?Toyota is jumping into the subcompact crossover SUV game headfirst with its all-new 2018 Toyota C-HR, and drivers in Western New York and the Buffalo area should all be as excited as we are!
This is a small crossover that gives you the efficiency and practicality of a car, but the spacious interior flexibility of an SUV, and--in a shocking new discovery--the sport-tuned performance of a vehicle that was rigorously tested on the infamous Nürburgring track.
No, seriously. This new Toyota C-HR is Nürburgring approved.
Picking the top "most likely to succeed" cars isn't easy--especially when you offer such a range of options as the West Herr family of auto dealers does. But for 2017, Autotrader did a lot of the hard work for us.
They analyzed, tested, inspected, and enjoyed dozens of vehicles before they were able to narrow down their list to just 12, which is actually more than last year's 10 must-test-drive cars. We're proud to say that the exciting Chevrolet Bolt EV--Chevy's all-electric hatchback--made the cut!
J.D. Power Initial Quality awards have been presented for 2016, and Chevrolet has a particular reason to be pleased.
That's because, with awards given to the Chevrolet Equinox, Silverado HD, Silverado LD, Tahoe, and Chevrolet Spark, Chevy brought home the most vehicle awards for 2016. Each model topped their segment for highest initial quality, and this marks Chevy's fourth year in a row collecting the most J.D. Power Initial Quality awards as compared to other vehicle brands.