Chevy offers cleaner-burning E85
For the past ten years, Chevrolet has been producing vehicles capable of running on a biofuel that grows primarily from the earth. E85 ethanol is a mostly renewable fuel source made from U.S.-grown grain products. In the future, E85 will be made increasingly from agriculture, forest and municipal waste. E85 biofuel burns cleaner than gasoline and can help decrease our dependence on petroleum. E85 biofuel consists of 85% ethanol, 15% gasoline and generally has a higher octane rating than gasoline, which can result in slightly higher horsepower and torque levels.
Chevrolet offers more E85 FlexFuel-capable vehicle choices than any other brand. Availability of E85 ethanol varies by state at more than 1,900 stations across the country.
Chevrolet has been pushing the limits of fuel efficiency for years so you can be confident your vehicle is getting the most out of every drop of fuel. From XFE and Eco models, to Hybrids and Extended Range Vehicles, we've explored various options to find the ones best suited for your life. But we won't stop there.
We're committed to finding and developing new solutions every day to meet the growing demand for better fuel economy without ever sacrificing performance. Because in the end, we're committed to you and the life you're leading.
Find An E85 Station Near You
Visit the U.S. Department of Energy, Alternative Fuels Data Center, Alternative Fueling Station Locator page, to find an E85 fueling station near you using the interactive map, zip code or city/state search tool.