All posts by Jenn DeRango

5 Ways the Trax Makes a Great Winter Vehicle

The Chevrolet Trax was just launched for the 2013 model year for the first time in the United States. The mini compact crossover segment was just getting started, and the Trax was positioned perfectly to hit the ground running. Featuring the perfect size to navigate city streets, tight parking spaces, and heavy traffic – the 2016 Chevy Trax is the perfect crossover for the city dweller with an adventurous spirit. The Trax is the most unique model in the Chevrolet lineup. Coming up 20-iches shorter than the compact Chevy Equinox, the Trax proudly wears its blue bowtie as the smallest compact crossover in Chevy’s history. Read the rest of this entry >>

5 Reasons The Chevy Trax is the Best City-Smart CUV

Subcompact crossovers are rarely designed for long haul road trips. Their function is not best suited on the open road, but rather in a crowded city. The Chevrolet Trax was created by the General Motors-owned company back in 2013, and has been serving the subcompact crossover segment well, ever since. Seeing the Chevy Trax in Miami is the perfect example of how the subcompact was meant to perform. Maneuvering through crowded city streets, angling perfectly into a tight parking space, and zig-zagging effortlessly through gridlock traffic. That is what the subcompact crossover segment was made for. And the Trax performs brilliantly. Read the rest of this entry >>

2016 Traverse: Best in Class Features Where They Matter Most

The Traverse is a full-size crossover SUV produced by Chevrolet since 2008. With seating for up to eight passengers, and plenty of technology to appease them all, the Traverse is one of the most up and coming vehicles in its class. The large presence of the Chevy Traverse in Miami and across the United States is growing every year, and for good reason.

In a segment that is largely competitive, the Traverse is standing on its own with plenty of class-exclusive features, incredible safety scores, and more. No other full-size SUV can compare. The newest rendition of the Traverse has other SUVs scrambling to stay relevant in a market that requires almost constant evolution.

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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 >>

Top 10 Camaro Models Ever Made

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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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New Malibu Concept Unveiled at SEMA

Earlier this year, Chevrolet unveiled its newest version of the Chevy Malibu at the New York Auto Show. The completely redesigned sedan has a more modern, sporty, and upscale look than previous model years  – and is arguably the best looking version of the sedan to date. The mid-size sedan first went on sale in 1964, but took a hiatus from 1983 to 1997. With popularity for the car rising ever since the Malibu was resurrected, General Motors has been working hard to keep the momentum alive, and the car relevant.

Most recently, Chevrolet unveiled a new Red Line concept of the Malibu at the 2015 SEMA show. Whether you are a current driver of a Chevy Malibu in Miami, or are interested in the sedan for a future purchase – the newest concept is arguably the most interesting version of the Malibu ever made.

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6 Changes for the 2016 Silverado

The Chevy Silverado is one of the best selling pickups in America, and the popular bowtie truck recently got a makeover for its newest model year. For those Chevy Silverado Miami fans, you may already be aware that the pickup received a complete overhaul back in 2014. Chevy kicked off the Silverado’s fourth generation by redesigning the truck from top to bottom. With that redesign happening just two short years ago, what does the “all-new” 2016 Silverado exactly mean? Read the rest of this entry >>

Team Chevy Rodeo Highlights the New 2016 Chevy Silverado

2016 Chevy Silverado

The Chevrolet Silverado has been one of the most popular full size, heavy-duty pickup trucks since it was first introduced in 1999. The Silverado has come a long way since the end of the last century, and the newest rendition is one of the most exciting versions of the truck yet.

The 2016 Chevy Silverado is a completely redesigned pickup, and one that is catching the attention of pickup enthusiasts across America. Read the rest of this entry >>

Meet the All New 2016 Malibu and Malibu Hybrid

The very first Chevy Malibu to ever hit American roadways, was actually the trim level of the 1964 Chevrolet Chevelle. It wasn’t until 1978 that Chevrolet made the decision to give the Malibu its own model line, which originally lasted until the end of its fourth generation in 1983. Chevrolet revived the mid-size car after a 14 year hiatus, and the Malibu has been a strong contender in its segment ever since. Most recently, Chevrolet introduced the ninth generation, the 2016 Chevy Malibu – and the all new sedan has been making waves ever since. Read the rest of this entry >>