With gas prices near $4.00 a gallon, drivers are looking to boost the fuel economy of their car. Bordentown consumers need to look no further than the Chevrolet Cruze Eco compact car, available at Bob Maguire Chevrolet.
The tire development engineers at General Motors worked with tire manufacturers to produce an industry benchmark tire that boosts fuel efficiency by three miles per gallon on the Chevy Cruze Eco. That’s about 38 extra miles on a tank of fuel and a savings of about $112 per year for the average driver.
“Our Chevy Cruze customers are continuously impressed by the technologies on the Cruze Eco that help to improve fuel economy without sacrificing safety or performance,” said Michael Maguire of Bob Maguire Chevrolet. “The tires available on the Cruze Eco are unlike anything on the competition and use high-tech polymers that create a high-MPG set of tires.”
So what makes the tire unique? Typically, improving one facet of tire performance like rolling resistance requires sacrifices in other areas like traction in snow and stopping distance. Not so with the leading-edge Cruze Eco tires.
The tires represent one of many fuel-saving technologies that help the Cruze Eco average 42 miles per gallon on the highway. With a starting suggested price of $19,995, Cruze Eco offers hybrid-like fuel economy without the premium price tag. Other innovations that make the Cruze an MPG standout include an air shutter system that morphs the aerodynamic profile of the vehicle to optimize fuel efficiency and energy-efficient rack-mounted electric power steering.
More information regarding Chevrolet models can be found at www.BobMaguireCherolet.com.