Even though the NASCAR season is just kicking off, the team Chevrolet
team is already flexing its proverbial muscles on the track. In the first three
races, the team secured one outright win and claimed numerous spots in the top
The second race of the NASCAR Xfinity Series saw driver R.
Sieg peak at fourth place, but seven other Chevrolet drivers finished in the
top 10, with team members also claiming spots 11-15. The following race in
Fontana, California, was even more impressive.
Alex Bowman won by a landslide and was accompanied in the
top 10 by three other Chevy racers in third, fourth and seventh places. If
that’s not enough, the team collectively led 127 laps out of 200, which amounts
to more than 60 percent of the total race.
This represents a significant improvement over last year’s NASCAR season, in which Chevy didn’t pull in a win until the 10th race. Some people have speculated that the team’s impressive performance is due in part to the new Camaros that the team drives. In an interview following the race, Bowman stated, “I think the new body has helped us a lot, the new Camaro. Any change we make, we make for a reason, and Chevy did a good job with that car.”
It may not have the high-performance tweaks as Alex Bowman’s race-winning ride, but you can get behind the wheel of your own 2020 Camaro right here at Stokes Automotive.
A favorite Jeep® trim is now making its way to
two of the brand’s more rugged vehicles: the Gladiator and the Wrangler.
Currently offered on most of the Jeep® lineup, the High Altitude
trim is now the most premium trim available on both vehicles.
According to Jeep® spokesman Jim Morrison, “Our new Jeep® Wrangler and Gladiator High Altitude are in direct response to customers who continue to ask for even more luxurious materials, premium content and technology in two of the most capable vehicles that we’ve ever offered.”
The High Altitude editions of the Gladiator and Wrangler
will feature a sumptuous, all-leather interior that covers door panels, the
dashboard, the seats, and the center console. Both the Gladiator and the
Wrangler High Altitude editions will feature body color-matched exteriors
adorned with glossy black accents and 20-inch all-season Bridgestone tires.
As you would expect, the High Altitude trim is replete with
advanced technology. A massive 8.4-inch Uconnect touchscreen offers Apple
CarPlay® support and GPS navigation services that you can use while rocking out
with the eight-speaker premium Alpine sound system. Top-of-the-line safety and
convenience features like remote keyless entry, rear parking sensors, Blind
Spot Monitoring, and automatic high beams are also included in the package.
The 2020 Jeep® Wrangler and Gladiator High Altitude editions will arrive at Stokes Automotive CDJR in mid-2020. Contact us to learn more.