I’ve always had a truck or an SUV so not having 4wd is a bummer, sitting low to the ground is a bummer, but I have to admit the car has a nice ride and the other Chevy’s like the spark, Cruze, Malibu all made me feel cramped. or felt cheap, this car was different, it remind me of riding in some of the decent sized cars I learned to appreciate growing up. Cars with a gas pedal, with leg room cars that have an actual decent sized trunk for heaven’s sake! I took my driver’s test in a 1978 Lincoln Town car that thing was a tank but I remember how nice the ride was in it and that’s the kind of awesome I felt riding in this car compared to the other sedans. I miss my Dodge Ram 5.9 V8 so much…my V6 3.6 is same size motor as my Subaru outback was so I was hoping it had the same punch at least not so enthused. Plus I miss my awd. Ugh Chevy why no awd option on this car? I do not like the OnStar/wireless situation in the Chevy I felt my Subaru settup/hands free make GM’s look like it’s from the dark ages. I mean why do they wanna charge you for this service? Awful Subaru’s better!
Anyway I thought I’d give an American car company a chance again so I have this car and will enjoy the nice ride it provides for the time being, I will prob be back in a Subaru as soon as I can though. I hate how I have to slowly inch on to and off streets here in the city because the front end trim scrapes the road every time.
|EPA Classification||Large Cars|
|MPG/MPGe||25 (2016) Highway / 17 (2016) City|
|Engine||Gas/CNG V6 3.6L/217 cu in|
|Drive Train||Front Wheel Drive|
|Horsepower||– TBD –|
|Overall Crash Safety Rating||5 / 5 Stars|
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