Chevrolet vs. GMC: Head to Head

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Which Truck and SUV Brand Is Right for You?

If you’ve shopped for a truck, SUV, or crossover in recent years, you’ve probably checked out at least one model from Chevy or GMC. These brands both offer attainable vehicles with mainstream appeal.

Chevrolet has a vast, well-rounded stable that includes sports cars and efficient small cars, in addition to its popular trucks and SUVs. Meanwhile, trucks are the core of the GMC brand, although a few SUVs help round out the lineup. To further confuse the issue, both brands are owned by General Motors, so potential buyers are likely to find lots of similarities.

If you’re shopping for a new truck or SUV in the coming year, we can help you determine whether Chevrolet or GMC has a better lineup based on U.S. News scoring.

Are you better off buying a truck or SUV from a manufacturer that focuses on those types of vehicles, or a manufacturer with broader expertise? If both brands are owned by GM, are you likely to find many differences between them? Keep reading to find out.

(Keep in mind that the scores on our site are updated constantly as new expert reviews and data become available. Therefore, the scores mentioned in this slideshow may not match the scores in our rankings and reviews.)

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