Used 2015 Chevrolet Sedan Values!

Select a used 2015 Chevrolet Sedan model!

(Model years 2018 - 1926 including exotics and classic cars)
A smaller car, the Chevrolet Cruze offers quality and comfort at a reasonable price tag. It’s ideal for entry-level buyers.
A car in its tenth-generation, the Chevrolet Impala is one roomy car with a newer, bolder design, and plenty of options that will thrill new owners.
The tenth-generation Chevrolet Impala Limited offers an array of desirable features, a reliable design and a top safety rating, available for a reasonable price.
Ranked as one the most affordable midsized cars, and also as one of the safest, there’s much to like about the Chevrolet Malibu… from looks, to safety and the comfortable price tag.
Plenty of features, great safety rating and roomy cabin with optional turbo-charged engine make the Chevrolet Sonic one enticing thrill ride.
The Chevrolet Spark offers the maneuverability of a hatchback with an array of desirable amenities, stylish design and a rather affordable sticker price.
Chevrolet’s only all-electric vehicle, the practically sized 2015 Spark EV is able to travel up to 82 miles on a full charge.
Classic muscle cars are brilliantly relived in this 2015 recharged version, offering impeccable handling and a very powerful V8 engine.
The Chevrolet Volt is a plug-in hybrid that goes up to 38 miles on a single charge, before kick-starting the battery for a total range of 300 miles. With sleek and sexy body styling and plenty of features to love, in addition to exceptional gas mileage.

Chevrolet has the sedan market covered, from the subcompact Sonic on up to the full-size Impala and SS. In between are the Cruze, Malibu, and Volt. The Cruze is the compact entry, while the Malibu competes in the busy mid-size class. The Impala is meant to be the main full-size offering from Chevrolet, but those who prefer something sporty might be interested in the V-8 powered, rear-drive SS. The Volt should appeal to the green crowd, as it’s an electric vehicle with a range-extending gasoline engine – the concept behind the Volt is that if the juice runs out, the driver will be able to travel on the gasoline engine until he or she can charge the electric motor and/or stop at a gas station to fill up. A Volt owner who charges every night or day and doesn’t have a long commute might use very little gas over time.