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2017 Cruze Hatch brings sportiness to Chevy’s best-seller

2017 Cruze Hatch brings sportiness to Chevy’s best-seller

The Cruze has been enjoying the distinction of being Chevrolet's number one selling car since its introduction, both throughout the world, but also especially in the US. While smaller hatchbacks have become all the rage lately, it seems only sensible for Chevy to put two winners together. And that is exactly what it is doing by launching the 2017 Cruze Hatch, to give customers in the US a sporty and functional choice without having to sacrifice all the features and benefits that have made the Cruze sedan such a well-loved car.

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2017 Chevrolet Bolt EV revealed with 200 mile electric range

2017 Chevrolet Bolt EV revealed with 200 mile electric range

Chevrolet has taken the wraps off of the 2017 Bolt EV, it's brand new electric car, and the vehicle that could help push zero-emissions into the mass market. Revealed at CES 2016, the Bolt is GM's vision of an affordable all-electric car, with the promise of over 200 miles of range on a single charge.

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Corvette E-Ray trademark tips electric Stingray

Corvette E-Ray trademark tips electric Stingray

The next big uproar in Corvette land could very well be an electric version of the iconic Stingray. Chevrolet's Ferrari-rival for the everyman may have a legacy of screaming V8 performance, but there are whispers of a potential "Corvette E-Ray" to put an electrified twist on the coveted classic.

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2016 Chevrolet Tahoe Review

2016 Chevrolet Tahoe Review

"Try the Tahoe" I was told when, a month or so ago, I admitted that Cadillac's vast, attention-seeking, and generally louche Escalade had wormed its way into my cold British heart. According to the commenters, I'd have just as much success - not to mention save a few tens of thousands of dollars - with the 2016 version of Chevrolet's SUV. So, I thought I'd put that to the test.

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2016 Chevrolet Malibu First-Drive

2016 Chevrolet Malibu First-Drive

You could argue that midsize sedans like the 2016 Chevrolet Malibu are victims of their own success. What's possibly the most mundane car segment around is also one of the most popular in terms of US sales; that makes price a key factor, as well as finding a package - design, specification, performance, and the rest - that's palatable to as broad a range of people as possible.

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GM and Army team for Chevy Colorado fuel cell off-roader

GM and Army team for Chevy Colorado fuel cell off-roader

General Motors (GM) has announced that it has teamed up with the US Army to put a Chevrolet Colorado 4x4 truck that is powered by a hydrogen fuel cell into testing. The truck will be used for “extreme off-road” action according to GM. The truck will be in testing for 12 months with the Army.

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Chevy Bolt EV production model to make CES debut

Chevy Bolt EV production model to make CES debut

Chevrolet has announced that it will have a slick EV at CES 2016 in January. The car will mark the debut of the production version of the Bolt EV. Originally CES was mostly for gadgets and computers, but over the last few years automotive manufacturers have increasingly taken new high-tech vehicles to the show.

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Chevy Corvette Z06 C7.R Edition will be a 650 unit limited edition

Chevy Corvette Z06 C7.R Edition will be a 650 unit limited edition

Chevrolet has unveiled a sweet tribute edition Corvette Z06 at SEMA that is designed to celebrate the 2016 C7.R racing Corvette. The car will be limited to 650 units and only 500 of that number will come to the US. Buyers can only get the car in the yellow or black colors with coordinating exterior and interior accents.

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2016 Chevy Silverado Special Ops concept celebrates Special Forces

2016 Chevy Silverado Special Ops concept celebrates Special Forces

Chevrolet has some trucks in its booth at SEMA 2015 and among them is this very sexy 2016 Silverado Special Ops edition truck. The concept vehicle is based on the Silverado 1500 Z71 truck with its new front end and new tech on the inside. Chevy execs say that the concept is meant to highlight the multipurpose nature of the go anywhere and do anything nature of Special Forces teams.

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Chevy unveils custom Gen Six Camaros and Copo Camaro at SEMA

Chevy unveils custom Gen Six Camaros and Copo Camaro at SEMA

Chevrolet has rolled out some very cool sixth generation Camaros at SEMA that highlight the new car and some of the performance parts Chevy offers for the cars. Perhaps the biggest standout in the booth is the sixth gen Camaro called the Camaro Krypton concept. This car is covered in electroluminescent Krypton Green paint and has illuminated bowties that cascade down the sides at the flip of a switch.

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Chevrolet finished the first batch of 2016 Camaros

Chevrolet finished the first batch of 2016 Camaros

Chevrolet is looking to start a new Pony Car war with Ford and Dodge with the unveiling of its leaner and more powerful 2016 Camaro. Chevy has announced that this week the first production 2016 Camaros rolled off the assembly line. With the first batch of the cars off the line, dealers should begin getting the cars in the middle of November.

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2016 Camaro SS Red and Black Accent Packages to Preview at SEMA

2016 Camaro SS Red and Black Accent Packages to Preview at SEMA

Chevrolet plans to preview a couple production packages for the Camaro SS at SEMA 2015 when the show kicks off next month. The Camaro SS Red Accent and Black Accent packages show off components that will be available on the new Camaro SS. Among the parts and accessories being shown off are three new aluminum wheel designs.

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