There’s a reason why musicians of all creeds, but especially country music artists, sing songs about Chevy pickup trucks: They’re relatable and we can usually share a story or two about them. Even though it isn’t strictly sold in the United States, Americans from all over the country have rallied behind Chevrolet pickup trucks for their durableness, reliability, and the idea that they take us to the destinations where we create some of our most fond memories.
Chevy Colorado History, Accolades and Cylinder Head Replacement Options
The Chevy Colorado first arrived in 2004 when it replaced the S-10 as the manufacturers mid-sized pickup truck. GMC produces a nearly identical truck called the Canyon, which replaced the also similar S-15 / Sonoma. Isuzu also produced the I-series, which was designed in cooperation with General Motors, but failed to sell strongly across North America.
Pontiac Grand Prix History, Success and Cylinder Head Replacement
The Pontiac Grand Prix has been enjoyed by millions of consumers since its introduction to the automobile world in 1962. Originally introduced as a personal luxury car, the Grand Prix has gone through numerous phases, styles, options and classifications. Through the years Pontiac has offered the Grand Prix as a convertible, coupe and sedan with various engine, transmission, interior and exterior option packages.