General Motors is recalling about 1.04 million pickup trucks over an issue with the seatbelts. Continue Reading...
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General Motors is bringing hybrid power back to its pickup trucks, though for now the trucks are limited to buyers in California. Continue Reading...
GM is having more problems with keys. Continue Reading...
General Motors‘ next-generation pickups will now arrive in fall 2018. Continue Reading...
General Motor’s 2014 half-ton pickup truck twins, the Chevy Silverado and GMC Sierra, have both been given five-star safety ratings in regular and double cab form courtesy of the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA). Continue Reading...
Chevrolet chose the Texas State Fair to unveil its latest lineup of Heavy Duty trucks, which have received a facelift for the 2015 model year. Continue Reading...
To help meet future U.S. fuel economy standards and stay competitive with Ford, General Motors is putting its next-generation pickup trucks on a strict diet. Continue Reading...
General Motors is hiring roughly 100 retired engineers to watch its supplier base as the American automaker launches its new full-size pickup trucks. Continue Reading...
General Motors arrived in Detroit this year with two big stories, an all-new Corvette, and a brand new pair of trucks – the Chevy Silverado and GMC Sierra – both of which just bowed on the show floor. Continue Reading...
About 54,686 General Motors vehicles are being recalled, regarding issues with the vehicle’s shift lock module that can allow them to be shifted from park when the brakes are not applied and the key is not in the ignition, leading to the possibility of a them rolling away. Continue Reading...
GM plans to release its revamped lineup of trucks next year as 2014 models, and it appears that the American automaker won’t be equipping them with eight-speed automatic transmissions – at least not yet. Continue Reading...