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  1. Global Chevrolet News
    Back in the early '90s, a new wave of vehicles took over the automotive world. The humble minivan was taking families out of sedans and wagons and putting the traditional car in danger. But with the Caprice wagon, Chevrolet tried to strike a blow for wagons. With one more seat and enough room...
  2. Automotive Industry & GM News
    Cadillac is still interested in making a V-Series wagon, according to its chief engineer, Brandon Vivian. Although he did not say that one would be built for certain, his comments open the possibility for a wagon variant of a CT5 in the future. Vivian made the comments during an interview with...
  3. Automotive Industry & GM News
    The coming year isn't just the first chapter in a new decade, it will also be the final year you'll be able to purchase a new Buick Regal. For that matter, it's the last year you'll be able to buy a Buick car. Confirmed by a brand spokesman, the 2020 model year will be the midsize Regal's last...
  4. Automotive Industry & GM News
    If you're hoping that the new CT5 will spawn a range of coupes and wagons like the (previous versions of the) CTS it replaces, then you might be in for a long wait. Because it's not likely you'll get either one out of this car. Mike Bride, chief engineer for CT5, spoke with Motor1.com about the...
  5. Automotive Industry & GM News
    After years of dull Tauruses and (slightly less dull) Road Masters, the wagon is having something of a cultural resurgence. Few things are as sure to excite the enthusiast population as a wagonified version of a modern car. And this "Nomaro" is a perfect example of why. Brought to our attention...
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