Stanley Auto Group Enterprises once again proved to the public the quality and integrity of its products from its cars for sale in Texas.
December 10, 2012 (Newswire) - Stanley Auto Group Enterprises once again proved to the public the quality and integrity of its products from its cars for sale in Texas. Recent analyses and reports reveal one of its top products, the 2012 Chevrolet Silverado, ranks 4th based on analysis of 78 published reviews. This is confirmed by test drives and analysis of reliability and safety data. With the company's newly released set of vehicles ranging from cars to trucks, it has always provided the top cars and the optimum performance trucks in the limelight of the automotive industry. It has dozens of collections of vehicles that truly ranks the top with their undoubted quality.
Though the 2012 Chevrolet Silverado has been surpassed by its top vehicles in some of its features and ways, test drives still claim its advantages over any other trucks available in the market. Test drivers say it's a good truck with wide arrays of capabilities and useful features for most buyers. This sets this truck apart from other vehicles for its unique features and capabilities.
The 2012 Chevrolet Silverado stays behind its competition due to some important areas, but reviewers claim it's not a bad truck. Some of its shortcomings include its age than the other trucks which are part of the review. Its competitors including the Ram 1500 and the Ford F-150 have both undergone redesigning by their companies which surpassed the Silverado. The new models of Ram 1500 and Ford F-150 have better interiors and more capable powertrains.
The Silverado edition is not the best in the group but it has substantial maximum towing capacity and a range of mostly capable engine as a Texas car. This is the main feature of the vehicle that still makes it on top of other leading vehicles in the industry. Its quality and top-of-the-line trim gives features that are comparable with the best vehicles in the class, but some of its features still aren't up to the standards of Ram. Though the Silverado feels more nimble than other trucks, its ride is not as smooth as others.
When it comes to the choice of automotives, buyers will still be after the brand. Others may not look after a brand name and in this way they can choose from several options that are either more capable or less expensive than the Siverado. If buyers will set their choice for the automotives of the General Motors then the 2012 Chevrolet Silverado would be a fine choice for them