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2012 Chevrolet Colorado Mid-Size Pickup Truck

2012 Chevrolet Colorado Mid-Size Pickup Truck

Sheetmetal styling for Colorado employs design elements from the Trailblazer SUV and projects a powerful face dominated by the horizontal strip of chrome splitting in half the grille and corner headlamp clusters. Overall shape of the truck is rather cubistic with squarish corners but aerodynamic concessions like a sloping front hood and canted windshield. Read More »

2007 Chevrolet Cobalt SS Compact Supercharged Coupe

Other than a tasteless rear wing, the Chevy Cobalt SS is a fairly smart looking car. Its nip-and-tuck styling doesn't help its driving feel, which is flabby compared to the raw Honda Civic Si. A conspicuous gauge on the driver's front pillar is the most obvious sign that you're sitting in a high-performance version of Chevy's Cobalt economy car. Read More »

2005 Chevrolet Cobalt Compact Sedan

New Car Review of the 2005 Chevrolet Cobalt Compact Sedan Base MSRP Range: $13,625 – $21,430 Base Invoice Range: $12,739 – $20,037 MSRP As Tested: $19,490 Versions: Base, LS, LT, SS. Vehicle Category: Compact Sedan Engine Location: Front Engine Drive Wheels: Front-Wheel Drive . Standard Engine: 2.2-liter, Dual Overhead Cam, 16-valves, I-4,145 – horsepower at 5400 rpm and 155 lb-ft ... Read More »

2006 Chevrolet Monte Carlo Mid-Size Coupe and Impala Sedan

Monte Carlo has, for quite some time, been one of the most exotic getaways in Europe – a playground for the elite. Chevrolet’s coupe by the same name isn’t exactly a car the ultra-rich would clamor for, but somehow it has been firmly etched into the fabric of America’s pop culture. Read More »

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 SSR Compact Pickup Truck

Think of this one as a cross between a truck and an open-top roadster. Chevrolet calls it SSR -- Super Sport Roadster. There's a bed in back like a truck, but also a retractable hardtop that converts the vehicle via power controls to a breezy convertible. The lid folds in two pieces and tucks vertically behind front seats. Frame and chassis come from Chevy's TrailBlazer SUV, with the powertrain out of Corvette. Read More »