If you’ve been shopping around for a Chevrolet vehicle, we wouldn’t blame you if you’re overwhelmed with the options at your disposal. After all, the brand offers dozens of different vehicles, and that doesn’t even account for all of the variations of each specific nameplate. If you’re not prepared when you head into a Chevy dealership, then your head is going to be spinning when you leave.
Fortunately, you won’t have to wait much longer for the brand’s latest crop of vehicles to hit dealership lots. This fall, a trio of Chevy cars are set to be released: the 2019 Chevy Cruze, the 2019 Chevy Malibu, and the 2019 Chevy Camaro. Each of these vehicles will provide drivers with their own specific amenities and capabilities, but they’ll still be able to cater to a wide range of car buyers.
While details are still hard to come across, we detailed some of the most notable features and specs that will be included in this grouping of upcoming Chevys. That way, when you’re ready to purchase that Chevy, you won’t have to sort through the hundreds of cars that are surely sitting on the lot.
2019 Chevy Cruze
The Chevy Cruze has always been one of the most peculiar vehicles on the market. It’s obvious how small the car is, which would seemingly limit the models appeal. On the flip side, the Cruze always manages to deliver surprising specs and amenities. We wouldn’t blame consumers if they assumed these reported specs and numbers are insincere. However, considering how the vehicle continually earns its marks, it’s about time we take this Chevy seriously.
That sentiment will be especially evident when it comes to the 2019 Chevy Cruze, as the nameplate manages to deliver across the board. For instance, engineers have done an admirable job of offering customers the opportunity to choose from a pair of impressive engines. While you wouldn’t necessarily expect power from the sedan, the Cruz more than delivers, even when it comes to the standard offering. The accompanying 1.4-liter turbocharged gas engine manages to crank out 153 horsepower, numbers that are usually reserved for much more hulking vehicles. Drivers can alternatively opt for the 1.6-liter Turbo Diesel engine, which manages to deliver a wild 240 pound-feet of torque.
The Cruze will also be more stylish than you’d expect, and we can point to the various exterior color offerings as a big reason why. Offering striking options like Caribbean Blue Metallic and Oakwood Metallic, the 2019 Chevy Cruze will surely catch the eye of your fellow drivers. Plus, the sedan includes a revamped front fascia and grille, adding a bit more sportiness and style to the car.
2019 Chevy Malibu
The Malibu was previously named the Most Dependable Midsize Car by J.D. Power, and we’d reckon that the nameplate could easily earn that moniker once again. The vehicle doesn’t only include additions throughout the cabin and exterior, but it also has a number of alluring improvements that will put this particular variation of the ride over the top. In other words, don’t be surprised if this is considered one of the best offerings in the nameplate’s history.
When it comes to cosmetics, engineers revamped several parts of the Malibu’s exterior. The vehicle will feature a long list of changes, but the major revamp include a new exposed dual exhaust design and striking 18-inch wheels. Owners can also expect tweaks to the spoiler and grille. Head to the inside, and drivers will surely be impressed by the luxurious leather-wrapped shifter and steering wheel, adding a bit of elegance to the ride. They’ll also appreciate the eight-inch-diagonal reconfigurable Driver Information Center, which provides all the information they could possibly need right at their fingertip. The heated rear seats truly prove to be icing on the cake when it comes to interior amenities.
The brand even manages to improve the Malibu under the hood. The renowned 2.0-liter turbocharged ECOTEC engine will promise up to 250 horsepower, but owners will also appreciate the accompany nine-speed automatic transmission. Chevy’s engineers even offer the Malibu Hybrid, which is equipped with an impressive 1.8-liter hybrid engine. This unit is accompanied by a number of hybrid-centric features, like the Driver Efficiency Gauge.
2019 Chevy Camaro
What isn’t there to like about the Chevy Camaro. While you couldn’t necessarily describe them as “improvements,” engineers still managed to add a number of tweaks that could make this the greatest variation in this legendary car’s history.
Where to start? Well, when it comes to the sports car’s exterior, customers can choose from a variety of notable options. These paint offerings include:
- Riverside Blue Metallic
- Satin Steel Gray Metallic
- Red Hot
- Garnet Red Tintcoat
- Summit White
- Mosaic Black Metallic
Several exterior features have also been revamped, like the inclusion of a larger hood and LED halogen headlamps. The LT variation of the nameplate includes a black mesh larger upper and lower grille, while the RS version sees the addition of a black grille. The brand also offers customers a number of brand-new wheel options, like the hulking 20-inch wheels that are included on the RS and SS trims.
Of course, the Camaro will also be plenty of fun to drive. The 1LE track version of the ride will feature the brand’s all-new 2.0-liter Turbo 1LE engine, which will crank out some of the top power specs in the segment. Meanwhile, the SS version of the nameplate includes the 10-speed paddle-shift automatic transmission, which will emphasize how athletic the Camaro can be.
Of course, while this trio of cars will be hitting Chevy’s lots in the fall, those aren’t the only new vehicles that are coming down the pike. The tiny Chevy Spark is set to debut this winter, while the brand-new and revamped Silverado will hit lots later this year. The brand is also expected to release their new Silverado Chassis Cab at some point in 2018.
In other words, if you’re a fan of Chevy’s vehicles, you’re going to appreciate all of the brand’s soon to be released offerings.