How Far Can Your Chevy Take You on One Tank of Gas?

Have you ever thought about how far can your Chevy take you on one tank of gas?

Chevrolet’s lineup includes a number of fuel-efficient vehicles of all sizes, truly capable of taking you all across the country on a budget—and without much disturbance to Mother Nature. But how far can your Chevy take you one tank of gas? The number crunchers at Mountain Chevrolet determined just how far you can get from a starting point of Glenwood Springs, Colorado, without having to stop for fuel (or a charge).

2018 Bolt EV

Fuel economy: 128 MPGe city, 110 MPGe highway, 119 MPGe combined

Total range: 238 miles between charges

With 238 miles between charges, you could make it from Glenwood Springs, Colorado, to Fort Collins, Colorado, with miles to spare.

2018 Volt

Fuel economy: 106 MPGe combined

Total range: 53 miles all-electric, 420 miles with full charge and full tank

Depending on the route you choose, you could make it from Glenwood Springs to Salt Lake City, Utah, with 80 miles to spare.

2018 Equinox

Fuel economy: 39 MPG highway (turbo-diesel)

Total range: 608.4 miles (15.6-gallon tank)

You could travel from Glenwood Springs to Las Vegas in the Equinox without stopping for gas.

2018 Silverado 1500

Fuel economy: 18 MPG city, 24 MPG highway, 20 MPG combined

Total range: 520 miles (26-gallon tank, 20 MPG combined)

Take your Silverado 1500 from Glenwood Springs to Albuquerque, New Mexico, with 60+ miles to spare sans fill-ups.

2018 Traverse

Fuel economy: 20 MPG city, 26 MPG highway, 22 MPG combined

Total range: 572 miles (26-gallon tank, 22 MPG combined)

With the Traverse, you could travel from Glenwood Springs to Yellowstone National Park on one tank of gas.

 

Start your journey with your new Chevy by taking a test drive at Mountain Chevrolet.

All fuel economy figures are estimated by the EPA. Actual mileage may vary.

Buying for Winter—Trucks and SUVs that Beat the Rockies

If you are going to survive a Rocky Mountain River and still want to be active on the slopes every day, you’re going to need a powerful truck or SUV. Lucky for you, we’ve got plenty at Mountain Chevrolet.

Find trucks and SUVs that beat the Rockies at Mountain Chevrolet!

Browse these trucks and SUVs that beat the Rockies

The Chevrolet Silverado lineup (including the 1500 and the Heavy Duty 2500 and 3500 models) is full of best-in-class distinctions that will help you power through the tough terrain, like best-in-class horsepower ratings, best-in-class torque ratings, best-in-class towing ratings and even best-in-class efficiency ratings—because preserving the Rocky Mountain environment is important.

If you want something a little smaller, opt instead for the Chevrolet Colorado, named for our great state, which offers America’s best pickup fuel economy at 30 mpg.*

If SUVs are more your style, you’ll want the Suburban or the Traverse for their cargo capacity: The Suburban offers up 121.7 cubic feet of space for your gear while the slightly smaller Traverse provides an impressive 98.2 cubic feet. Even the smallest SUV, the Chevy Trax, is available with all-wheel drive for Rocky Mountain winters, and the Tahoe offers best-in-class fuel economy at 23 miles per gallon on the highway.*

Test drive any of these Chevy trucks and SUVs at Mountain Chevrolet.

*EPA-estimated.

Top 3 Tips to Prepare Your Truck for Winter

Per the motto of House Stark, winter is coming. While winterizing any vehicle is important and includes the basics like testing your battery, topping off your fluids, and checking your heater, trucks need some special attention, especially if you plan to take them out for some joyrides in the snow. Make sure your Silverado or Colorado is ready for a Rocky Mountain winter with these helpful tips to prepare your truck for winter.

Prepare your truck for winter with these tips

It’s All About the Lube

If you want your truck to truly enjoy the longevity it was built to have, you’re going to need to spend some time lubing it up ahead of winter. Lube all the locks and door hinges, as well as the tailgate latch and spare tire mechanism.

Don’t Forget the Wax

Your truck can handle the extreme road conditions of the Rocky Mountain winter, so it’s likely you’ll leave your car in the garage in favor of your truck. With potentially increased use this winter, you’ll want to give your truck a good coat of wax on the paint and bright surfaces.

Take Care of Your Weather Stripping

Snow and freezing rain can “glue” your weather stripping together, which could make it difficult to get in your truck doors. Use a silicon product to treat the stripping.

Have more questions about winterizing your truck? Visit Mountain Chevy for winter service on your truck.