Ray Chevrolet Dealership Chicago, IL
Ray Chevrolet has been serving the residents of Chicago, IL and surrounding Chicagoland area for over 40 years. We offer a great selection of new and quality pre-owned Chevy vehicles and are ready to serve all of your automotive needs. Choose Ray Chevrolet as your trusted Chicago Chevy dealership and see what sets us apart from all other Chicago Chevrolet dealerships. Whether you're interested in a new Chevy Convertible or a used Chevy Tahoe, we are confident we will be able to find the perfect Chevrolet vehicle to fit your automotive needs. Start shopping today and browse our new Chevrolet inventory online.
Why Choose Ray Chevrolet?
Ray Chevrolet is located just an hour Northwest of Chicago with a friendly staff dedicated to finding you the perfect vehicle to fit all of your needs. With an award-winning service department and highly trained staff, we are proud to be named one of the top selling Chevrolet dealerships in all of Illinois. Our dedication to providing each guest with the highest level of customer service keeps our customers coming back again and again. Here, you are treated like family and are guaranteed a car shopping experience that will exceed your highest expectations.
We are located at 39 N. Route 12 Fox Lake, IL and encourage all Chicago residents to choose Ray Chevrolet as their trusted Chicago Chevy dealership! here at Ray Chevrolet, we have the best selection of new Chevrolet vehicles in the Chicagoland area. Don't wait to find your new Chevy!
About Chicago, IL
Located about an hour Southeast of Fox Lake, Chicago, IL has become one of the most global and influential cities in the country. In 1883 Mark Twain quoted, “It is hopeless for the occasional visitor to keep up with Chicago. With the constant hustle and bustle going on, it is no surprise this windy city has such a well known reputation of being constantly active and every-changing." People of all nationalities come to Chicago to pursue the American dream.
With great attractions including the Museum of Science and Industry and the famous Bean sculpture, it makes sense that the city brought in a record-breaking 46 million visitors in 2012. The area started out focusing on railroad traffic and has now become the nation’s busiest aviation center thanks to O’Hare International Airport and Midway Airport. Interestingly enough, Chicago was the birthplace of many common items used every day including the refrigerated rail car, car radio, and TV remote control.