Switching to an electric vehicle may have seemed impossible once upon a time, but Chevy is making this big change feel easy. There are a ton of benefits to buying a Chevrolet EV — not the least of which is the fact that you’re still driving a Chevy at the end of the day.
Running solely on battery power means your Chevrolet EV doesn’t ever need an oil change. Chevy also offers a limited battery warranty, which covers your EV’s battery and specific electric components for eight years or 100,000 miles, whichever comes first. And frankly, electric vehicles are fun to drive thanks to the motors’ ability to provide near-instant torque.
With an EV, you and your wallet could benefit from state tax incentives, and various utility companies are offering incentives for customers who install home charging units for their EVs.
Some of the best benefits of buying a Chevy EV are simple, everyday perks. In select states, you can take the HOV lane if you’re driving an EV. Many stores offer public charging stations, which means you can charge your Blazer EV or Bolt EV while shopping. What’s more, your Chevy EV produces zero tailpipe emissions, which is a major benefit for our planet. And maybe best of all? Selection! The new Chevrolet Blazer EV is coming next summer followed by the red-hot Silverado EV in the fall of 2023. If you’d like to check out the two EVs Chevy has up for grabs today — the Bolt EV and Bolt EUV — contact the pros at Blaise Alexander Chevrolet Muncy in Muncy, Pennsylvania.