http://www.motortrend.com - The original GMC Acadia went on sale for the 2007 model year, marking the brand’s first unibody vehicle and crossover. The front-drive-based Acadia debuted with seating for up to eight passengers, a 5,200-pound towing capacity, and a 3.
http://blog.caranddriver.com - Even after three seasons and nearly 25,000 miles, we consistently marvel at our long-term Murano’s stretch-out spaciousness, all-day comfort, and Costco-friendly cargo hold. Three-row crossovers have their benefits, but for those who don’t need the extra seats, the two-row Murano is extremely well packaged.
http://blog.caranddriver.com - Less than an hour after General Motors chairman and CEO Mary Barra unveiled the 2017 Chevrolet Bolt, we’re behind the wheel for our first drive of the revolutionary electric car, which promises better than 200 miles of range and a net selling price (after tax credits) of $30,000. This has to be some kind of record for the shortest time between a production-car reveal and a first drive; the usual waiting game lasts for months.
http://www.motorauthority.com - While the new Camaro is a winner, it builds upon the looks, the engineering, and the performance of excellent Camaros of the past. Over its 49-year run, the Camaro has been an astoundingly fast and beautiful V-8-powered muscle car, a stylish daily driver, a purpose-built drag racer, and a track athlete ready for a road course. Here, we take a look at the greatest production Camaros of all time. Check it out and see if your favorite Camaro is on this list.
http://www.jalopnik.com - Chevy has been promising that its brand new Bolt all-electric vehicle will go on sale later this year at “around $30,000,” which sounded pretty sweet, if not a little vague.
http://driving.ca - It’s been a long time coming, but GM is making the Chevrolet Cruze hatchback a reality for North America. Due for a full reveal at the Detroit Auto Show next week, the Chevrolet Cruze hatchback adds a welcome dose of practicality.
http://www.autonews.com - Chevrolet will add a hatchback Cruze to its lineup this fall, an effort to expand the appeal of the brand's top-selling car. Chevy confirmed today that it will unveil the 2017 Cruze hatch at the Detroit auto show next week.
http://www.thedetroitbureau.com - Expect to see GM move a lot faster going forward on battery-based vehicles, said CEO Mary Barra, following the CES debut of the Chevy Bolt -- which was just a concept a year ago.
http://www.autoguide.com - At yesterday’s introduction of the production-ready Chevy Bolt, GM hedged the specific price but in launching its consumer webpage, the automaker says it will definitely sell for $37,500 including delivery, and before incentives.
http://media.cadillac.com - Driven by sharp increases in the U.S. and China, Cadillac global sales increased 24.5% in December. Cadillac completed 2015 with global growth of 7.5%, an increase of more than 19,000 for a total of 277,868 luxury vehicles.