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    Citing unnamed sources, Cadillac Society reports that the next generation, 2021 Cadillac Escalade will start $76,195 with prices for unoptioned, RWD, standard-length versions running all the way up $101,745. According to the report, the next level up, the Sport trim, will start $85,595 while...
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    Chevrolet will drop the Colorado Base Extended Cab for 2021, reports Cars Direct. Being the lowest available trim on the truck, that means that the base price is set to rise. Starting at a little over $22,000, the Base Extended Cab was the cheapest way to get into a Colorado. The new cheapest...
  3. Global Chevrolet News
    The unexpected and potentially under-cylindered 2021 Chevrolet Trailblazer is a vehicle you would have read about in these digital pages, had the pandemic not scrubbed a first drive event scheduled for late last week. For sure, yours truly was quite curious to see how well the model's brace of...
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    Chevrolet has announced pricing for three versions of the mid-engine Corvette Stingray. The three trim levels are the 1LT, the 2LT, and, sensibly, the 3LT. Chevrolet bills the 1LT as the car for purists, calling it the "lightest Stingray possible." It comes with Bose 10-speaker audio, 8-way...
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    Cadillac is hoping to attract buyers with value, charging less for the 2020 CT5 than BMW, Mercedes, and Audi charge for their similarly-sized rivals. Similarly being the operative word there because Cadillac has been quick to point out that its CT5 is actually bigger than the 3 Series, A4, and...
  6. Automotive Industry & GM News
    While thumbing through Cadillac's Build and Price tool while waiting for coffee to brew this morning, as one does, we noticed something a little strange. The U.S. MSRP of the XT4 crossover and the Canadian MSRP were awfully close together. Really close together. Ok, the base Luxury trim in...
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    Chevrolet's chopping more than just the nose for the 2019 Camaro. The price is getting a nip and tuck too, dropping by as much as $3,000. That puts it under the Mustang, depending which model you're looking at. It's combined with Ford raising prices on the base Mustang to make the entry level...
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    Chevrolet today released pricing details for its 2019 Silverado and despite more standard content, some trims start lower than the trims they replace, while others start just a smidge higher. Starting at $29,795, the regular cab long bed work truck, with GM's new 2.7-liter turbo four costs $700...
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