Coming Soon From ‘The Big 3’

Practicality has been the main characteristic on everyone’s minds at GM, Chrysler, and Ford. Over the past few years, they have been drawing up plans to increase fuel-efficiency, while still allowing enough cargo space for American families, and the amount of ‘stuff’ we all think we need when we travel. The ‘Big 3’ have been pouring their resources into the development of some high-quality family sedans and some new hybrid vehicles. Check out my showcase of a few current models, as well as upcoming releases!

Chevrolet

Malibu & Malibu Hybrid — CURRENTLY AVAILABLE

Malibu–33 mpg & the Malibu Hybrid–34 mpg on the highway

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2011 Volt

2010 Ford Transit Connect

With businesses and delivery services in mind, Ford created the Transit Connect with 143 cubic feet of cargo space, and 24 mpg capacities.

 

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Chrysler

2009 Chrysler Town & Country (AVAILABLE NOW) & 2010 Town & Country EV

With Swivel ‘n Go & Stow ‘n Go available in the regular Town & Country, it has become one of the most popular minivans on the market. The ALL-NEW Town & Country EV, much like the Volt, can go 40 miles on all-electric, but also has a 4-cylinder engine to extend its driving range.

 

KEEP YOUR EYES OPEN FOR ALL OF THESE VEHICLES AS THEIR RELEASE DATES NEAR. FEEL FREE TO CALL ANY OF OUR DEALERSHIPS WITH QUESTIONS OR TO GET MORE INFORMATION ON THEM.

RUNDE CHEVROLET (800) 947-8633
RUNDE SUZUKI/PREDRIVEN (800) 579-3305
RUNDE BUICK (800) 406-4971
RUNDE FORD-CHRYSLER-DODGE-JEEP (888) 927-2630

 

 

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