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Auto industry observers have suggested that Hyundai has confused new-car shoppers by implementing a two-midsize-crossover strategy. Not because the Korean maker is selling two vehicles in roughly the same market space, but because of how the vehicles are named.
Chevrolet has no fewer than five SUVs in its corporate lineup, yet none fit neatly into the “compact crossover” segment, currently the most popular in all of autodom. None, that is, until now.
Chevrolet debuted Redline concepts at the 2015 SEMA show, but introduced production versions today at the 2017 Chicago Auto Show.
In the world of electric vehicles, the new 2017 Chevrolet Bolt might well go down as a game-changer.
There’s no way to accurately paint a picture of a brand as popular and long-lived as Chevrolet in just a dozen ads, so we didn’t even try. Instead, we’ve gathered twelve of our favorite print advertisements, and didn’t worry too much about amassing a representative sample.
DETROIT—Chevrolet introduced the new generation of its Traverse midsize SUV at the 2017 North American International Auto Show in Detroit. The 2018 Traverse has a longer wheelbase than the outgoing model for improved passenger room—especially in the third row—and maximum cargo room is likewise upgraded (to 98.5 cubic feet).
Note: This article is reprinted from the August 2016 issue of Collectible Automobile
By John Biel
The names “Corvette” and “Lingenfelter” have been closely related for a long time. It’s completely natural, then, that they’re paired up on the next few pages of this magazine.
Class: Midsize Car
Miles Driven: 110
Fuel Used: 2.5 gallons
So sue us. At least we got the small V8 part right. Way back in Consumer Guide’s 1975 Car Preview magazine, we—and by we I mean guys I never met who left long before I started working here—made some bold predictions regarding the impending arrival of Chevrolet’s new-for-’75 sporty subcompact car.