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Chevy is a brand that has been in business for over 100 years, and over that time, it has grown to become one of the best-selling in the world. In 2017, Chevy was recognized by JD Power as the most awarded brand of that year, with nine of those awards given for Vehicle Dependability. When you buy a Chevy, you know you’re getting a vehicle built to last. Over the many years of its production of automobiles, Chevy has sold some of the best-selling vehicles of all time. The Impala held the record for the best-selling nameplate with over one million sold in a single year, all the way back in 1965. Prior to that, Chevy managed to outsell Ford for decades, with its winning vehicles going back to the 1930s.
The standards that built the foundation of Chevrolet as a brand are still holding strong today. Every Chevy is produced with a focus on safety, reliability, and innovation to supply buyers with vehicles they can count on every day. Driving a Chevy is a point of pride, whether you drive a Silverado whose roots go back to the long-running C/K series, or you drive a Chevy Bolt that’s taking the brand into its new electric future. Chevy vehicles continue to be best sellers decade after decade, and the awards keep coming for the brand that is almost as American as apple pie.
As a corporate sibling to Chevy, Buick is another division of GM that also has deep roots in automotive history. Ever since Buick was incorporated in 1903, the brand has been producing high-quality vehicles. In fact, by 1908, Buick was outselling Ford and Cadillac to take the number one sales spot in America. By 1923, Buick had produced one million vehicles despite being in business for less than 20 years. Over the decades, Buick has produced noteworthy contributions to automotive history with vehicles like the Skylark, Invicta, and even high-performance cars like the Gran Sport. In 1976, a Buick Century was the pace car for the Indy 500!
Grand beginnings have resulted in a brand that continues to produce remarkable vehicles, now focused entirely on luxury. JD Power has recognized Buick recently as the #1 in “Sales Satisfaction Among Mass Market Brands” in 2019, 2017, and 2016. In two of those same years, JD Power gave Buick the #1 in “Customer Satisfaction with Dealer Service Among Mass Market Brands.” These are high honors to achieve for a brand, and it makes a big statement about the kind of vehicle you drive when you own a Buick. Anyone who drives a Buick knows the quality of the vehicle they drive, and it isn’t just the brand itself that keeps winning awards.
While we’re on the subject of awards, we thought you might enjoy considering a few vehicles built by Chevy and Buick that have won awards from a number of well-known sources. Shopping for a new vehicle may take on a whole new outlook when you realize how many vehicles from both brands have been recognized for their quality, reliability, and safety, to name a few of their outstanding attributes.
One of Chevy’s top-selling SUVs is the Equinox, a great family car loved by parents for its many safety features that have both small children and teen drivers in mind. While on the subject of Chevy SUVs, the Suburban and Tahoe are also popular in the Chevy lineup, both of which serve well as larger family vehicles with three rows of seats. In 2021, the Suburban won the US News & World Report award for “Best Large SUV,” and in that same year, the Tahoe won “Best Family Car” from Kelley Blue Book. Both of these SUVs have been segment leaders in sales for more than 40 years, so much so that in 2016 they were responsible for more than half of the large SUVs customers purchased.
Speaking of large vehicles, the Silverado has been responsible for the lion’s share of sales that took GM over the top of Ford’s best-selling status for full-size trucks, and in 2020 the Silverado HD won the “Best Resale Value, Top 10” award from Kelley Blue Book. Even though Americans do love their big vehicles, we also love our sports cars. The Corvette has a storied history in American culture, and it has endured as a nameplate since 1967. In both 2020 and 2021, Car and Driver awarded the Corvette with its “Ten Best” recognition.
We would be remiss if we forgot to mention one of the newest nameplates for the brand, with the Bolt EV winning “Best Resale Value” from Kelley Blue Book in 2018. Chevy is the brand that keeps on giving, decade after decade, and between the Volt and the Bolt, both EVs helped Chevy rise to leadership status in delivering affordable long-range EVs in 2017. On the other hand, Buick has recently been recognized for its excellence with the SUVs it is now offering, with each SUV currently in production having received its own honors and recognition.
The Encore, Buick’s compact SUV, was rated #1 on JD Power’s “Top Ten Consumer Rated SUVs” for 2021, and in 2018 the Encore won the “5-Year Cost to Own” award from Kelley Blue Book. Buick’s largest SUV, the Enclave, has held the #5 slot on the JD Power “Top Ten Consumer Rated SUVs” for both 2020 and 2021. These are by no means the entirety of the awards all of these vehicles have earned. However, even this small array of awards should be enough to show you how good Chevy and Buick vehicles are.