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Look out locked doors! You're no match for a mime with the Spark's +OnStar RemoteLink mobile app.

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See the all-new Trax, Chevrolet’s newest addition to our global lineup. The SUV made its world premiere at the Paris Motor Show, where the design team explained that they worked to get a powerful SUV into a compact package that works perfectly for the city life. What do you think?

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The Chevy Fuel Cell Hydrogen vehicle was featured on NOVA this week. Watch the full episode of Making Stuff Cleaner online! 

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Check out the Hawaii Five-0 Season 3 premiere party sponsored by Chevy, and see what the cast has to say about their fans, Hawaii and their love of the show.

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Now's the best time to buy a 2012 Chevrolet Silverado or 2012 GMC Sierra. Contact us for more information!
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Even if you’re a bubble boy, you don’t have to worry about safety in the Spark. The 10 airbags have you covered.

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DETROIT – The 2013 +Buick Regal luxury sport sedan arrives at dealerships this fall with a standard advanced eAssist powertrain and 36 highway mpg. Two powerful turbocharged four-cylinder engines give Regal one of the most technologically advanced engine ranges in the brand’s history.

“With eAssist, Buick is redefining what a ‘conventional powertrain’ means to customers,” said eAssist global chief engineer Stephen Poulos. “It changes the fuel economy – but not the experience – for the 97 percent of new car buyers who aren’t buying hybrids.”

Where a hybrid vehicle requires a complex system of large, heavy batteries and electric motors, Buick eAssist uses a compact lithium-ion battery and a small electric motor/generator in place of an alternator to achieve an EPA-estimated 36 highway mpg for both the Regal and the LaCrosse luxury sedans.

The three main advantages of the eAssist system are its stop/start functionality, which turns the engine off when the vehicle is at rest; regenerative braking that gathers and stores energy that would otherwise be lost during braking, and an electric motor assist that reduces the gas engine’s work during acceleration or on inclines. 
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