2016 Chevy Camaro

How the New Camaro is Winning Over Mustang Drivers

2016 Chevy Camaro

Whether you choose to classify it as a pony car, or a muscle car, the Chevrolet Camaro has been providing performance-rich driving experiences since it first came to market in 1966. The bowtie brand designed the Camaro with the sole intention of taking out the Ford Mustang, and the two cars have been in close competition with one another ever since. The Camaro and the Mustang have taken turns over the years as the leader in the sports car segment, and with that amount of competition, both vehicles have been given various updates throughout the years. In May of this year, Chevrolet introduced the sixth generation of the Camaro to the public in Detroit, Michigan – giving the Ford Mustang a very real run for its money. The new generation came at the perfect time, as the automotive giant introduced the 2016 Chevy Camaro on the car’s 50th birthday. Read the rest of this entry >>

Camaro and Colorado Named as ‘Motor Trend’ Best of the Year

Just last week, Motor Trend announced its finalists for the annual “Best of the Year” awards. The prestigious automotive publication puts out a list of the top Best of the Year vehicles from every segment available in the United States. The award is not merely the mention of a name, but rather a top honor in the automotive world. The recognition by the magazine started out back in 1949, and has evolved into one of the most widely recognized awards in the industry. We are proud to say that this year two of the bowtie brand’s vehicles took top honors. The Chevy Colorado, and the Chevy Camaro. Miami, get ready to check out the Best Car and Best Truck of 2016. Read the rest of this entry >>

2016 Camaro Wraps Up Cross-Country Tour


The 2016 Chevy Camaro will be making its debut before you know it, and to ramp up for the release, the brand decided to showcase their vehicle across the entire country. To achieve this, the company literally drove the vehicle through each of the 49 continental states.

To learn more about Chevy’s extraordinary journey with the upcoming Camaro, continue reading after the break…

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Top 10 Camaro Models Ever Made


If you are reading this, then we probably don’t have to convince you that the Camaro is one of the coolest muscle cars ever made. Since it first came into production back in 1966, the Camaro has been a constant symbol of muscle, speed, performance, and power. If you have ever gotten behind the wheel of a Camaro, or better yet – owned a Camaro, then you have a better idea of what we mean. The Camaro is not simply a car, it is a lifestyle choice. Others have tried to replicate this feeling, but no other car in its class can hold a candle to the Chevy Camaro. Miami and the rest of the world know deep down, that the Camaro is king.

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The 2016 Cruze Gets Updated for it’s Second Generation

2016 Cruze

While Chevy is more often known for their powerful trucks and large SUV’s, their cars haven’t been taken much of a backseat lately. In fact, Chevy’s compact and midsize sedans have been selling very well and it’s largely due to the fact that the Chevy knows how to make vehicles. Plain and simple, be it a Suburban, Silverado or Cruze, Chevy knows what the American people want and they know how to deliver it. The 2016 Chevy Cruze a prime example.

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Chevy Moving Forward with 2017 Cruze Diesel Model 

2017 Chevy Cruze Turbo Diesel

Volkwagen’s vehicle scandal has put diesel under heavy scrutiny. Many manufacturers are likely questioning their own diesel line-ups due to a potential drop in interest from scorned consumers.

Chevrolet, however, is doing the exact opposite with its newly redesigned 2016 Chevy Cruze in Miami. The brand’s best-selling compact car has been utilizing “clean diesel” technology since the 2014 model year, when it first introduced a turbo diesel option. It was the the first GM sedan in 28 years to feature a diesel engine.

While not a high-volume seller, the Cruze Turbo Diesel is extremely efficiency when compared to its gasoline-powered counterparts.

Given this information, it might seem more advantageous for Chevrolet to temporarily abandon their turbo diesel efforts with the Cruze and focus on their high-volume sellers. But given the fact that automakers must reach a 54.5 mpg average amongst vehicles by 2025, innovation can’t wait.

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