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Report: The Chevrolet SS sedan to get a 1LE-like sport package

In the same report cluing in on the next-gen Cadillac SRX’s reveal in New York, MotorTrend learned that the Chevrolet SS sedan should get a 1LE-like sport package to wet the palettes of drivers all around. It’ll be similar to the Camaro’s track-geared 1LE package, which means stiffer suspension, beefier brakes, thicker front and rear stabilizer […]

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2015 Chicago: Chevrolet reveals an updated 2016 Equinox for rental lots

The 2015 Chicago Auto Show is happening and some new cars have been revealed. One of those new cars is a totally updated 2016 Chevrolet Equinox, which prepares to update the look of every rental fleet lot at your local airport. For starters, the exterior gets a rework, mainly in the front fascia department while […]

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The Chevrolet Colorado gears up for a new GearOn Special Edition for Chicago w/ video

Chevrolet’s bringing a specially packaged Colorado to the Chicago Auto Show called the GearOn Special Edition, which features a bunch of utilitarian upgrades for the common outdoors-people. The focus is centered on that patented GearOn accessory system as it allows owners easy configurations for mounting and storing equipment like skis, bikes, kayaks and more…all the […]

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Report: Someone finds a Chevy Sonic standing on its nose

Get this. A local New Hampshire news agency reports of an odd accident in Exeter where a Chevy Sonic was found standing on its nose, straight up, like something out of a cartoon. The Sonic apparently crashed into a snow bank and the car tumbled onto its nose from inertia, early Wednesday. Miraculously, nobody was […]

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Video: MotorTrend pegs the Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat against the Chevy Camaro ZL1

MotorTrend every so often produces a Head2Head video to compare two vehicles with each other and now, they’re answering one of the biggest questions to surface within the last year: the Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat or the Chevrolet Camaro ZL1? This might seem like a no brainer, in favor of the Challenger, because it simply blows the […]

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Report: Chevy denies Corvette Z06 did the ‘Ring in less than seven minutes

So someone out there made a little goof and claimed the all-new 2015 Chevrolet Corvette Z06 did the famous Nurburgring Nordschleife in less than seven minutes, which is a pretty serious claim. Click here for more news on the Chevrolet Corvette Z06. HorsepowerKings reportedly said the 2015 Chevrolet Corvette Z06 with the eight-speed automatic did […]

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Report: The new 2016 Chevrolet Malibu to feature Corvette-like styling

Edmunds reports the new 2016 Chevrolet Malibu should get styling that’s heavily influenced by the current C7 Corvette, after speaking with GM’s current Vice President of Design, Ed Welburn. The current Chevrolet Malibu, although not an ugly car by any means, isn’t the most striking either and can come off as rather bland. But with […]

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2015 Detroit: Chevrolet debuts new Bolt EV Concept at the Cobo

In addition to the all-new second generation 2016 Volt, Chevrolet revealed a new concept called the Bolt EV, which pitches the idea of a subcompact and affordable EV. How affordable are we talking? Chevrolet says conceptually, the Bolt should start around $30,000 with a range of more than 200 miles. For full details, check out […]

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2015 Detroit: The 2016 Chevrolet Volt gets revealed at Detroit

Chevrolet had a big spotlight recent to reveal the all-new 2016 Volt for the second generation. The new Volt boasts greater EV range, more efficiency and better all around performance. Quite specifically, Chevrolet says the new Volt is capable of at least 50 miles on all-electric power while total driving range, even with the range-extending […]

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GM introduces new Dynamic Skip Fire System, is basically next-gen cylinder deactivation w/ video

Computer-controlled engine ignition and timing has led to the introduction of unique internal combustion engine features such as cylinder deactivation. General Motors is the first to attempt what’s known as variable displacement, and it started life in the infamous Cadillac V8-6-4, which anyone who remembers, was a truly problematic motor simply because computers weren’t powerful enough […]

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