Archive for the 'GM' Category

The UAW has released its annual list of every new car on sale in America built by union workers. The UAW counts all 2012 vehicles built by the UAW and CAW. The list is predictably dominated by American car companies, though there are two Japanese brands and one European brand on the list. Chrysler builds […]

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Chevrolet has announced that the 2013 Chevy will go on sale next year, but only in the fuel-sipping, hybrid fighting ECO trim level. The 2013 Chevy Malibu ECO will be the only version of the new redesigned Malibu that is on sale in the beginning of next year, other trim levels will come next summer, […]

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2011 Chevy Caprice Police Cruiser

Chevrolet has released details and images of its new Caprice police cruiser. The Caprice police car will be based on the recently canceled Pontiac G8, and will share the G8’s large sedan body style and 6.0-liter V8 engine. The Caprice will be specially outfitted to the needs of police departments. The new Chevy Caprice police […]

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GM has announced an app that will allow car owners to control features usually found on the key fob remotely using a smart phone. Controls like the horn, lights, door lock and unlock can be accessed from anywhere using an app for the iPhone or Android operating system. Most 2011 GM cars and trucks will […]

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When the next generation Chevrolet Corvette C7 goes on sale, it will likely be one of the first cars to use GM’s all new 5.5-liter V8 engine. According to Motor Trend, the engine will make about 440-hp in the Corvette C7. The newest Chevy small block will have an aluminum block and headers and direct […]

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Hummer Closed For Good

The last Hummer rolled off the assembly line just after 9 a.m. on Tuesday. The last Hummer, an H3, was built at the General Motors Shreveport, La. assembly plant, which will continue to build the Chevrolet Colorado and GMC Canyon, according to Autoweek. General Motors promised the U.S. government that it would shrink to just […]

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GM has released the towing and payload ratings for the new 2011 Chevy Silverado HD and 2011 GMC Sierra HD. The 2011 Silverado and Sierra 3500 HD models powered by the Duramax diesel engine will be able to tow 21,700 pounds and come with a 6,635-pound payload rating, according to GM. The 2011 Chevy Silverado […]

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Americans are impressed with the vehicles that domestic carmakers are building. According to a poll by the Associated Press, 38 percent of Americans say that domestic cars are the best available, while just 33 percent said that Asian cars are superior. That’s not a huge margin, but it is a huge improvement over past results […]

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The Government Accountability Office said Tuesday that General Motors and Chrysler will need to add $14.5 billion combined to their pension funds over the next four years in order to meet funding requirements.  According to the New York Times, the GAO says that GM will need to add $12.3 billion to its pension fund by […]

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The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration is investigating whether or not there will be a GM truck recall that will include 6.2 million trucks. The NHTSA has received complaints claiming that corrosion can cause the brake lines on 1999-2003 GM pickups and SUVs to rupture, resulting in a loss of stopping power, according to The […]

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