Chevy Offers Seven Different Fuel Efficient Cars


Chevy Cars That Get at Least 30 MPG

One of the biggest priorities for new car shoppers is fuel efficiency, as gas prices refuse to drop, making it expensive to own a larger vehicle. Just about every automaker has a few fuel efficient cars, but if you’re looking for a wide selection, you’ve come to the right place. That’s because there are seven Chevy cars that get at least 30 mpg, all of which are currently available here at Chevy Exchange near Lake Forest IL.

The seven fuel efficient Chevy cars have a range of fuel economy ratings that stretches all the way from 30 mpg to 42 mpg, and as there are so many vehicles to choose from, finding a fuel efficient car that also fulfills your automotive needs in terms of style and performance has never been easier. Now you can hit the roads of Lake Forest in style without worrying about spending a great deal of money at the pumps.

Among the Chevy cars that get at least 30 mpg are the Chevy Camaro, Cruze, Equinox, Impala, Malibu, Sonic and Volt. If you’re familiar with the Chevy lineup, you likely know that all of those vehicles come in a number of sizes, so you can pretty much rest assured that at least one is capable of catering to you.

The most efficient of the seven fuel efficient Chevy cars is the 2014 Chevy Cruze Turbo Diesel, which is currently available here at our dealership in Lake Bluff IL. The standard gas-powered 2014 Chevy Cruze is also able to achieve more than 30 mpg, but when equipped with the diesel engine, the Chevy Cruze is extremely efficient. The powerful and efficient engine is able to pull in an astounding highway rating of 42 mpg.

With so many efficient models to choose from, we can understand if you have a hard time finding the car that is right for you. We suggest that you start by browsing through our new car inventory. If you come across something that catches your eye, be sure to schedule a test drive. That way all you have to do is stop by our dealership and take it for a spin. You’re not far from saving a great deal of money on gas.