After missing last year’s car show it was SO GOOD to get back to see it again!!! The first area I hit was the Chevy display. I noticed the Chevy Spark has been updated this year to a more sporty look! I like the “New paint scheme” on it this time. I remember when the Spark first came out, I watched a TV show that had mentioned how roomy the interior was. I was hoping it would be at the show because I wanted to see it for myself.
The next vehicle I looked at was the 2022 Chevy Colorado ZR2 Dusk 4×4. This truck may be smaller than the full-size Silverado brother. but it’s mighty in the interior room also doesn’t lack power under the hood either. It’s a step up from past Colorado’s in its past when it comes to the capabilities of any other trucks in its class.
The next vehicle is a consumer favorite: the Chevy Equinox. This 2022 model boasts lots of exterior and interior changes for this year. The Equinox has always been MY favorite in the SUV class. I guess that’s what makes the consumers trust it for students, young families, and even baby boomers.
Now to 2 NEW PRODUCTION VEHICLES: the Chevy Trailblazer models like RS and Active, and the Chevy Blazer Premier AWD. We all remember the Trailblazer which came out in 1999 and ran its production until 2008. Now the difference between these two is a little cosmetic difference in the body and interior but mostly the BIG difference is in the power trains! The Trailblazer comes with a stock 1.2 liter 3 cylinder engine and the Blazer comes stock with a 4cyl or a V-6. They both have 9-speed automatic transmissions and both are front-wheel drive or have an optional all-wheel drive with each vehicle.
Next is a 2022 Chevy Traverse Premier. This SUV is notches above its competition with its many options and seating for eight and its combined 21 miles per gallon. This model also comes out as a front-wheel-drive or AWD configuration is available too.
Up next I wandered over to the Nissan display and I stumbled upon the brand new 2022 Frontier. This truck has some great curb appeal. While this truck hasn’t had a refresh on its design since the early nineties. So it is exciting to see that Nissan has finally given this truck the new look it has been waiting for. And in my opinion: It’s AGGRESSIVE, & Sporty and I LOVE it!!!
Next up at Nissan is a 2022 Pathfinder. Now, this vehicle has been changed many times since its debut in the mid-’80s. But it has always had a long-standing of being a crazy fun four-wheel-drive SUV. I love the styling of this year’s model because last year it looked too “car” like. Thumbs up Nissan.
The last vehicle in the Nissan display is the Kicks. This is a cute little CUV that replaces the Juke. This Kicks is a very cute little car. If I was into little cars this one would be my first choice. What Nissan has done with it this year makes it look like a little pocket rocket with its 122 hp 4cyl engine with fuel mileage of 31 city and 36 highway this car would be a lot of fun for anyone!
Now over to the Subaru and first up is the Forrestor. This vehicle is the most fun little CUV and its engines are top-notch and reliable engines. And their AWD systems are the best you’ll find in any AWD system on the planet. They’ve been building theirs since the ’60s!
Now onto Subaru’s big SUV. The Ascent is a vehicle that has been out a couple of years and it isn’t Subaru’s first attempt at a full-size SUV. Their first attempt was the B-9 Tribeca that was first built in 2006 and slowly ran its course as being not much of an easy vehicle to work on and not very favored by most consumers. The Ascent made its debut in 2017 with a whole new style and a much roomier SUV than Subaru has ever built. The ascent was welcomed with open arms!