"Louis Chevrolet and William Durant co-founded Chevrolet in the early part of the 20th century. The Classic six was its first car released in 1912. In 1917, Chevrolet was bought by GM. Some of the most celebrated classic cars are Chevrolet: Camaros, corvettes, chevelles, Corvairs and Monte Carlos to name a few. It has had a broad range of cars, ranging in price, speed and size. Lately, Chevrolet has been saturating the tv airwaves with commercials for their trucks reminding all NFL fans and viewers that they are the epitome “all-american” car and truck company. Car fleets and young drivers find the Chevrolet’s small cars very popular. The latest addition is the Aveo, taking over the bland Metro and Prism. The roomy Cobalt has recently replaced the long-lasting Cavalier. The Aveo and the Cobalt not only fit into city parking but hey also allow enough space for four. The Malibu, Impala and Monte Carlo have been revamped by Chevrolet as fun-to-drive mid-size sedans. They belonged in the classic muscle category, but Chevrolet has brought them back into the mid-size arena. Although not as powerful as back-in-the –day, these cars still have plenty of loyal followers. Specially, the Impala, which has returned triumphant at the turn of the century. Even though the classic muscle cars have been somewhat phased out, the Corvette continues among the most popular and celebrated cars in history. The two-seater and four round taillights (at least on recent models) has a strong fan base all over the world and continues to turn heads. The Camaro, considered by many as the Corvette’s little brother, was phased out in 2002 to the sadness of many. However, it is reportedly scheduled to return to streets, racing strip and showrooms in 2009. Moving from the classics to today’s popular vehicles: The SUV’s. From the Blazer, to the luxurious Tahoe the mammoth Suburban, Chevrolet offers a full fleet. The Tahoe and the Suburban are built to probably outlive the roads on which they drive, just like the blazer has as many of its older models can still be seen out there on roads. A few crossovers have also debuted with Chevrolet. The popular SSR for a few years and the Avalanche which continues to gain popularity as it provides a combination of truck and SUV ruggedness and convenience. The C/K was replaced in 1989 by the Silverado and has been competing with Ford’s F-150 since. The lasting truck has fewer trims than Ford’s but not fewer options. Finally, there are vans and minivan options to round out its fleet. These include the phased out Astro, Uplander and Express. We have barely scratched the surface with what Chevrolet has offered through the years. Still with a sound base of loyal followers, we have the Bel Air, Classic or Celebrity. "