The 2018 Chevrolet Sonic slots in just above the Chevrolet Spark as a vehicle that can easily service a family of four that doesn’t drive crazy miles. It costs just $15,295, you can lease one for spare change, and it’s a fuel efficient and lean machine for people that aren’t quite ready for the jump to the full electric Chevy Bolt.
The Chevrolet Camaro starts at $25,905 for the base “1LS” model, which is available with a 2.0-liter four-cylinder standard, or with a 3.6-liter V6 as an optional extra. The 1LT variant starts at $26,600, while the 2LT starts at $30,405 Both of these variants share the same engine configurations as the base 1LS model.
The auto industry may be obsessed with making crossovers and SUVs, but that doesn’t mean they’ve stopped focusing on sedans. In this crowded segment, the Chevrolet Malibu was the strongest sales gainer in 2016, with total sales jumping 16.9% to 227,881 units. That was good enough for fifth place for the year.
Eagle-eyed readers might have noticed one big thing missing when we covered the five top-selling trucks of 2017: no heavy duty models made the list. While heavy duty trucks will never sell in crazy numbers, they are extremely important to American automakers. That’s because these trucks are both incredibly capable, not to mention the fact that they turn a healthy profit.
The Chevrolet Cruze has been in the spotlight since its humble beginnings in 2011, and it further impressed car buyers with its redesign in 2016. Like its predecessors, the 2017 Cruze has continued to prove that compact sedans and hatchbacks aren’t to be underestimated.
The sales numbers for the first five months of 2017 are in (compiled by PickupTrucks.com) and they once again prove that Americans love pickup trucks. Specifically, American drivers love big American trucks.