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|Current owner||General Motors|
|Markets||Automobiles & trucks|
General Motors basically has built trucks, buses and chassis and marketed them under the Chevrolet, GMC and sometimes the Isuzu brands. Chassis have been manufactured for school buses and RVs (recreational vehicles).
While heavy-duty trucks were manufactured at one time, that part of the company was sold off to Volvo, and was known as Volvo White-GMC.
In December 2007, GM announced its intention to sell GM's medium-duty truck business, whose products include the Kodiak and Topkick, to Navistar International. In August 2008, both GM and Navistar announced that their memorandum of understanding for the purchase had expired and was not renewed . After four years of working with multiple potential buyers, including an anticipated five-year deal with Isuzu Motors announced late in January 2009 to take over the production line in Flint, Michigan, General Motors decided to wind-down its medium-duty truck operations. Production of the Chevrolet Kodiak and GMC Topkick medium duty trucks in Flint ceased on July 31, 2009.
- 4100 1½ Ton Short Wheelbase Trucks.
- 4400 1½ Ton Long Wheelbase Trucks
- 5100 Cab-Over-Engine Short Wheelbase Trucks.
- 5400 Cab-Over-Engine Medium Wheelbase Trucks.
- 57100 Cab-Over-Engine Long Wheelbase Trucks.
- 6100 Two Ton Short Wheelbase Trucks.
- 6400 Two Ton Long Wheelbase Trucks.
- Advance Design
- Chevy 500
- Cheyenne (concept)
- Custom Deluxe
- El Camino
- Task Force
- Captiva Sport
- Grand Blazer
- Grand Nomad
- K5 Blazer
- S-10 Blazer
- G31 chassis
- Lumina APV
- Trans Sport
Commercial Truck ModelsEdit
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- Bison - heavy duty, class 8 (1977-1988)
- Bruin - heavy duty, (1977-1988)
- COE - heavy duty, (1940s?)
- Kodiak - medium duty, also sold as GMC Topkick and Isuzu H-series (1980-2009)
- Titan - heavy duty, class 8, cab-over design (1968-1988)
- See also: GMC buses
- ↑ http://media.navistar.com/index.php?s=43&item=111
- ↑ http://media.navistar.com/index.php?s=43&item=179
- ↑ http://media.gm.com/servlet/GatewayServlet?target=http://image.emerald.gm.com/gmnews/viewpressreldetail.do?domain=5&docid=47990
- ↑ http://www.detnews.com/article/20090609/AUTO01/906090330
- ↑ AutoWeek: GM to halt medium-duty truck production
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