Tesla Model 3 is fastest-selling used car, Chevy Trailblazer hottest new car

A hot new car, also a hot used car.

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Used cars are quickly becoming a far more popular purchase compared to new cars as Americans tighten their belts as the coronavirus pandemic drags on.

But the cars selling quickest are a little surprising. iSeeCars on Tuesday published a study that looked at over 9 million transactions from March through June, from the 2015-2019 model years, to see what cars spent the least of amount of time listed for sale. The top answer is the Tesla Model 3. While the average used car spent 69 days waiting for

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2020 Chevy Blazer review: Coming out swinging

A little bit of design goes a long way.

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Did Chevrolet really need to jam the two-row Blazer between the three-row Traverse and the smaller Equinox? Probably not. Did Chevrolet really need to wedge a third engine option between the base I4 and the upmarket V6? Probably not. But buyers shopping for a two-row crossover with ample space and power will probably be happy the automaker did, since this new-for-2020 combo feels like a winner. Mostly.


  • Sprightly turbo four
  • Spacious second row
  • Solid in-car tech

Don’t Like

  • Wonky pedal tuning
  • Middling interior materials
  • Bad driver-assist availability


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Yenko Chevy Silverado swings in with a supercharger and 800 HP



If you’ve ever wanted a Corvette or Camaro engine in a Chevrolet Silverado body, we have good news to share. This is the Yenko Chevy Silverado with a supercharged 6.2-liter LT1 V8 engine under the hood that makes 800 horsepower.

Fast pickups are all the rage these days, and Specialty Vehicle Engineering — basically a shadow division of General Motors at this point — has come out swinging once again. The Yenko Silverado is the latest vehicle to wear the Yenko name after plenty of proper Camaro and Corvette models. But, SVE’s also worked with the GMC Canyon

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2021 Chevy Equinox drops 2.0L engine, but it’s coming back for 2022

The updated Equinox will also introduce an RS package, shown here.


If you’re eyeing a 2021 Chevrolet Equinox, you’ll be relegated to the 1.5-liter turbo-four engine because the brand has dropped the optional 2.0-liter turbo-four from the menu.

Chevy told Roadshow the more powerful engine will disappear for the 2021 model year, but added that we’ll actually see it return in 2022 alongside the refreshed Equinox. Without sharing more details, a Chevy spokesperson said it will be a “new” 2.0-liter engine. What changes are afoot for the mill, we don’t know. We do know it’s been a

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