you might want to look at our June story 'No Diesel No Problem for Silverado Buyers, Chevrolet Says"
Thanks for the tip, we fixed it.
The story is about parts labeled as genuine OE parts but instead are falsely identified. It is not about parts, aftermarket or otherwise, that are labeled and sold as less-costly alternatives....
Yes, we reported on the heat reflective paint initiative in March 2009. It became a hot-button topic among radio talk shows and faded away.
What's not to like with this concept? Why not build the Track'ster?
Did GM go far enough in differentiating '13 Acadia from current model? I like the new upright design to the bar grille.
It's tough to say at this point whether EV sales are lagging because of low inventories, their new technologies, high price tags or the market's lack of infrastructure. What concerns you most?
I wonder whether car buyers will find Chevy's new environmental sticker helpful or regard it as a marketing ploy.
Buick’s new compact CUV goes up against some tough competition in the U.S. next year with the Audi Q3 and BMW X1 both hitting the market. Will U.S. buyers be drawn to the Encore’s refinements?
Will Lincoln's snazzy new show stand be enough to persuade 40-somethings that the lux brand is reinventing itself?