10-09-19

How far can Chevy vehicles go on empty?

The vast majority of us have had the gas light in their vehicle turn on at one point or another. It’s fairly common, and although it isn’t necessarily healthy for your car, it happens to the best of us. Before you start worrying that your car is going to run out of gas and leave you stranded on the side of the road, just remember that your gas light turned on to alert you that you need gas soon, not at that exact second. You have a few miles to get to a gas station before completely running out of a fuel. Wondering how far a Chevy can run on empty? Keep reading to find out!

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Driving a Chevy on empty

Seeing your gas light turn on can be startling if you weren’t paying close attention to your fuel gauge, but before you panic, keep in mind that your vehicle isn’t going to immediately run out of gas. Although it’s certainly not ideal to continue driving while your gas light is on, sometimes you aren’t near a gas station and have no other choice. If you own a Chevy, take a look at the chart below to see approximately how far you can continue driving before your vehicle completely runs out of fuel.

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2017 Chevy Malibu fuel efficiency
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Read more: Four tips for preparing your vehicle for a long road trip

Drivers interested in learning more about the fuel economy ratings of various GM vehicles are encouraged to contact a member of our team here at Craig Dunn Motor City. Ready to get behind the wheel of any vehicle in our inventory? Feel free to schedule an obligation-free test drive online today or stop right in and see us at our location in Portage la Prairie!

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