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I have a 2017 chevy impala. The passenger side headlight, daytime running light, blinker and passenger side taillight won't work. I've replaced the bulbs, checked the fuses and connections. What else can cause 4 out of 6 lights on one side to not work?
First up, the Malibu and Impala basically crushed the list by winning the two most important categories, mid-size car and large car. Those two categories really are the two actual family car categories and GM should be proud to have earned the wins. Of the new Malibu, U.S. News said, "Testers say the redesigned 2016 Chevrolet Malibu is a strong contender with class leaders thanks to its spacious seats, user-friendly infotainment system and good trunk space. The 2016 Chevrolet Malibu has the best combination of interior space, safety and reliability ratings, and available family-friendly features in its class, making it our 2016 Best Midsize Car for Families." Note that U.S. News wisely includes reliability and safety in this type of vehicle. U.S. News gets it. Meanwhile, over at the "car magazines" they are doing top speed runs in 4-cylinder economy cars and talking about "lift throttle oversteer at high Gs." There are families that want big, and the Yukon delivers. We just tested the 2016 Yukon Denali, and it is hard to argue there is a better beast that does what it does. The Escalade wins its category too. Some families do want luxury along with size and the Escalade coddles you and the rest of your basketball team. Check out the rankings here for yourself. Look for our new road test format coming soon. The Denali will be the first up.
Speaking about the Colorado US News says "According to auto critics, the 2015 Chevrolet Colorado's cabin is very quiet and looks and feels much nicer than that of its rivals, with an attractive design and high-quality, soft-touch materials. Auto journalists are pleased with the ample headroom and legroom in the front seats." You can read more of the report here.