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Chevrolet Bolt: Gunning for Tesla

The Chevrolet Bolt is easy to confuse with the Volt. Both are made by the same company and  both are small electric cars are eligible for the $7500 tax credit. However, the Volt is a plug in hybrid, that claims to be a full electric with a battery extender (an internal combustion (IC) engine). The other is a true full electric. As such, the Bolt is wasting no time before gunning for the Tesla Mode

Chevrolet Cruze: One Last Look at 2015

The Chevrolet Cruze is Chevy’s answer to the Civic and/or the Corolla. A small entry level car that can do anything a car has to. It is cheap, reliable, and relatively gas-efficient. It is not marked at the top of its class, but that does not make it any less of an option, it is still a great looking car. The 2015 Chevrolet Cruze, will take one last lap with the old body, before their new look arr

Chevrolet Volt: Time to Make a Deal

The Chevrolet Volt was never a leader in sales. Since its debut in 2011 it has trailed behind the full electric Nissan Leaf and the old fashioned non-plug-in Prius. Because of this fact, there are countless 2014 and 2015 Chevrolet Volts in lots across the country; with the introduction of the 2nd Generation 2016s, the time is ripe to make a deal. The Chevy’s affordable plug-in Hybrid, is arguably

Chevrolet Cruze Offers Apple and Android Connectivity

Smartphones have many practical uses for drivers, from helping to orient them around unfamiliar terrain to easing the stress of their commutes. With their all-new smartphone compatibility initiative, Chevrolet’s aim is to create “the smartest, simplest connected driving experience possible” for Apple and Android phone users alike. With that in mind, Android Auto and Apple CarPlay users will have

Last of the Mustang Beating Chevrolet Camaro

The fifth generation Chevrolet Camaro was huge for GM, it was the first time that Chevy ever outsold Ford in the mid-range muscle car category. This was even after Ford had regained prominence themselves with the nameless marketing campaign. For those who have a life, the nameless campaign I am referring to was a series of innovative commercials that reinvented the Ford Brand. The campaign only s

A Chevrolet Camaro After 3 Years

In honor of the unveiling of the Sixth Generation Chevrolet Camaro over the last weekend, I decided to give the fifth Generation a proper goodbye. I drove the top of line SS a few days back and the article on that one is here, but before we get into that almost masterpiece it is necessary to test the middle child of the fifth generation. I drove a 2012 Chevrolet Camaro after 3 years of life being

2016 Chevrolet Camaro: What Is new?

Belle Isle got hit with some big waves yesterday. So large were these waves that a few 2016 Chevrolet Camaros washed up and appeared in all their glory for the first time. After all the teasing, Chevrolet finally called together a group of Camaro fans to pass the torch from fifth to sixth generation; sans formal Auto Show. What seems to have occurred is that the new 2016 Chevrolet Camaro was not

Embrace the Dark with the Chevrolet Impala Midnight Edition

If you’re a fan of shows like Netflix’s Daredevil, you know that sometimes the heroes dress in black. Similarly, the Chevrolet Impala Midnight Edition will allow you to patrol the streets and look cool doing it. Today, Chevrolet revealed its blacked-out trim package for the Chevrolet Impala, which is strongly based on the concept vehicle that debuted at the 2014 SEMA Show. The Impala Midnight Edi

Chevrolet Goes to ‘Tomorrowland’ to Market the 2016 Volt

Product placement in films and TV is a pretty common sight these days, even if there isn’t much of a connection between the movie or show and the product. But a future leaning film that features the latest hybrid electric cars could be considered a natural fit. It appears that Chevrolet and Disney agree with this assessment, since the 2016 Chevrolet Volt (along with the electric EN-V concept car)

Chevy’s Futuristic Concept Car Will Make You Want a Time Machine ASAP

We all recognize the iconic DeLorean DMC-12 featured in the Back to the Future series. In retrospect, it wasn’t the slickest-looking vehicle, but who wouldn’t love to tool around in a sports car that can travel backwards and forwards in time? While auto manufacturers haven’t yet invented a non-gas powered time machine, Chevrolet has come up with the next best thing with its FNR c