Is The Lack Of A 2016 Baby Jesus Christmas Edition Silverado More Evidence Of A War On Christmas?

Like most of you, I’m not sure Christmas is still a holiday that even gets celebrated in America! I tend to get most of my information from disposable coffee cups, and those seem to suggest an outright hostility to the holiday, what with all their color and all. And now I find that General Motors has no plans for a… »11/09/15 3:42pm11/09/15 3:42pm


The 2016 Chevrolet Camaro SS Is Stupid Quick, Does 0 To 60 In 4 Seconds

Chevy just released the performance specs for the new 2016 Chevrolet Camaro, and it seems that their very back-to-basics plan — add power, remove weight — is working, with the car shedding 390 pounds and going from zero to 60 MPH in four seconds. Those numbers are for the 455 HP 6.2-liter V8 SS model (on 20-in. RF4… »9/14/15 10:06am9/14/15 10:06am

Chevrolet Impala: Jalopnik's Buyer's Guide

In its long lifespan the Chevy Impala has gone from one of the finest American sedans you could buy to one of the worst you could rent back to a car you should definitely consider. What do you need to know before you buy a Chevrolet Impala? Don’t worry, we’ll tell you everything right here in our Buyer’s Guide.
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Report: Chevy's Gonna Start Making Aluminum Trucks Too

So after a whole ad campaign crapping on Ford’s aluminum F-150, sources say GM’s planning “significant model changes” on the Chevy Silverado, Tahoe and Cadillac Escalade for 2018 including more use of aluminum and lightweight steel. You can’t make this stuff up. »8/05/15 12:09pm8/05/15 12:09pm

Chevy's New Line Of Cabover Trucks Are Just Isuzus 

As a lifelong devotee of the concept of sitting on your engine, I was delighted to hear the news that Chevy is getting back into the “low cab-forward truck” business. I was a little less delighted to find that instead of some exciting new cabovers to scrutinize, they’re just slapping some bowties on Isuzus. Oh well. »6/16/15 7:00pm6/16/15 7:00pm

Criminal Wrongdoing Reportedly Found In GM Defect Linked To 104 Deaths

A Justice Department inquiry found that GM’s failure to disclose a faulty ignition problem in their cars constituted criminal wrongdoing, the New York Times reported Friday. The penalty has yet to be determined, but it’s expected to be the largest ever faced by an automaker for criminal wrongdoing, surpassing the $1.2… »5/23/15 10:14am5/23/15 10:14am

This Is a $36,000 Full-Size Pickup. Let’s See What You Get.

More often than not, us members of the automotive media are a bunch of spoiled twats. We get to drive a wide variety of vehicles that we’ll likely never be able to afford, and all the automakers want in return are decent pictures (if that) and some kind words. Of course, in order to sweeten us up and get us as in-love… »5/04/15 4:52pm5/04/15 4:52pm