Are Chevrolet and GMC The Same?Last Updated February 5, 2020 | Sam Padgett
Although GMC does not own Chevy, many people think that they do. Since they are both owned by GM, and GMC makes many vehicles that are nearly identical to Chevy ones, the connections between these two manufacturers often confound consumers who don't know who owns whom.
From the debut of the first Chevrolet truck in 1918 to the 2018 Silverado, Chevy has been manufacturing trucks for nearly a century. Whether you are a classic truck enthusiast or prefer the modern-day pickups, it’s hard to deny the appeal of a Chevrolet truck. By looking at the evolution of Chevy trucks, we can see how the automotive industry in America has progressed over the past 100 years.
Several companies have owned the Jeep line over the years, but who owns Jeep today? Stellantis, the merged company of Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA) and PSA Group, owns Jeep as of early 2021. Before that, FCA owned Jeep since 2014. Previous owners include the Kaiser Jeep Corporation and American Motors Corporation. Most Jeeps are American-made, except for a select few models. The Toledo Assembly Complex in Ohio manufactures the Jeep Wrangler.
The Square Body Chevy is the third generation of Chevrolet C/K trucks. Named for its iconic box-body design, the Square Body was in production from 1973 until 1987. The 14-year production span makes these trucks popular choices for restorations and restomods.
For 2019, Ford is once again putting a midsize pickup into the ring to compete against trucks like the Chevy Colorado and Toyota Tacoma. Offering a lot of utility in a smaller package, we're taking a look at how the 2019 Ranger stacks up against its American rival, the Chevy Colorado.