Common Chevy Parts to Upgrade

Executive Chevrolet

Your Chevy does a lot for you, especially if you’re driving it every day. Repeated use of a vehicle inevitably causes some wear and tear, so we’re here to let you know which Chevy parts you should check on and upgrade most often.

Maintaining these parts is essential for your safety and the safety of others on the road. Luckily, our skilled technicians at Executive Chevrolet can help you make sure they’re all up to date and installed properly.

Tires

It should come as no surprise that maintaining your tires is one of the most important things you can do for your car. If your tire tread is starting to look worn out or if there is any visible damage, it might be time to schedule a service appointment.

Once you’re ready to change your tires, you can explore our Chevy tire inventory here at our dealership to find the perfect fit for your vehicle.

Brakes

While your tires are designed to keep your car moving, your brakes are tasked with stopping your car at any given moment. Once you start hearing squeaking when you hit the brakes or experiencing delays in coming to a complete stop, it’s time to upgrade your Chevy brakes.

There are also warning lights on your dashboard that will let you know when to change your brakes. Waiting too long to do so could be dangerous to you and others on the road, so make sure to be diligent about changing your brake pads.

Battery

The battery is essentially the heart of your car, so it’s important to keep it properly maintained and upgraded as needed. If it takes a while to get your car to start or if your car has been sitting a long time without being driven, then it’s time for a fresh battery. You will also see warning lights on your dashboard that indicate complications that may not be easy to detect.

No matter what parts you’re trying to upgrade, our Chevrolet dealership makes it easy to order parts online. We will make sure that you get the highest quality products and installation services so you can get the most out of your car. Stop by today with any further questions!