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General Motors CarBravo aims to change how people shop for used cars

General Motors CarBravo aims to change how people shop for used cars

Traditionally, GM dealerships selling new Chevrolet, Buick, GMC, and other GM umbrella brands sold used cars from all manufacturers, often taken in as trades for new vehicles. However, there is increasing competition in the used car market, with some dealerships only selling used cars, such as Carvana, CarMax, and others. When the pandemic hit, many people began looking for different ways to purchase new and used vehicles, including services that never required them to step foot in a dealership. General Motors has announced a new way for people to shop for used vehicles called CarBravo.

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Chevy Silverado EV RST First Edition truck is already sold out

Chevy Silverado EV RST First Edition truck is already sold out

One of the biggest Chevrolet announcements in recent months was its unveiling of the Silverado EV during CES 2022. When Chevrolet announced the truck, it said there will be several trim levels coming, but the very first version of the Silverado EV will be the RST First Edition. The First Edition will come with every conceivable option and a massive price tag.

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A $30,000 Chevrolet Equinox EV SUV is coming

A $30,000 Chevrolet Equinox EV SUV is coming

Forget the six-figure Silverado EV: the most exciting upcoming electric Chevrolet could be a far more attainable pair of SUVs. The automaker accompanied its electric pickup news at CES 2022 today with the confirmation that an Chevrolet Equinox EV SUV is coming, along with a larger Chevrolet Blazer EV SUV.

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This is the 2024 Chevrolet Silverado EV pickup

This is the 2024 Chevrolet Silverado EV pickup

Chevrolet has revealed its first all-electric pickup, wading into the growing EV truck segment with the 2024 Silverado EV aiming to take on Ford's F-150 Lightning. When it arrives in 2023, the new Silverado EV will be based on GM's Ultium platform, capable of around 400 miles of driving - model depending - on a charge, and include unusual flexibility features like a Multi-Flex Midgate that allows the bed to extend into the cabin for hauling longer items.

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Chevrolet Silverado ZR2 price leak might make Ford happy

Chevrolet Silverado ZR2 price leak might make Ford happy

Chevrolet previously revealed its new high-end trim for an off-road performance pickup called the Silverado ZR2. We know all of the features and specifications with the truck revealed previously. What Chevrolet hasn't officially announced is how much the ZR2 will cost.

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2022 Ford Mach-E gets price hike, plus Silverado EV production details leak

2022 Ford Mach-E gets price hike, plus Silverado EV production details leak

Electric vehicles are extremely hot right now, with automotive manufacturers worldwide moving away from combustion engines towards electricity. Much of the push behind the surge in electric vehicle popularity comes from the US government and other governments worldwide issuing mandates forcing automakers to transition to electric vehicles. A new report surfaced that says the price for the 2022 Mach-E electric vehicle will be increasing compared to the current version.

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Ford and Honda hit with major recalls over brake and hood issues

Ford and Honda hit with major recalls over brake and hood issues

The automotive world is no stranger to significant recalls on various vehicles for different reasons. Recently, Ford confirmed that it recalled almost 115,000 Escape and Bronco Sport SUVs. Those two SUVs look vastly different but are built on the same platform. The recall comes after a government audit uncovered a potential problem with how the vehicles brake in an emergency.

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Chevy fans can get the Duramax 3.0 engine again

Chevy fans can get the Duramax 3.0 engine again

Parts shortages are hitting virtually all automakers, forcing them to be unable to produce some vehicles or to produce some vehicles missing critical components. One of the products that Chevrolet was forced to stop offering during the shortage was its 3.0-liter in-line-six turbodiesel Duramax engine. That engine is found under the hood of both its Silverado 1500 and the GMC Sierra 1500 trucks.

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Chevrolet and Hot Rod magazine turn iconic Project X into an EV

Chevrolet and Hot Rod magazine turn iconic Project X into an EV

Garage tinkerers have been taking the engines out of vehicles that came from the factory and replacing them with an engine never meant to be there for decades. One of the most iconic magazines supporting fans and builders of the type of vehicle known as a hot rod is MotorTrend's Hot Rod magazine. Chevrolet and Hot Rod have announced a project that will see them take a 1957 Chevy known as Project X and convert it to an electric vehicle. It has had several different powertrains under the hood over the years, and its latest engine swap is something modern.

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GMC Hummer EV range mysteriously surfaces in MyChevrolet app

GMC Hummer EV range mysteriously surfaces in MyChevrolet app

At this point, we know almost everything there is to know about the coming GMC Hummer EV. The Hummer was originally a gasoline-swilling monster SUV that met its demise in part because of pressure from groups who felt like it produces too much pollution and its high price. GMC revived the Hummer as an electric super truck of sorts with massive amounts of power and torque under the hood.

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Some automakers are fighting hard against a new plan for EV rebates

Some automakers are fighting hard against a new plan for EV rebates

Lawmakers in Washington want to push people away from cars with internal combustion engines to electric vehicles. In the US, lawmakers face the problem that electric vehicles are often more expensive than similar combustion engine vehicles. The charging infrastructure in many areas is still patchy enough that people worry about where they would charge the vehicles. This is a particularly big problem for people who live in apartments or condos where chargers don't exist, making charging from home virtually impossible.

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Chevy Bolt production will resume in limited capacity

Chevy Bolt production will resume in limited capacity

GM confirmed this week that it intends to resume limited production of the Bolt electric vehicle at the Orion assembly plant in Michigan. Production of the Bolt has been halted since August when GM was forced to issue a massive recall of the electric vehicle due to defective batteries that have caused multiple fires. As a result, GM was unable to resume production until new battery packs were available that posed no fire risk.

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