April 24, 2014
- Chevrolet may have struck gold with the Camaro Z/28. Not only is it a great car to drive, it's also proving to be a hot seller. A rumor has emerged that the brand has already fulfilled all the orders for the planned 500-car production run. Don't worry, though. If you want a Z/28 in your garage, Chevy plans to start building a second production order of 2,500 or more cars for the 2015 model year, according to Autoguide. However, it'll be a few months before those will start arriving at dealers...
- From The Car Connection: 2014 Mitsubishi Mirage: Quick Drive Of A Not-So-Quick Car The 2014 Mitsubishi Mirage is a disappointing car. It doesn't offer anywhere close to today's standards of refinement or performance, when we compare it not to cars that are much more expensive but to those that are of the same price range. Study: Electric Car...
- I test a 2006 Cobalt with the original, faulty ignition switch to test GM's safety claim — and to help owners understand how an ignition-induced stall affects their vehicle.
April 23, 2014
- "Lupo" pairs two iconic Harleys into one neat transportation device.
- GM and the National Corvette Museum will meet next month to discuss which of eight Corvettes that were damaged in a sinkhole should be repaired. The original plan was for GM to restore all eight Chevy Corvettes, but the damage on some of the cars is extensive. That combined with a request from enthusiasts to keep the... more
- The U.S. NHTSA is investigating the 2014 Chevrolet Impala over a possible defect with its automatic braking system
- DETROIT (Reuters) - U.S. safety regulators have opened an investigation to determine if the emergency braking system on General Motors Co's 2014 Chevrolet Impala is defective.
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- Federal investigators are probing a report of problems with the emergency brake system of the 2014 Chevrolet Impala. The news comes as GM begins replacing defective ignition switches on millions of recalled vehicles, reports TheDetroitBureau.com.
- U.S. regulators are investigating whether a 2014 Chevrolet Impala's automatic-braking system kicked in unexpectedly at 40 miles per hour, causing a crash.