Honda won Best Buy honors in seven vehicle categories, while Ford F-150 and Expedition and Chevrolet Impala also made the list.
General Motors CEO Mary Barra participated in the Barclays 2017 Global Automotive Conference in New York earlier today and she used her presentation to reveal a new Chevrolet Bolt-based crossover. Drawing inspiration from the Chevrolet FNR-X concept that debuted at the Shanghai Auto Show earlier this year, the crossover has an aggressive front fascia with slender headlights that feature boomerang-shaped LED daytime running lights.
Most homeowners who’ve shopped for appliances will agree that finding a nice-looking, durable, and high-quality refrigerator for a decent price is a challenge, despite the plethora of options lining the aisles at the local big-box retailer. Likewise, those shopping three-row family crossovers are met with a similarly bewildering array of choices.
The redesigned 2018 Chevrolet Equinox is the only U. S. market compact crossover with a diesel engine option.
General Motors CEO Mary Barra outlined the company’s vision of the future at the Barclays Global Automotive Conference in New York on Wednesday. While the majority of her speech adhered to GM’s current mantra of “zero crashes, zero emissions, and zero congestion,” we also got a taste of what that thinking might yield on a shorter timeline.
The Chevrolet Bolt EV is our Best Electric Car to Buy once again. Last year, we pointed out that the Bolt EV rendered all other affordable electric vehicles "outdated and nearly obsolete," and it remains the case.
With a mid-engine Corvette in the works, Chevrolet debuts the most fearsome front-engine ’Vette ever.
Cordray to step down from CFPB; GM plans new EV platform, lower-cost batteries; Lincoln, Benz, Buick win in sales satisfaction; Hyundai light-truck blitz; Hard road for Tesla semi?
Chevrolet's presence at the 2017 Specialty Equipment Market Association Show in Las Vegas brought new cars we haven't seen before, including three Hot Wheels special editions in bright orange — or, more accurately, bright "Crush" orange meant to replicate the color of a Hot Wheels toy track. The Hot Wheels special editions, which you'll soon be able to buy, come in coupe, convertible and even a drag-tacular race-only COPO Camaro that was propped up doing a wheelie on the show's floor.
We Americans love crossovers. In the past two decades, their popularity has exploded and nearly every household has one parked in their driveway. Following the meteoric rise of SUVs in the ’90s, crossovers are seen as an evolution of the concept.