As demand for fuel-saving vehicles grows, more automakers are producing electric and gasoline-alternative cars, including Chevrolet. Chevrolet manages to produce two exceptional electric vehicles that give you the advantage of improved fuel economy while still providing all the classic benefits of a Chevrolet, including premium technology and safety features. Chevrolet's electric cars are designed to charge quickly on the road, and you can also charge them at home. Chevrolet currently has two electric vehicles in production, which are the Bolt EV and the Bolt EUV. You'll find much to enjoy with both cars, and there are multiple trims available in both models to provide you with maximum options and choices for your next car.
The Chevrolet Equinox has a reputation for being reliable. However, the importance of routine maintenance cannot be emphasized enough. A lack of regular servicing is bound to cause repair costs to rise. To find your specific model recommend maintenance intervals, always refer to the vehicle owner's manual. Here's an overview of the typical Chevrolet Equinox service intervals.
The 2022 Chevy Bolt returns with a fresh new design and many notable updates in 2022. This year's Bolt is still produced as an electric vehicle (EV) hatchback. For the first time, the Bolt is also available as a EUV, which is a variation of the Bolt that runs entirely on electricity. The Chevy Bolt and Bolt EUV both get distinctive styling and a well-equipped interior with plenty of safety features, technology, and creature comforts. As to be expected with an electric-based powertrain, the Bolt also excels in fuel economy and range.