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⚑🚘 You May Be More Ready for an Electric Vehicle Than You Realize


Think owning an Electric Vehicle (EV) is just too complicated?
Are you still holding out due to range anxiety?

What many two-car families are choosing to do is keep one vehicle for that road trip to the beach while the other is reserved for local trips, easily less than a hundred miles a day – a perfect EV option! And what could be simpler than plugging in your car to charge overnight just like you do your cell phone?

  • When it comes EVs, Tesla isn’t the only game in town. Nearly every auto manufacturer is bringing EVs to market, from compact crossovers and SUVs to luxury sedans and trucks. There are now more options than ever to fit any budget or lifestyle.

πŸ’°πŸ’° With some manufacturers offering incentives to install 240V β€œLevel 2” chargers at no additional cost and with EV federal tax credits returning this year, now is the perfect time to consider an EV for your next vehicle. Here are just some of the EVs already arriving and coming soon to the Ben Mynatt Family of Dealerships.


Chevrolet is bringing out a suite of crossover and SUV options and an EV Silverado in the near future. These range from the compact Bolt EV and Bolt EUVs, both available today, to the Equinox EV and Blazer EV. With a range of up to 300 miles and beyond and unbelievable performance on the Blazer SS – est. 0 to 60 below 4 seconds – you don’t have to compromise to get an EV. These have all come about as part of a $35 billion investment GM has made in EVs between 2020 and 2025, including a third battery cell manufacturing plant in the US with partner LG Energy Solutions.


Cadillac is the first of the GM brands to go all-electric with a goal of fully electric by 2030. Arriving this year is the Cadillac LYRIQ, a Tesla-rival with 300-plus miles of range, a 33” 9K LED display, and the luxury you expect from a brand like Cadillac. This SUV is leading the charge to an electrified future and reservations are going fast!

Buick and GMC

Of course, GMC is bringing back the Hummer nameplate, and what better way to do it than a no-compromises EV powerhouse? Initial orders sold out in minutes, but this flagship shows that EVs are more than just family sedans and suburban commuters. A truck with 11,500 lb-ft or torque and a 0 to 60 in about 3 seconds? The technology developed here is the same being used on other GM products like the Bolt EUV and Cadillac LYRIQ!


Nissan was one of the leaders in the EV market for years with the popular and affordable LEAF, but Nissan is expanding its range with the beautiful ARIYA which is just starting to arrive on lots today. Did you know that Nissan built its first EV back in 1947? It’s true! Before internal combustion engines became commonplace, manufacturers were exploring all kinds of other options.

These are just some of the EVs arriving now at the Ben Mynatt Family of Dealerships. We are here to help answer any questions you have about EVs. If you would like to learn more, schedule a test drive, or make a reservation, visit us online at!

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