Energy-Saving Chevrolet Bolt Has Already Spared 175K Gallons of Gas

Energy-Efficient Chevrolet Bolt In Bolivar, MO
The Beautiful Chevrolet Bolt

Energy-Saving Chevrolet Bolt

The super-efficient 2017 Chevrolet Bolt isn’t even available throughout the entire country yet, but according to reports, drivers have already covered more than 4.5 million miles with their Chevy Bolt vehicles, which adds up to some serious savings.

Gasoline Savings

This means that Chevy Bolt drivers have saved an estimated 175,000 gallons of gasoline, compared to 4.5 million miles driven in a standard, gasoline-powered vehicle that gets 26 miles per gallon, an average-to-good rate.

Vehicle Range

Of course, the Chevrolet Bolt is entirely electric, able to travel up to 238 miles on a full charge without running out of power. That’s way more than an average driver uses in a single day, meaning most drivers never run out of power.

Availability

By this summer, the 2017 Chevy Bolt is scheduled to be available nationwide—as opposed to now, when less than ten states have the vehicle for sale. And if Bolt drivers have already saved so much gasoline, think about how much will be saved by this time next year!

Learn More

If you would like to learn more about the incredible, energy-saving Chevrolet Bolt, or any other Chevrolet model, don’t hesitate to give us a call or stop by anytime at Bill Roberts Chevrolet.

Three Ways to Celebrate Earth Day

Every day we should work harder to become more conscientious of our planet. It needs our care, and Earth Day is a great reminder of that. At Bill Roberts Chevrolet, we like to celebrate Earth Day through ways that will continue beyond this one spring weekend. Here are some of our favorite celebrations.

 

Create Greener Driving

Earth Day is a great day to ride your bike to work or the grocery store. However, we know that this transportation isn’t always practical. So instead, learn how you can make your vehicle more efficient. Clear our clutter so your engine works less, get regular maintenance for optimum efficiency, and create a habit of driving in a way that uses the least amount of gas possible.

 

Start a Garden

Make it your goal this Earth Day to plant some herbs or vegetables. You can start small, and watch your food grow. It’s a good feeling to be in control of your own resources, and with some time you can grow a garden that’s big enough to provide fresh fruits and vegetables regularly.

 

Learn How to Compost

Composting is a great way to reduce waste and feed your garden, and Earth Day is the perfect nudge to get you going. The internet is full of tips for first-time composters that will have you going in no time.