Chevy or Dodge: Only 1 in 19 People Can Correctly Identify The Make of These Vehicles. Can You?

By: J.P. Naomi
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For more than 100 years, Chevrolet and Dodge have sold millions of vehicles ranging from subcompacts to pickups. Think you can correctly identify the brand based solely on a photo? Try your luck now!

The Chevrolet Spark is a city car produced by GM Korea and originally marketed prominently as the Daewoo Matiz. It is available solely as a five-door hatchback.

The first Dodge Darts were introduced for the 1960 model year. They were downsized large cars developed to replace the Plymouth in the standard, low-priced car segment for the Dodge dealer network. Darts were produced until 1976.

The Chevy Sonic is actually the second generation of the Chevy Aveo. The Aveo was first produced in 2002 and by 2012, they began marketing it as the Sonic.

The first car that carried the Challenger name was introduced as the limited edition Dodge Silver Challenger Club Sedan in 1959. It was only available in silver paint.

Known simply as the "Vette," the Chevrolet Corvette began production in 1953 and continues to this day. The Vette is manufactured in Bowling Green, Kentucky and is the official sports car of the Commonwealth of Kentucky.

The Dodge Caliber is a front-engine, front-wheel drive five-door compact hatchback manufactured and marketed by Chrysler's Dodge division from model years 2007 to 2012. It replaces the Neon and Chrysler PT Cruiser.

In 1987, a version of the Mitsubishi Pajero/Montero was rebadged by Dodge as the Raider. This was produced through 1989.

The Chevy Impala is one of the most popular and best-selling cars ever! It has gone through three different periods of production including: 1957 %0D 1985; 1994 –1996; and 1999 – present.

Super Sport, or SS, is the signature performance option package offered by Chevrolet on a limited number of its vehicles. All SS models come with distinctive "SS" markings on their exterior, including the grille.

The Chevrolet Caprice was a full-sized automobile produced by Chevrolet from 1965 to 1996. Its sales peaked in 1965 with more than one million sold. It was the most popular American car in the sixties and early seventies.

The Dodge Custom Royal was produced by Dodge in the United States for the 1955 through 1959 model years. In each of these years, the Custom Royal was the top trim level of the Dodge line.

This long-running pony car first went on sale on September 29, 1966. It was designed as a competing model to the Ford Mustang, and it shared many major components with the Pontiac Firebird.

This is a photo of the Dodge Meadowbrook - a full-size car that was produced by Dodge from 1949 to 1954. They were assembled at the Dodge Main Factory in Hamtramck, Michigan.

The Chevrolet Express is a full-sized van produced by General Motors. It is actually an identical match to the GMC Savana and has been in production since 1995.

Did you know ... In Brazil, the Magnum nameplate was a top of the line version of the local Dodge Dart from 1979 to 1981; and in Mexico, the Dodge Magnum was a sporty rear-wheel drive two-door car based on Chrysler's M body.

General Motors began production on the Chevy Trax in 2012. It is based on the GM Gamma II platform, which is shared with the Chevrolet Aveo/Sonic, as well as the Opel Mokka/Buick Encore.

Beginning in 2004, General Motors has produced the Chevrolet Equinox as a mid-size or compact crossover SUV. It is based on the Theta unibody platform.

Assembled in Detroit, Michigan at the Lynch Road Plant, the Dodge St. Regis was a full-sized 4-door car produced from 1979 - 1981. It was only ever available in a notchback sedan style.

The Chevy Tahoe pays tribute to the rugged and scenic area surrounding Lake Tahoe in the western United States. Its predecessor was the Chevy K5 Blazer.

The Dart name originally appeared on a 1957 show car featuring a body designed by the Italian coachbuilder Carrozzeria Ghia. Once in production, the Dart was introduced as a lower-priced, shorter wheelbase, full-size Dodge in 1960 and 1961.

The Chevrolet Colorado and its counterpart, the GMC Canyon, are mid-size pickup trucks marketed by American automaker General Motors. They were introduced in 2004 to replace the Chevrolet S-10/GMC Sonoma compact pickups.

The Chevy Silverado has won more than 10 awards in its lifetime. Included in these honors are Car and Driver magazine's Best Pickup Truck from 2001, 2002 and 2003 and 2007's North American Truck of the Year!

The Dodge Daytona was produced by Dodge from 1984 to 1993. It was a front-wheel drive hatchback based on the Chrysler G platform, which was derived from the Chrysler K platform.

The Chevette was the best-selling small car in the U.S. for model years 1979 and 1980. It was assembled in 6 different countries around the world.

