Articles Tagged “News”

  • 2018 Chevrolet Tahoe vs Ford Expedition

    2018 Chevrolet Tahoe | Price Yours Starting Price: $48,745 Above Average: First- and second-row comfort, huge center console, relaxed V8s Below Average: Only 16 mpg in the city, tight third row space Consensus: Why mess with this proven truck-based formula?   2018 Ford Expedition | Price Yours Starting Price: $52,985 Above Average: Generous third row space, towing, power Below Average: Still only 17 mpg in the […]

  • The best Camaros throughout the years

    The Camaro is a little bit like Lynyrd Skynyrd—and not just because the latter blares so often in the former. Critics deride it and reduce it to clichés, but when you review all the hits in its back catalog, you realize this is a great car. Cue up “Free Bird” as we salute the 10 […]

  • Run To The Coast II A Weekend of High-Performance Glory!

    There’s something to be said for grassroots types of events; you know the kind where there’s little cause for worrying. Instead you’re there to hang with your peers, packing minimal tools, and buckled up behind the wheel for a spirited thrill ride. There isn’t big money involved for winning; instead the winner earns a small […]

  • Chevrolet Cavalier 425 HP A/FX Coupe Exhibition Vehicle

    Front-wheel drive drag racing fans will surely notice a new addition on the strip this season when the Cavalier 425 A/FX coupe exhibition vehicle debuts. Built as a companion to GM Racing’s new 650 hp-plus front-wheel drive car, the new Cavalier 425 A/FX coupe will tour the increasingly popular FWD drag circuit along with the […]

  • Letters, News, And Everything Else

    LETTERS LS Fest I attended the LS show in Bowling Green, Kentucky, and really enjoyed it. Just like you said, it was a great first-time event. I also agree that it would have been a much better turnout if the local weather guys weren’t forecasting rain for the entire weekend; I’m sure that kept a […]

  • News And Garage Letters

    Old School Going New I was just reading your March issue of CHP. I have really enjoyed all the LS articles, and your editorial in that issue really struck me well. I am an old-school SBC and BBC guy. At the time, I knew them like the back of my hand and when I built […]

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  • Arrival: 2011 Chevrolet Volt

    As “new” cars go, they don’t get much newer than Chevy’s extended-range electric Volt. So much is different about the first production plug-in hybrid that we have loads of questions: How do you “break in” an engine that may serve only occasional use? (Succinct owner’s manual answer: “The vehicle does not require a break-in period.”) […]

  • 2011 Chevrolet Orlando

    Talk about déjà vu. Two years after rolling out Chevy’s Orlando concept en Paris, General Motors will unveil the production-ready 2011 Chevrolet Orlando crossover this September at the 2010 Paris Motor Show. Overall, the Orlando concept morphed into the production 2011 Orlando with few changes. The largest departure from the original show car lies at […]

  • 2011 Chevrolet Cruze

    We’ve driven it in Europe. We’ve driven it in China. And eventually, we’ll drive the U.S.-spec, 2011 Chevrolet Cruze on America’s roads — although it’s still almost a year away from Chevy showrooms. So while the general public won’t be getting its hands on the new Chevy compact anytime soon, that isn’t stopping GM from […]

  • Exclusive First Look: 2012 Chevrolet Volt Convertible

    Chevrolet has pulled off a surprise announcement with news that a 2-door convertible version of the brand’s Volt electric hybrid will come to market as early as this summer. Set to make its debut next month during the New York Auto Show, the Volt convertible will be powered by the same hybrid gas/electric powertrain found […]