Chevrolet has many models that offer an EPA-estimated 30 MPG highway† or better to take you further down whatever road you happen to be on. Fuel is never wasted on models equipped with available stop/start technology, and with plenty of diesel and electric vehicle options to choose from we’ve got you covered when it comes to going the distance.
Go the extra mile with a variety of electric and hybrid vehicle options from Chevrolet. Whether it's the new all-electric Bolt EV with an estimated range of more than 200 miles per charge† or a hybrid that gets up to an EPA-estimated 420 miles† with a full charge and a full tank of gas, all you have to think about is where you’re going next.
A compact combination of efficiency and power is a fitting way to describe Chevy’s small car lineup. With models like the 2017 Sonic that can get an EPA-estimated 38 MPG highway†, courtesy of an available fuel-efficient 1.4L turbocharged engine, you can expect fewer stops for gas and more money in your wallet.
Chevrolet has a selection of stylish sedans and hatchbacks that take efficiency to the next level so you can get the most out of every gallon. Vehicles like the 2017 Malibu sedan offer an EPA-estimated 36 MPG highway† because its turbocharged 1.5L ECOTEC® engine utilizes proven fuel-saving† features like Variable Valve Timing, Direct Injection and stop/start technology.
Chevrolet crossovers and crossover SUVs are practical and fuel-efficient. With a standard 1.4L turbocharged ECOTEC® engine the 2017 Trax can achieve an EPA-estimated 33 MPG highway†, and models equipped with an Eco button allow drivers to maximize their MPG every time they hit the road.
Choose from a powerful selection of capable trucks that deliver impressive efficiency and potent performance. New to the Colorado lineup is the available Duramax® 2.8L Turbo-Diesel engine that provides available best-in-class torque, towing capacity and fuel economy at 31 MPG highway.† No wonder it’s America’s most fuel-efficient pickup.†
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2017 Trax FWD – EPA-estimated 25 MPG city/33 MPG hwy
2017 Cruze Premier Hatch – EPA-estimated 28 MPG city/37 MPG hwy
2017 Bolt Premier EV – EPA-estimated 119 MPG
Based on GM testing. Official EPA estimates not yet available. Actual range varies with conditions.
Based on EPA estimates. Visit fueleconomy.gov for details.
2017 Sonic Premier RS Hatchback – EPA-estimated 28 MPG city/38 MPG hwy
Malibu Premier with 2.0L engine – EPA-estimated 22 MPG city/33 MPR hwy
EPA-estimated 22 MPG city/31 highway: Colorado 2WD with available Duramax 2.8L Turbo-Diesel 4-cylinder engine.
2017 Impala Premier V6 - EPA estimated 19 MPG city/28 MPG hwy
2017 Trax Premier AWD – EPA estimated 24 MPG city/30 MPG hwy
2017 Volt Premiere - EPA-estimated 106 MPGe combined city/hwy and 42 MPG combined city/hwy
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.
2017 Colorado Z71 4WD – EPA-estimated 20 MPG city/28 MPG hwy