnight and Sport Edition? In short: oodles of style. The former boasts a Mosaic Black Metallic exterior complemented by black-painted aluminum wheels, a black ice grille, and black badging. The latter takes similar black accents and applies them to a 2021 Traverse available in a wider range of colors.

The Midnight and Sport Edition packages are becoming all the rage with Chevy customers. Both are available across half of the Chevrolet lineup, and about 20 percent of all Trax SUVs sold today have one of the packages applied.

If you want even more choice, the 2022 Chevrolet Equinox will be the latest to add the popular RS trim. Popularized on the sporty new Blazer and Trailblazer, the RS trim punches up the sportiness of the upcoming Equinox with features like 19-inch Dark Android wheels and unique red stitching on the inside.

When you’re looking for a Chevy SUV — whether it’s the Trax, the all-new Tahoe and Suburban, or the 2021 Traverse — you’ll have no shortage of options on your plate. The best place to see what’s on the table is Greenbrier Chevrolet Buick in Lewisburg, West Virginia.

Introducing the 2021 GMC Canyon AT4 Off-Road Performance Edition in Lewisburg, WV

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The 2021 GMC Canyon AT4 Off-Road Performance Edition proves that going off-road or into unchartered territory during an outdoor adventure can be an exciting, and yes, surprisingly comfortable experience.

“Whether it’s tackling die-hard off-road courses or embarking on a weekend adventure, the Canyon AT4 Off-Road Performance Edition provides an improved approach angle, enhanced maneuverability and underbody protection to key parts of the truck, while still delivering a premium GMC experience,” said GMC Marketing Director Rich Latek.

The Off-Road Performance Edition is unique to tackling rugged terrains and challenging inclines thanks to standard features including:

  • 31-inch Goodyear Wrangler Duratrac® tires.
  • Four-wheel drive system with Eaton G80 Rear Automatic Locking Differential.
  • Advanced Hill Descent Control System.
  • Rocker panel protectors.
  • Performance front and mid skid plates forged from aluminum.
  • Suspension packaged designed specifically for off-road treks

“A suspension leveling kit and the removal of the front air dam improve the truck’s approach angle by more than 35 percent to nearly 30 degrees,” reports GMC.

Other features that help the Off-Road Performance Edition standout stylishly are Carbon Black AT4 logos, a performance exhaust tip colored in Gloss Black, and signature 17-inch wheels, also clad in Gloss Black. A spray-in bedliner and accessory floor liners help protect the look and condition of your truck.

Contact Greenbrier Chevrolet Buick in Lewisburg, West Virginia, to learn more about the 2021 GMC Canyon AT4 Off-Road Performance Edition.

Chevrolet Converts 1977 K5 Blazer into an All-Electric Model

1977 K5 Blazer All-Electric | Greenbrier Chevrolet Buick | Lewisburg, WV
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Chevrolet is adding an increasing number of exciting new all-electric models to its lineup. Yet, the latest all-electric vehicle that the brand is showcasing isn’t new at all. In fact, it’s from the 1977 model year.

The 1977 K5 Blazer is the latest vehicle that has been converted to an all-electric model using the Chevrolet Electric Connect and Cruise package.

In order to accomplish this feat, the team at Chevrolet Performance retained as many parts of the original K5 Blazer model as possible. Ninety percent of the new parts used for the conversion came from factory components of the Chevrolet Bolt EV.

This conversion process provided the K5 Blazer with a boost in both efficiency and power. The model’s original engine produced 175 horsepower. Its new electric powertrain increases that power output to 200 horsepower.

This isn’t the first vehicle that Chevrolet Performance has converted to all-electric using the Electric Connect and Cruise package. Previous conversions included the Chevrolet eCOPO Camaro in 2018 and the Chevrolet E-10 in 2019.

Chevrolet presented this all-electric Blazer at SEMA360 earlier this year. The plan is to have the Electric Connect and Cruise package available to the general public by the second half of 2021, meaning you could take your classic Chevrolet and futureproof it.

We here at Greenbrier Chevrolet Buick are interested to see where the future of electrification takes Chevrolet next. Whether it’s the all-electric 1977 K5 Blazer or the upcoming electric Chevy truck, Chevrolet is at the forefront of innovation.

Silverado 1500’s Multi-Flex Tailgate makes Work Easier

Silverado 1500’s Multi-Flex Tailgate | Greenbrier Chevrolet Buick | Lewisburg, WV
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The Chevrolet Silverado 1500 is back and better than ever for the 2021 model year, and it now comes with an innovative Multi-Flex Tailgate. This smart feature makes an array of jobs easier, allowing you to reconfigure the tailgate as a workbench, step ladder, and more. It also allows you to configure the bed more easily for large objects thanks to second-tier loading and storage options.

The Multi-Flex Tailgate has six distinct functions. It can hold 375 pounds, and it pairs with Durabed features such as LED lighting, a 120-volt outlet, and 12 cargo tie-downs to make the 2021 model year the most functional ever. Configurations for the tailgate include a step ladder, full gate, workstation, and bed extender feature.

Another intelligent aspect of the new tailgate is that drivers can activate configurations using either a key fob or two of the mounted buttons. With a simple press of a button, you can instantly transform your Silverado 1500 into a mobile workstation, or you can simply make it easier to get into the bed. With other trailering improvements, the Silverado lets you tow up to 13,300 pounds and carry 2,280 pounds in maximum payload. You’ll also find over 89 cubic feet of maximum available cargo space.

This is just one of many new features on the Silverado. Other features to improve capabilities include the Trailer Length Indicator, Jack-Knife Alert, and an enhanced Cargo Bed View to let you monitor your cargo from the cabin. Test drive the Silverado 1500 at Greenbrier Chevrolet Buick to experience these features in person.

