6 Of The Most Reliable Engines Ever Made By Chevrolet

Over the last 112 years, Chevrolet’s lineup of production automobile engines has evolved. Chevrolet’s first engine was the 40-horsepower 299-cubic-inch six-cylinder that powered the 1911 Chevrolet Classic Six. As Chevrolet’s first production engine, the 299 propelled the Classic Six, a five-passenger touring sedan, from zero to 50 mph in 15 seconds and to a 65 mph top speed. Chevrolet introduced its ‘bowtie’ logo in 1914, along with its first four-cylinder engines. While the 1911–1914 Classic Six Chevrolets were too

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