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Chevrolet’s Most Eco-Friendly Car in 2020

2020 Electric Vehicles

Chevrolet is renowned for dependability, but recently the Chevy brand has made a name for itself with innovative technological advancements too. With environmental concerns becoming more prevalent, we’re starting to get a lot of people asking us what is the most eco-friendly car.

Chevy’s Best Cars for the Environment

Some people are surprised to find that the best electric cars in 2020 include offerings from a brand with award-winning pickups. Of course, Chevy still makes powerful V8 engines, but we’re also striving for eco-friendliness. Today, there is one Chevrolet models leading the effort to go green.

2020 Chevy Bolt EV

Chevy Bolt
The 2020 Chevy Bolt EV is the first affordable all-electric car to offer an EPA-estimated 259 miles of range on a single charge. Its long list of impressive characteristics includes some of the most technologically advanced features, requires less maintenance than a gas vehicle, and provides plenty of space for your daily activities or occasional road trip. Here’s an electric vehicle that can keep up with your busy lifestyle.

  • Up to 259 miles of electric range on a full charge
  • Offers about 100 miles of range in around 30 minutes of charge time
  • Starts at $36,620
  • Get a credit of up to $1,875(while it’s still available)

Test Drive the Top Green Cars in Arizona

Each one of these three vehicles is making a positive impact on the environment by preserving fuel. They share the ability to go the extra mile using renewable energy, and they all have their unique benefits as well. The best way to find the perfect fit for your lifestyle is to drive all three.

Test drive a new eco-friendly Chevy today by visiting your neighborhood dealership. Valley Chevy Dealers have locations all over Central Arizona. Come see one today, and we’ll show you how little fuel a Chevy test drive really requires.

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