Used Chevy Dealer

Finding just the right vehicle comes down to a lot of research, discussion, financial decisions, and ultimately working with the right dealership. Even if you have decided on a particular manufacturer, like looking for a new or used Chevrolet, you still need to pick the right people to help you find what you need. Choosing the right used Chevy dealer can make a huge difference in terms of how easy it is to find what you are looking for, what kind of financing you can get, and even the long-term enjoyment of your vehicle.

Here at McCluskey Chevrolet, we pride ourselves on working closely with our customers to make sure you get exactly the right vehicle that has everything you need. Our friendly and knowledgeable salespeople can answer any questions you have, and they will listen to what you are looking for to make sure you drive away completely happy. And with our terrific selection of great pre-owned vehicles, including Certified Pre-Owned (CPO) models and vehicles at a wide range of prices, we can help you get exactly what you want. Visit us at McCluskey Chevrolet right now to find out more and discover how easy it can be to shop for a used Chevy.

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The Chevrolet Legacy

For more than 100 years, Chevrolet has been designing, manufacturing, and selling some of the finest vehicles on the road. In 1911, the Chevrolet Motor Car Company was started by Louis Chevrolet and the founder of General Motors, William C. Durant. Following initial success, the Chevrolet Motor Car Company acquired a controlling stake in General Motors in 1918 and merged together. After that, Chevrolet became the leading division within GM and its primary brand to compete with Ford Motors.

In 1929, Chevrolet gained an advantage over its competitors when it introduced the “Stovebolt” overhead-valve I-6 engine, beating out the flathead 4-cylinder models from other manufacturers. Then, in 1933, Chevrolet launched the Chevy Standard and its “Standard Six” 6-cylinder engine to wide acclaim.

After World War II, Chevrolet remained one of the leading auto manufacturers in the country. In 1953, the first Corvette was produced: a two-seat sports car with a fiberglass body designed for an exhilarating driving experience. Just ten years later, by 1963, about 10% of all car sales in the US was a Chevy vehicle, thanks to innovations like a fuel-injected engine and the rear-engine Chevrolet Corvair.

In 1955, the Chevy small-block V8 engine was first introduced and went into production, and it has remained in continuous production ever since – making it the longest mass-produced engine in the world. Chevrolet remained popular throughout the 1960s, 70s, and 80s, and today offers a wide range of impressive cars, trucks, and SUVs. With modern options like the Bolt EV, and the development of new all-electric models underway, it is clear that Chevy will remain a leader in the auto industry for decades to come.

A white 2020 Chevy Impala is shown from the side driving through a tunnel after leaving a used Chevy dealer.

The Chevy Impala

The Chevy Impala has a complex history, appearing on the market on three separate occasions. The oldest models are now considered classics, with the first Impala released back in 1958. The original run of the Impala would last nearly three decades, with Chevy pulling the plug back in 1985. Nearly a decade later, the Impala made its return in 1994, although this was cut criminally short by another discontinuation only two years later. This wouldn't be the end for the Impala, however, as it would make one last appearance, this time receiving twenty consecutive years of updates before the Impala officially left the market for the third time in 2020. Throughout this run, the Impala would experience numerous generational leaps, the last of which was the tenth. If you're looking for a used Impala, the best possible range of model years to look for is between 2014 and 2020, that way you can enjoy all the latest features.

By the end of the Impala's time on the market, the 2020 model brought forth some exciting changes, and this sedan is well worth your consideration. At this point, the Impala came with a 3.6L V6 engine that produces 305 hp and 264 lb-ft of torque. Kelley Blue Book claims that the 2020 model could go from 0 to 60 mph in only six seconds. This generation also offered up a 2.5L I-4 that has 197 hp and 191 lb-ft of torque with a 6-speed automatic transmission and stellar fuel efficiency.

