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Car Brands Quiz #2

For each selected car model, name the brand it is (or was) sold under.
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Some brands used more than once
Last updated: April 19, 2013
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Model
Brand
Model-T
Ford
Prius
Toyota
Jetta
Volkswagen
A8
Audi
Charger
Dodge
Volt
Chevrolet
Testarossa
Ferrari
Model
Brand
Wrangler
Jeep
Integra
Acura
Explorer
Ford
Cube
Nissan
Civic
Honda
PT Cruiser
Chrysler
Firebird
Pontiac
Model
Brand
Optima
Kia
3 Series
BMW
Clio
Renault
Fortwo
Smart
Diablo
Lamborghini
Camaro
Chevrolet
de Ville
Cadillac
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level 20
Jun 5, 2013
Just recently, the "Holden Volt" came out. I think. Well it's a electric car... if that counts.
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level 44
Jun 5, 2013
So is the Chevrolet. It's the same car, but Chevy is the American brand for GM. Holden is the GM brand of Australia. In the UK it's Vauxhall, in the rest of Europe is Opel, I think. I'm sure there are others.
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level 75
Jun 6, 2013
GM has many different brands that it sells in the USA, including GM or GMC.
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level 43
Jun 7, 2013
In britain it is the Vauxhall Ampera
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level 27
Jun 5, 2013
100% with 3:16 left. This quiz is too easy. Lol
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level 52
Mar 2, 2019
For a car expert, perhaps.
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level 25
Jun 5, 2013
There are no Acura's here in the UK, they are all Honda, and yes, Honda Integra is valid.
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level 75
Jun 6, 2013
In the 1980s Japanese car makers made big inroads into the American auto market by selling cars that were cheap, small, economy cars. These cars sold so well that soon all Japanese cars in America had the reputation for being this way. In order to get away from this image of selling cheap economical POS cars, when they started bringing slightly higher-end models to the US they did so under different brand names. Honda created Acura. Toyota created Lexus. Nissan created Infiniti. and so on.
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level 43
Jul 27, 2013
You are correct. Also Mazda was ready to jump on the luxury bandwagon....when they intended to launch the "Amati" (i believe it was going to be called) brand. The first model developed for the brand was the milennia. Of couree due to ensuing financial difficulties...plans for mazda's own luxury marque were killed. However Mazda still had this new upscale model of vehicle on their hands and decided to "cut their losses" and to position this new model and sell it as their flagship model....the Mazda Milennia.
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level 71
Jul 16, 2014
All true, but the Acura brand name was restricted to North America. In the rest of the world they were sold as Hondas. Also in Australia in the 70s, Chrysler sold a Charger under the brand name Valiant. Was a 2 door "muscle" car competing against the Holden Monaro and Ford Falcon/Cobra
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level 44
Aug 2, 2014
It was the 70s when the Japanese automakers invaded America with their tiny, affordable, fuel-efficient cars like the Honda Civic and Toyota Tercel. And the only POS's among them were the all unreliable, brokedown Ford Pintos and Escorts and Chevy Chevettes and Citations that the Japanese models had supplanted.
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level 75
Mar 14, 2018
eh.. while it's true that American cars in the late 70s and early 80s were notoriously bad and Hondas, etc gained a reputation for being very reliable by comparison and this was among their selling points, I have a hard time looking at a first or second generation Honda Civic and calling it something other than a POS. It might have had a reliable engine but it was tiny and uncomfortable, the interior was made of cheap plastic, door handles would crack and break off in your hand, they were ugly as hell... there were issues other than engine reliability. The Japanese weren't running away from nothing when they created these other brands.
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level 68
May 19, 2017
Fourthed. If the Quiz is intended to be North American brands only, it should say so in the description or preferably the title. If not, then Honda needs to be accepted as correct.
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level 52
Jun 5, 2013
This probably needs to be unAmericanised. Honda should be accepted for anything Acura and Holden/Vauxhall for Chevrolet (or GM brands that are exported).
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level 50
Jun 5, 2013
and Ford for Aston Martin :-)
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level 56
Oct 17, 2015
Honda should be accepted for Acura and Holden for Volt but not Vauxhall (was sold as Vauxhall Ampera)
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level 79
Feb 4, 2016
Should add Plymouth for the PT Cruiser as that was the brand that put the vehicle out for the first few years until they did away with Plymouth and had to rebrand it as a Chrysler
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level 68
Dec 12, 2018
The P in PT stands for Plymouth too.
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level 33
Mar 17, 2016
great quiz
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level 28
Jun 21, 2018
I have seen a Honda Integra before. Can someone explain why it isn't accepted?
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level 64
Jul 12, 2018
You need to accept Holden Volt, Chrysler Charger and Honda Integra, because they are / were sold under those names too
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level 75
Oct 9, 2018
How is Mazda not a valid answer for "3 series"? I used to drive a Mazda 3.
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level 48
Apr 20, 2019
Does only me wanted to write Internet Explorer?
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