Quite a few premium models were surprisingly difficult to move in 2017 and 2018.
Of the 10 most popular vehicles driven by millennials, only two of them weren’t sedans.
U.S. production of the Chevy Volt and Buick LaCrosse ends on March 1, and GM hasn’t mentioned an extension .
Consumer Reports has complied a list of the best American vehicles and GM wins bragging rights for having the most winners.
Ford and General Motors dominate the list as they’re dropping sedans due to shifting consumer preferences.
The last Buick LaCrosse and Chevrolet Volt will be built at the Detroit-Hamtramck Assembly in March.
GM has been notified about a defect concerning its ZF-sourced rear brake calipers.
The customized Impala could sell for as much as $275,000.
When it comes to comfort, German cars reign supreme.
Gently used cars offer a lot of bang for the buck especially if you shop for models with high depreciation.
If Chevy could make a muscle sedan like the Impala SS in the mid-90s, it could do it again in the future.
Ford could also drop the Fiesta and Taurus in the United States.