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Rochester, NY

About Rochester, NY



About Doan Chevrolet near Rochester, NY

Founded in 1982 as Doan Buick, we have blossomed into the Doan Family of Dealerships – a seven-location, multi-franchise operation. We pride ourselves on our award-winning service and unbeatable selection of new and pre-owned vehicles. Our state-of-the-art facility is full of ASE-Certified technicians and fully trained staff that are here to make sure that you have the best service possible so you continue to come back year after year. Visit us today and let us show you how Doan delivers!

  • Flat Screen TV in Waiting Area
  • Wi-Fi and Coffee in the Customer Lounge
  • Service Shuttle Available
  • Parts & Accessories Center
  • Flat Screen TV in Waiting Area
  • Wi-Fi and Coffee in the Customer Lounge
  • Service Shuttle Available
  • Parts & Accessories Center
About Rochester, NY

Located on the southern shore of Lake Ontario, Rochester, New York, was one of America's first boomtowns and rose to its prominence as the site of many flour mills. It is the third largest city in the New York State and is a six-hour drive from New York City, 3.5 hours from Toronto and 90 minutes from Niagara Falls. During the month of May, Rochester holds the world's largest lilac collection at Highland Park's Lilac Festival. So no matter what season you come to visit Rochester, there is always something to do! Come check out one of New York's most breathtaking cities today!

Main Attractions
  • Seneca Park Zoo
  • Highland Park
  • Frontier Field
Notable Landmarks
  • University of Rochester: Ranked as on the best universities in the nation by U.S. News & World Report for 2014, this university is known for its nursing school and Simon School of Business.
  • Susan B. Anthony House: This was the home of Susan B. Anthony for 40 years while she was a national figure in the women's rights movement. Today, you can take tours of this historic house.
  • Mt. Hope Cemetery: It is in this Victorian-era cemetery where historic figures such as Susan B. Anthony, Frederick Douglass and George B. Selden are buried.