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GM officially rates the Chevy Silverado and GMC Sierra’s tow ratings

Need to tow something? Well, have no fear! As General Motors officially announced that the 2015 Chevrolet Silverado and GMC Sierra are capable and rated to haul up to 12,000lbs. This is rather notable because tow ratings as of recent have been overhauled after the Society of Automotive Engineers introduced a new and official certification […]

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GM issues a new recall for an additional 3.5 mil cars, total tallying to over 20 mil for the year

This year really isn’t working out for General Motors as Detroit’s top brass just issued a new recall for an additional 3.5 million cars, bringing up the tally to a grand total of 20 million so far this year. Yowza! The affected cars were built between 2000 and 2014 and sold in the US, Canada, […]

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Report: Google Android to be found in cars very soon

Computer giant, Apple, has been known to be preparing a new in-car system for up and coming infotainment systems, specifically with smartphone and multimedia integration. It’s colloquially referred to as Apple’s CarPlay system and is essentially Apple’s iOS morphed into infotainment software–a much needed move considering many of the infotainment systems of today are plagued […]

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Recalls: GM recalls more than a half million Chevy Camaros for faulty ignition switch

General Motors has issued yet another recall for more than a half million Chevrolet Camaros due to a hazard with the ignition-safety switch. According to the release, 2010-2014 Camaros have been recalled. The issue is similar to that of the one controversially plaguing the Chevy Cobalts and Saturn Ions. Drivers could accidentally bump the key […]

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Buick’s 2015 Verano continues the manual after all

Buick recently detailed the slightly updated 2015 Verano and according to their press release, they led us to believe that the manual was dropped after failing to mention it. Though after a recent follow-up with AutoBlog, Buick has confirmed with the outlet that the manual is still an option. It still has six forward gears and […]

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Chevrolet releases official specs for 2015 Corvette Z06–the most powerful GM car ever

When the 2015 Chevrolet Corvette Z06 took the stage at the 2014 Detroit Auto Show earlier this year, General Motors only shared that the Z06 would produce “at least 625hp” without giving official figures. Now, those official figures are out. For the 2015 model year, the Chevrolet Corvette Z06 is capable of 650hp and 650 […]

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Report: Chevrolet confirms that a new Corvette is already being developed

The current Chevrolet Corvette was just released last year and launched this year, which means its hear to stay for the next six to eight years. But that hasn’t stopped General Motors from beginning work on the next generation C7 model. After speaking with GM’s current executive vice president for Global Product Development, Mark Reuss, The […]

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Cadillac launches 2015 CTS with some minor updates and changes

Note: 2014 Cadillac CTS Vsport pictured Cadillac recently confirmed the launch of the 2015 model year CTS sedan. Along with the new model year came some minor tweaks and updates, including the implementation of Cadillac’s redesigned logo, which drops the wreath, in hopes of attracting younger buyers. This new logo debuted on the 2015 Cadillac […]

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Chevrolet details the 2015 Camaro, says it will be the last before next-gen model

**2014 Chevrolet Camaro pictured Chevrolet released full details of the latest and greatest 2015 Camaro in a press release recently. In said press release, Detroit-based automaker confirmed to be ending this generation of Camaro with the 2015 model year , marking the end of the fifth iteration to make way for the sixth-generation model  in […]

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Report: Cadillac drops the plan for a three-row Lambda-based crossover

Cadillac was reportedly working on a large three-row crossover based on GM’s familiar Lambda platform, according to previous rumors and reports. The crossover was ideally meant to cater to the heightened demand in the Chinese market and to become more competitive in the luxury crossover market. Ward’s Auto recently learned that Cadillac will be backing out of […]

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