The Dodge Demon was fourth generation of the Dodge Dart. It was in production from 1966 - 1976, mainly in the United States but also in Brazil and Colombia.

The Chevy Corsa was in production from 1987 - 1996. It was classified as a front-wheel drive compact car.

The Chevrolet Avalanche is a four-door, five or six passenger pickup truck sharing GM's long-wheelbase chassis used on the Chevrolet Suburban and Cadillac Escalade EXT. It was produced by General Motors from 2001 - 2013.

The Dodge Spirit was a sedan that carried either 5 or 6 passengers. It was introduced in January 1989 as a replacement for the similarly sized Dodge 600.

The Chevrolet Cruze has been made by General Motors since 2008. Prior to that, the nameplate had been used in Japan, for a version of a subcompact hatchback car produced under a joint venture with Suzuki. That vehicle was in production from 2001 - 2008.

Head back to the 1959 for the first Dodge Polara! Through 1973 it was produced by Dodge as its top-of-the-line full size car. It was a competitor to the Ford Galaxie 500 and the Chevrolet Impala.

The Dodge Six was the Standard Six - produced in 1928! It was a six-cylinder model vehicle.

The Chevrolet Volt is a plug-in hybrid car manufactured by General Motors since 2010. It is also marketed in China as the Buick Velite 5, the Holden Volt in Australia and New Zealand, as the Vauxhall Ampera in the United Kingdom and as the Opel Ampera in the remainder of Europe.

The Dodge Mirada was in production from 1980 - 1983 in Windsor, Ontario. The Mirada was 800 lb lighter and its wheelbase 2.3" shorter than the Magnum it replaced.

The Chevy Malibu has been around since 1964. It is named after coastal community of Malibu, California and though primarily marketed in North America, it was introduced around the world upon its eighth generation.

The Lancer was produced from 1955 - 1959, and again from 1960 - 1962. It was then followed by the Dart in 1963 and made a comeback from 1984 - 1989. The Dodge Spirit took over in 1989.

The Chevy Traverse is currently assembled in Delta Township, Michigan. It has been in production since 2008 and is built on the GM Lambda platform.

The Dodge Shadow was also known as the Plymouth Sundance. Produced from 1986 - 1994, they were economical 3-door and 5-door hatchbacks that made in the United States as well as Mexico.

The Chevrolet Suburban is the longest continuous use automobile nameplate in production, starting in 1935 for the 1935 U.S. model year. It has traditionally been one of General Motors' most profitable vehicles.

The 1955 Dodge Royal was driven almost out of business in 1953 and 1954. However, the Chrysler Corporation was revived with a $250 million loan from Prudential and new models were designed by Virgil Exner.

The Chevrolet Cavalier is a line of small cars produced for the model years 1982 through 2005 by Chevrolet. Built on the General Motors J platform, the Cavalier achieved its highest sales in 1984.

The 2014 model year marked the last production for the Avenger. During its run, more than 600,000 were sold.

The Dodge Wayfarer was an automobile produced by Dodge from February 1949 until 1952. It was discontinued without a replacement in the United States - though the Kingsway series remained available in export markets.

The Chevrolet Corvair was manufactured by General Motors for model years 1960 to 1969. It was the only American-designed, mass-produced passenger car to use a rear-mounted air-cooled engine.

The Stratus, Plymouth Breeze and Chrysler Cirrus were all on Car and Driver magazine's Ten Best list for 1996 and 1997.

The Dodge Dynasty was introduced in 1987 and was produced until 1993 in Illinois. It was commonly referred to by its tag line: “The epitome of performance and luxury in a four-door sports sedan."

Introduced in 1975, the Dodge Aspen was named Motor Trend's "Car of the Year" for 1976. Its curb weight was 3,200 pounds.

Introduced as recently as 2016, the Chevy Volt is a subcompact, hatchback car. It is all-electric and was developed by Chevrolet in partnership with LG Corporation.

The Intrepid and Concorde were on Car and Driver magazine's Ten Best list for 1993 and 1994. The second-generation Intrepid also made the list for 1998 and 1999. Both generations won Consumer Guide's "Best Buy" award.

Production of this two-seat sports car began at New Mack Assembly in Detroit in 1988. It later moved to Conner Avenue Assembly, also in Detroit, in October 1995. It went out of production in 2017.

The Chevrolet El Camino was introduced in 1959 in response to the success of the Ford Ranchero pickup. Its first run lasted only two years, but it made a comeback in 1964 for much longer ... until 1987!

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