DETROIT — On guy asked if he could sit behind the steering wheel while another got in the back seat and a third stood outside the car checking out the lines of the 2016 Cadillac’s CT6. You expect that sort of reaction out of young boys, but these were fully grown men. [read more…]
CARMEL VALLEY, Calif. — Nissan’s Pathfinder has been around for 30 years and in that time 1.5 million copies have been sold. The refresh of the fourth generation Pathfinder was more than the addition or subtraction of a little chrome or changing a crease here or there. Everything between the bumpers was touched. [read more…]
CARMEL VALLEY, Calif. — Nissan continues to expand its reach into the pickup truck market. We came here to test drive the new 2017 Titan Crew Cab. The half-ton pickup comes in 4X4 or 4X2 configurations. [read more…]
DETROIT ; We ended up with the 2016 Chevrolet Malibu Hybrid by accident. Our scheduled car was canceled because of mechanical issues and we were offered the hybrid. It was a great car and it just might be a bit of a sleeper. [read more…]
CARMEL VALLEY, Calif. There’s an old saying about staying in position and that is just what Nissan is trying to do. Some may think it is less than wise to sink a bunch of product development cash into a new generation full size sport utility vehicle but that is just what Nissan has done in the guise of the 2017 Nissan Armada. [read more…]
No. 1 Automaker Donates $10,000 to Hill Harper’s Manifest Your Destiny Foundation FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE WASHINGTON – Imagine the joy created by helping youth realize their dreams. As part of its sponsorship of the National [read more…]
DETROIT — Lab tests and field demonstrations show Silverado’s roll-formed, high-strength steel bed outperforms the competitor’s stamped aluminum bed, as shown in new videos released by Chevrolet. The campaign is a dramatic example of Chevrolet [read more…]
In continuation of Chevrolet & NNPA’s journalism fellowship program launch at Howard University, several fellow students who were selected by the university’s faculty were surprised with a brand new 2016 Chevrolet Malibu as their new means of transportation for reporting tasks. The fellows thought they were just taking a walk with the Dean of School of Communications Gracie Lawson Borders, little did they know Rapper MC Lyte, President & CEO of NNPA Dr. Benjamin Chavis, Jr, NNPA Chair Denise Rolark Barnes, Michelle Matthews-Alexander of Chevrolet were all waiting outside with a camera crew ready to surprise them with their new set of wheels Friday, April 15. Photos by Travis Riddick.