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More features, more tech and, yes, more driving range. Chevy's electric Bolt charges into 2020 with a number of improvements.
The 2019 Chevrolet Equinox ticks a lot of boxes, but those looking to stand out in the crowd should look elsewhere.
The new Blazer makes a strong first impression with its sporty good looks and follows up with relaxed performance and smart tech.
The 2019 Chevrolet Bolt is still one of the best EVs on the road, with range that nearly eliminates anxiety, but it faces strong opposition from more fully equipped competitors.
The RST packages add a more entertaining drive character and sharper looks to the practical and capable Chevrolet Tahoe SUV.
The driving dynamics are OK, but the Traverse's best tricks make life better for every other seat in the car.
A great choice regardless of what you have to haul.
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.
Upgraded aero, suspension, tires and traction electronics make the Chevrolet Camaro ZL1 1LE a star on track.
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.
Chevy's ballsiest Camaro masters the trifecta of track, street and strip.
The Corvette Grand Sport is an excellent value. If you're looking for an affordable and balanced sports car, this is it.
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.
Chevrolet's popular Camaro pony car looks familiar, but is all-new and surprisingly modern under the skin.
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.
Chevy has turned up the wick on the Corvette, unveiling the new, supercharged Z06. It's faster than the ridiculous, outgoing ZR1, but won't be available until early 2015.
Among the long line of Corvette models, the Stingray feels like something special, a thoroughbred sports car for the 21st century that must be put on the track to be really enjoyed.