Chevy Earns Three Spots in J.D. Power APEAL Study
New car lust. It's something that happens to many consumers on the showroom floor. They think they love a model?that they must have it. Then, just a few short weeks after signing the dotted line, the feeling of infatuation fades. At least some of the time; there are some models out there that leave owners giddy long after the initial commitment is made. According to J.D. Power and Associates 2012 APEAL study, Chevy makes three.
2012 Chevy Sonic At a Glance- 2012 APEAL study winner, within the Sub-Compact category
- Model options: hatchback and sedan
- Powered by a class-exclusive turbocharged engine
- Fuel Efficiency: 29 mpg city/40 mpg highway
- NHTSA 5-Star Overall Vehicle Score
- MSRP from $14,765
2012 Chevy Volt At a Glance- 2012 APEAL study winner within the Compact category
- Plug-in hybrid technology gives driver control over fuel economy
- Driving Range: 35 miles battery; 340 miles gas; 375 total
- MSRP from $39,145
2012 Chevy Avalanche At a Glance- 2012 APEAL study winner within the Large Pickup category
- The best of both worlds: SUV and pickup
- Cargo Volume: 45.5 cu. ft.
- Max Towing Capacity: 5,100 lbs.
- Standard Engine: V8
- MSRP from $36,800
To learn more about these three 2012 APEAL winners, contact Felix Chevrolet online, or just stop by our dealership. We're happy to share complete specs, compare models and arrange test drives. And remember, if you're in the market for something larger than the Volt and Sonic, there's always the new Chevy Malibu, Impala, Equinox, Traverse, Tahoe, Suburban, Colorado and Silverado. And, for drivers wishing to indulge their sportier side: the Camaro and Corvette? All made by the same great American automaker credited with three 2012 APEAL awards.