While outselling Ford for many years prior to World War II, GM's entry-level division didn't really hit its stride 'til the mid-'50s, when now-iconic designs were powered by a new, lightweight V8. At that point everyone, including singer Dinah Shore, wanted to see the USA (or, at a minimum, Route 66) in their Chevrolet. With its Corvette Chevy had a performance base, and in the '60s that only grew larger with Super Sport variants of its Chevelle, Camaro and Impala. Like most domestic manufacturers, Chevrolet was caught flat-footed in the aftermath of the first OPEC crisis in 1973, followed by the influx of low-priced, reliable Asian imports.

In the years following GM's 2009 bankruptcy, Chevrolet and its customers have enjoyed a resurgence of consumer-focused product, much better build quality and significantly enhanced performance. Most affordable is arguably a 3-way tie; Chevy's Spark is the smallest and cheapest, but both Sonic and the all-new Cruze are comfortably under $20K. And if seeking a fun-to-drive package, Corvette and Camaro can provide it, starting with the base Camaro at around $25K. As you'd guess, the Silverado pickup is the best seller, while performance variants of the Corvette are the most expensive. Finally, Chevy is keeping the diesel 'flame' relevant with the oil burners under the hood of both its midsize Colorado pickup and (for model year 2018) Cruze, while attracting eco enthusiasts with the all-electric Bolt and plug-in Volt.

2018 Chevrolet Corvette
6.2L V-8
16 City / 25 HWY
2018 Chevrolet Equinox
1.5L I-4
26 City / 32 HWY
2018 Chevrolet Silverado 1500
4.3L V-6
18 City / 24 HWY
2018 Chevrolet Malibu
1.5L I-4
27 City / 36 HWY
2018 Chevrolet Camaro
2.0L I-4
20 City / 30 HWY
2018 Chevrolet Traverse
3.6L V-6
18 City / 27 HWY
Sunday Drive: Performance comes in many shapes and sizes

From supercharged V8s to fancy electric motors and lithium ion batteries, last week was all about power.
Is this GM's next electric crossover?

This image popped up in CEO Mary Barra's presentation.

Could be a Buick, could be a bigger Bolt-based Chevy.
These are the best-selling cars, trucks, and SUVs of 2017 ... so far

You can probably guess which vehicle is the number-one best-seller, but the rest of the results may surprise you.

For Sale

1998 Chevrolet Corvette
$15,995 / 51,000 miles / CA
2011 Chevrolet Avalanche 1500
$14,950 / 159,000 miles / CA
2014 Chevrolet Camaro
$19,800 / 30,127 miles / CA
Aero and the Beast | 2018 Chevy Camaro ZL1 1LE First Drive
The 1LE is a collaborative effort, but it isn't a bitsa trackrat. This is a sophisticated brute.
Wagon, Go! | Callaway Corvette SC757 AeroWagen First Drive
We drive the Callaway Corvette SC757 AeroWagen. It's like a Corvette, but faster and more wagon-er.
The right way to order a Camaro | 2017 Chevrolet Camaro 1LE First Drive
We drive the sixth-gen Camaro 1LE, the latest track and handling package available for the SS and now the V6 Camaro. It doesn't disappoint.
GM recalls 3.6 million vehicles for airbag-software problems

A defect in a module that controls airbags and pretensioners may prevent those features from activating in a crash.
Chevy recalls 317k Sonic, Trax, and Spark over key chime

Don't forget to take your key out of the ignition... duh.

317,572 examples of the Chevy Sonic, Trax, and Spark may fail to warn the driver that the key's still in the ignition ten minutes after parking, increasing the risk of theft – and prompting a recall.
GM seatbelt recall affects over 1m Silverados and Sierras

Seatbelts in Silverados and Sierras could fail. There's also a stop sale on some trucks still at dealers.
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