After a three-year absence, Chevrolet’s Colorado midsize pickup truck returned to market for 2015, completely redesigned inside and out, with the same class-leading versatility and capability as before, but with the efficiency, maneuverability and refinement of a crossover.
For British teens who fell in love with rock, the early Sixties were tough times. Their conservative government and liberal songwriters’ union had kept young Brits from even hearing the new youth oriented music genre that was sweeping the globe. The BBC wouldn’t cater to this rowdy generation, while the songwriters’ union had a rule in force that kept the BBC from playing any record more than once a day, regardless of its popularity.
Since its complete makeover two years ago, the Nissan Altima has established itself as one of the top players in the all-important midsize sedan class, racking up sales totals that put it among its elite competition – the Toyota Camry and Honda Accord.
For more than a decade politicians, both state and national, have consistently failed the public in delivering proper maintenance for our highways and in building new ones. Our motoring population growth demands both, and that’s doubly true in our fastest growing cities. But, where once we all pitched in with our gasoline taxes to build HOV lanes — under the guise of reducing air pollution — now many of those lanes are being turned into mini toll roads for the small percentage of drivers to whom the daily tolls are trivial.