The top 5 reasons to buy a used Chevy

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When you’re shopping around for a pre-owned car or truck, there are tons of factors to consider. Used Chevrolet models check all of the boxes, providing reliability, diversity, value and more.


Chevrolet has been at the forefront of the automotive industry for more than a century, and its experience shows. When you get behind the wheel of a Chevy, you’re not just driving a car, you’re participating in the American dream.


No matter what kind of vehicle you want — or what you need it for — Chevy’s got it. From staggeringly powerful trucks like the Silverado to family SUVs like the Tahoe to forward-thinking EVs like the Bolt, Chevrolet’s lineup is unlike any other.


Gone are the days where buying a used vehicle meant ending up with a lemon. The Chevrolet Certified Pre-Owned (CPO) program guarantees quality by putting cars through a rigorous 172-point inspection to make sure it’s up to snuff. Chevy CPOs even come with a range of warranties and a free CARFAX® vehicle history report.


Chevrolet vehicles are designed to put you and your family’s safety first. That’s why many of its models have earned 5-Star Overall scores from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. The innovative Teen Driver Mode can even help your young driver stay safe as they learn the rules of the road.


Chevrolet isn’t just a name; it’s a family. From the top-notch service you’ll receive from us here at Greenbrier Chevrolet to the feeling of camaraderie you’ll feel when you spot another bowtie on the road, you’ll know you’re part of something bigger than yourself.

To find your next favorite vehicle, take a look at our online inventory at Greenbrier Chevrolet Buick.

Road Trip Safety during COVID-19 Pandemic

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The COVID-19 pandemic has kept us all in our homes for the last few months. But there are ways to get out of the house safely without putting yourself and others at risk of contracting the virus. Follow these tips for road trip safety.

Wear a mask

Wearing a mask is the best way to avoid passing on COVID-19 to others when you’re in public, and it helps you avoid contracting it yourself when the people around you are wearing masks.

Wear a cloth or surgical mask, not a bandana or stretch fabric tied around your face, as these have proven to be less effective. And always keep your mask pulled up over your nose and mouth. If you’re not covering your nose, you might as well not be wearing one.

Sanitize everything

Road trips mean stopping frequently at public locations for gas and bathroom breaks. When you get gas, wipe down the buttons and handle with alcohol wipes before touching anything. Always wash your hands thoroughly, but especially after using a public bathroom, and keep your mask on the entire time. Bring plenty of hand sanitizer and use it generously.

Avoid contact

Avoid touching handles with your bare hands and use your sleeve to open doors. Order curbside pickup for food whenever you’re able to, or go through a drive-thru. Try not to go into confined spaces such as restaurants as much as possible, and eat in your car when you can. And always wear a mask when interacting with restaurant workers.

Even though there’s a pandemic on, you can still road trip safely. And if you need a car with top-notch safety features and family-friendly technologies, just visit the showroom at Greenbrier Chevrolet Buick!

Corvette C8.R Racing Car Claims First Victory at Daytona

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In an exciting return to the race track, the new Corvette C8.R racing car had its first victory, making this the 100th win for the team at an IMSA competition. 

This was just the third race for the new mid-engine Corvette C8.R. Antonio Garcia was behind the wheel of the No. 3 Mobil 1/SiriusXM Chevrolet Corvette C8.R as it crossed the checkered flag, winning by 1.977 seconds. Garcia’s stretch of the race lasted almost two hours, following a difficult start by Jordan Taylor who dealt with the challenge of a damp track. Team members Oliver Gavin and Tommy Milner came in close behind with the 4 Mobil 1/SiriusXM Chevrolet Corvette C8.R, landing 4th place.

The win at the IMSA WeatherTech 240 at Daytona is an exciting achievement for the Chevy team, because of the two milestone accomplishments. The Chevrolet team has worked hard to reach 100 victories in IMSA competition, and this race was no exception. Both Taylor and Garcia went one lap longer than the majority of their GTLM competitors. Garcia landed right behind Earl Bamber’s Porsche, and both drivers stopped during the same lap, before Garcia made the pass and set the record for the fastest GTLM lap of the race.

Even if you don’t have a racing license, you can still get a taste of the Corvette C8.R racing car by checking out the Corvette Stingray at Greenbrier Chevrolet Buick!

Buick Expands Its SUV Lineup with 2021 Buick Envision

2021 Buick Envision | Greenbrier Chevrolet Buick | Lewisburg, WV

Buick is quickly becoming a brand associated with premium SUV models. That association is set to grow even stronger when the brand introduces the 2021 Buick Envision to the market early next year.

The new iteration of the Buick Envision carries the streamlined and luxurious styling that customers have come to expect from the Buick line of vehicles. Still, the model’s most notable features come featured as a part of its safety suite.

The 2021 Buick Envision comes standard with a safety setup that includes Automatic Emergency Braking, Lane Keep Assist with Lane Departure Warning, Forward Collision Alert, and an HD Rear Vision Camera. What’s more, customers can also add on available safety technology like the HD Surround Vision and Rear Cross Traffic Alert to this already impressive collection of safety systems.

Buick customers can also expect to find top-of-the-line entertainment and connectivity tech like Apple CarPlay and Android Auto within the Envision, all accessed via a 10-inch diagonal touchscreen infotainment system.

“The design of and technology in the all-new Buick Envision are sure to be a hit in today’s growing premium SUV market,” explains Helen Emsley, executive director, Global Buick and GMC Design.

At Greenbrier Chevrolet Buick, we’re excited to see this new Envision model join the already impressive lineup of Buick SUVs.