“Chevy has a great line-up of trucks, SUVs, and cars…”
For the last 2-3 months the Midwest and surrounding states have been ravaged by drought. We hear horror stories of ranches selling their livestock because they have no way to feed them. Creek beds and waterways are drying up. Farmers are choosing not to irrigate because they can’t afford to irrigate 24/7 and they can’t save an already lost crop. Farmers who couldn’t afford to irrigate are watching they’re livelihood shrivel up and waste away to nothing.
Driving down the road, tears come to my eyes and I think of my 75 year old grandpa, who still farms but is one who can’t afford irrigation. My family it one who relies on pastureland and alfalfa to raise cattle, but due to lack of moisture we’re sadly watching everything go dormant and we aren’t due for rain until September.
Unfortunately, if we don’t get rain soon, we’ll watch food and gas prices sky rocket. But there is some good news to this “never-ending” bad new, and that is that car manufactures are watching gas prices go up and they’re doing something to alleviate our concerns. They’re building more fuel efficient vehicles, even for truck series. Chevrolet has a great line-up of trucks, SUVs, and cars that’ll help with pressure of inflating gas prices.
Even though it only comes in a 2WD, it holds a lot of power for a Hybrid. However, a “fuel-efficient, full-size pick-up” seems comparable to an oxymoron. The 2012 Silverado Hybrid delivers 20 MPG in the city and 23 on the highway and that’s only the beginning. The 2012 Chevrolet Silverado Hybrid also supplies the legendary performance expected of the Chevy truck; 367 lb.-ft. of torque, 332 horsepower, up to 6,100 lbs. of towing capacity and 1,527 lbs. for payload.
You may be concerned about the Chevy Tahoe Hybrid not rising to the challenge, but those worries are misplaced. With its EPA-estimated 20 MPG in the city and 23 on the highway the Tahoe offers best-in-class fuel-economy, plus 332 horsepower, 362 lbs.-ft. of torque and 6,200 pounds of towing capacity. Be excited! The 2012 Chevy Tahoe Hybrid is the most fuel-efficient, full-size SUV amongst the competition.
It’ll go the distance while conserving energy. The ECTOEC® 2.4 liter direct injection 4-cylinder engine works with the 15 kW electric motor generator to conserve fuel when it’s not needed. The engine also delivers and impressive economy with an estimated 37 MPG on the highway along with 182 horsepower. The 2013 Chevrolet Malibu ECO converts power to energy storing it for when you really need it.
It’s equipped with a powerful and efficient 1.4-liter turbocharged engine and components to help reduce drag and optimize aerodynamics. The Cruze ECO has special light weight 17” wheels wrapped in ultra-low-rolling resistance tires improving efficiency. In every way Chevrolet has optimized fuel-economy and efficiency.
The 2012 Chevrolet Volt is original and unique to say the least. With two sources of energy you’re looking at power and fuel-economy that can only mean Volt. There is an electric source-a battery-that allows you to drive gas-free for an EPA-estimated 35 miles. There is also and onboard gas generator that produces electricity meaning the Volt gets a total of 375 miles on a fuel tank of gas. Talk about best of both worlds!
Small car, big heart! It achieved 0-60 mph in 7.8 seconds on the test track with the available ECOTEC® 1.4L turbocharged engine. The Sonic offers a 40 mpg on the highway, fine-tuned agility plus extensive features for convenience, entertainment and safety. It was on the 2012 Top Safety Pick. The 2012 Chevrolet Sonic is a car with attitude with stability and it’s in your style too, sedan or hatchback.
They call it a crossover for its modern lifestyle. Meticulous craftsmanship and appealing lines, and an EPA-estimated 32 mpg on the highway, the Equinox offers fuel-economy that outranks the competition. The 2012 Chevrolet Equinox can travel up to 600 highway miles on a single tank. It’ll be a cross over you won’t regret.
For 50 years, the Chevrolet Impala has delivered excellence in a sedan millions have come to rely on. But the reputation rebuilds itself year after year. It’s a mix of fuel-size comfort and midsize car efficiency offering up to 30 mpg on the beloved old highway. The new 3.6L V6 engine and 6-speed automatic transmission join together for luxurious smoothness in all conditions and its been the same for five decades.
Chevrolet is out to grant your wishes. With its awe-inspiring design, pulse-racing performance and impressive efficiency. The Camaro V6 is light-weight and more powerful-323 horsepower with the same impressive fuel-efficiency: 30 mpg on the highway on the a 6-speed automatic transmission. Direct injection and variable valve timing combine to ensure you’re getting the most from every mile.
“Come in and test drive one for yourself…”
I know this drought is a downer, the heat is getting to us all, but that doesn’t mean we can’t still have some fun behind the wheel while conserving energy and saving fuel. Form hybrids and electrics to ECOs, Chevrolet has a wide selection for you to choose from. Whether you’re looking to pack in a spouse, 4 kids, and a dog or just a vehicle built for two and whirlwind speed, fuel economy is no longer an issue, because there is a vehicle for you. And you can find it at Sid Dillon.
Sid Dillon is the place to go when looking for your new fuel-efficient vehicle. Car, truck, hatchback, sedan, or coupe; don’t let the opportunity drive by. Come in and test drive one for yourself and you’ll see what the big deal is, and your pocket book with thank you too.
Incoming search terms:
- camaro 2012 blue
- camaro ss 2012 blue
- blue chevy camaro 2012
- blue 2012 chevy camaro
- 2012 blue chevy camaro