2010 Chevrolet Equinox – 2/2 – rpmGO.com

The Chevrolet franchise has been very when it came to the 2010 models so that the release would be an even greater shock, and they have done it. New releases cover just about any cornet of the market from cool roadsters to grand SUV’s and trucks, and even hybrids. Let’s check out some of the cool new releases from the Chevrolet assembly line.

And the hottest new release is non other than the 2010 reworked and revitalized Chevrolet Camaro.  The classic body of this muscle car has been kept intact just refined a bit here and there. The hood hides a massive V8 engine that is just waiting for some old fashion burnouts. Whatever you do, don’t stand near it when it starts to accelerate or the “old fashion” sound will make you deaf. This pack of muscles can be your for the amazing price of $33,945

2010 Chevrolet Camaro

Another release “fresh out of the oven” is the new 2010 Chevrolet Equinox. Since the first generation Equinox has been the last car to be picked for nearly a decade and on sale ever since, the new Equinox has changed all that. Fully equipped with everything from stability control to fuel economy, this car is all about technology and evolution (check out the futuristic dashboard and you’ll know what I mean). Yet the all the advancements are nearly invisible with one exception: the gas pump. Its only disadvantage is the high price of $29.790.

Now we’re talking real business, and it’s been brought by the new 2010 Chevrolet Corvette C6. The legendary American sports car is continuing its legacy with the new release, packing considerable improvements and performance advancements. Styling and power, that’s what it’s all about in Corvettes, even looking at them they scream speed. Sticking to exterior characteristics of the first Corvette back in 1962, the new Chevrolet Corvette looks more striking than ever, concealing under the seemingly same shape, new lightweight carbon fiber manufacturing. And as usual, Chevrolet providing it at an amazing price of $106,880

2010 Chevrolet Corvette C6

In the SUV section, the 2010 Chevrolet Traverse is currently rolling with the best when it comes to styling. Sporting a wide array of tire and wheel combinations, this SUV certainly is something to look at. Despite its strength and sturdiness its carlike characteristics draw to it more attention than other SUV’s. A responsive handling is something to look for when driving the new Traverse, alongside the smooth shifting gear-box and refined transmission will appeal to any driver in it. And for only $39,985 it’s not exactly something that it will pass unnoticed.

If Chevrolet had some loose ends in styling, well, this time they got it right. The $26,955 $26,955 $26,955 looks awesome. This has been quoted as one of the most beautiful cars in the midsize segment. Never leaving the impression that it’s out of place next to a considerably more sporty car, the Malibu is certainly one you can take out on a ride. And it’s not only good looking, smooth power delivery and the refined control within the four cylinders allow efficient gas economy that will keep you on the road longer and longer. It might be easy on the eyes but it’s certainly heavy on the pocket with a price of $26,955

The only less successful release on the market from Chevrolet is the 2010 Aveo. It may be considered as a town car, if you don’t feel like maneuvering an SUV around but with questionable crash test performance and a high price of $15,365 it’s not exactley a first option.

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