Chevrolet News, Pricing and Reviews

With a lineup that includes some of the bestselling cars, trucks and SUVs sold in America, Chevrolet is routinely one of the bestselling brands in the US market. A refresh to the Camaro and Malibu along with new versions of the Corvette, Silverado and Impala join forces with the likes of the Volt and the Spark EV to offer an incredible range of performance cars and super efficient models in the same showroom.
Dodge Challenger and Ford Mustang

Ford Mustang, Chevy Camaro Lose Ground To Dodge Challenger In Shrinking Muscle Car Segment

Chevy Camaro sales in 2021 so far show that GM’s muscle car is fading away to oblivion while Mustang maintains a slim lead in sales in the shrinking muscle car segment. Mustang Mach-E not part of the calculations, but does the EV Mustang help or hurt the gas-powered pony car?
2022 Chevy Bolt EUV Cargo area image courtesy of Chevy

New 2022 Bolt EUV Has Less Cargo Volume Than Smaller Chevy Bolt - No Tow Rating

Shouldn't the larger "Utility" version of Chevy's new Bolt have more cargo space than the smaller hatchback version of the vehicle? According to GM's official specifications, the bigger utility Bolt has less cargo volume. And as far as we can tell, it does not have the ability to tow a trailer.
2021 Chevrolet Camaro LT1

Chevrolet Offering a Great Lease Deal on the Camaro LT1

If you are looking to get into a new American performance car for the lowest monthly price point possible and you have great credit, you can get into a 455-horsepower Chevrolet Camaro LT1 coupe for just $333 per month with only $333 down, making it by far the most affordable V8-powered performance car on the market.

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