This is like someone winning the league MVP in the NFL and in MLB in the same year. It is truly a remarkable feat to achieve and Chevy does it in style, of course.
General Motors snapped up the two top honors from Motor Trend magazine, providing a key vindication for the company’s vehicle development decisions amid exceedingly competitive times in the auto industry. The Colorado’s victory is particularly sweet for GM, which zigged while the industry zagged by embracing mid-size pickup trucks. after a week of on-road and off-road evaluation, plus instrumented testing with payloads and trailers attached, judges named the Chevrolet Colorado the Truck of the Year for the second year in a row. It’s available with three engine choices: a turbocharged 275-horsepower four-cylinder engine, a 335-horsepower V-6 and a 455-horsepower V-8. This marks the second year the Colorado has won the magazine’s top award. “Our Truck of the Year is not only stylish and capable on-road and off, it recorded the highest fuel economy numbers we’ve ever seen, when equipped with its class-exclusive diesel engine”, Motor Trend senior features editor Jason Cammisa said.
Meanwhile, the Camaro impressed critics with its new lighter design and smaller stance. The performance coupe’s overhaul came ahead of the Camaro’s 50th birthday. Chevrolet rolls out the 2016 Camaro Monday, October 26, 2015, as it announces the Camaro will begin shipping to dealers from General Motors’ Lansing Grand River Assembly later this week in Lansing, Michigan. Motor Trend described the Camaro as “one of the finest driving vehicles in the world at any price”.
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