Chevy or Honda: 87% of People Can't Correctly Identify the Make of These Vehicles. Can You?

By: Kennita Leon
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Sometimes it's hard to tell which automaker made what vehicle, but there are always telltale signs. Are you enough of an auto fan to differentiate the American Chevy from the Japanese Honda?

The Honda S500 was released in 1963 and was the second car ever to be produced by Honda; at its introduction, the car's engine was larger than car regulations. The Honda S500 weighed 1500 lbs and went as fast as 80mph.

This is the only Honda that has a V8 engine; its production lasted from 1993-1998. Honda replaced its Crossroads with its CRVs when their partnership with Land Rover ended.

This full-sized van from General Motors was first produced in 1995 and replaced the GMC Vandura and Chevrolet Van. The Chevrolet Express was modified in 2003 and 2004 with updated front-end sheet metal and LS engine, along with stability control.

Coming from the C/K family of Chevrolet, the K5 Blazer was the smallest SUV introduced in 1969. This SUV was available in four- wheel drive or rear-wheel drive.

This mid-sized vehicle went into production in 1999 and was produced by General Motors. The Trailblazer's unique element included the availability of a three-row, seven-passenger version.

Honda produced this subcompact car in 2005, and it was sold in two trim lines: the G model and the L model, which both came with panoramic sunroofs made of glass.

Introduced in 1990, this luxury sedan by Honda was developed during the Japanese "bubble economy." After five years, this vehicle was updated to the second-generation model, and in 1999, they were replaced by a third generation.

This subcompact car was produced in 1981 and was made initially for Japanese and European markets. The Honda City was eventually retired in 1994 and revived in 1996.

This model sports car was first introduced in 1953 by Chevrolet, but its rear suspension came along in 1963. The Chevrolet Corvette C1 features two doors and an FR layout.

This transverse mid-engine, rear wheel drive two-door roadster was first introduced in 1991 by Honda. It featured five-speed manual and weighed 1675 lbs, production of the Honda Beat lasted till 1996.

This Tracker was also known as the Geo Tracker and was first produced in 1988 by General Motors. This vehicle came in the classes of mini SUV and compact SUV with either 4-door or 2-door SUV and a 2-door convertible.

Manufactured by General Motors and introduced in September 2001, the Chevrolet Avalanche features a 4-door body style with the capacity to carry 5 -6 passengers.

This 4-door compact sedan was manufactured by Honda and introduced in 1989 and was produced until 1997. The Ascot received its name because of the Ascot Racecourse; it was given to this model car to give it a sense of class.

First introduced by Honda in 1966 this sports car features either 2-door roadster r a 2- door coupe. The Honda S800 features a 4-speed manual all synchromesh, and in April 1967 it was said to be the fastest production 1-liter car in the world.

The Chevrolet Bel Air, which was produced in the 1950s onward, looked much like a convertible with the major difference being its fixed roof. For the first generation, Bel Airs had 3.5L I6 & 3.9L I6 engines and an interior design of chrome.

The Chevrolet Cobalt replaced the 1982 Chevrolet Cavalier and was produced as a coupe and sedan. It was a simple, compact four-cylinder car with a particularly impressive SS model.

The Honda FR-V is a compact multipurpose vehicle that was produced from 2004 to 2009 by Honda. This compact has 32 different seating arrangements and features major cabin and load space.

Created by the youngest designer at GM at the time named Pete Rock, this sports car is a 2-door convertible. A model of the Stingray starred as Sideswipe in Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen.

Manufactured by Honda, this full-sized car was first produced in 1985 and has a body style of either a 4-door sedan or a 2-door coupe. The Honda Legend still serves a Honda's flagship vehicle.

This is a two-seat, mid-engine vehicle that was introduced in 1990 by Honda. This sports car was designed to exceed the performance of the V8 engine Ferrari vehicles and would be offered at a lower price.

This mid-sized vehicle was produced by Chevrolet in the 1970's; the SS stands for Super Sport.

Produced from 1978 until 2001, this sports coupe was manufactured by Honda. The conclusion of the Honda Prelude came in 2001, and Honda introduced the Honda Integra DC5 that same year.

This super sports roadster was manufactured by Chevrolet and introduced in 2003; it included a retractable hardtop. The production of this pickup truck ended in 2006.

