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18 Aug 2020 | No Comment | 107 views

 

By Don Hammonds

There is quite a bit of big news from Chevy for model year 2021, from the all-new Trailblazer CUV to the rugged, popular Colorado pickup.

And right in the middle of it all comes the return of a familiar nameplate–Trailblazer for the brand’s all-new entry into the competitive compact SUV market.

Let’s take a look at what is ahead:

Trailblazer:

Chevy’s cooler than cool subcompact SUV is, at this writing, the fastest selling car in America. That’s a huge accomplishment when you …

Chevrolet, Convertibles, Sports Cars, Uncategorized »

24 Jun 2015 | No Comment | 1,435 views
2016 Chevy Camaro goes topless

By Don Hammonds

You knew it had to happen. If there’s an all new Chevrolet Camaro Coupe now unveiled, a Camaro Convertible would not be far behind. And so, it is true. Chevy’s raised the top on its new Camaro–literally. It’s a convertible that has a top that can even be lowered at 30 miles per hour!

Camaro convertibles have a legacy and lore all their own,  you know. The convertible back in the day served as pace car in both …

Chevrolet, Trucks, Uncategorized »

12 Mar 2015 | No Comment | 1,493 views
2015 Chevy Colorado: Best truck–of them all

By Donald Hammonds

The all-new 2015 Chevrolet Colorado, the 2015  Motor Trend Truck of the Year, is quite a revelation on the pickup state of the art these days.

Quiet, smooth as silk, passenger car-style maneuverability and almost the perfect blueprint for a smaller, easy to drive, yet eminently practical truck of the future.     And as far as we can tell without having test driven its newest competitor, the totally redone 2016 Toyota Tacoma (Ford is out of the …

Acura, Auto Shows, Buick, Chevrolet, Convertibles, Dodge, Ford, Hybrids, Infiniti, Lexus, Lincoln, Luxury Cars, Nissan, Toyota, Trucks, Uncategorized, Volkswagen »

16 Feb 2015 | 3 Comments | 12,463 views
Detroit:2015 North American International Auto Show

This year’s North American International Auto Show—also known as the Dtroit Auto Show-took a U turn away from hybrids and compact cars–and unveiled a slew of big cars, huge trucks and flashy sport car with blistering performance. Everyone from Ford and Buick——that’s Buick’s stunning concept car, the Avenir, just above– to Acura and Lexus unveiled products that represented a huge departure from the sorts of cars seen at the last few Detroit Auto Shows.

Just about the only brands introducing products that …