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A Highly Efficient Crossover
Chevrolet Equinox: A Highly Efficient Crossover

Equinox is a flagship Chevrolet SUV, which is based on Theta unibody platform of GM. It is a convenient crossover SUV manufactured at CAMI automotive plant, which is situated in Ingersoll, Ontario, Canada. It was introduced in the market in 2004.

What’s New in this car
Chevrolet Malibu: What’s New in this car

Chevy Malibu is an American mid-size car manufactured by General Motors and the vehicle was introduced for the first time in the year 1964 and discontinued in the year 1983. Later on, it was re-introduced in the year 1997.

Experience The Smoothest Drive
Chevrolet Tahoe: Experience The Smoothest Drive

Chevy Tahoe is a full-size sport utility vehicle introduced by General Motors. GMC and Chevrolet had sold 2 different SUVs - Jimmy and Blazer in the early 90’s. Later on, GMC introduced Yukon in the year 1992 as Jimmy.

Drive Longer
Chevrolet Volt: Drive Longer

Chevy Volt is a hybrid vehicle from GM that is sold under the label of Holden Volt in New Zealand and Australia. It is also retailed as Vauxhall Ampera in UK . Volt gained popularity in the US initially, and then later on, its reach spread across many European countries.

Experience The Happiness of Driving
Chevrolet Aveo: Experience The Happiness of Driving

Chevrolet, a sub compact vehicle was manufactured since the year 2002 by General Motors, South Korea and later by GM- affiliated bodies. The car is marketed all around the world in approx 120 countries being under 6 brands that is Daewoo, Chevrolet, Holden, ZAZ, Suzuki and Pontiac.

What Your Family Needs
Chevrolet Camaro: What Your Family Needs

General Motors manufacture the Chevrolet Camaro under the Chevrolet brand. Classified as a foal car and as a muscle car as well, this was designed to compete with Ford Mustang. The models sold in 1966 (from September 29) were for the 1967 model year.

Sparkling Driving Experience
Chevrolet Spark: Sparkling Driving Experience

Chevrolet Spark also called as Daewoo Matiz is produced by General Motors(an American manufacturer), developed by the South Korean body GM Korea. Earlier since 1998, it was called as Daewoo Motors and then was replaced to Daewoo Tico.

Drive Like There’s No Tomorrow
Chevrolet Beat: Drive Like There’s No Tomorrow

Curtains were pulled down in style to reveal the Chevrolet Beat at the happening New York International Auto Show in 2007. Two other cars that were unveiled alongside were the Trax, and the Groove. The structural design is taken from the Daewoo Kalos with the three door hatchback concept and front drive.

Not Your Ordinary Car
Chrysler Crossfire: Not Your Ordinary Car

Chrysler Crossfire is available in both roadster and coupe body forms. It is a 2-door rear-wheel drive sports car, and its concept version was unveiled for the first time at 2001 North American International Auto Show.

A Car Like No Other
Chrysler Voyager: A Car Like No Other

Chrysler Voyager, which is also known as Grand Voyager, is a minivan with all kinds of amenities. It is sold exclusively outside US, primarily in Mexico and Europe. Voyager was introduced for the first time in the year 1988 as the rebadged version of Plymouth Voyager and Dodge Caravan sold in the US.

Handling and Design
Dacia Sandero Stepway: Handling and Design

Sandero-basedmini SUV, Dacia Sandero Stepway was released in the year 2008 and was introduced by Sandero brand with quite a buzz. It is a purposefully styled Dacia's bargain small car.

Rock the Road
Dacia Sandero: Rock the Road

The Dacia Sandero is fashioned by French manufacturer Renault and its Romanian secondary Dacia, jointly. Since 2007, this supermini car is rolling the market high. This car is known as the Renault Sandero in South America, Russia and South Africa.

Perfectly Fits Where You Go
Daihatsu Terios: Perfectly Fits Where You Go

Daihatsu Terios was released in the year 1997 and categorized under mini SUV segment. The Japanese car manufacturer had released Terious with a 1.3L unit with 4-wheel and 2-wheel drive options.