Chevrolet has been playing in the major leagues on the car market since it’s beginning in 1911, covering just about any section of the market, from compact cars to SUVs and Trucks. Given the name Chevrolet after a Swedish race driver Luis Chevrolet, which was the automaker’s first engineer. From the Classic Six car, which was the first vehicle to come out of the assembly line, and till today when cars like 2010 Chevy Camaro hold the streets, Chevrolet was, is and will be one of the greatest car producers of all time. Let’s see some of the best rated Chevrolet cars.
From the midsize sedan section, Chevrolet brings up to the table, the Malibu Hybrid. Powered by gasoline and electricity this hybrid is currently the top favorite of all Chevrolet sedans. It is rated at a high score of 9.4 by the Kelley Blue Book, with a price between $16,350 - $16,550, this is definitely a winner among sedans.
The small cars category is subdued by the Chevrolet Aveo subcompact sedan. This tiny super packed sedan is spread across no more than 120 countries. It was designed in Italy by Giorgetto Giugiaro in Turin. This car is allot bigger than it looks from the inside and the performance is up to the challenge as are the safety ratings. Rated 9.4 by and a price between $8,950 - $9,500 makes it present in the entire world.
Another major roller from the compact sedan section is the Chevrolet Cobalt. It came as a replacement for the Cavalier, and brings refinement, high tech standard equipment and unexpected performance from a car this small. Not only is it fast and reliable, it is fuel efficient as well considering that the Cobalt XFE model gets 37 mpg on a highway. With a mark of 8.9 and a price between $9,650 - $14,650 it gives even the Aveo some serious competition.
Switching to SUVs, Chevrolet brings the Trailblazer. As the traditional midsize SUV the Trailblazer represents it’s legacy well. Featuring a 4.2 liter engine that develops 285 hp, this will take you from mountain to sea side without breaking a sweat. Equipped with the OnStar system and Bluetooth connectivity, this car is also practical and very comfortable. 9.0 rated and a price between $18,700 - $26,800 are definite standouts among SUVs.
Another midsize SUV that will get you asking “why don’t I have one?” is the crossover SUV Chevrolet Traverse. Based on similar architecture as the GMC Arcadia, or the Saturn Outlook, the Traverse borrows design features form the Malibu. Because of the ingenious design, you can fit about as much in it as you would do in bigger SUVs but with a lot less fuel consumption because of the 3.6 liter V6 engine that uses advanced direct injection. Rated 9.3 and with a price tag starting from $23,400, you simply got to have it.
Do even have to introduce the new Chevy Camaro? This is a part of history and the 2010 model revived it to it’s glory. 312 hp coming from a 3.6 liter V6 engine is enough to leave up in smoke just about any competition in the sports car section. Design that pays homage to the ’68 Camaro and the sleek and cool looks that come with it, alongside with the new technology embedded in it, makes the new Camaro not only fast and high tech, but a car with tempestuous personality. Who even cares about ratings and prices? Just for the record, it was rated at 9.6 with a price starting from $22.300.
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