The Chevy Silverado

Heralded by many as the quintessential pickup truck, the Silverado has been the choice for millions of loyal fans and truck enthusiasts. Originally launching in 1998, the Silverado was met with immediate success, with fans and critics signaling praise for its reliable capability. Over the years, the Silverado would only be improved upon and has been produced for over twenty consecutive years. Starting with the light-duty 1500 and 2500, these would be later by supplemented with a heavy-duty line that would consist of the Silverado 2500HD and 3500HD.

The Silverado has received numerous upgrades over the years, and the latest generation, the fourth, was first unveiled with the 2019 model year. Since some time has passed since then, the fourth generation Silverado can be found in the used market at a great price. Should you go with a Silverado between the 2014 and 2019 model years, you can opt to receive the same engine that stands as the most powerful Silverado engine still in use today. This engine is a 6.2L V8 that produces 420 hp and 460 lb-ft of torque. Models between these years that are equipped with this V8 engine will have a maximum towing capacity of 12,000 lbs before it was raised to 13,300 lbs in the 2020 model.

A red 2020 Chevy Tahoe is shown from the side towing a trailing past a lake.

The Chevy Suburban and Tahoe

Full-size SUVs are one of the most sought-after vehicles for those with large families. The Chevy Suburban has been a part of the automotive industry for nearly a century, first appearing in 1935, only twenty-four years after Chevrolet first opened its doors. Of course, the automotive industry is not being what it used to be, and the Suburban has had many changes take place in its long tenure on the market. In 1994, the smaller Chevy Tahoe entered the market with the same frame and powertrain as the Suburban. The Tahoe would garner much of the same acclaim that made the Suburban so famous, but at a reduced cost with a smaller cabin. With such similarities, this leaves the decision down to both personal preference and budget.

If you're shopping for a Tahoe, we recommend starting with the 2015 model year as this marks the start of the fourth generation, which ran until 2020. These are the same model years that we also recommend if you're shopping for a Suburban instead. The 2015 Tahoe and Suburban both utilize the same 5.3L V8 and 6-speed automatic transmission. This engine will produce 355 hp and 383 lb-ft of torque, and the fuel efficiency is nearly identical too. Where the vehicles differ is within the interiors, where the Tahoe will have a maximum cargo capacity of 94.7 cu ft while the Suburban has 121.1 cu ft.

The Chevy Colorado

The Chevy Colorado was first released in 2003, and it was slated to be an entry-level pickup truck that can always exceed expectations. Shopping for a Colorado on a generational basis isn't as simple with this truck, as the first generation lasted until the model was discontinued in 2012. The Colorado wouldn't return to the US market until three years later, although the Colorado remained for sale in various international territories within that time. By 2015, we would see the return of the Colorado, bringing forth a plethora of enhancements since its last release. Ultimately, if you're shopping for a Colorado, then the ideal way to get the most bang for your buck is by starting your shopping with the 2015 model year and gradually working your way up following your budget.

Models from 2015 onwards possessed impressive performance, and they are quite easy to find on the used market nowadays. These models can be fitted with a 3.6L V6 that comes with a 6-speed (later 8-speed) automatic transmission. Equipping your Colorado with this engine will bring 305 hp and 269 lb-ft of torque (later 308 hp and 275 lb-ft), and the maximum towing capacity will be an ample 7,000 lbs. This towing capacity will be plenty for many drivers who are doing lighter towing on the side.

The Chevy Malibu

There's a strong chance you've heard of or have even ridden inside of a Malibu. However, there's also a strong chance that this Malibu you're thinking of isn't a continuation of its original production. The first Malibu model came out in 1964, and to this day, is one of the finest-looking vehicles ever designed. Perfect for families and the everyday commuter, the Malibu certainly had a successful run. In 1983, however, the reliable yet boxy and aging Malibu found itself put on hold, and after an extended period, there was no indication on whether or not it would ever make a return. Fast forward to 1997, and the new Malibu hit the scene sporting a rounded design that's more reminiscent of the ones we have today. In addition to this, the new Malibu was more powerful, efficient, and reliable than it had ever been.

