Could the fastest bed in the West be making a comeback to the coveted Chevy lineup?
The rumor mill says yes, but there is no confirmation just yet.
For anyone that cruised the open roads in the original El Camino while blaring Low Rider through the t-tops, the idea of this car making a comeback is wildly exciting. GM has been toying with the idea of re-introducing a new El Camino to showrooms across the nation. However, there isn’t enough leaked information to prove this theory.
If GM gives production the green light for a new El Camino, this version would most likely be based off the Camaro body frame with a big, tough engine.
Here’s a look at the rumors of Chevy’s re-emerging El Camino.
Do you remember the days of drive-ins, Sunday afternoon cruises, and large family sedans that made driving comfortable? You can’t always find that kind of style in modern vehicles, which is why car fans are wishing for their Chevy Chevelles back.
It’s possible their wishes are closer to reality than expected. With rumors of a new Chevelle, drivers young and old are wondering if it’s true. Here’s the scoop on a modern Chevelle, including what it would look like and when we can expect it.
Whether you’re preparing your car for a change in the seasons or an extended road trip, there are a lot of things to check off your to-do list. But just as important as checking your coolant, oil, and antifreeze, is making sure your tire pressure sensor is working correctly on your Chevy.
Checking the tire pressure sensor is an integral part of maintaining your vehicle. Changes in temperature as well as wear and tear on your tires can result in losses or gains in tire pressure that can be adverse to the health of your vehicle and longevity of your tires.
You might also encounter a minor malfunction with your dashboard telling you to take action. There’s no need to panic; it’s a simple operation if you do it in the right order and follows a few simple steps.
But whether you have a malfunction or are suspicious the sensor giving accurate readings, it’s a relatively easy procedure to reset and program this device.
Many of us have lost our car keys countless times throughout our lives, whether it be in day to day life, or while on a summer road trip. And, while most of the time, people find their misplaced keys eventually, you should know what to do if you don’t and have lost your car keys permanently. Depending on the year that your car was made, there are a couple of different ways that you can get a Chevy key replacement.
Chevrolet stepped into the new decade with a lineup of vehicles that built upon past successes while adding improvements to strengthen its catalogue. With their 2020 vehicles, the company offers new and fast cars meant for highways and race tracks, as well as safe and sturdy family vehicles, perfect for inner-city driving.
There’s truly something for everyone.
With the Chevy 2020 collection, Chevrolet is both sticking to tradition and pushing the boundaries forward. In this article, we’ll take a look at some of the highlights from the 2020 Chevrolet lineup.
It’s not easy to find an auto body repair shop that you can trust. Maybe you don’t know how a car works and some mechanics out there want to take full advantage of that.
That leaves car owners with a bitter relationship to auto repair. Most car owners think they paid too much for a car repair. Plus, there are various reports that show car owners lose billions of dollars, collectively, because of car repair scams.
How do you find the best auto body shop that you can trust and you know isn’t out to rip you off?
Thinking about lifting your truck? We can’t think of a reason not to. But the question isn’t whether or not you should, it’s how much does it cost to lift a truck?
Well, there’s no one-size-fits-all type of answer.
There are several factors to consider, from choosing the type of lift to servicing your truck afterward. With all the information out there, things can get confusing. Fortunately, you’re in the right place. Read on to find out how much you can expect to pay to lift your truck and then some.
How often have you been trying to back out of a spot, craning your neck around to see if you were going to hit anything? Have you ever edged past a car and heard that telltale scraping sound? Trying to navigate tight quarters and backing out is a challenge, but new technology is making that process easier than ever.
The Chevy Equinox 360 camera shows you a full surround view of the area around your car. Given that more than 300 people die a year when backing out, this is an important feature.
Read on to learn about this new technology and how it can make driving safer and easier than ever.