Continuing on our theme of review car companies for the past year. In this case we wanted to review Chevrolet. GM has had a tumultuous year, but they have put out some innovative and just plain cool products this year. So fasten your safety belts as we give you the high points of Chevrolet in 2009 from an AllSmallCars.com perspective.Chevrolet In Review for 2009:2009 Chevrolet HHR Review: Chevrolet's 1940s Suburban Throwback1st and 2nd 2010 Chevrolet Camaro SS Models to Roll Off the LineSparking a Revolution in GM's Lineup: 2010 Chevrolet Spark to Shape the FutureCan the 2011 Chevrolet Volt Win With Consumers?2011 Chevrolet Cruze: GM Steps Up With This New Addition, But Will It Be To Late2010 Chevrolet Camaro: The Reviews Are Starting To Roll InChevrolet Cruzes to the L.A. Auto Show This WeekBob Lutz Describes the Difference Between the Tesla and the Volt2011 Chevrolet Viva: GM's Answer To the Ford Fiesta?How Far Can the Chevrolet Volt Go Before You Have to Refill?Pre-Production Chevrolet Volt Spotted On Streets of DetroitToyota and GM Get Down To Brass Tacks On EV TechnologyVolt Speaks to the Youth of the Nation November 30thGM's Return Program: Misleading or GenuineA Dawn Of the All-New GM? Maybe or Maybe NotRetro Review: Does the 2001 Camaro Stand the Test of Time Happy New Year from AllSmallCars.com and be sure to come on back in 2010 for more news, opinion and reviews on anything and everything small cars. Tags: 2011 Chevrolet News Chevrolet Volt News News Contribute: Send us a tip Comment Contact the editor Recommended Galleries Porsche Taycan electric-car interior revealed: Five screens, but driver-focused Mercedes introduces longer-range EQV electric van Rivian R1S SUV to offer four roof options, but no sliding moonroof World's largest EV never has to be recharged People who read this, also read: The new normal: Electrify America expands its EV ad campaign Chevy Bolt range, inside Porsche Taycan, EV avoiders: The Week in Reverse Chevy Bolt EV range boost, Porsche Taycan interior, dirty VW diesels: Today's Car News 2020 Chevrolet Bolt EV gets 259 miles of range, nudges past Kona Electric Share This Article: connect with the editor: Jonathan McGrew - Contributing Writer Follow Us Today: Green Car Reports Newsletter Sign up to get the latest green car and environmental news, delivered to your inbox daily! Sign Up Today! I agree to receive emails from the site. I can withdraw my consent at any time by unsubscribing.