Do you need help acquiring your next car? We have assisted more than 600,000+ Canadians...Get Approved Now
Chevrolet Canada: Brand History & Summary
Chevrolet Canada delivers vehicles through 451 GM Canada dealerships. In 2016, Chevrolet Canada sold 151,460 units. It was a 1.8 percent increase year-over-year. At the same time, US sold 2,096,508 Chevrolet units. It was a 1.36 percent decrease from 2015.
Worldwide Chevrolet sold 4,177,484 units. It was a 5.5 percent year-over-year decline in sales.
Chevrolet Canada works as a subsidiary of General Motors (GM) Canada. The origins of GM Canada goes back to the Oshawa Carriage Works. It was started by a farmer Robert McLaughlin in 1877. The carriage plant was a great success. Robert’s sons began producing cars with Buick engines in 1908 under the McLaughlin Motor Car Company. In 1916, the McLaughlin Motor Car Company started building Chevrolets. In 1918, GM decided to buy the McLaughlin business, and the General Motors of Canada was established. Today GM of Canada can produce more than a million units in Canada. Chevrolet cars are one of its biggest sellers.
In 1911, Louis Chevrolet started Chevrolet Motor Company in Detroit with the help of General Motors (GM) founder William C. Durant and his investment partners. In 1915, Chevrolet sold his portion to GM due to a dispute. By 1930, the Chevrolet brand had produced 7 million trucks and cars. In 1953, Chevrolet introduced its iconic Corvette which resulted on one of the big successes of the Chevrolet brand. Today Chevrolet is most known for its SUVs and heavy duty trucks.
Top Regional & Popular Dealers
Explore the map to find the main regional dealers located closer to your location.
Explore the Full List of Chevrolet Canada Offers
The following list contains all online quotable base models as of the estimated prices offered by Chevrolet Canada for the current period. Prices are estimated based on the lowest Km per year, the specified term, rebates and taxes included.