We are nearly through half of 2015 as the calendar goes, but as the automotive calendar states we are much closer to the end than the beginning as many new models will show up in the fall to kick of the next model year. This gives you the opportunity to grab some amazing deals at your local dealerships, finding great financing and pricing, but what vehicles should you shop for when you visit? Continue reading Family vehicles worthy of your attention
The Chevy Malibu has been a beloved mid-sized sedan for many years and has done well in the market. Malibu is a sturdy, reliable name in the automotive industry, and this is no exception for the next generation model Malibu. Chevrolet is introducing the 2016 Chevrolet Malibu Hybrid with sleek lines, better fuel economy, and packed with technology. Standard Malibu models are available for purchase in late 2015, but the Hybrids will not be available until 2016.
It was a fun ride while it lasted. The ride continues as a gas vehicle, but the electric vehicle variation of the Chevrolet Spark is going bye-bye. Fear not. The domestic automaker isn’t giving up on electric vehicles. They’re just focusing everything on one new vehicle.
The redesign unveiled at the New York Auto Show demonstrates their commitment to the Spark line, but the upcoming Chevy Bolt is the new darling for electric vehicle lovers in the General Motors lineup. The new Spark has more power, smaller headlights (thankfully) and will still be a great green alternative for those who don’t find electric vehicles to be practical.
There’s a touching, artsy, and sad video making its viral rounds on the internet. It features the Chevrolet bowtie, a girl, and a dog. The video works its way backwards from what appears to be a final visit to the vet back through their lives together to the point that she first picked “Maddie” and then back to the sad final moments again.
The thing is that other than the title and the branding on the video, there’s no other indication that the video actually belongs to Chevrolet. The company that published the video on Vimeo, The Herd Films, has no apparent connection to Chevrolet or Chevrolet Canada.