Where Are Chevrolets Made?

March 30, 2023

Where Are Chevrolets Made

When it comes to purchasing a new vehicle, many Mooresville drivers wonder, “Where Are Chevrolets Made?” For the most part, they are. In fact, the majority of the Silverado and Colorado models are constructed in Flint, Michigan. However, other parts are produced in other countries like Brazil, Japan, and Mexico. This is because GM, the owner of Chevy, is a multinational company that owns plants in 35 different countries. During the financial crisis in 2008-2009, the US government bought most of GM stock to help them stay afloat and avoid bankruptcy. This has made it possible to produce some Chevy trucks in China and other foreign markets, but for the time being, these vehicles are not available in the United States.

In order to be considered American-made, a truck must contain at least 50 percent U.S. or Canadian-made parts.


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