The Honda Passport was Honda's first attempt at breaking into the SUV market during the 1990s. This compact SUV was introduced in 1993 and lasted till 2002.

Inspired by the shortfin mako shark, this streamlined vehicle featured a pointed snout and was introduced in 1963 by Chevrolet. This sports car features two doors, and its detailing is sleek.

This sports utility truck was manufactured by Honda and was introduced in 2005. The Honda Ridgeline is a mid-size truck which features four doors, four-wheel independent suspension, and a flat truck bed.

The 2002 release of the Chevrolet Aveo was beneficial to many, as it was a small but budget-friendly vehicle. Though it was debuted worldwide under several brands, it was a dull vehicle, and it was eventually discontinued and replaced by the Sonic.

The Chevrolet Silverado is a 1998 heavy-duty pickup. This legendary vehicle is well-recognized and has been named most dependable large heavy-duty pickup three years in a row by research company, J.D. Power.

This is Honda's alternative fuel vehicle that operates only on hydrogen fuel and was introduced in 2008; in 2017, the vehicle line included battery electric and plug-in hybrid electric Honda Clarity.

Produced in 1971 by Honda these city cars are rarely promoted outside Japan's markets. The original version of the Honda Life came as a two-door or four-door hatchback option.

Manufactured by Honda in 1999, this 2-door sports car was launched to celebrate Honda's 50th anniversary. This vehicle got its name from its engine displacement of two liters.

Produced in 1960 until 2000, the Chevrolet C/K was Chevrolet's full-sized pickup truck that was available in 2, 3 and 4-door options.

First introduced in 1957, the Malibu was manufactured by Chevrolet and features an FR layout, traverse front engine and front wheel drive.

Manufactured by Chevrolet, this muscle car was first introduced in 1966 and offered major competition to the Ford Mustang. The Camaro's design and elements were similar to the Pontiac Firebird.

Introduced in 2010 by Honda, the Fit is a sport compact hybrid electric vehicle. Distinguishing elements include 2+2 seating and six-speed manual transmission.

This vehicle is a high-roofed, retro style compact vehicle introduced by General Motors in 2005. It also features a five-passenger, front wheel drive station wagon and is designed in a retro style.

Produced in 2002 by Honda, the Honda Pilot is a mid-sized crossover SUV with five-door, front engine, front-wheel drive and a 3.5-liter V6 engine.

This subcompact car is a hybrid electric vehicle manufactured by Honda and was first introduced in 1999. The layout of this automobile includes a front engine, front wheel drive, and a three-door hatchback body.

This plug-in hybrid compact car has been manufactured by General Motors since 2011 and features a five-door hatchback, transverse front engines and front wheel drive.

Produced in 1994 by Honda, the Odyssey features an FF layout. This full-sized minivan has a 4-cylinder engine, four-speed automatic transmission and wishbone suspension.

Honda introduced this compact crossover in 2002; it offered front wheel or all-wheel drive. This compact crossover has four seat arrangements and the ability to carry large amounts of load.

This was the only American designed vehicle to utilize a rear mounted the air-cooled engine and was mass produced. It introduced in 1959 by Chevrolet, the Chevrolet Corvair was a compact car whose production ended in 1969.

This model car by Honda was introduced in 1976 and is still in production; variations of the Honda Accord class include the compact car, mid-sized car and full-sized car.

Introduced in 2008 by General Motors, the Chevrolet Traverse comes in a full-size crossover SUV class or mid-size crossover SUV, with a 4-door body style.

This compact crossover SUV was introduced in 1995 by Honda and features five doors with a front engine, front -wheel drive and all-wheel drive.

This prototype vehicle was introduced in 1962 by Chevrolet and was an experimental sports car with two doors, an RMR layout, and 2.3 L TurboAir H6 102 hp.

Produced in 1981 by Chevrolet, this mid-sized car came in a 2-door coupe, 4-door sedan or a 4-door station wagon. The Chevrolet Celebrity holds the distinction of being the best-selling car in America in 1986.

The small compact Cavalier replaced the Monza and was first introduced in 1981 by General Motors; its highest sales came in 1984.

These small compact cars also came mid-sized and went into production in 1972 by Honda. They are still being produced presently. This vehicle is an in-between of the Honda Fit and the Honda Accord.

Honda introduced their Honda Fit in 2001, a subcompact car with five-door hatchback, front engine and four-wheel drive.

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