Wm. L Morris Chevrolet Now Part of Walters Bayer Auto Group as Simi Valley Chevrolet

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The Walters Bayer Automotive Group adds to their portfolio by opening their seventh dealership in Southern California, Simi Valley Chevrolet.

We look forwarding to continuing the 85 year tradition of serving the community with integrity and dedication.

Simi Valley Chevrolet has announced its grand opening to become the premier Chevrolet dealer and pre-owned car resource in Simi Valley, Northridge, Thousand Oaks and surrounding areas. The location was previously known as WM L. Morris Chevrolet, a longtime staple of the Simi Valley community.

"We look forwarding to continuing the 85 year tradition of serving the community with integrity and dedication,” commented General Manager, Steve Gaines on the transition. The facility which offers one of the largest selection of New Chevrolet models, certified pre-owned vehicles, pre-owned vehicles and an expansive service department has remained open during this change. Simi Valley Chevrolet is now part of the Walters Bayer Automotive group, one of the fastest growing auto groups in the country.

Simi Valley Chevrolet boasts the largest selection of Chevy Trucks and Chevy Cars in Simi Valley, and wants to be a major destination for car shoppers in the surrounding areas. Chevrolet Vehicles kept in stock include the Chevrolet Silverado, Chevy Tahoe, Camaro, Chevy Volt, Malibu, and many other popular Chevy models including the Corvette Stingray.

Steve Gaines has vowed to offer pricing lower than Friend & Family, Employee Pricing, and even better deals than Cash for Clunkers. The location has set a goal to finance anyone regardless of credit history, which is expected to draw consumers with bad credit to the car buying experience.

As the only New Chevrolet Dealership in the Valley, Simi Valley Chevrolet will continue to serve the community with outstanding sales and service, as well as provide the most competitive pricing on all new and pre owned vehicles during its grand opening.

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