The average Chevy mpg for a SUV is about 13 mpg with the Suburban and Tahoe. The Traverse gets about 22 mpg. The Equinox gets about 24 mpg. Most rarely will you ever get close to 30 mpg. Though hybrids are coming out for the larger SUVs, yet they are hard to find.

I have a '98 s10 with the 2.2L 4 cylinder and auto transmission, and I average 20MPG mixed. I have never seen it over 22, and it rarely goes under 19 (this is all with mixed driving).

It is important to know the fuel economy and fuel capacity of a vehicle. This car holds 18 gallons in its tank and gets 22 mpg in the city and 28 mpg in the highway.

In my 1995 cavalier, I average close to 30 mpg with a best of 37 mpg and a worse of 25 mpg. The EPA estimates (posted on the windows of most new cars) is 22/33. That is 22 city and 33 highway. Your driving habits will affect this greatly.

The Chevrolet Cobalt gets an average of between 22 mpg in the city and up to 35 mpg on the highway. This is pretty good gas mileage for the class and size of the vehicle.

Have a 1995 S10 and have a steady gas mileage of about 30 mpg. The truck is kept in good tune and try to keep it at the speed limit. This truck is also a 4x4.

The Chevrolet Monte Carlo was last built in 2007 so that will be what this mileage is based on. The combined mileage of the Chevy Monte Carlo is 22 mpg. The Monte Carlo got 19 mpg in the city and 28 mpg on the highway.

The payload for the 1985 Chevy S10 pickup is between 1000 and 1500 pounds depending on the exact model. The S10 is the smallest of the Chevrolet pickup series.