Chevy forges off-road cred with Colorado ZR2Tue, 15, Nov 2016
First Shift: 'Troublesome' report on TeslaFri, 10, Jun 2016
U.S. approves 2016 BMW diesel X5 for sale after EPA reviewThu, 10, Dec 2015
Honda Ridgeline ditches flying buttress profileTue, 24, Nov 2015
Chevy Colorado, GMC Canyon diesels first pickups to top 30 mpg on highwayMon, 09, Nov 2015
GMC preps Denali version of CanyonMon, 26, Oct 2015
GMC has been testing a Denali version of its Canyon midsize pickup. Spy photos show a Canyon with a revised, partially covered front fascia that features a wide, honeycomb grille outlined by chrome - signature cues of the brand's upscale Denali line.
GMC preps upscale Canyon Denali, spy photos showTue, 20, Oct 2015
GMC has been testing a Denali version of its Canyon midsize pickup. As with other Denali models, the honeycomb appearance of the camouflaged Canyon replaces the standard GMC face, a three-bar, horizontal layout, spy photos show.
GM's new diesel pickups first to get extra scrutiny from EPA, CARBTue, 29, Sep 2015
GM has been told by the EPA and the California Air Resources Board that the new diesel-powered versions of the Chevrolet Colorado and GMC Canyon pickups will not be certified until they have been tested on the road as well as in the lab.
Toyota taps GoPro to defend truck turf against new GM pickupsWed, 15, Jul 2015
It's lights, camera and action time in America's suddenly competitive small-pickup segment. The market for small pickups was whittled down to just Toyota and Nissan a year ago. Now GM has returned with 2 trucks. To defend its share, Toyota is borrowing some cool factor from action-camera maker GoPro for the Tacoma's first redesign in a decade.
GM tweaks Colorado, Canyon turbodiesel for cold weatherMon, 29, Jun 2015
Because diesel engines can get cranky in cold weather, General Motors engineers have redesigned several key components in the 2.8-liter Duramax four-cylinder turbodiesel coming this fall in the Chevrolet Colorado and GMC Canyon mid-sized trucks.
Pickups, crossovers propel GM to 3% gain; car sales slide againTue, 02, Jun 2015
GM rode strong retail sales and surging demand for pickups and crossovers to a 3 percent U.S. sales gain in May, offsetting continued weakness in car deliveries. Total sales of 293,097 marked GM's strongest monthly result since August 2008. Sales to individual buyers rose 7 percent, while fleet deliveries fell 7.6 percent.