With turbocharged performance and aggressive, blacked-out styling cues, the 2018 Traverse RS injects a distinctive dose of fun-to-drive sportiness into the midsize SUV segment.
Based on the redesigned 2018 Traverse, which offers best-in-class maximum cargo room (98.2 cubic feet1), more technologies than the previous model and an enhanced roster of available active safety features, the Traverse RS is part of an expanded six-trim lineup focused on capability, convenience and choice.
"The 2018 Traverse offers a full product lineup positioned to effectively compete across the segment," said Steve Majoros, Chevrolet marketing director for Cars and Crossovers. "By offering customers more choice with higher-end entries like the RS, which has a more street-inspired look, and top-of-the-line High C...
Lance Lambert is in Las Vegas, Nevada to see a fantastic collection of Chevrolets including a 1937 Chevrolet, a 1957 Corvette, a 1981 Duntov Corvette and much more on this episode of The Vintage Vehicle Show. Music by Susan Surftone.
2019 Chevy Silverado debuts in new Trail Boss trim
Forget the spy shots, teasers, and speculation. This is the 2019 Chevy Silverado, which got a surprise debut at an event celebrating the brand's 100-year anniversary of trucks, in brand-new Trail Boss trim. While we'll have to wait for the Detroit Auto Show next month for all the details, we can at least get a sense of what to expect from these images.
Immediately noticeable are the truck's sculpted bodysides and rounded-off wheel arches, which stand in stark contrast to the previous model's slab-sided and angular appearance. The grille is still bolt-upright, but, at least on this trim level, it's blacked-out flanked by minimalist LED headlights. At the rear is a tailgate with stamped-in Chevrolet text and dual chrome exhaust tips.
This Trail Boss version is clearly targeted toward the off...
Buying a car can put a dent in your wallet. If you aren't careful with your choices, you can even end up spending more than you should. This is one good reason to be extra vigilant about what car features to look for.
To help you out, here are 8 of the best features you should consider.
1 Engine Size and Type
Choosing a model with a smaller engine will lower a car's price both at the dealership and at the insurer.
In general, bigger engines use more fuel and have a lower MPG (Miles Per Gallon) or the distance a vehicle can travel on a gallon of fuel. Apart from that, big engines are also considered to be powerful, making them prone to accidents. This is one good reason why insurers are likely to charge higher.
Chevrolet Halloween Tricks to Keep your Little Ones Safe
Halloween is fun and exciting for both kids and adults. It is also a day to be extra vigilant while out on the road. Safe Kids Worldwide has a stat that says on average, twice as many child pedestrians are killed while walking on Halloween compared to any other day of the year.
To help keep children and adults safe while trick-or-treating, Chevrolet Safety Engineer Suzanne Johansson shared the following tips to remind drivers to be extra careful when out and about on Halloween.
Drive Scary Slow - Kids are excited, full of sugar and potentially wearing shoes that could cause tripping. Slow down and be prepared to stop for Owlette, Cat Boy and Gekko as they cross the street or chase a piece of their costume in the wind.
Treat Yourself to Car Tech - Chevrolet recommends ...
The COPO Camaro features an exclusive Supercrush exterior color and a Hot Wheels appearance package that will be offered with the latest edition of Chevrolet's factory-built drag racer. An all-new, high-revving 302ci Gen-V small-block is also available.
The announcement coincides with the early opening of the registration system for a chance to be chosen to purchase a 2018 COPO Camaro. Those interested in purchasing one of the 69 2018 COPO Camaro race cars can register at chevrolet.com/performance/copo-registration. An independent third party will randomly select purchasers from the pool of interested customers.
As with the previous editions, 2018 COPO Camaro models are designed for NHRA's Stock Eliminator classes. They are fitted with racing chassis and suspension components, including a ...
CHEVROLET PROUDLY PARTNERS WITH AMERICAN CANCER SOCIETY FOR SEVENTH YEAR IN THE BATTLE AGAINST BREAST CANCER
For the seventh consecutive year, Chevrolet and General Motors employees, dealers and customers are joining in the fight against breast cancer by proudly supporting the American Cancer Society Making Strides Against Breast Cancer® walks.
Chevrolet and participating dealers across the United States also support the Making Strides Against Breast Cancer program through event sponsorships, team participation, customer engagement and other activities.
The money raised helps fund the American Cancer Society's efforts in breast cancer research, education for health care professionals, screening guidelines and promotion for early detection. Since 2011, Chevrolet has helped the American Cancer Society raise more than $7.7 million.
Also in recognition of breast cancer awareness, the towers of GM's R...
2018 Chevy Tahoe Custom brings the base price down $3,500
Chevrolet announced that it will introduce a new special edition for the 2018 Chevrolet Tahoe called "Custom." Unlike many other Tahoe special editions, the Custom is special in the sense that it comes without extras, and even leaves out a couple of features. But as a result, it's cheaper than any other Tahoe. It starts at $44,995, which is about $3,500 less than the current base model, the $48,510 Tahoe LS.
To get to this price, there are just a couple of things you'll have to be ok with. First, the Tahoe Custom does away with the third-row seat. Second, it gets painted 18-inch alloy wheels instead of polished examples.
Other than that, it's pretty similar to a Tahoe LS. It still has an 8-inch touchscreen infotainment system with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. It still has a standar...
CHEVROLET OFFERS PARENTS SAFETY TECHNOLOGY THAT ACTS LIKE EXTRA SETS OF EYES
According to the U.S. Department of Transportation, on average there are 210 fatalities and 15,000 injuries a year caused by backover crashes. Of those crashes, NHTSA estimates that 40 percent occurred in residential areas, with 24 percent happening in driveways.
"The majority of backover incidents are caused by the driver not being able to see their immediate surroundings," says Rondell Burge, researcher of driver behavior, Chevrolet. "When you hear about backover or frontover incidents involving parents or grandparents and their little ones, your heart sinks. It's personal and at Chevy we want to help drivers see as much of their environment as possible to help them avoid the unthinkable. That's where Surround Vision can help."
Surround Vision technology, available on the all-new 2018 Eq...