General Motors' large crossover SUVs were a revelation when they launched back in 2007, proof that GM could compete with the best. We've been big fans, even awarding the Chevrolet Traverse a Top Pick designation a few years back. But there's no denying that this platform is now one of the oldest in the segment.
The four brands that stand out for car-brand perception—Ford, Toyota, Honda, and Chevrolet—also lead in purchase intent and brand loyalty.
Small turbocharged engines are marketed as delivering the power of a large engine, with the fuel economy of a smaller one. That's a tempting proposition, but our testing shows these small-displacement turbos are not delivering on the promises.
Chevrolet introduced the 2014 Corvette Stingray ahead of the action-packed Detroit auto show, revealing sharp-edged styling, more power, a better-dressed interior, and impressive materials technology.
General Motors is empowering programmers to develop applications for use in its cars with a new software development kit (SDK) announced at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES).
Proving paying more doesn't automatically equate to safer, some midsized cars do better than luxury models in the new frontal offset crash test conducted by the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS).
Consumer Reports has completed testing several new or updated family sedans, and the results are a bit mixed.
General Motors today unveiled its next-generation full-sized pickup trucks. Both the Chevrolet Silverado and GMC Sierra mark an evolutionary step forward, with revised styling, powertrains, and safety features more commonly associated with upscale cars.
"Would you get that same car again?" That is the key question we ask subscribers in our annual owner satisfaction survey to discover how happy owners are with their car. And once again, we see a link between excitement and satisfaction.
Chevrolet's MyLink infotainment system been treated to a major overhaul for 2013. When the next-generation version appears this spring in the 2014 Impala, it will have a number of new features that let users customize it to their personal preferences.
The Chevrolet Spark is an affordable city car that's great for tight parking spots and easy on gas, but that is where the good news ends.
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