Chevrolet’s new top-dog Camaro is a very special car indeed. Bred from the start to attack the world’s most difficult racetracks, the newest Camaro marks the return of the legendary Z/28 name, and is fitted with all manner of go-fast equipment. We’ve just got word GM’s latest turn-key track racer is also fitted with an equally astounding price: try a cool $75,000 including destination.
The all-new 2014 Chevrolet Silverado is now in full production. With the introduction of the much-improved new full-size comes a special-edition trim level Chevy is calling the Silverado High Country. Priced from around $47,000; the ultra-luxurious trim level will give buyers all the creature comforts of a fine luxury sedan while retaining the outstanding capability and reliability the workhorse Silverado is known for.
The J.D. Power and Associates Initial Quality Study is one of the auto industry’s most important metrics of who is building the best cars these days. While long-term reliability is important, too, this study in particular focuses on new owners’ experiences with their cars over the first 90 days. And the 2013 results may come as a bit of a surprise.
The 2014 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray, completely redesigned from the ground up and bearing the internal designation “C7″, is making serious waves in anticipation of its imminent arrival at Chevy dealers. And now GM has release official performance estimates. We are quite impressed.
The weather is heating up, and so are the big cash back savings over at Chevrolet, where you’ll currently find generous Customer Cash rebates plus extra Bonus Cash on the brand’s best-selling cars and crossovers. As the 2014s begin to arrive, now is the perfect time to find a 2013 at the best prices of the year.