By: Macy Goodnight | Category: Automotive | Issue: May 2018
The Suburban Chevrolet Parts and Service Team
Vehicle maintenance is top priority for responsible car and truck owners. Finding the right place to service a vehicle can sometimes be daunting. Whether it is time for scheduled maintenance or repairs are needed, the experience and training of the service staff is key.
The Parts and Service Department at Suburban Chevrolet in Claremore has been offering the highest quality vehicle maintenance for 34 years. Ben Perry recently took over management of the department as Director, and he is excited to join a team that collectively has over 222 years of experience in servicing Chevy vehicles. Ben and his advisor, Jeff Cantrell, lead a team of experts offering the best service with hometown hospitality. “We bring our collective experience to the table for you to get your vehicle serviced properly by people who know what they’re doing,” Ben said.
The Chevy brand is almost 100 years old, and Ben Perry is proud to be a part of it. Chevy is known for the reliable, quality vehicles they manufacturer. However, routine maintenance of any vehicle will extend its life, and keep it on the road. Ben and his team stay abreast of new technology and training, exceeding industry standards, to offer the best in service and parts to their valued customers. “We as a team are trained specifically for your vehicle to be able to take care of it, service it, and keep that product that you purchased running like it’s supposed to,” Ben said.
The Suburban Chevrolet Parts and Service team is proud to offer friendly, quick service, and are ready to serve. Suburban Chevrolet also offers a loaner program (scheduled) for added benefit.
The Parts and Service Department at Suburban Chevrolet is open Monday-Friday, 7am-6pm, and on Saturday from 8am-2pm. They are closed on Sundays. For more information, visit them on the web at www.claremorechevy.com, or call (888) 712-6009.
1300 S Lynn Riggs Blvd | Claremore, OK 74017
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