When shopping for a Malibu, we recommend purchasing one that was released during either the eighth or ninth generation, although the seventh generation will also suffice for those on a stricter budget. However, it's the ninth generation that especially shines because of the available hybrid variant. Purchasing a Malibu from 2013, which was the first of the eighth generation, you can still get a turbocharged 2.0L I-4 that produces 259 hp and 295 lb-ft of torque, which is perfect for those who want both style and substance. The aforementioned hybrid model comes with a 1.8L I-4 engine alongside two motors. The result is 182 hp and 277 lb-ft of torque, and exceptional EPA-estimated ratings of 49 mpg city and 43 highway, with a combined mileage range of 598 miles. This had never been accomplished in the Malibu until the introduction of the hybrid model.

A red 2013 Chevy Corvette ZR1 is shown from the front doing a burn out on a racetrack.

The Chevy Corvette

Perhaps the most recognizable automobile that has ever been produced by the legendary manufacturer, the Corvette has been a major influence in the lives of millions of drivers and even pop culture. This sports car is built with a sleek and almost menacing design that screams performance and style. The earliest Corvettes, which are now considered collector's items, would lead the way for decades of improvements, and the popularity of the Corvette would eventually skyrocket. For many people, the Corvette is their dream car, even if they aren't a hard-core Chevy fan.

In general, a used sixth and seventh-generation Corvette will give you all of the performance and style that you would want at a significantly reduced cost against the latest generation. One of the staples of the Corvette is a supercharged V8 engine, and in the 2013 ZR1, this will produce an incredible 638 hp and 604 lb-ft of torque. This would then be increased in future models, with the 2015 through 2019 models offering a supercharged 6.2L V8 engine that produces 650 hp and 650 lb-ft of torque. And, like any worthy sports car, it can be fitted with either a manual or an automatic transmission.

Honored and Awarded Year After Year

Every year, Chevy vehicles receive numerous awards and accolades from major automotive publications like Kelly Blue Book (KBB) and organizations like J.D. Power and Associates. That means the vehicles you will find at your used Chevy dealer have earned acclaim and honors indicating just how well designed and built they truly are. It would take far too long to go over all of these hundreds of awards over the years, but we will take a moment to illustrate a small number of these accolades.

Chevy Corvette

  • 2020 and 2021 Car and Driver 10 Best
  • 2020 North American Car of the Year
  • 2020 Edmunds Top Rated: Sports Car Category

Chevy Silverado

  • 2020 KBB Best Resale Value Top 10
  • 2020 KBB 5-Year Cost to Own: Full-Size Pickup Truck
  • 2017 KBB Best Resale Value: Full-Size Pickup

Chevy Silverado HD

  • 2020 KBB Best Resale Value: Full-Size Pickup Truck – Heavy-Duty
  • 2017 JD Power “Most Dependable Large Heavy Duty Pickup”
  • ALG Innovation Award

A silver 2017 Chevy Colorado ZR2 is is shown from a high angle, driving on a dirt path kicking up sand.

Chevy Colorado

  • 2020 KBB Best Buy Award: Midsize Pickup
  • Popular Mechanics Editors’ Choice: Best Off-Roader (ZR2 Trim)
  • 2017 KBB 5-year Cost to Own (Midsize Pickup)

Chevy Tahoe

  • 2017 JD Power “Most Dependable Large SUV”
  • 2020 KBB 5-Year Cost to Own: Full-Size SUV
  • 2018 and 2019 Edmunds Buyers Most Wanted Large SUV

Chevy Equinox

  • 2020 Parent Magazine Best Cars for Teen Drivers
  • 2017 JD Power “Most Dependable Compact SUV, 3 Years in a Row”

Chevy Malibu

  • 2018 NHTSA 5-Star Overall Safety Rating
  • 2017 IIHS Top Safety Pick

A glass building is shown with a grey 2019 Chevy Malibu parked inside and a red 2019 Chevy Malibu parked outside.

