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A 2015 Chevy Colorado Z71 | Kelley Blue Book Five-Year Cost to Own Awards

2015 Chevy Colorado Z71
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Chevrolet is taking home four prizes in the 2015 Kelley Blue Book 5-Year Cost to Own Awards. The awards, which are given to the top performing vehicle in every segment, are determined based upon projected costs and depreciation over a five-year period.

updates for the 2015 chevy spark

2015 Chevy Spark

The 2015 Chevy Spark was named the Best Subcompact Car with a project 5-Year Cost to Own price of $26,905. The Spark beat the Nissan Versa and Scion iQ with the combination of a low starting price (around $13,000) and EPA-estimated fuel economy of 39 mpg.

Updates for the 2015 Chevy Spark EV

2015 Chevy Spark EV

The Spark’s greener brother, the 2015 Chevy Spark EV, topped the LEAF and the Chevy Volt for the title of Best Plug-In Vehicle. Still only available in California and Oregon, the Spark EV holds a 5-year Cost to Own of $28,964, making it nearly $3,000 less expensive than the LEAF and $6,500 less expensive than the Volt over a half-decade.

2015 Impala

2015 Chevy Impala

The 2015 Impala earned the title of Best Full-Size Car over the Avalon and Taurus with a KBB Fair Purchase price just a shade below $27,000. In KBB’s review, the Impala was called “a big, comfortable 5-passenger family sedan with style, technology and value.”

GM CEO Mary Barra and the 2015 Colorado

GM CEO Mary Barra and the 2015 Chevy Colorado

Finally, the all-new 2015 Colorado won Best Mid-Size Pickup Truck in its first year back on the market, topping its platform-mate GMC Canyon. The Colorado was already named the Motor Trend Truck of the Year, and it’s likely to collect more awards as 2015 continues.