Electric Vehicles at Frederick Chevrolet of Lebanon

Learn All About Vehicle Electrification from Our Chevrolet Dealership in Lebanon, PA

Choose the more efficient and sustainable way to cruise around Pennsylvania by driving a Chevrolet electric vehicle. Driving an EV will electrify your lifestyle. We want Pennsylvania drivers from Lebanon, Hershey, Reading, Harrisburg, and beyond to experience the thrills of vehicle electrification firsthand.

Chevrolet is changing the electric landscape, one EV at a time. There are several electric vehicles to choose from, including Hybrids, Plug-In Hybrids, and Pure Electric Cars.

Before buying a new Chevrolet electric vehicle from Frederick Chevrolet of Lebanon, learn all about EVs and how they'll enhance your daily driving routine.

What Is an Electric Vehicle?

An electric vehicle relies on alternative powertrains and energy methods to power your drive. Most electric vehicles use some form of battery power. They also result in quieter rides and produce little to no emissions.

Which EV is Right For Me?

Battery Electric (EV)

An EV is an all-electric vehicle that relies solely on electric power. Using one or more electric motors and a battery pack, fully electric cars produce zero emissions and are the most efficient type of EV. They drive hundreds of miles on a single charge.

Plug-In Hybrid (PHEV)

Some Pennsylvanians will prefer a PHEV, or Plug-In Hybrid electric vehicle. These two-in-one EVs combine pure electric power and hybrid technology. PHEVs have plug-in hybrid powertrains featuring an electric motor, a smaller battery pack, an internal combustion engine, and a gasoline tank. Once their limited all-electric range is depleted, PHEVs rely on gasoline and hybrid technology to power Hershey drivers forward.

Hybrid Electric

Hybrid electric models earn exceptional fuel economy ratings on highways to Harrisburg and back while relying on hybrid powertrains and regenerative braking.

How Do I Charge My EV? How Long Does It Take to Reach a Full Charge?

It's easy for Reading drivers to recharge their EV. Most pure electric cars and plug-in hybrids come with a Dual Level Charge Cord that you plug into the charging port. A Level 1 (120-volt) or Level 2 (240-volt) charger can recharge your EV overnight, or in roughly eight hours. With a Level 3 DC Fast Charger, an all-electric car's battery can recharge up to 80 percent in under an hour.

Buy a New Chevrolet Electric Vehicle in Lebanon, PA

Which electric vehicle is right for you? While you can't go wrong with a Hybrid or Plug-In Hybrid, we encourage you to check out our all-electric Chevrolet vehicles in Lebanon, PA.

Our new Chevrolet EVs include the all-new Chevy Silverado EV, the Chevy Bolt EV, and the Chevy Bolt EUV. More Chevrolet EVs are coming, including the first-ever all-electric Chevy Equinox and all-electric Chevy Blazer.

Test drive a new Chevy Bolt EUV or Chevy Bolt EV around Lebanon, PA, or reserve one of the other Chevrolet all-electric vehicles through Frederick Chevrolet of Lebanon.


Electric Vehicle FAQs


An electric vehicle relies on alternative powertrains and energy methods to power your drive. Most electric vehicles use some form of battery power. They also result in quieter rides and produce little to no emissions.

There are three different types of electric vehicles. Lebanon, PA customers will often see EV, PHEV, and Hybrid labels to distinguish these electric models.

EV: An EV is an all-electric vehicle that relies solely on electric power. Using one or more electric motors and a battery pack, fully electric cars produce zero emissions and are the most efficient type of EV. They drive hundreds of miles on a single charge.

PHEV: Some Pennsylvanians will prefer a PHEV, or Plug-In Hybrid electric vehicle. These two-in-one EVs combine pure electric power and hybrid technology. PHEVs have plug-in hybrid powertrains featuring an electric motor, a smaller battery pack, an internal combustion engine, and a gasoline tank. Once their limited all-electric range is depleted, PHEVs rely on gasoline and hybrid technology to power Hershey drivers forward.

Hybrid: Hybrid electric models earn exceptional fuel economy ratings on highways to Harrisburg and back while relying on hybrid powertrains and regenerative braking.

Lancaster motorists will love the savings costs of EVs. For starters, EVs are eligible for up to $7,500 in federal tax credits. Then there are fuel savings. Hybrids and plug-in hybrids use less gas, saving Pennsylvania drivers money at the pumps. Pure electric cars don't require any gasoline, and there are affordable charging solutions. Plus, you save time from refueling, as you recharge the EV after reaching your destination.

EVs require less maintenance, too. Another EV benefit is helping the environment, as these electrified vehicles produce little to no tailpipe emissions.

Electrified powertrains use motors that run on electricity generated from the battery's voltage. Electric powertrains also produce instantaneous torque and superior acceleration. Conventional combustion engines transform electric energy to start the vehicle into mechanical energy to move it.

It's easy for Reading drivers to recharge their EV. Most pure electric cars and plug-in hybrids come with a Dual Level Charge Cord that you plug into the charging port. A Level 1 (120-volt) or Level 2 (240-volt) charger can recharge your EV overnight, or in roughly eight hours. With a Level 3 DC Fast Charger, an all-electric car's battery can recharge up to 80 percent in under an hour.

The new Chevy Bolt EV has an all-electric range of nearly 260 miles, while the Chevy Bolt EUV can travel nearly 250 miles on pure electric power. The Chevy Silverado EV offers an all-electric range of 400 miles. These Chevrolet EVs provide plenty of range to take you on multiple trips between Harrisburg, Reading, York, and Philadelphia.

Charge your EV at home or on the go. A household outlet can be used, or York drivers can install a Qmerit at-home charging station in their Pennsylvania garage. Chevrolet covers standard installation for a Level 2 charging outlet for eligible customers buying a Chevy Bolt EV or EUV.

You can also charge through Chevrolet's convenient, reliable, and affordable EV public charging network, which features 40,000 stations nationwide, and hundreds around Pennsylvania. Lebanon drivers can locate nearby DC public fast charging stations around Harrisburg and Hershey through the MyChevrolet app with Energy Assist.

EVs are just as safe as conventional cars. They use the latest battery technology and rigid electric powertrain platforms that ensure your safety.

EVs are affordable for Lebanon motorists to maintain. Because there are no engines in fully electric cars, there's significantly less wear and tear. Hybrids and PHEVs require less engine maintenance. Most EV batteries can last up to two decades, helping Pennsylvanians drive their electric vehicle for roughly 200,000 miles.

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