http://driving.ca - Having been young and poor once, I can appreciate where budget-based wheels — while hardly sexy, cosseting or luxurious — are better than no wheels at all. And, quite frankly, today’s crop of econoboxes are certainly more completely contented than the choices I faced more than a generation ago when I was in my 20s – that would be the back half of the Sucking Seventies. Having sampled cars such as Nissan’s Versa Note, the Chevy Sonic and Ford’s Fiesta fairly recently, I look upon features such as air conditioning, heated seats, power windows and decent audio systems, with unabashed jealousy.
http://driving.ca - The featured Chevrolet Silverado arrives as a Crew Cab with a six-foot-six box and the 2LZ package. The latter banishes any notion that this is a work truck — it is ringed with quality materials and the equipment list is as long as many luxury cars. It includes Chevrolet’s MyLink infotainment system with an eight-inch touchscreen, along with heated and 10-way power-adjustable front seats, a power-sliding rear window in the back, a back-up camera and GM’s Teen Driver assist – it prevents key safety systems from being turned off and gives a post-drive report on the teen’s driving habits.
http://www.thedrive.com - The Mojave. A perfect place to test the all-new 2018 Chevrolet Tahoe Custom. The Custom is the Golden Bowtie's first earnest attempt in a long while at a budget-spec, body-on-frame SUV that's not marketed at people with more kids than car seats. The no-frills sport utility category has become a virtual wasteland as customers flock to crossovers en masse, and Chevy is betting there's room at the bottom of the model's existing trim levels for a version that offers cloth seats, no third row, and the ability to tow a few metric tons of stuff.
http://gmauthority.com - With Cadillac withdrawing the ATS-V.R from competition, Callaway Cars is, in theory, free to sell its C7-based race car to privateer teams in North America.
http://www.motortrend.com - Back in January, Cadillac announced it was launching a new subscription service called Book. For $1,500 a month, members would get access to Platinum-trim models like the Escalade and CT6, as well as the high-performance CTS-V and ATS-V.
http://www.carscoops.com - Ever since Cadillac boss Johan de Nysschen confirmed the arrival of a new sedan called the CT5, models such as the ATS, XTS and even the CTS have had their days numbers.
http://driving.ca - Jamie Cox loves the fabulous Oldsmobile Starfire cars of the early Sixties.These were the fastest and most stylish cars of their era, featuring a high performance V8 engine, console mounted automatic transmission shifter and luxury options including power bucket seats, windows, aerial and trunk along with leather interiors. Cox has owned a hardtop and two convertibles – all 1963 Starfire models — and is the Pacific Northwest Zone director of the Oldsmobile Club of America.
http://www.carscoops.com - Looking for a way to mark the passing of a hundred years of Chevy trucks? You can pick up a special edition of either the Colorado or Silverado, or even a matching watercraft from Phoenix Bass Boats, if that's your thing.
https://www.youtube.com - The Cadillac ATS was designed and engineered to take on the import brands head on in terms of driving dynamics and performance. The ATS is built off a lightweight platform and developed into a sedan, coupe and ultra high performance versions of both.