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A really solid choice, if perhaps not the most exciting one.
A refined and solid all-around American muscle car.
A great choice regardless of what you have to haul.
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 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.
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.
There's plenty to like about the Camaro, if you can deal with the less savory stuff.
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.
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 2019 Chevrolet Equinox ticks a lot of boxes, but those looking to stand out in the crowd should look elsewhere.
Mileage has never varied more than it will between two 2012 Chevrolet Volt owners, but with regular charging, this part-time EV is capable of fantastic efficiency -- just don't look too hard at its dashboard.
If you aren't prioritizing price above all else, you're better off leaving the Malibu at the rental lot.
More features, more tech and, yes, more driving range. Chevy's electric Bolt charges into 2020 with a number of improvements.
Chevy’s new heavy-duty Silverado pickup trucks aim to make towing a breeze.
Chevy’s Duramax diesel-powered Silverado 1500 is an efficient torque monster.