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2019 Chevy Equinox Review: A lot of tech in a compact SUV (with video)

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - The Chevrolet Equinox is a compact 5-passenger utility vehicle, sold with a 1.5L 4-cylinder, a 2.0L 4-cylinder or 1.6l 4-cylinder diesel. This size of compact SUV is the most popular in terms of sales but a lot of buyers overlook the GM products in favour of import brands but this Equinox offers a lot of easy to use tech that shames many premium brands.

A key feature of Tesla's Autopilot system is worse than a human driver and increases stress, according to Consumer Reports

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - The automated lane-change feature in Autopilot, Tesla's semi-autonomous driver-assistance system, is worse than a human driver, Consumer Reports said in a review of the feature published on Wednesday. Consumer Reports said its testers found that the feature wouldn't leave enough space in front of approaching cars when changing lanes, would often brake abruptly after merging into dense traffic to create more space behind the vehicle ahead of it, and would sometimes make a maneuver that is illegal in Connecticut, where the publication ran its tests.

2019 Chevrolet Blazer Review

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - While the compact and 3-row SUV segment has been growing by leaps and bounds, this 5-passenger midsize type has been getting squeezed out. But with our insatiable appetite for utility vehicles these too are on the comeback. This is the all-new Blazer.

2019 Chevrolet Silverado Review: Is the New Family Car a Pickup Truck?

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - I have a secret to admit: I had never driven a truck before the 2019 Chevy Silverado was dropped off in my driveway. I didn’t know what to expect. It was HUGE. I knew it would be useful to pick up big items but could it cart all my kids around? Could it work for carpool? Could this Chevy truck really be a family car? The answer is yes!

Buick’s luxurious Regal TourX breaks boring station wagon stereotype

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - A Buick should have a premium feel, and that’s exactly what Regal TourX has. The top-of-the-line Essence trim offers luxury features that bring the price to $36,000. Heated, power-controlled leather seats are comfortable, and there is plenty of headroom throughout the car. A heated steering wheel also adds to that exceptional touch. The rest of the materials and trim pieces are more upscale than expected at that price point — even the wood-like trim is more convincing than in past General Motors vehicles.