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This battle is waged every month in North America. The eternal rivals in the segment of the Muscle Cars back face as far as sales are concerned, the winner, the Chevrolet Camaro once again exceeding monthly sales to its rival...
Submitted: October 24, 2010
The new 2011 sedan Chevy Cruze is coming to the market during the last quarter of this year, after being subjected to lengthy and demanding tests in fields as diverse as the scorching Arabian desert, the icy Scandinavian landscapes, or the humid jungles of Venezuela.
During this period of testing, the new Chevrolet car met a total of 4,000,000 miles, demonstrating a proper functioning despite having to withstand extreme temperatures, ice, rain, mud, humidity, altitude and routes roads precarious.
Submitted: September 11, 2010
After Ford announced the Mustang outsold the Camaro in May, General Motors revealed since the first month of sales of the Chevrolet's muscle car, which was in May 2009, sold about 20,000 units more than the blue oval pony car.
In total, Chevrolet enrolled 99,872 Camaro cars and Ford 80,340 Mustang cars. Moreover, according to GM, its sporty won in sales in 11 of the 12 months covered. The strong competition between Ford and Chevrolet with the models Camaro and Mustang respectively, recreates perfectly...
Submitted: October 11, 2010
Chevrolet Suburban celebrates this year its 75th anniversary like the most successful SUV in the USA history, as since its debut during the Great Depression, it has transported thousands of people keeping an uninterrupted production. Any other car has remained many years without at least being out of the market for some time.
Being part of the automotive scene for about three quarters of the century, Chevrolet Suburban represents the features that determine the american SUV. Its permanence in the market speaks about the creativity of the team of its original design and...
Submitted: February 13, 2010