Summer is out and now it’s time to start thinking about that all important winter road trip. Whether it may be for a family Thanksgiving road trip or a romantic Xmas adventure, forget hibernating, winter is the perfect time to get out on the road, into the great outdoors and see the best the USA […]
Whether you’re headed to the hills for the weekend, an important business trip or a date night in the city, the innovative, the brand new 2015 Chevy Tahoe gives you the absolute confidence to go anywhere. Take on any challenge. We break down in 5 reasons why the 2015 Chevy Tahoe is the SUV you’ve […]
Why a 1971 Stingray? Why not a C2 Corvette built from 1963-1967? Why not a C1 Corvette built from 1953-1962? Because – why not? People like what they like, and we like the C3 the most. The C3 Corvette built from 1968-1982 was a favorite among some astronauts, with raw its horsepower delivery, it is a rocket ship in its own right.
A rare first batch 1963 Corvette Stingray ZO6 has been raced, lost, and then found again. Now, it will be displayed and auctioned off for the world to see. Get ready to drool and pull out your wallet, this ZO6 comes with a great story to complement its amazing condition. The bidding could be record setting.
Big brawny electric vehicles like the Tesla Model demonstrate that EVs aren’t necessarily small and limited. But bargain-minded car shoppers, especially those looking for a second car, are well advised to consider one of the top electric subcompacts, which can provide great maneuverability, plenty of driving range, low fueling costs, and an attractive price. I recently drove two leading contenders: the all-electric Fiat 500e and Chevrolet Spark EV.
Photo credit: Steve Fecht for Chevrolet On February 12th, 2014, the earth opened up and swallowed eight rare Corvettes. Ever since that day (“Vette-steria”?), the automotive world has been hanging on every bit of information we can get about the cars and process of rebuilding. As the world watched in horror as mangled Corvettes were […]
The Chevy Suburban has been around for quite a while. So long, in fact, that it now has the distinction of being the longest continuous use automotive nameplate in the world. The Suburban was also the first truck-based SUV, and continues to be one of GM’s most profitable models.