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Ram

Ram

Ram Trucks was formed in 2009 as a manufacturer of light to mid-size pickup trucks under the Chrysler Group. This effort is designed to market Ram vehicles to “real truck customers”, rather than those individuals who purchase pickups for image or style. Although Ram Trucks has only recently become More >

Tesla

Tesla

Tesla is an eco-friendly automaker that was founded in 2003 and is headquartered in Palto Alto, California.  The company is attempting to change the auto industry by making electric vehicles extremely innovative, current, efficient, high-performing, and accessible to the masses.  Tesla not only More >

Chevy

Chevrolet

Chevrolet turned 100 years old in 2011 and continues to be an innovator in terms of safety and performance. It is a versatile brand that began in Detroit with the help of a race car driver named Louis Chevrolet and General Motors startup William C. Durant. Even though its beginnings are shaped by More >

Cadillac

Cadillac

Cadillac is one of the rarest breeds of American automobile brands in that it started out as a luxury marque back in August of 1902 and has remained steadfastly focused on the pursuit of luxurious perfection with an American twist ever since. On the surface that claim may not sound like much, but More >





Dodge

Dodge

Brothers John F. and Horace E. Dodge began their illustrious automobile career by building transmissions for Ransom E. Olds of Oldsmobile. In 1903, the duo began producing drive trains along with other vehicle components and their brand was hired as a major supplier of auto parts for the Ford Motor More >

Chrysler

Chrysler

Chrysler is an American automaker (now multinational) founded in 1925 by its namesake, Walter P. Chrysler. It has spent the better part of nearly nine decades reinventing itself and transforming the automotive industry along the way. During the 1970s, the company was on the brink of demise, More >

GMC

GMC

The GMC division of General Motors Company makes and sells trucks, vans, and SUVs in North America. Founded in 1901 as the Rapid Motor Vehicle Company, it was bought by GM in 1909 and re-branded as the General Motors Truck Company — GMC Truck for short. The U.S. military relied heavily on GMC More >

Lincoln

Lincoln

One of America’s most distinctive automobile brands is Lincoln, founded in 1915 by Mr. Henry M. Leland. The brand’s name is unique because its founder chose not to name it after himself, but rather after one of his biggest heros, Abraham Lincoln. After severe financial issues forced the Lincoln More >

Jeep

Jeep

Jeep has spent 70 years influencing car buyers and has created a niche for itself in the off-roading vehicle market. It is an iconic brand with a history rooted in military service that has expanded sufficiently to include the civilian, 4×4 consumer as its target purchaser. Jeep is a truly American More >

Ford

Ford

Ford Motor Company was founded in 1903 by Henry Ford in Dearborn, Michigan. It has grown over the years to become the second largest automotive manufacturer in the United States and the fifth largest worldwide. Henry Ford’s innovative assembly line techniques enabled the Model T, America’s first More >

Buick

Buick

America’s oldest automobile brand still in production, the Buick Motor Company was formed in 1903 by David Dunbar Buick in Detroit, Michigan. Early success led to the formation of a sizable conglomerate thanks to the acquisition of several Buick competitors, with the new enterprise aptly named More >

GM

General Motors

Founded in 1908, General Motors (GM) grew along with America’s love of the open road and the automobile. It produced (and produces) vehicles under the banner of such world recognized brands as Cadillac, Oldsmobile, Chevrolet and Opel. After World War II, GM embarked upon an unprecedented wave of More >

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