A guide to the new Chevy model lineup: Chevrolet prices and reviews for popular sedans, trucks, SUVs and coupes.
When you walk into the Chevy dealership, you want to look calm, cool and collected; and staring in surprise at the sticker price on those cars won't help you feel that way. Chevrolet prices follow the manufacturer's suggested retail price, which varies between models. It only takes a few seconds to compare the MSRP to the invoice price to see what the dealer actually pays.
Chevy sedan prices
Chevrolet makes several sedan models like the new Cruze. Chevrolet prices on the Cruze start at $16,525, and it gets 24 to 36 mpg in the city and on the highway. For the Chevrolet Impala, you'll see a price of $25,760, and this sleek sedan gets 30 mpg on the highway.
Another option, if you're looking for a sedan, is the Malibu. The new model features a 2.4 L V6 engine, and it gets impressive gas mileage 22 to 33 mpg. Chevrolet also makes the Sonic with an MSRP of $13,865, and the Volt, which costs $39,145.
Chevy truck prices
When shopping for a new Chevy, you might want something a little larger like the Avalanche. This pickup truck has an MSRP of $35,980, and it features a 5.3 L V8 engine that gets 15 to 21 mpg. For the Colorado, you'll pay $20,370, and it gets up to 20 mpg thanks to its 5.3 L engine.
Chevrolet also makes SUVs, including the Equinox. Retailing for $24,530, the Equinox features a 2.4 L engine and gets impressive gas mileage, according to some reviews, at up to 29 mpg on the highway. Chevy is also known for the rugged Silverado pickup, which retails for $22,195.
Chevy coupe prices
The Camaro falls into the company's line of coupe vehicles, which are similar to sports cars. It has a 6.2 L V8 engine and has a price of $23,280. The Camaro gets up to 19 mpg, compared to the 2013 Corvette, which gets 20 mpg. With a retail price of close to $50,000, the Corvette is one of the more luxurious and expensive cars from Chevrolet.
Chevy SUV prices
You might have an interest in one of Chevy's SUVs, including the Tahoe with a price of $38,755 or the Traverse, which costs $29,510. Chevy prices starts at a little under $14,000 for a small economy car, and the prices rise to nearly $50,000 for the sporty and luxurious Corvette.
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