Alright so I guess the 2018 Chevy Traverse RS is a thing, now, too.
The Chevrolet Monte Carlo is dead now. Nobody can hurt it anymore, and it can’t hurt me. But dammit, the last generations of Monte Carlo were sad front-wheel drive pretenders and it still makes me mad and I can’t get over it.
If you are in the market to treat yourself to a sports car this holiday season, but the $30,000 Jaguar sale still won’t work for the bank account, Chevy has your problem solved with massive discounts on 2017 Corvettes.
It’s Day 593 into the war. Or Day 840. Or 1,383. You can’t keep track anymore. And it’s not really your job to, anyways. You’re just the scout. The runner. You simply complete the missions until there aren’t any more to complete. You aren’t paid to ask questions.
The 2017 Chevrolet Bolt was supposed to be the electric car of the people—around $30,000, about 240 miles of range per charge and decent space in a little package. But nobody’s really feeling that, and the company has such a backlog of Bolts that it had to extend the summer shutdown of the car’s manufacturing plant.
Despite being aware that almost everybody is annoyed by Chevrolet’s “Real People” series of advertisements, the automaker isn’t planning to stop anytime soon. Finally, one of the “real people” has spoken about what the experience is like, and it’s just as cringe-worthy and hilarious as you’d imagine.
These days, almost every Chevrolet ad you see starts with a screen that says “Real people. Not actors.” and continues with a cringe-worthy dumbing down of the human race that makes you question everything. And in case you didn’t dislike those ads enough already, Chevy said they’re here to stay.
You may have seen renderings of a ‘new Chevrolet El Camino’ based on the Chevy Camaro popping up in your internet feeds. That shit’s fake. It’s all lies. This is your warning.
Chevy recently introduced the new 2018 Equinox crossover with a design seemingly inspired by those plastic pin wings airliners used to hand out punched into a punished loaf of bread, but only after focus groups convinced them the original design was bad enough to completely scrap.
Cheap gas and a big shift toward SUVs and trucks have made it hard out there for small cars and sedans, but that doesn’t mean they’re bad. In fact, the new 2017 Chevrolet Cruze happens to be quite good—so good that Consumer Reports placed it above the segment benchmarks. And you may be surprised how cheaply you can…
The GMC Sierra is an upmarket version of the ubiquitous Chevy Silverado. The Sierra Denali is the varsity version of the Sierra. And the Sierra Denali Heavy Duty, well, my friends, that thing’s badder than Snoopy in a leather jacket. At least that’s what the brochure seems to indicate. I’m test driving it this week,…
The Chevrolet SS was always an odd choice for Chevy’s entry in the top division of NASCAR, seeing as nobody—seriously, almost nobody—in the U.S. bought the thing. But it was a nice enthusiast car to have in NASCAR, racing alongside the vanilla Fusions and Camrys of the world. Sadly, this will be its last year.
Most of the time, I angrily stalk around New York City with a frowny-faced expression to match my stony heart. Ain’t nothing or nobody getting under this. And then I watched this video from TheAngryGrandpaShow and everything shattered into a million pieces.
According to a Chevrolet dealer in Southern California, the all-new, all-electric Chevy Bolt will not be available for pre-order until November of this year—three months later than the original August date announced at the vehicle’s launch, according to a report by CleanTechnica.
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…
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.