All Chevrolet Reviews
Reviews of many different models of Chevrolet trucks and SUVs, plus Chevy's two minivans.
The Astro, Chevy's rear-wheel drive minivan with available AWD, was introduced in 1985 as a midsize alternative to other minivans. The Astro is offered as a passenger van or as a cargo van.
Avalanche is Chevroletís full-size four-door pickup with a short bed that combines the attributes of an SUV and a pickup. Its unique design allows the cargo area to expand into the passenger compartment when the rear seat is folded flat.
The Blazer was introduced in 1969. In 1983, Chevy made their first midsize SUV calling it the S-10 Blazer, so their full-size SUV became the Blazer. In 1995, Chevy's Blazer and S-10 Blazer were redesigned and the midsize became the Blazer, while the full-size became known as the Tahoe.
Colorado is Chevroletís midsize pickup truck, available in Regular, Extended, and Crew Cab versions. The Colorado replaced the S-10 pickup in 2004.
All new for 2005, this is Chevrolet's preview of their upcoming SUV model.
This is Chevyís newest full-size passenger van. It's offered in standard and extended-wheelbase versions.
Introduced in 1982 as one of the first compact pickup trucks from a domestic manufacturer, the Chevy S-10 is one rugged pickup. After 22 years in the Chevrolet truck lineup, the S-10 is now only available as a crew cab 4WD in 2004. Chevy's all-new Colorado replaces the other versions of the S-10.
The Silverado is a "work hard, play hard, stay comfortable" vehicle. You can choose from the 1500, 2500, and 2500HD and 3500 models.
This is the SUV that started it all. Since 1935, Chevy has had a Suburban on the highway. The Suburban is Chevrolet's full-size extended SUV.
Chevy Tahoe was originally called the K-Blazer when it debuted in 1969 as a 2-door SUV. In 1995 when the first 4-door K-Blazer was produced, the name was changed to Tahoe. The midsize S-10 Blazer retained the Blazer name.
The Tracker became a Chevrolet vehicle in 1998 when the Geo brand was discontinued. This is a small sport-utility vehicle designed with younger drivers in mind.
While the Blazer name was introduced back in 1969, it has undergone several design (and name) changes throughout the years. This third-generation Blazer, a midsize SUV, is now called TrailBlazer. An extended wheelbase TrailBlazer EXT has been added to the lineup.
The Chevy Venture was introduced in 1997 to replace the Lumina APV.