Following a monster year in 2014, Chevrolet started off 2015 by rolling out the fuel efficient Chevrolet City Express work van, following a three-year hiatus; also coming off hiatus was the Corvette coupe. The Cruz got a major technology update with standard Wi-Fi, OnStar and the Siri hands-free system; Bluetooth, OnStar and Wi-Fi were rolled out across most models as part of a major technology overhaul. Meanwhile, a CNG bi-fuel Impala was introduced, alongside a double-cab style for the 2500 HD and the 3500 HD. The new SS premium sedan got advanced adaptive suspension with magnetorheological dampers, and the Trax SUV was rolled onto dealer showrooms as an all-new model.
A full-sized cargo van that offers a whopping 300 cubic feet of storage space with a powerful engine and impressive towing capacity rivals other carmaker’s designs, even if the body design is a bit dated.