GOAutoPlus.com Announces General Motors' 2013 Bi-Fuel Trucks Chevy, GMC Dealerships in Wisconsin to Add Fuel Efficient Trucks to Inventory
GREEN BAY, Wis., March 9, 2012 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- General Motors recently announced that it is going to offer bi-fuel models of the 2013 Chevrolet Silverado and GMC Sierra trucks. Capable of running on either gasoline or natural gas, the trucks provide cost effective and fuel efficient options while maintaining the power and strength of Chevy and GMC pickups. GOAutoPlus.com is a resource for several GMC and Chevy dealerships in Wisconsin.
Equipped with 6.0-liter V-8 engines, the pickup trucks' performance will not be compromised. The trucks will be made to run standard on natural gas, but will have the option of running on gasoline if fuel runs out. The driver is also able to push a button if he or she prefers to use gasoline.
Natural gas lowers the vehicle's emissions by producing 1/4 less carbon dioxide per mile than gasoline-run vehicles. Readily available, 98 percent of the natural fuel is produced in the United States. Natural gas is also less expensive than gasoline, saving drivers up to $2,000 more a year on fuel costs.
General Motor's pickup assembly plant in Fort Wayne, IN will produce the bi-fuel trucks. GM's supplier, IMPCO, will provide the trucks' gas storage tanks in Union City, IN. Each bi-fuel truck will be fully covered under the GM warranty and can be serviced at local Chevy or GMC dealers.
The automaker will begin taking pickup truck orders in April of this year. GOAutoPlus.com offers Chevy in Wisconsin and has several new and used cars in Wisconsin. For more information on the upcoming bi-fuel GMC and Chevy trucks, check out GOAutoPlus.com.
Media Contact: Katie Collins of GOAutoPlus.com, (920) 436-0458, email@example.com
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