BLOOM, Maine — The spring-to-sumter 2018 season is finally here.
The first of the new year and the new decade.
And now the cars are coming, with a new crop of high-end cars.
The New Year brings with it some big changes.
Here are some of the biggest ones.
New cars, new cars, no new cars?
Well, the cars will be here.
Here’s a look at what’s in store for 2019.
It’s the first full season of the brand-new 2018 Chevrolet Colorado and the first year for the Chevrolet Camaro.
Both cars are in the showrooms.
The Camaro has been in the spotlight for some time, with its unique look and unique styling, but it’s the Colorado that’s bringing out the biggest crowds.
The brand-name Chevrolet Colorado was unveiled earlier this month in Bloomington, Minnesota.
“We are very excited about bringing our brand-specific Colorado to Bloomington,” Chevrolet CEO Mark Fields said in a statement.
“We’re excited to showcase the Camaro in the city where we are already well-known.
It’s a perfect fit for our growing Bloomington and Twin Cities markets.”
The Colorado was originally unveiled in February as part of the “Black Cars” series, in which cars are inspired by African-American culture and music.
But the brand is expanding its portfolio.
It has introduced the Chevrolet Tahoe, the Chevrolet Corvette, the Chrysler Pacifica and the Cadillac ATS.
In addition to the Camaros, the brand has unveiled two new cars.
The Chevrolet Tahano, unveiled in April, is a five-door SUV.
The brand says it is “an upscale SUV that will redefine the luxury segment with a premium design and performance that will leave every American car lover wanting more.”
The Tahano will go on sale this year for $37,200.
On the other side of the country, the Dodge Challenger, also unveiled in May, is the latest entry in the Dodge brand.
The Challenger is a compact SUV that starts at $28,800.
Dodge has also been pushing the Dodge Bolt, which is an SUV that can be purchased in either a standard or sport-utility package, for more fuel economy.
The new Chevrolet Camarons are expected to have a range of 300 miles and an EPA-estimated combined range of more than 260 miles.
That means you can get to work or go on a family vacation in less than an hour.
But it also means the Chevrolet will have to be the fastest car in the world.
Driving in 2019 will be more complicated.
All of the Chevrolet models will now have to comply with the new vehicle emissions standards that will come into effect in 2020.
A number of new technologies, including electric and hybrid vehicles, will be available for 2019 models.
Chevrolet says it will be using more fuel efficient vehicles in the U.S. than ever before.
If you have questions about your car, visit www.chrysler.com/vehicle for more information on the 2019 model year.
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