Find the Best Deals Right off I-5 at Brad’s Cottage Grove Chevrolet

By Sonia Isotov

Buyers from all over the Eugene area are making the drive down I-5 to Cottage Grove Chevrolet!

For over 18 years, Brad’s Cottage Grove Chevrolet, a family-owned and operated Chevrolet dealership, has served the cities of Cottage Grove, Springfield, and Eugene. As many as 325 new and used vehicles are in stock ensuring a great selection.

Cottage Grove Chevrolet has both new or certified used vehicles and every purchase comes with a 117-point check. Vehicles also comes with a warranty and an auto-check certified history.

Shop in Cottage Grove with the trained sales available to answer all questions about the purchase.

The GM Certified Service department has the expertise to perform a wide range of GM services. From routine maintenance to critical repairs, Brad’s Chevy takes the stress out of servicing vehicles.

ASE and GM Certified Service technicians ensure repairs are completed to factory specifications. Technicians are continuously updating their skills with the latest training.

Service staff in the parts department at Cottage Grove Chevrolet can help with any replacement parts a car requires. Authentic GM accessories are used to outfit vehicles and receive a free 27-pt safety inspection before leaving.

Financing is available from Brad’s Chevy’s whether it is a purchase or a lease on a new or used vehicle. Finance team which works with local and national banks to help finance customer purchases. Is it time for an oil change? Are warning lights flashing in the dashboard? Make an appointment at Brad’s Chevy. 

Brad’s Cottage Grove Chevrolet
Location: 2775 Row River Road, Cottage Grove, OR 97424
Phone: (877) 879-6074
Hours of Operations: M-Sat 8:30 AM – 7:00 PM, Sun 10
AM – 6 PM
Website: https://www.bradschevy.com/

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