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The 2017 Chevrolet Bolt is an extraordinary EV built for ordinary people with class-leading range that nearly eliminates range anxiety and a price tag that most people should be able to afford.
What the ZR2 lacks in technology it makes up for in off-road prowess.
The plug-in hybrid champ gets even better for 2019.
Not a quantum leap, but a big step forward. The new Volt really impresses.
The 2019 Chevy Silverado is definitely worth a look, but the smallest engine is a no-go.
The 2015 Porsche Macan is an extremely rewarding driver's car, yet promises all-around practicality with its all-wheel-drive system and compact SUV cabin space, making it the most universally usable model in the Porsche line-up.
The 2013 Porsche Boxster delivers fantastically balanced performance and full-featured tech, but avoid expensive luxury items for the best value.
The RST packages add a more entertaining drive character and sharper looks to the practical and capable Chevrolet Tahoe SUV.
You'll be pleased with the ride and handling of the Equinox, but be prepared to pay extra for things like lane departure warning and blind spot monitoring.
With its old-school power and comfortable driving dynamics, muscle car traditionalists may favor the 2017 Chevrolet SS, but will have to account for dismal fuel economy. Get one fast, as 2017 marks the last production year.
Sporting an impressive technical loadout, but packing a powertrain that's not exactly eager, Chevrolet's massively revised 2016 Cruze is a solid middle-of-the-road choice for folks who want a solid commuter that isn't stuck in the 20th century.
The 2016 Chevrolet Tahoe remains a solid choice for family recreation and towing, making for an easy-driving and modern-looking SUV with some nice tech features, but it doesn't leap ahead of the competition.
The 2014 Silverado High Country is a big, beefy truck that boasts a level of standard and optional tech and amneities that's nearly comparable with one of GM's luxury sedans.
The Chevy Colorado isn't a perfect compromise between big truck usability and car practicality, but it is awfully close.
The 2013 Chevrolet Malibu Eco is a competent highway cruiser with a good baseline of cabin tech, but its eAssist mild-hybrid system doesn't really deliver the miles per gallon.
The 2008 Porsche Cayenne Turbo is a performance powerhouse but a cabin-tech laggard, and while its off-road credentials are unquestioned, it is unlikely they will ever be used. This is one $100,000 mall crawler that owes more to its badge cache than the quality of its interior amenities.
The 2019 Chevrolet Equinox ticks a lot of boxes, but those looking to stand out in the crowd should look elsewhere.
Adherents of old-school truck design will favor the 2015 Suburban for its strong bones, and Chevrolet fits the cabin out with modern electronics to keep the techie generation satisfied, but the era of 6,000-pound passenger vehicles seems over.