2020 Chevrolet Malibu Review
2020 Chevrolet Malibu Test Drive
Chevrolet’s introduction to the Indian market began in 2003, keeping the brand as busy as ever as it not only focused on updating its lineup pulled from the previous year, but also added newly released and concept vehicles into the fold. The SS was one of Chevrolet’s concept cars introduced this year, but it never made its way to production, while the convertible pickup SSR did make its way to dealerships late in 2003 as a uniquely styled and powerful new ...
Chevrolet’s signature van does not skimp on roominess and features a 4.3L V-6 engine, rear-wheel drive, 190 horsepower, and 250 lb.-ft of torque.
The Blazer is Chevrolet’s signature mid-size SUV with a 4.3L V-6 engine, room for five passengers, plenty of cargo space, and an outdoorsy body style.
Smooth, sloping lines, and a zippy drive feel complement this two-door coupe or four-door sedan option, and a revised chassis came in with the 2003 model.
Full-size van with seating for eight people and features such as an interior power outlet and an extra-wide dual side door for rear passengers.
This mid-size sedan functioned as a police vehicle for a reason. The handling and acceleration are outstanding. The classic body style harkens a vintage 1960’s vibe.
Chevrolet’s mid-size sedan that competes with the likes of the Ford Taurus, this vehicle boasts a smooth, quiet ride and classic body styling.
The Monte Carlo sedan has the feel of a sports car with the sleek front end and the sculpted tail end of vintage body styles. A roomy interior pairs with 180 or 200 hp in two trims.
A pickup truck with a two-door or four-door option, the comfort of a crossover, with the functionality of a utility truck bed and no-nonsense design.
Chevrolet’s SSR stands alone in its uniqueness, a blend of vintage ‘60s coupe with a low-rider pickup truck, the rounded lines give a cheerful feel to this modernized El Camino competitor.
Notable changes came in for the 2003 Silverado, and this full-size pickup truck is a step-up from the S-10 with 200 horsepower and 260 lb.-ft of torque.
Stepping up from the Silverado 1500, the HD model a 6.0-liter V-8 engine with 300 horsepower and 360 lb.-ft of torque for drivers who need more robust power.
The Silverado 2500 is a heavy-duty work truck with four trims, starting at 300 horsepower and options that go from no-nonsense to a luxury feel, like leather seats.
The Silverado 2500 HD is the heavy-duty version of the 2500 and boasts 300 horsepower with 360 lb.-ft of torque and a four-wheel steering system.
The payload capability of the Silverado 3500 jumps to 4,000 pounds from 3,600 pounds in the 2500 model, making this pickup truck ideal for utility and work trucks.
The Silverado SS is for those who are serious about towing or utilizing the functionality of their full-size pickup, with 345 horsepower and 380 lb.-ft of torque.
The Suburban is a no-nonsense full-size SUV that is ideal for families with full bench third-row seating, exceptional cargo space capabilities, and a rear-wheel drivetrain.
The rugged, outdoorsy design of the Chevrolet Tahoe gets the complement of roomy seating and lots of cargo space in this American-made full-size SUV.
The standard straight-six engine in the TrailBrazer offers 275 horsepower and comes in three trims, all with a robust, outdoorsy body styling and stable drive feel.
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