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The world’s largest automaker, General Motors is comprised of four brands: Chevrolet, Buick, Cadillac and GMC. Popular Chevy models include the Malibu and Cruze sedans, Equinox and Traverse crossovers, the Camaro and Corvette sports cars, SUVs like the Tahoe, plus the Volt and numerous trucks like the Silverado. Top selling Buick models include the Enclave, LaCrosse and Regal, while the bulk of Cadillac sales are comprised of the CTS sedan and SRX crossover. The GMC truck brand is best known for the Sierra pickup and Heavy Duty models, while more recently it has had success with crossovers like the Acadia and Terrain. Globally, GM also includes the Opel, Vauxhall and Holden brands, plus joint-ventures in China and the OnStar brand. After reorganization in 2009, General Motors shed the Hummer, Saab, Saturn and Pontiac brands, having eliminated Oldsmobile several years earlier.

GM was founded in 1908 by William C. Durant using the funds generated by purchasing Buick in 1904 and turning it into a success. GMC was acquired in 1909. Forced from the company after a failed takeover of Ford in 1910, he then helped create Chevrolet with Louis Chevrolet in 1911. That venture became so profitable that five years later he bought a majority stake in GM and a year later was back in charge.













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2015 Chevrolet Cruze vs 2015 Subaru Impreza

The Subaru Impreza is an oddball in the compact car world. Although it’s becoming interestingly mainstream, it continues to march to its own beat. Features like standard all-wheel drive, a horizontally opposed engine and adaptive cruise control are not found in many, if any, other compact cars. The Chevrolet Cruze isn’t exactly a mainstream product…

2016 Cadillac ATS-V Review

More powerful, quicker and outright faster than a comparable BMW, Cadillac’s newest model is the best reason to skip the letter M and head all the way down the alphabet to V. The smallest and lightest V model ever, Cadillac has applied years of development from its CTS-V models, not to mention a racing program…

2015 Chevy Colorado vs. 2015 Toyota Tacoma

2015 Chevy Colorado vs. 2015 Toyota Tacoma
Unchallenged leadership is never good. Toyota hasn’t needed to put up a fight in the mid-size truck market for a very long time. At least not until now because for 2015, GM is releasing all-new versions of Colorado and Canyon. Just to get it out of the way, yes it’s true that Toyota revealed the…

Escalading to the 2015 Detroit Auto Show

Escalading to the 2015 Detroit Auto Show
It’s said that the best-laid plans of mice and men often go awry. Well, this is also true of plans cobbled together by automotive journalists. It was time once again for the AutoGuide.com yearly pilgrimage to Detroit for the North American International Auto Show (NAIAS). Living within a four-hour proximity to the motor city, as…

2015 AutoGuide.com Truck of the Year: Part 1

There was a time when pickup trucks weren’t expected to do anything but backbreaking work. Some people think of those as “the good old days,” but I respectfully disagree. Modern trucks are comfortable, luxurious and about as easy to drive as a large crossover. It seems that families now depend on trucks as much as…

2014 Chevrolet Impala vs 2014 Toyota Avalon

On paper, the Chevrolet Impala and Toyota Avalon are remarkably similar. But it’s the difference that you can’t discern from scanning a spec sheet that make the difference, so we put the two side-by-side to render a verdict. Which brand boasts the better front-wheel drive V6 cruiser: Toyota or Chevrolet?
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