Going off road doesn’t just mean driving on a gravel road. Off road includes muddy roads, water-covered paths and rocky trails. If you’re going to drive on all that, you’ll need one heck of a capable truck, like the Trail Boss 3.0 that Chevrolet has brought to SEMA. Continue Reading...
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When it comes to getting work done, there’s no better vehicle than the pickup truck. Continue Reading...
Chevrolet announced today that it will bring a special edition of the Colorado mid-size pickup truck to the Chicago Auto Show this week. Continue Reading...
The Land Rover Discovery Sport continues to garner the attention of automotive shoppers worldwide. Continue Reading...
Finalists for the North American Car and Truck of the Year Awards were just announced in Detroit. Continue Reading...
The SEMA show is underway this week and Chevrolet is not done teasing the cars they’re bring to Vegas. Today the company is showing us a beefed up Colorado pickup, that has upgrades and stuff. Continue Reading...
GM’s all-new pickups are off to a bumpy start. Continue Reading...
Chevrolet is already showcasing the customization possibilities its Colorado “lifestyle” pickup offers. Continue Reading...
Good news midsize pickup fans! GM just announced its latest entries in the segment, the all-new Chevrolet Colorado and GMC Canyon, are shipping to dealers starting today. Continue Reading...
General Motors is investing in its Wentzville assembly plant to prepare for its new midsize pickups. Continue Reading...
Fuel economy ratings for the upcoming GMC Canyon and Chevrolet Colorado were released today. Continue Reading...
The 2015 Chevrolet Colorado is priced to sell, starting at $20,995 including destination. Continue Reading...
GM truck enthusiasts have been yearning for a Ford Raptor fighter and their wishes may come true. Continue Reading...
An all-terrain Chevrolet Colorado is under consideration according to GM’s top truck engineer. Continue Reading...
The Ford F-150, Chevy Silverado, Ram 1500 and Toyota Tundra have all seen updates in the past year, but what about smaller pickups which are seen as more affordable and fuel efficient? Well, they may be on the way back to relevance. Continue Reading...
Bigger isn’t always better, although domestic automakers are pretending not to hear you when it comes to compact pickups. Why? Continue Reading...
General Motors has started the expansion of its Wentzville, Missouri plant, essentially taking the first steps toward brining the new Chevrolet Colorado to the U.S. Continue Reading...
The newest generation Chevy Colorado was unveiled at the Bangkok Motor Show last year, and will make its American debut in 2014, quite possibly with a new name to coincide with the new design. Speaking at the New York Auto Show, GM North American President Mark Reuss said that the new mid-size truck, which may not be… Continue Reading...
Following the discontinuation of the Chevrolet Colorado, speculation quickly cropped up about the new Colorado that debuted at the Bangkok Motor Show last year. Early on, many people assumed the truck would immediately succeed the recently discontinued generation as a 2013 model, but those assumptions are turning up false. In fact the new Colorado, pictured… Continue Reading...
GM has issued a recall on Chevrolet Colorado and GMC Canyon pick-up trucks produced between September 9th, 2011 to October 19th, 2011 for a faulty driver’s side seatbelt buckle. An electrical connector on the buckle might not have fit snugly with the connector pins which will cause the seat belt warning light to not… Continue Reading...
Even as General Motors readies their new Chevrolet Colorado mid-size pickup, Ford and Chrysler are hedging their bets that consumers won’t return to the floundering small truck market, and continue to opt for full-size pickups instead. General Motors has claimed that the new Colorado will do most of what a full-size truck can do with… Continue Reading...
Chevrolet‘s new mid-size Colorado pickup will offer most of the functionality of a full-size light-duty pickup without the operating costs, according to Mark Reuss, head of General Motors North America. “You may have 85, 90 percent of what a big pickup will do,” Reuss told Automotive News at the Los Angeles Auto Show. The previous Colorado… Continue Reading...
The Chevrolet TrailBlazer was killed off in 2009 to make way for GM’s new range of car-based crossovers, but evidently there’s still demand for a mid-size, truck based SUV, as Chevrolet has announced a new TrailBlazer based on the upcoming Colorado mid-size pickup. Given that the Colorado was developed for world markets by GM’s Thailand… Continue Reading...
GM is recalling 10,000 trucks and SUVs that have been impacted by two safety issues worldwide. The majority of the recalls are for the 2011 Chevrolet Colorado and GMC Canyon (9,215 combined) that could roll away when shifted into park due to a faulty part manufactured in China. The recall will be officially issued out… Continue Reading...