Tuesday, May 30


Chevrolet, Corvette, Ford, Pontiac, Trucks, Used Vehicles

Why the SSR is the Chevy You’ve Never Heard Of

Chevrolet is known for some great vehicles–that pretty much goes without saying. The iconic Corvette comes to mind, or the ever-popular Chevy Tahoe SUV, or even the Chevy Camaro. But even many Chevy fans have probably never heard of the SSR. It was supposed to be a cool, retro vehicle, but in reality, it was heavy, slow, and not really sure what it wanted to be. (more…)
Chevrolet, Ford, Honda, Kia, SUVs, Toyota

Top 5 SUVs for Tons of Space

If you are a family that is in need of storage space when you are on the road, these are 5 SUVs you’ll want to check out. From the all-new Ford Explorer to the well-loved Honda Pilot, these are SUVs that were made for you and all your gear. (more…)
Chevrolet, Ford, GMC, Toyota, Trucks

The Top 3 Most Fuel-Efficient Trucks for Sale in 2023

Today’s pickup trucks are powerful, technologically advanced, trend-setting machines designed to always get the job done. They’re also frequently called gas guzzlers - and for good reason. But does getting a high-performing truck mean you also have to deal with bad gas mileage? Not necessarily. According to the experts, here are the top 3 most fuel-efficient trucks for sale in 2023. But first... A Word on Fuel Efficiency, Power, and the New Electric Trucks Trend Fuel efficiency for trucks that tow can change when the towing takes place, which isn’t accounted for in this list—keep that in mind. Also, no hybrid electric trucks are included because they generally have better fuel efficiency, but they aren’t always running on gas. And not everyone likes or can afford to purchase and maint...
Chevrolet, EVs & Crossovers, GM

Domino’s Goes Electric with Pizza Delivery

Domino's is a forward-thinking company that made a commitment to having net-zero emissions by 2050. Part of their initiative is to reduce emissions during the delivery process. So, they are going electric. They've ordered 800 Chevy Bolt EVs, and these new delivery vehicles will be on the road by the end of 2023. So why is Dominoes going electric, and why did they choose the Chevy Bolt? Take a look at some of the details of their initiative. Why Go Electric? Electric vehicles such as the Chevy Bolt EV are better for the environment and have lower average maintenance costs than combustion vehicles. They also provide a reduction in fueling costs. Domino's also hopes the transition to electric Chevy delivery vehicles will help recruit new delivery drivers. While they currently hire driv...
Automotive Everything, BMW, Chevrolet, GMC, Hybrid, Luxury Cars, Mazda, Sports Cars, SUVs, Toyota

5 Cars We Are Looking Forward To In 2023

The near future of the automotive industry seems destined for change as many automakers are moving to electrified lineups. However, gas vehicles aren’t anywhere near dead yet, and there are some next-generation models due out next year, including the next-gen GMC Terrain for the 2024 model year. Let’s take a look at five interesting cars that should be out in 2023. (more…)
Chevrolet, Ford, Jeep, Trucks

Best Trucks for Towing Small Trailers

Finding the right truck for towing a small trailer means matching weight requirements with the right-sized truck. For instance, you probably don’t need a behemoth if you’re pulling a small trailer with a jet ski, though it’s easy to end up with more truck than you need. Being smart about it can save thousands of dollars. Right-Sizing Your Truck There are lots of customizable options on the market, so you may not need a pricey Ford F-150 or a Ram 1500. Doing your homework will lead you to plenty of alternatives for less money. A compact pickup truck can be customized to suit your needs, allowing you to avoid the expense of a full-size pickup. Ford Ranger The Ford Ranger, as sold, is capable of hauling up to 3,500 pounds, but adding the Ford Trailer Tow Package jumps that threshold u...
Chevrolet, Sports Cars

70th-Anniversary Stingray Corvette

Seven Decades Of Power Are Meant to Be Celebrated Bring out the birthday cake and candles. If you're the proud owner of a Corvette Stingray, it's time to celebrate its 70th birthday. Visit your local Chevrolet dealer to see how you can order your very own 70th-anniversary Stingray Corvette. How the Stingray Grew To Be an American Classic The first model of the Corvette Stingray went on sale in 1953. The first model featured a classic convertible style and an inline 6-cylinder engine that put out a respectable 150 horsepower. The introduction of the Corvette was a direct response to European sports vehicles and their rising popularity. While it was slow to find its footing in the US market, the Corvette began to grow in popularity as well in U.S. markets. That is only after it was outf...
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