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Chevy Volt Picked For Carbon Neutral “GreenHouse”

November 11, 2009

2011 Chevrolet Volt Production Show Car

As a Coachella Valley, Chevrolet dealer, we see every day how interested Californians are in fuel-efficient and environmentally friendly vehicles. So it’s heartening to see that, across the country, a show house displaying eco-friendly design and construction has selected the Chevrolet Volt as its vehicle of choice.

The Chevrolet Volt, to be released in November of next year, will be the first mass-market automobile to reach triple digit fuel economy (300+ miles). It will plug in to the grid for its power, making this an ideal car for the CharityWorks GreenHouse.

Back on the West Coast, you don’t have to wait until next fall, or live in a carbon neutral show house, to benefit from Chevrolet’s fuel efficient vehicles right now. In fact, Chevrolet offers 8 different models that top 30 miles per gallon (highway) EPA fuel estimation (that’s more models than either Toyota or Honda).

Fuel efficient models on the road right now include the Aveo5 (34 mpg), Aveo Sedan (34 mpg), Cobalt XFE (37 mpg), Cobalt (33 mpg), HHR (32 mpg), HHR Panel (32 mpg), Malibu (33 mpg), and Malibu Hybrid (34 mpg).

So why wait? Stop by our Coachella Valley Chevrolet dealership, located right in Cathedral City, to choose the eco-friendly (and budget-friendly) Chevy fuel efficient vehicle for you. Whether you’re from Palm Springs, La Quinta, Palm Desert, Indio, or Calimesa, Yucaipa, Hemet, Banning/Beaumont, or anywhere in between, we would be glad to help you find the right vehicle for you.

 

We’d love to answer any questions you may have, please call us at 800-900-KARS or email: jessupautoplaza@gmail.com.

View our entire Jessup Auto Plaza inventory at www.JessupAutoPlaza.com

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