Business Takes Delivery of Chevrolet Low Cab Forwards
Photo of Chevrolet Low Cab Forward truck courtesy of General Motors,
Harmony Outdoor Power Equipment in Auburn, Ind., is the first small business to take delivery of the new Chevrolet Low Cab Forward truck.
“Now that Chevrolet is in the Low Cab Forward business, I can consolidate my business with one company for sales and service,” said Don Harter, owner of Harmony Outdoor Power Equipment. “It makes our entire organization more efficient.”
Harter chose a diesel powertrain to pull a custom-designed bed with a ramp. According to GM, the business uses the truck nearly every day to deliver heavy outdoor equipment to customers, and with more than 5,000 miles on the Low Cab Forward already, the investment is paying off.
“My drivers love how this truck maneuvers like a car and they also appreciate the quiet ride in the cab,” said Harter. “We are already seeing significantly improved fuel economy with the new Chevrolet Low Cab Forward, which makes it a great choice from a financial perspective.”
The Chevrolet Low Cab Forward with a diesel engine starts at $48,375 and the gasoline engine version starts at $40,900. Low Cab Forward suggested MSRPs include a destination charge but exclude tax, title, license and dealer fees. Harter ordered his Chevrolet from Summit City Chevrolet, one of more than 250 Chevrolet dealerships across the country that sell and service Low Cab Forward trucks.
Harter took advantage of a new GM Financial commercial lease product called Right TRAC, which, according to GM, can lower monthly payments with flexible residuals and no excess mileage and wear-and-tear charges.
For more information, please visit www.chevrolet.com/lcf.