Top 4 Rust-Resistant Chevy Models
If you live in the Rust Belt, you’re probably familiar with this region’s reputation roughness on the undercarriage of your vehicle. Snow and salt can definitely do a number on even the most resilient of vehicle bodies. If you happen to live in this area and are in the market for a new ride, here are four rust-resistant Chevy models worth checking out.
The Bolt EV gets high marks for rust resistance, not only because many of its parts are comprised of plastic. The metal parts it does incorporate are corrosion-proof, thanks to undercoating techniques that GM used when structuring the underside of the car.
GM has a solid reputation for rust-proofing on its smaller vehicle models like the Sonic, as HotCars contributor Archie Smith articulates. This model uses formulated galvanized steel for its frame and body panels, which increases its resilience to weather damp conditions without rusting.
While many people associate the Corvette with track-worthy potency and poise, this car’s rust-resistance is one of its lesser-known attributes. It turns out that this model is quite corrosion-proof, thanks to its primary composition of carbon and plastic.
News Source: HotCars