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2006 Chevrolet Colorado Mid-Size Pickup Truck

Chevrolet's mid-size pickup comes in many different versions. Cabs include a two-door Regular Cab, the Extended Cab with two rear-hinged doors behind front doors, and a Crew Cab with four front-hinged doors. A rear box for Colorado Regular Cab and the extended version stretches 73 inches long, while the box on Crew Cab chops off 12 inches to keep the wheelbase at a reasonable length. Read More »

2006 Chevrolet Corvette Coupe or Convertible Sports Car

Chevy's svelte two-seat sports car works as a coupe and convertible or new Z06 fixed-roof hatchback -- the most powerful production model in Corvette's 53-year history. With a name tracing to the 1963 Sting Ray special showroom race car, Z06 for 2006 carries race-honed gear like carbon-fiber composite fenders and an awesome engine. Read More »

2006 Chevrolet Malibu Mid-Size Sedan

Malibu LTZ stocks foglamps, automatic climate controls, six-way power for the driver's bucket and curtain-style air bags. Malibu SS adds special body fascia fore and aft with a spoiler on the tail, sport suspension tuning and 18-inch flangeless wheels. Read More »

2006 Chevrolet Malibu Maxx Mid-Size Hatchback Sedan

Maxx is a four-door car similar to Malibu's sedan, yet its wheelbase stretches to add room to the rear of the cabin and there's a cascading back door in hatchback format. Maxx's back bench slides almost seven inches back and forth to vary the space for people or cargo. The back of the right front bucket also folds forward to form a flat horizontal surface, and backs of the rear bench, divided into two sections, fold on the same plane. Read More »

2006 Chevrolet Aveo Compact Economy Sedan and Hatchback

The economy car from Chevrolet works as a four-door notchback sedan or five-door hatchback. The two formats vary at the rear, where the sedan has an arched roof concluding at the trunk ledge, while the hatchback extends the roof to a back door that slopes to the bumper. Both bring a cabin with room for five and more personal space than the pint-size appearance indicates. Seatback folds flat in the sedan, but on the hatchback the rear seat folds and flips forward to expand the cargo bay. Read More »

2006 Chevrolet Impala Mid-Size Sedan

With a mid-size structure but full-size cabin space and seats for all in the family, the Impala line of sedans ranks among the best-selling passenger cars in America and it's also been the most popular Chevrolet. For 2006, the series gets a substantial make-over featuring sharp new exterior styling, a revamped passenger compartment with premium options like leather upholstery and innovative flip-and-fold rear seats, and new trim and powertrain choices. Read More »

2005 Chevrolet SSR Mid-Size Pickup Truck

If your goal in life is to turn heads, you can't find a better vehicle than this Chevrolet SSR. With a retro look, Corvette power and convertible top, it's sure to make you the talk of the neighborhood. The retro style extends into the SSR's two-seater cabin, where chrome gauges and body-color trim makes it feel like a classic hot rod. Read More »