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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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The 2015 GMC Sierra HD All Terrain adds more off-road goodies to the package

GMC introduced a new version of its redesigned 2015 Sierra HD called the All Terrain variant, which obviously by virtue through its name, is an off-road biased version of GMC’s big and tough Sierra full-size HD beast. Because the All Terrain package is specifically available with the Sierra HD, that means the brand’s potent gasoline […]

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Chevrolet announces updated 2015 Impala, Stop/Start standard plus some tweaks

Chevrolet announced that they’ve made some minor changes to the 2015 Impala sedan, which results in a slight bump in fuel economy as well as some changes to improve the quietness of the car. For starters–no pun intended–Stop/Start Technology has been made standard on the base 2.5L ECOTEC Impala, allowing for a five percent increase […]

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More Recalls: General Motors issues another set for 2.42 million cars in the US

Can you guess as to how many cars General Motors has recalled this year so far? Nope, you’re wrong… Another 2.42 million cars in the US were recalled, racking up the total to nearly 15 million cars this year. This time, the Buick Enclave, Chevrolet Traverse, Saturn Outlook and GMC Acadia models from 2009-2014 have […]

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Recalls: GM issues another massive campaign involving 2.7 million cars

If you didn’t think things couldn’t get any worse for General Motors, the Detroit-based auto giant just announced to be issuing some new recall campaigns on five separate accounts, involving some 2.7 million vehicles. The majority portion of the campaign involves some 2.4 million last-generation Chevrolet Malibus, Malibu Maxxes, Pontiac G6s, and Saturn Auras collectively, […]

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Cadillac confirms 2015 ATS Coupe pricing, starts at $38,990

Cadillac confirmed the base price of the 2014 ATS Coupe,  which starts at $38,990 with that usual $995 destination charge. The ATS Coupe was originally revealed at the 2014 North American International Auto Show and it goes on sale later this summer. Because the ATS Coupe is based off of the sedan, it still gets […]

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2015 Cadillac CTS-V Coupe

Cadillac gives the CTS-V Coupe one last ‘hoorah’ for the 2015 year

Cadillac officially announced to be releasing a new limited and special edition CTS-V Coupe for the 2015 year to help celebrate the last chapter with the current CTS-V before the all-new generation in the near future. Limited to just 500 examples, the 2015 Cadillac CTS-V Coupe will be available in the second half of this […]

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Report: General Motors to update Chevrolet Silverado and GMC Sierra for 2015

According to the Detroit News, word is that General Motors will be issuing a sort of emergency update for the Chevrolet Silverado and GMC Sierra for the 2015 model year. These updates will be minor to keep the pickups competitive, especially against Ford, who recently turned the tides with their aluminum-bodied F150. After speaking with an […]

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Report: GM to offer employee pricing for owners of recently recalled vehicles

General Motors will be offering customers affected by the recent massive recall for ignition switches employee pricing on any new GM vehicle. Originally, GM was offering a $500 discount on a new 2013-2015 vehicle–the new incentive replaces this offer. According to The Wall Street Journal, the $500 offer wasn’t enough to sway buyers back to GM […]

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