Chevrolet Fuel Economy Tops Competition


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Chevrolet mpg fuel economy ratings versus competition. We stock 10 models rated 30 mpg hwy or more! If you have any fuel economy questions or would like to see/drive vehicles in person call Westphal Chevy at 630.898.9630. Thanks.

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Chevrolet Fuel Economy Tops Competition

  1. 1. Stock to Meet As gas prices increase, so does a new-car buyer’s consideration of fuel economy when choosing a vehicle.CUSTOMER DEMAND And with per gallon costs hovering near the $4 mark nationally, you’ll likely notice more customers MPG stopping by your showroom to check out our advertised fuel economy leaders — the 2012 Cruze Eco, 2012 Sonic with the 1.4L turbo engine and the all-new 2013 Malibu Eco. for More Make sure you have the stock to meet the demand — and to communicate the key benefits of these vehicles to your customers. Here’s a look at Cruze, Sonic and Malibu fuel economy numbers and annual fuel costs, along with how they compare to the top sellers in each vehicle’s respective segment.Segment-leading Unsurpassed Exceptional42 CRUZE2012 40 SONIC 2012 37 MALIBUCruze Eco 1.4L turbo manual: Sonic 1.4L manual: 2013 Malibu Eco 2.4L automatic with eAssist: 28 city/42 highway, $1,700 annual fuel cost1 29 city/40 highway, $1,700 annual fuel cost1 25 city/37 highway, $1,950 annual fuel cost1Cruze Eco 1.4L turbo automatic: Sonic 1.4L automatic: 2012 Malibu 2.4L automatic: 26 city/39 highway, $1,850 annual fuel cost1 27 city/37 highway, $1,850 annual fuel cost1 22 city/33 highway, $2,200 annual fuel cost1Cruze 1.4L manual: Sonic 1.8L manual: 2012 Malibu 3.6L automatic: 26 city/38 highway, $1,900 annual fuel cost1 26 city/35 highway, $1,950 annual fuel cost1 17 city/26 highway, $2,850 annual fuel cost1Cruze 1.4L automatic: Sonic 1.8L automatic: 2013 Malibu 2012 Toyota 2012 Honda 26 city/38 highway, $1,900 annual fuel cost1 25 city/35 highway, $2,050 annual fuel cost1 Eco Camry LE Accord SECruze 1.8L manual: MPG city 25 25 23 25 city/36 highway, $1,950 annual fuel cost1 2012 Sonic 2012 Ford 2012 Honda (1.4L manual) Fiesta SES SFE Fit Sport MPG highway 37 35 34Cruze 1.8L automatic: MPG city 29 29 27 Annual fuel 22 city/35 highway, $2,100 annual fuel cost1 costs1 $1,950 $2,050 $2,100 MPG highway 40 40 33 2012 Cruze Eco 2012 Ford 2012 Honda Annual fuel (1.4L manual) Focus SE SFE Civic HF costs1 $1,700 $1,700 $1,950 Malibu Eco can’t be beat by Camry or Accord in fuel economy and gives customers more features: MPG city 28 28 29 Sonic is unsurpassed by Fiesta and Fit in fuel + 7-inch color touch-screen with MPG highway 42 40 41 economy and gives customers: concealed storage Annual fuel + Chevrolet MyLink connectivity costs1 $1,700 $1,700 $1,700 + More standard air bags (10 total) + More shoulder room and rear leg room + An available 9-speaker sound system + More available horsepower and torque + An available navigation systemCruze bests Focus and Civic in highway MPGand gives customers: + Better NHTSA overall crash test safety rating + Best-in-class 10 standard air bags of 5 stars + More cargo space + More front head room and front-seat leg room + More standard features including leather- wrapped steering wheel, Bluetooth® More MPG means more money in your customers’ pockets. Show connectivity and Sirius XM Satellite Radio them how Chevrolet’s fuel economy leaders can make a difference at1 Estimates are from, based on 45 percent highway driving,55 percent city driving, 15,000 annual miles and fuel prices as of March 19, 2012. the gas pump with the fuel cost calculator.