Here’s Where Chevrolet Vehicles For The U.S. Market Are Actually Made

The Chevrolet brand was founded in 1911 and has been a division of General Motors since 1918. Chevy remains a true-blue American brand with manufacturing facilities throughout the continental United States. However, being part of General Motors means Chevy also makes cars and trucks in other countries where GM manufactures its other vehicles and brands. For instance, Chevy manufactures the Blazer EV at the Ramos Arizpe assembly plant in Coahuila, Mexico. Meanwhile, its gasoline-only Blazer counterpart is made in

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