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This website is dedicated to the General Motors J-platform vehicles. These include the Chevrolet Cavalier, Pontiac Sunfire, Sunbird and J2000, Olds Firenza, Buick SkyHawk and Cadillac Cimarron. The purpose of this site is to educate and inform others about these cars, as well as to put j-body owners in contact with other owners and resources.


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DYNAPRO Big Brake Front Kit
Wilwood
Big brake upgrades are vital to achieving a true performance sport compact, and Wilwood Engineering of Camarillo, CA is one of the best in the industry for such an upgrade. To give J-Body tuners more info on the product, installation details and the benefits of such an upgrade, Wilwood supplied the GME with a front brake upgrade kit for our new Product Guide. The article details all installation steps and contact info for those looking to add this upgrade to their J-Body.
03-30-2005


News

Chevrolet Introduces 2017 Cruze Hatch
Posted by dave on January 07, 2016 @ 12:25 PM PST
Image Ahead of its debut at the North American International Auto Show, Chevrolet today introduced the 2017 Cruze Hatchback. Developed with all the technologies and dynamic driving attributes of the all-new 2016 Cruze sedan, the new hatch adds a functional and sporty choice for customers. It joins Colorado and Trax as the latest Chevrolets to push into new segments.

The Cruze Hatch has the same, class-leading 106.3-inch (2,700 mm) wheelbase as sedan models, but features a unique roof and rear-end structure including wraparound taillamps and an integrated spoiler at the top of the liftgate. It opens to offer 22.7 cubic feet (643 liters) of cargo space behind the rear seat. With the rear seat folded, cargo space expands to 47.2 cubic feet (1,336 liters).

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CHEVROLET INTRODUCES 2017 BOLT EV
Posted by dave on January 06, 2016 @ 12:10 PM PST
ImageLAS VEGAS - Chevrolet is introducing the 2017 Bolt EV at the Consumer Electronics Show, fulfilling its promise to offer a long-range, affordable electric vehicle for the masses.

The Bolt EV, which will go into production by the end of 2016, will offer more than 200 miles of range on a full charge. It also features advanced connectivity technologies designed to enhance and personalize the driving experience.

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2016 Chevrolet Cruze Features New Ecotec Engines
Posted by dave on June 25, 2015 @ 12:41 PM PST
ImageDETROIT - The 2016 Chevrolet Cruze is powered by General Motors' new, global family of Ecotec small-displacement engines, featuring a modular architecture that is easier to build and adaptable to global markets, while offering customers segment-challenging efficiency, refinement and durability.

In North America, the Cruze is offered with a new Ecotec 1.4L turbocharged engine that features direct injection to help offer a GM-estimated 40 mpg on the highway with an available six-speed automatic transmission. Standard stop/start technology contributes to efficiency in stop-and-go driving.

The new 1.4L turbo is SAE-certified at 113 kW (153 hp) and 240 Nm of torque (177 lb-ft), using regular unleaded fuel (RON 91). It will be offered in additional markets, along with a 1.5L naturally aspirated variant rated at an estimated at 84 kW (113 hp) and 146 Nm of torque (108 lb-ft). The 1.5L will be matched with a five-speed manual transmission.

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