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You can go the distance

Chevrolet offers a variety of electric and hybrid vehicles that put gas stations in your rearview. The 2016 Spark EV and the All-Electric 2017 Bolt EV take electric vehicles to a whole new level with impressive range. The new 2017 Volt offers the best of both worlds with an electric charge that seamlessly switches to a gasoline-powered generator when your charge runs out. And the all-new 2016 Malibu Hybrid offers efficiency that you never expected.

Pure. Electric. Fun.

Spark EV features an innovative electric
propulsion system that’s paired with a
lithium-ion battery. That’s how Spark EV can
achieve 0 to 60 in 7.2 seconds. Whoa.

2017 Bolt EV: All-Electric Vehicle | Chevrolet

All electric. All efficient.

The 2017 Bolt EV is an all-electric vehicle offering an estimated more than 200 miles of range per charge for an affordable price. Want to know how much energy you’ve used? There’s a 10.2-inch diagonal center display screen that conveniently shows information such as your battery level.

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Head-turning style with exceptional efficiency

Malibu Hybrid can help you get the most out of every gallon offering an estimated 47 MPG city. The innovative Driver Efficiency Gauge gives you feedback on how your driving habits affect your fuel economy.

2017 Volt: Hybrid-Electric Cars | Chevrolet

The electric car redefined

Volt is powered by two electric motors that work in unison to offer up to 53 pure electric miles on a single charge and a range of up to 420 miles with a full charge and a full tank of gas. By charging regularly, Chevrolet expects owners to drive 1,000 miles between fill-ups.

  • 1 3 Malibu Hybrid EPA-estimated 47 MPG city/46 highway.
  • 2 2 Spark EV - 128 Hwy/109 City, 119 Combined. Bolt EV - 116 MPGe combined city/hwy. Based on GM testing. EPA-estimate not yet available.
  • 3 †Fuel Economy Disclosure: Malibu Hybrid EPA-estimated 47 MPG city/46 highway.
  • 4 †Electric Miles Disclosure: EPA-estimated 53-mile range based on 106 MPGe combined city/highway (electric); 367-mile extended range based on 42 MPG combined city/highway (gas). Actual range varies with conditions.
  • 5 †Charge Disclosure: Based on GM testing. Official EPA estimates not yet available. Actual range varies with conditions.
  • 6 †MPG Disclosure: EPA-estimated 47 MPG city.

Destination Freight Charges

To allow you to do an accurate price comparison with prices featured on other Internet sites, GM provides Internet pricing both with and without the Destination Freight Charge (see prices including Destination Freight Charge below). To get full pricing details, go to our Build Your Own section.