We could go on, but you get the idea. Whatever model you choose at your used Chevy dealer is built upon this pedigree of excellence and distinction.

McCluskey Chevrolet: Who Are We?

Second-generation leadership has led to what McCluskey Chevrolet is today–an online and on-site dealership with roughly 300 employees and a passion for Chevrolet models. Owned and operated by Keith McCluskey, our dealership is dedicated to providing the best possible customer service. Sounds like a ploy, you say? Don't give up just yet. We've got facts to back up our claims.

The Best Service Around

A consistent failing within the auto industry is the fact that so many dealerships stick to the 9 to 5 schedules. There are some that push the closing hour to 7 or so, but overall, there's a huge lack of accessibility–particularly when it comes to vehicle maintenance. After all, we know it would be unrealistic for us to sell you a vehicle and expect that you'll service it here if we can't even work around your schedule!

We wanted to change that, which is why McCluskey Chevrolet's service department is open as late as 3:00 a.m. While there aren't many folks who bring their cars into the shop past midnight, our main goal here is to provide more flexibility. People can pick up their vehicles at 11 p.m. instead of rushing to get off work. Furthermore, night shift workers can stop by on their way to work if they're having engine troubles.

We feel that accessibility is important, but second on our importance list is comfort and fun! That's why we completely revamped our store, turning into what we believe is a true "21st Century Dealership." We've made our waiting area a blast for those who stick around to wait on their vehicle maintenance. These features include massage chairs, 80-inch HD TVs, and even an outdoor seating area that provides rentable bicycles for those who get antsy waiting.

Brand Enthusiasts and Brand Inclusivists

One important thing to note about our dealership is that we are passionate about Chevrolet because we've seen how reputable GM is after decades of working with the brand. If we can sway a customer to change from their preferred brand to Chevy, just by stating facts and showcasing models, we're happy.

However, we understand and respect brand passion (since we're enthusiasts ourselves), which is why we also focus on brand inclusivity. Our large used model selection includes everything from Honda and Hyundai to Ford and GMC. If you have a brand that you are passionate about, we will do our best to make sure you can drive away in the car you want.

Promoting Greener Energy

Chevy is part of GM's initiative to make transportation greener. In addition to promoting Chevy's new all-electric lineup, we also think it's a good plan to make our dealership "greener." We have done this by implementing outdoor solar chargers. This has played a part in McCluskey Chevy being one of few dealerships to receive Green Energy awards from GM.

Keeping Our Departments Specialized, Yet Diverse

At McCluskey, we have worked hard to make sure each department has its own space and room to grow, both physically and intellectually. We use our 7 acres in King's Automall for a unique Guest Relations Center that offers a full-service experienced tailored to making sure you feel at home while we take care of all of your automotive needs. Whether you just want to relax while our service technicians work on your car, or you want to let our sales team show you our large inventory of new and used vehicles while you wait, we will give you the experience you are looking for.

A white 2020 Chevy Bolt EV is shown parked against a brick wall.

Our Amazing Inventory

One of the things we are proudest of here at McCluskey Chevrolet is our massive inventory of truly exceptional pre-owned vehicles for you to choose from. Some dealerships rely on just having a few dozen options that might work for you–but you will usually end up with them pushing something on you that really does not meet your needs. We have hundreds of different used models available for you to choose from, so no matter what you are looking for, we can help you find it.

Within this huge inventory, we have a wide range of different options, including vehicles at all sorts of price ranges, so we can help you find a model that fits well within your budget. We also have a selection of Chevy CPO models for you to choose from, which are in the best condition possible and still offer you savings compared to brand-new vehicles.

