This slice of Americana retains the flavor that you remember from your favorite models over the decades, but with all the innovations of contemporary technology. Chevrolets are known for their dependability and comfort, which none of the models lack as Chevy continues to broaden its lineup with a vivacious set of new vehicles, from the versatile midsize Malibu Maxx, to the eclectically on-edge Chevy SSR—a performance pickup with a
Chevrolet Astro: Chevrolet brings the Astro back for yet another year of service. With seating for seven or eight, a 190hp Vortec V6, and leading class cargo and towing capacity, it’s no wonder why the Astro returns largely unchanged.
Chevrolet Astro Cargo: A bare-bones version of the proven midsize Astro passenger van, the Cargo version is a no-frills workhorse ready to be put into commission.
Chevrolet Avalanche: Is it an SUV trying to be a truck? Or a truck trying to be an SUV? The answer to both is “yes.” Chevy created the “SUT” market with this crossover model. A full-size five-passenger cabin is separated from a short truck bed by a foldable partition which can be broken down to accommodate larger loads.
Chevrolet Aveo: An economical little sedan designed to offer a domestic alternative to the varied Japanese market—and at just under ten grand, with better gas mileage than most of the competition, it’s worth a gander.
Chevrolet Blazer: The Chevy Blazer ZR2 is an off-road oriented version of the Trailblazer platform, with beefier, wider stance suspension and tires; and a powerful Vortec 4300 V6.
Chevrolet Cavalier: Seven variants are available for this affordable little sedan (or coupe, if you prefer). With a great deal of add-on options, from the engine to the interior, the Cavalier is great way to get the car you want, at the price you want.
Chevrolet Cobalt: Sporty and affordable, this hip new contribution to the Chevy lineup caters to a younger demographic, those looking for a fun ride for under twenty grand.
Chevrolet Colorado: A well thought out design implemented to realistically cater to your needs—the Colorado is a midsize truck that acts much bigger than it is, and with fifteen variations, finding the right one is a snap.
Chevrolet Corvette: The 2005 C6 Corvette has seen a major design change, instilling the fire and passion of past models in this contemporary rendition of Chevy’s classic American muscle. Let 400 horses prance on the open road in the most powerful standard Corvette ever.
Chevrolet Equinox: With a top five-star government front and side impact rating, and the most rear-seat leg-room in its class, the Equinox eclipses a great deal of its competition.
Chevrolet Express: A full size van for those who just need more space. Built on a full-size truck chassis, the Express has a multitude of seating options for up to 15.
Chevrolet Express Cargo: The Express cargo can be factory fitted with the toolboxes or storage racks that you need to get the job done, and with special lease and credit options available at the time of purchase, the Express Cargo is a smart business move.
Chevrolet Impala: Good gas mileage, ample power, and more interior space than the Accord or Camry, the Impala is a sound and sporting choice to be considered.
Chevrolet Malibu: Power everything, remote start, a competent Vortec V6, and a five-star frontal crash rating give reason to the sunny reviews the Malibu has received from critics and owners alike.
Chevrolet Malibu Maxx: J.D. Power and Associates voted the Malibu Maxx the most appealing entry level midsize car in 2004. With a plethora of options like a rear skylight, rear seat DVD entertainment, and folding/sliding rear seats, it’s no wonder—this midsize sedan has more options than many people’s living rooms.
Chevrolet Monte Carlo: With style and features derived from Chevrolet’s forays in NASCAR racing, the Monte Carlo is a V6 powered coupe that translates its racing parentage to the daily driver.
Chevrolet SSR: A convertible truck!? Yep. The SSR is an innovative, if not eclectic, offering from Chevy, and it’s easy to imagine it as a midsize pickup meets a Corvette. A 390hp tire-burning, barnstormer—the SSR is a contemporary hotrod for the wild-child in all of us.
Chevrolet Silverado 1500: Chevy’s half-ton full-size truck: the 1500 can be had in standard, extra, and crew cab variations, with either a V6 or V8 power plant, and with a great deal more variations such as Bose stereo, leather and suspension upgrades.
Chevrolet Silverado 1500 SS: A hotrod that can functionally move your friend’s couch. With features like a sport-tuned suspension, chrome 20-inch wheels, leather seating and a 345 Vortec V8, the SS is form prevailing over function.
Chevrolet Silverado 1500HD: A beefier rendition of the standard 1500, the HD variant is a more ideal choice over the standard 1500 if you see yourself using it more for hauling than just a mode of transportation from points A to B.
Chevrolet Silverado 2500HD: A heavier chassis, comfortable interior and standard 300hp V8 define the 2500HD.
Chevrolet Silverado 3500: For all of your towing needs. The 1-ton chassis of the 3500, combined with the bulletproof Allison transmission and the optional Duramax diesel engine, make the 3500 a 4-wheeler with an 18-wheeler’s mentality.
Chevrolet Suburban: The industry blueprint for a full-size SUV, the Suburban has remained popular more than a half century, and innovation shows itself in the Suburban’s proven design. Seating for up to nine, a standard Vortec V8, four-wheel drive, and loads of cargo space make the Suburban the choice for those who need the capacity of a van and the off road capability of a truck.
Chevrolet Tahoe: The short wheelbase version of the Suburban; the Tahoe is ideal for the owner who wants the capabilities and versatility of the Suburban, but not the extra space.
Chevrolet TrailBlazer: The midsize SUV with it all, the Chevy TrailBlazer is a nimble and capable option. With the most standard horsepower in its class churning from its Vortec V6, the 5 passenger TrailBlazer will live up to its namesake, leading happy trails on or off the pavement.
Chevrolet TrailBlazer EXT: A long wheelbase variant of the TrailBlazer with an optional V8 and seating for seven, the EXT bridges the gap between the standard TrailBlazer and the leviathan Suburban.
Chevrolet Uplander: For those whose needs require a minivan, but whose tastes necessitate something a little bolder, the Uplander is a fresh new face breathing life into our conception of the minivan.
Chevrolet Venture: A comfortable and well-thought design, the Venture is what you would expect from a minivan: comfort for all, easy entrance and egress for rear seat passengers, and ample cargo space.