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The updated Chevrolet Tahoe was released in 2016. In fact, the car is a shallow restyling of the fourth-generation model, which debuted back in 2014. Although the novelty has expanded its list of options, both technically and externally it has practically not changed....
In September 2015, Chevrolet, part of General Motors, presented an updated version of the Chevrolet Silverado heavy-duty pickup truck at the Texas Industrial Fair. The Chevrolet Silverado has a solid steel frame and body and cab elements made from the same material,...
Cadillac CTS debuted in the home market in 2016. In fact, the model is a planned restyling of the third generation. Changes are subtle for an inexperienced car enthusiast. The novelty has stylish elongated headlights and garlands of LED daytime running lights,...
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Ohio is a state in the Great Lakes of the United States with an area of 116,096 square kilometers and a population of 11.5 million. The capital and largest city is Columbus. Ohio is bordered on the north by Michigan and Lake Erie, on the east by Pennsylvania and West Virginia, on the south by Kentucky, and on the west by Indiana. It is the 17th state admitted to the Union.
Ohio’s nickname is The Buckeye State. A Buckeye is a type of chestnut tree. The name Ohio comes from the Seneca word ohi: yo meaning “big creek.”
Ohio’s motto is “By God, everything is possible”.
Summers are usually warm and humid. Cool temperatures prevail in winter.