The Chevy Trax has until now been known for its snack-size proportions and affordable starting price. Just as quick as Chevy ended its production run, the Trax returns as an all-new model with a dazzling redesign, more space, and enhanced safety features. Every Trax is front-wheel driven and powered by a 137-hp turbocharged three-cylinder engine and six-speed automatic transmission.
Although it wears the Equinox nameplate, the 2024 Chevrolet Equinox EV has little else in common with that compact SUV. The differences start with its powertrain, which swaps gasoline power for electrons. The Equinox EV's exterior styling blends futuristic touches with more traditional crossover design cues, and it looks pretty cool. The entry-level front-wheel-drive powertrain is 210 ponies strong
The Chevy Trailblazer returned to the lineup last year, slimmer, cheaper, more stylish and less powerful than in its formative years. So for 2022 the pert little SUV isn’t changed, aside from a heated steering wheel on top models and some air-conditioning improvements. Front-drive models use a 1.2-liter turbo-3 rated at 137 hp, mated to a continuously variable automatic
Name aside, the Silverado EV interior shares almost nothing with the Silverado's. In many ways, the 2024 Chevy Silverado EV can be considered a fresh look at what it could mean to be a truck going forward. Developed as an EV from the ground up and not constrained by a traditional pickup truck design that separates the cab from
The every-person’s crossover EV has its strengths, but could still use refinement. When Chevrolet first introduced the Bolt EV, it sent shockwaves through the automotive industry as the first properly affordable mainstream electric car. More than half a decade later, Chevy has taken its award-winning hatchback and spun off a second model, the stretched Bolt EUV crossover. We put 
How does America’s second-best-selling pickup satisfy in Rally Sport Truck guise? Chevrolet sold 594,094 Silverado pickup trucks in America last year. Again, that's last year—you know, the bad one with the global pandemic. Also, General Motors will hate me for mentioning this, but since the two vehicles are virtually identical, we really ought to toss in the 253,016 Sierras
The four-cylinder 1LE delivers amazing handling and no messy tire smoke. It seems that nearly every review of the Chevrolet Camaro compares it to the Ford Mustang and Dodge Challenger, and with good reason—these three nameplates are historic foes going back 50 years. Well, Constant Reader, that won't happen today, because the subject of this test is the four-cylinder
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