All of our Chevy CPO models have:

  • Fewer than 75,000 miles on them and are less than six years old
  • Passed a rigorous 172-point vehicle inspection
  • A 6-year/100,000-mile powertrain limited warranty
  • A 12-month/12,000-mile bumper-to-bumper limited warranty

This gives you tremendous peace of mind that you will not find with most other used vehicles. No matter what you are looking for, we will help you find it.

Chevy's CPO Program: What It Is and Why It's So Great!

It's pretty evident that Chevrolet's CPO program is great just for its warranties and inspections alone. In short, Chevy CPO models are more thoroughly inspected than you'd think, and it doesn't stop there. These models are also repaired and made good as new before they ever receive their "certified" label.

Chevy also believes that buying a new vehicle should come with benefits, even if what's new for you has been owned by someone else in the past. Thanks to this belief, CPO buyers get two free service visits, redeemable here at our service center (which means one free year of routine oil changes and tire rotations!). Best of all, you never have to worry about buyer's remorse with Chevy. You get up to 3 days or 150 miles to return your newly-bought CPO vehicle with no fees, fines, or consequences.

CPO Bonus Offers

There are several "on-the-house" benefits available when you buy a CPO Chevy. First off, you don't have to dish out any extra cash to see the CARFAX report (of course, here at McCluskey Chevrolet, we will never charge extra to see the CARFAX report on any of our used vehicles). CARFAX leaves nothing out. If your chosen model has been through a minor accident, you'll know about it. We only sell CPO models with a clean history, but the free CARFAX report is there to secure your trust.

While most CPO Chevy models include safety features, many drivers like to explore additional security add-ons such as OnStar. Does this sound like you? The good news is that you can get the full On-Star experience trial run at no additional cost when you buy a compatible Chevrolet CPO model. This trial period is active for three months after your initial purchase, and it includes emergency services such as SOS calls, along with convenience features like smartphone controls (remote start and locks). If you don't feel it's necessary by the end of your trial period, that's no problem. There won't be any fees or commitments to worry about.

Finally, SiriusXM satellite radio is also free for a three-month period on compatible vehicles. While this is a common practice for new vehicles, Chevy believes that CPO drivers deserve this perk as well. After all, you're spending your well-earned cash on a vehicle just the same. This trial includes more than just the satellite radio service itself; it also includes online and application connectivity. Completely ad-free, you'll get the full SiriusXM experience at no cost to you. From there, you can decide if hanging onto it is worth the investment.

A red 2018 Chevy Camaro ZL1 is shown driving on a race track.

Help with Financing

We want to make it easy for you to get the vehicle you want, and that means more than simply having a large selection of the best models possible; it also means helping you afford it. That is why our financing experts do everything they can to help you figure out financing that works for you. Even if you have already secured a financing offer from a lender, we can help you take another look to make sure you cannot get a better deal somewhere else.

If you have poor credit or little credit history, we can work with you to figure out the best financing for your situation. We even offer Buy Here/Pay Here financing plans to help our customers that struggle to secure a loan from another source. No matter what we do, however, we want to be sure that you get financing that works for you and fits in your budget. There is no reason to accept something that keeps you up at night worried about how to make ends meet.

Long-Term Support

When you drive away in your vehicle, our relationship with you does not end. As your used Chevy dealer, we will be here for many years to come to help you with anything you need in order to keep enjoying your car, truck, or SUV. Our certified service center can keep your vehicle in great shape, whether you need routine maintenance or require more serious repairs. Even if you simply have questions about your vehicle and its options, we can help and ensure you get the most out of your ride.

With our factory parts department, we can get work done on your vehicle as quickly as possible. Even if you prefer to work on your car yourself, we can help you with ordering exactly the right parts you need for maintenance or repairs and get them to you fast. No matter what sort of support you need in the years to come, we will be here to help.

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McCluskey Chevrolet in the Kings Automall
9673 Kings Automall Rd
Cincinnati, OH 45249

McCluskey Chevrolet Used Car Superstore
435 E. Galbraith Rd
Cincinnati, OH 45251
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