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2020 Chevrolet Express enters its 26th year with a new engine

How long does a vehicle model live? While most models get a complete revamp in 7-8 years, Chevy Express van has been around for the last 26 years. The sturdy van has been accepted across the world and Chevy has never really fettled with the Express except in terms of frontal styling. Why fix something if it ain’t broken? The van for 2021 though, gets a new engine.

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Comparo: 2017 Dodge Challenger SRT vs Ford Mustang GT vs Chevrolet Camaro SS

Comparo: 2017 Dodge Challenger SRT vs Ford Mustang GT vs Chevrolet Camaro SS

The last time we did a muscle-car comparo back in 2011, the Mustang still had the suspension of a bullock cart, the Camaro was a heavy tank with slit windows, and the Challenger was the size of the Titanic. Fast-forward to 2017, and the Mustang has now become a refined tea-sipping aristocrat; the Camaro is a lighter, smaller car with even slittier windows; and the Challenger is still the size of the Titanic, except with better everything under the skin. Time for another comparo then. Which is the best muscle car available today?

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635 hp HSV GTSR supersedan is the last you'll see of the Chevrolet Lumina

635 hp HSV GTSR supersedan is the last you’ll see of the Chevrolet Lumina

GM’s Holden Special Vehicles (HSV) is a brand synonymous with absolute insanity in the car world. Based in Australia, this brand makes nothing but brawny versions of regular Holden cars. Our Middle Eastern market was given a taste of HSV with the rebranded CSV CR8 in 2008 which came in as a 425 hp 6.2-litre V8 rear-wheel-drive Chevrolet sedan (which made it onto our ultra-short Editor’s Choice list). Holden’s rear-wheel-drive sedans are on their death-bed right now due to slow sales, but HSV saw it fit to give the car a rousing send-off with the new GTSR models.

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2018 GMC Terrain crossover revealed at Detroit

2018 GMC Terrain crossover revealed at Detroit

GMC has revealed their all-new 2018 Terrain crossover at the 2017 Detroit Auto Show. Built on GMC’s D2XX platform, the 2018 Terrain resembles the bigger Acadia in many ways, but GMC has done quite a bit of work to keep the brothers differentiated visually.

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