This is a Chevy Low Cab Forward 4500HD. As far as uninspiring car names go, this slots somewhere between the Ford Model A and Toyota Van. I think it’s beautiful.
Now doesn’t seem like a good time to buy a diesel Chevrolet Colorado or GMC Canyon. Just ask the people who have tried, and are without their trucks months after placing orders.
The in-house competition at Chevrolet between the Camaro SS and the Corvette C7 just heated up with a recent dyno test of the SS putting more horsepower down at the rear wheels over its not-so-superior sibling.
The snow was flying towards the windshield with such fury that we appeared to be traveling at warp speed through a tunnel of stars. Our Camaro’s dashboard was aglow with sci-fi accent lighting and LCD screens; a wealth of data was laid out before me, but I’d mainly been paying attention to the temperature readout…
I built a motorcycle, I bought a van and then I left...I left my job, my friends, my fiancée, my dogs and every other thing that brought me comfort.
The Chevy Silverado “Bone Collector” sounds intense but actually seems remarkably practical. I dig what a few tubes of steel does for the look and I wish GM would offer this bed drawer system as a factory option, like, yesterday.
Pop-country(/rap?) Singer Kid Rock wants to celebrate the working man with a diesel-powered chrome-dipped land barge carrying $80,000 worth of with amphibious ATVs. It’s beautiful.
Having an LS swap was a dream for most people just a few years ago but now you too can have an LS swapped or upgraded car. Using some smart combos you can have the torque of the LS V8 for less than the cost of a set of wheels. The LS series engines come in many configurations and range from 4.8L up to 7.0L with the…
“Diesel Chevy truck” sounds as American as John Wayne watching Jackass on a phone while he’s eating a hot dog and picking a fight at a baseball game. But even though the four-cylinder Duramax rumbling in the new Colorado and GMC Canyon has been around since 2011, it wasn’t actually fit for the U.S.A. until now.
More shots of the 2016 Chevrolet Silverado were posted yesterday from the State Fair of Texas, along with confirmation that the truck will run apps straight off your phone through Apple or Android’s car connectivity programs.
It’s probably been a good decade since you saw a Chevy Lumina moving under its own power. But there was a time, a glorious time, when the Lumina was the crown prince of 1990s rental car fleets. And that GM front-driver made vacationing Midwesterners go absolutely berserk.
In 2015 luxury pickup trucks are mainstays of the American auto industry. Ford, Ram, and Chevrolet each put their own spin on “capable and comfortable” and frankly they’re all pretty impressive. The GMC Sierra Denali isn’t the fanciest of the field, but it is the original. And it’s still the best.
A photoshopped expression of frustration made for me by a member of a Facebook Miata Club, upon having seen my car post-wreck.
Any guesses on the top reason why people buy GMC trucks? According to GM it’s “styling,” so they sure hope you dig the new look of the 2016 GMC Sierra. It’s a mild update but don’t worry, they did manage to get more angles in that chiseled face.
The 2016 Chevrolet Silverado will be facelifted as you can see right here, and GM promises “expanded use of the eight-speed automatic” currently helping their biggest-engined trucks get better gas mileage.
Believe me, it hurt more to write that headline than it did to read it. But after spending some quality time in the stick-shift 2015 Chevy Colorado, I can’t imagine a universe where it makes sense to buy it.
The 2015 Chevy Colorado is a tidy and refined truck in $30,000 trim, but the experience is a little different with the bargain-basement rental-fleet spec. For $21,000 this thing doesn't even have a "scan" button on the radio, but it does have a six-speed manual transmission. What do you want to know about it?
Complete disassembly, machining, painting and reassembly in under 4 minutes.
On the latest episode of Velocity's Americarna, host Ray Evernham was given a tour of GM's design facilities by Global Vice President of Design, Ed Welburn.