Snow and rain can cause even the most reliable vehicles (in other words, Chevys) to rust over time. If you are worried about rust, consider buying one of the four most rust-resistant Chevy models.
- Chevy Bolt: The Bolt is notably rust-resistant. A key reason for its resistance to rust is the large use of plastic for many of its parts that are exposed to the elements. In addition, General Motors has done a fantastic job at using techniques to ensure all exposed metal parts are corrosion-proof, especially on the underside of the Bolt.
- Chevy Sonic: Smaller vehicles specifically get rust-resistance attention from Chevy, which explains why the Sonic joins the Bolt on this list. The frame and body panels of the Sonic use formulated galvanized steel, which is resistant to rust.
- Chevy Corvette: A lot of sports car owners hate to take their vehicles out in the rain. Even if you get caught in a rainstorm in your ‘Vette, you have little to worry about. The use of carbon and plastic in the Corvette make it especially resistant to rust.
- Chevy Silverado: The Silverado is America’s longest-lasting and most dependable pickup truck, for many reasons. One of those reasons is its rust-resistance. Specifically, the 2014 model year is particularly rust-resistant.
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