Don't expect a production one anytime soon.
So you've read what we thought about the 2019 Toyota Corolla Hatchback.Well, now you must be wondering how that new 2019 Corolla stacks up with all the other hatchbacks. And, despite long thinking that hatchbacks were doomed, there are actually quite a lot of them these days. So many, in fact, that we couldn't fit them all in our space-limited comparison chart.
Chevrolet has a lot of changes in store for 2019. None of them are especially major, but they're coming to three of Chevrolet's passenger car models, the Malibu, Cruze and Spark. They all get mildly revised front and rear fascias, updated color schemes, and new options and packages. The amount of change varies from car to car, so we'll start with what's arguably the most significantly updated, the Malibu.
First he goes after Ford, and now Chevy.
One analyst believes this won't be the General's last production adjustment.
It's not necessarily sporty, but that's not necessarily a bad thing.
Move over Volkswagen, the General is after America's diesel market.
A front-drive sedan might do okay, but Cadillac really needs more crossovers.
In the aftermath of recent earthquakes in Japan, GM is expecting a shortage in the supply of certain parts, so it's shutting down four of its plants in North America for two weeks.
What does it say about a car when it has hit dealer lots without a single review to its name?
The new Chevrolet Cruze Hatchback ups the compact Chevy's cargo volume to a full 42 cubic feet, offering fresh take on the company's compact offering.
Chevy's second-generation Cruze sprouts a five-door variant, and this one will actually be sold in the US. It debuts at the 2016 Detroit Auto Show.