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A Chevy Suburban with a pickup bed, the Avalanche is a useful, if odd, mix of a full-size pickup and an SUV. Unlike other pickups, the bed can be extended into the passenger compartment with GM’s Midgate feature. From the driver’s seat, it feels and drives just like a Tahoe or a Suburban.
A basic-transportation car built for Chevrolet in Korea by Daewoo, the Aveo’s biggest strength is its low price. Performance, refinement, styling, and comfort trail that of the subcompact segment leaders, but there’s a restyle coming for the 2012 model year, so there’s some hope.
Chevy’s Camaro made the jump from show-floor concept to production with few compromises. But putting style ahead of practicality hurts things like trunk space and outward visibility. Camaro lovers are unlikely to care, though. They’ll be more interested in the new 550-hp ZL1 version.
Some of the last players in the dying compact-pickup segment, the Colorado and Canyon continue to provide a variety of body styles, load ratings, and powertrain choices (including a V-8). Built to work, these trucks aren’t particularly satisfying, refined, or good to drive.
Even in its most basic form, the Corvette is still a stunning performance car. Opt for the more aggressive Grand Sport model to get a bit of Z06 swagger. Even with its new seats, the Vette remains a racetrack bargain. A redesigned Corvette is probably only a year away.
A sales success, the Cruze brings a compelling mix of elegant styling and fuel economy to the compact-car ranks. The rear seat isn’t as big as some competitors, but the Cruze does feel more substantial than many of its market mates. Go for the Eco model to stretch every gallon a little farther.
As one of the larger players in the compact-SUV segment, the Equinox offers a bit more space but also weighs more than its competition. Two engines are available: a four-cylinder that returns impressive highway fuel economy and a larger V-6 that adds pace to this solid crossover SUV.
Redesigned for 2013, the new Malibu has crisp styling inside and out. It’s marginally smaller than before and the V-6 option is gone; a 220-hp turbocharged four-cylinder engine replaces the six. Base versions will have the option of a “light” hybrid powertrain that boosts fuel economy slightly.
GM’s full-size pickup trucks (Chevy Silverado and GMC Sierra) are aging in the face of newer trucks from Dodge and Ford. Despite this, the GM twins are still compelling because of their excellent engines, tasteful styling, and spacious interiors. Configurable in a zillion different ways, one can be made just the way you want it.
These are GM’s biggest SUVs, and they were uncontested in their class for years. They offer a variety of equipment, trim levels, and powertrain choices. These big guys are thirsty, but their towing, hauling, isolated refinement, and passenger accommodations are tough to top.
The Chevy Tahoe offers space for up to nine, good towing abilities and fuel economy that makes other large, truck-based SUVs envious. When it comes to large SUVs, most say it’s tough to beat the 2011 Chevrolet Tahoe. Auto Financing for your new ride can be obtained from OpenRoad Lending. Complete a simple one-page application and you will be burning rubber in no time.
A spacious three-row interior is the major selling point of Chevy’s Traverse. Built on GM’s full-size unibody architecture, it weighs almost as much as the truck-based Tahoe. Fuel economy is good for something this big, but the V-6 could use a bit more power to move the Traverse.
Is the Volt an electric car or a hybrid? Actually, it’s both. Keep the battery charged and you can use the Volt as an electric. Run out of juice and the Volt can run on gas. It’s an expensive way to save gas, but despite the innovative technology, the Volt works a lot like a normal car.