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Improved Performance Helps Ford Claw Back Police Vehicle Market Share

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - For more than a decade following the demise of the old rear-wheel-drive Chevrolet Caprice Ford absolutely dominated the American market for police vehicles with the Crown Victoria. Despite its already advanced age by the time the 21st century arrived, the Crown Vic's size, performance, reliability and relatively low cost made it the default choice until it was finally discontinued in 2011.

2016 Chevrolet Camaro SS Video Road Test

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - What's a muscle car? What's a pony car? Before you dig too deeply into those car-guy Twitter fights, listen to this. It's time to stop calling the Chevy Camaro a pony car. Time to stop calling it a muscle car. It's a bona fide sports car now, and a damn fine one at that.

2015 LA Auto Show: Cool Vehicles

Posted By GMbeat on Articles -  Not surprisingly, the 2015 Los Angeles Auto Show did not have much pickup truck news. However, given that California and the Southern California region are both top pickup truck markets, we saw quite a few midsize and full-size trucks in many of the automaker displays.

’16 Nissan Titan XD

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - With the supremely capable 5.0L, the Titan XD can go anywhere, do anything. Most importantly, this twin-turbo V-8 may be a plow in fertile terrain, helping Nissan cultivate a small patch of neglected turf in the ground war that is the U.S. pickup market.

Cadillac to refocus incentives for dealers

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - Cadillac is drafting a new retail incentive program that could significantly boost factory payments to dealers who invest in facilities, new technology and other elements to improve the customer experience.

Mini wind tunnel fine-tunes GM designs

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - General Motors is counting on four core strategies to meet rising fuel-economy standards: weight reduction, advanced powertrain technologies, more efficient integration of vehicle components and subsystems, and better aerodynamics.

Driven: 2016 Chevrolet Camaro SS

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - When a manufacturer launches a new model they normally invite journalists out to a specific location to drive it. These media programs are usually held under somewhat controlled circumstances on what essentially amounts to a large driving loop, routing you through the roads they want you to go through and avoiding the ones they do not.