GMC, or General Motors Truck Company, is a division of the General Motors (GM) that primarily focuses on manufacturing trucks and utility vehicles. It was founded by William C. Durant on July 22, 1911, and is now headquartered in Detroit, Michigan.
General Motors’ automotive car divisions include Chevrolet, Buick, GMC, and Cadillac. Chevrolet produces cars for the non-luxury market. Buick focuses its production on the mid-market. Cadillac aims for the luxury market. Most manufactured GMC vehicles sit in between Chevy and Buick in terms of the market price.
Since 1920, GMC and Chevrolet trucks have been largely similar – built with the same platform and body sheet work. The differences between the cars of the two American automakers are nameplates, grilles, and exterior and interior designs.
As of 2020, the GMC lineup consists of the GMC Terrain, Acadia, Yukon, Canyon, Sierra, and Savana. The market for GMC in the Philippines is currently on the low. In fact, the Savana is the only available GMC vehicle listed in our For Sale page.