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Honda launched Acura as its luxury brand in the late 1980s to compete with Toyota and Nissan who were doing the same thing - first in the USA and later across the world. You can find many of the same lines on sale but with an increased level of comfort and standard features.

Acura Coolant Type

Alfa Romeo was established in 1910 and quickly made a name for itself as a luxury sports car manufacturer. They have gone on to have successes in many different types of motorsport and are now owned by Fiat who continues to use it to sell luxury cars.

Alfa Romeo Coolant Type

Established in the late 1800s under a different name, Audi has always been involved in the production of automobiles. In recent years it has been used by Volkswagen (who acquired 50% of the company during the early-1960s) as its premium/luxury brand.

Audi Coolant Type

BMW started out as a manufacturer of aircraft engines but moved into automobiles during the latter part of the 1920s. They went on to become successful in the premium sedan market up until recent decades changing consumer tastes forced them to move into crossover SUVs.

BMW Coolant Type

Buick was formed just before the start of the 20th century, making it one of the oldest surviving automobile manufacturing brands in the world. It went on to form the holding company General Motors which now owns and operates Buick as a luxury brand.

Buick Coolant Type

Cadillac was formed by several ex-employees of Ford who wanted to create the ultimate luxury automobiles at the start of the 20th century. They were bought out by General Motors in 1909 and are now used as its upper-luxury brand above Buick.

Cadillac Coolant Type

Chevrolet was formed by an ex-founder of Buick who would then use his success to buy a controlling stake in General Motors and Buick. General Motors continues to own and control Chevrolet to this day and uses it as a mid-price brand with a wide range of cars on sale.

Chevrolet Coolant Type

Chrysler has had many ups and downs since its inception in the 1920s including the launch of the Plymouth and DeSoto brands. In more recent years the company has been scaled back to just producing a small range that sells well including their popular minivans.

Chrysler Coolant Type

Citroen started out as a manufacturer of battlefield weapons but after the first world war moved into the automobile space. Ever since then the company has created a name for itself through clever advertising and technical breakthroughs such as self-levelling suspension.

Citroen Coolant Type

Dacia was formed by the Romanian government during the 1960s. They started out by making Renault models on license for the local market. In 1999 they were bought out by Renault who continued on to use them as a budget brand with a lower level of standard features.

Dacia Coolant Type

Dodge was originally a parts manufacturer for Ford Motor Company but the founders decided to get into producing their own models in-house. They were eventually bought out by Chrysler in 1928 - nowadays the company is branding itself as a performance car provider.

Dodge Coolant Type

Fiat was established in 1899 and quickly grew to become a worldwide name in the motoring world for good and bad reasons. They also control brands Alfa Romeo, Lancia and Chrysler for various territories around the world and price points.

Fiat Coolant Type

Ford is an American automobile manufacturer with a range of brands including Lincoln and some that are no longer in production such as Mercury. They have also owned several other big-name brands in the past as well such as Jaguar and Land Rover.

Ford Coolant Type

General Motors was formed as a holding company to hold newly acquired automobile manufacturer Buick. It then went on to own several other big brands as well including Cadillac and Chevrolet but is also used to market a select few luxury versions of its child brands models.

GMC Coolant Type

Honda is best known for its automobiles and motorcycles but they also have a big name for themselves in the world of aircraft and other vehicle types. They launched the Acura luxury sub-brand during the 1980s and sell similar lines through it with increased levels of comfort and features.

Honda Coolant Type

Hyundai started out making Ford models on license during the 1960s but by the 1980s it had started producing its own for the American market. At first, the company was a budget alternative that was lacking in features but now they dominate the market with partner Kia.

Hyundai Coolant Type

Infiniti was launched in the 1980s as the luxury brand of Nissan alongside Toyota and Honda who were doing the same thing at the time. Nissan originally intended on using the brand for the North American market but over the years introduced it to other areas worldwide.

Infiniti Coolant Type

Jaguar was first formed in the early-1900s as a luxury car manufacturer before being snapped up by British Motor Corporation. It then changed hands to become owned by Ford in the 1990s and then finally by Tata Motors in the late 2000s.

Jaguar Coolant Type

Jeep has become a household word and is associated with small offroad-capable cars that have a heritage in military use. Nowadays the company sells a range of 4X4 and popular onroad models that give domestic buyers the chance to have a tough car capable of all terrains.

Jeep Coolant Type

Kia was formed during the 1940s and initially produced steel tubing for pushbikes before evolving into an automobile manufacturer in the early-1980s. The company struggled until it was bought out by Hyundai in the mid-1990s and used alongside itself.

Kia Coolant Type

Land Rover was created by automaker Rover as a single modelĀ (which later become known as the Defender) but was then used as a brand to launch many new models including the Freelander and Discovery. It also sells the luxurious Range Rover models worldwide too.

Land Rover Coolant Type

Lexus was formed during the 1980s as a luxury wing of Toyota to compete with Honda and Nissan who were doing the same thing in the USA. Lexus was used for upmarket versions of the Camry and other lines to offer improved standard features and a more comfortable interior.

Lexus Coolant Type

Lincoln was formed in the early parts of the 20th century and once they had made themselves a household name in luxury cars Ford bought them out in 1922. It ran alongside Mercury for many years until that brand was closed down in 2010.

Lincoln Coolant Type

Mazda started out producing small vehicles such as rickshaws until they produced their first automobile in the 1960s. They embraced the Wankel engine, a small but sporty powerplant that many other automakers never took seriously, giving themselves a sporty image.

Mazda Coolant Type

The founders of Mercedes Benz are credited with selling the first commercial combustion engine-driven automobile in the latter part of the 1800s. Ever since then the company has had many technological innovations and are at the forefront of premium motoring.

Mercedes Benz Coolant Type

Mercury was operated as a mid-priced brand of Ford that was run alongside the luxury brand Lincoln. Although popular in the second half of the 1900s the brand was discontinued in 2011 during a huge shakeup of the American automobile industry.

Mercury Coolant Type

Mini was originally a groundbreaking small car company that shook up the motoring world and became an icon of 1960s life. Due to the lack of evolution to the flagship model, it struggled in a changing market and was eventually bought out by BMW in the late 1990s.

Mini Coolant Type

Mitsubishi Motors is a Japanese automaker that works closely with Nissan and Renault which owns a large stake in it. Historically the company has been known to produce a wide range of automobile lines and even export technologies to other companies like Hyundai.

Mitsubishi Coolant Type

Nissan is a Japanese automaker that started life out as Datsun. The company works closely with Renault, Samsung and Mitsubishi to remain competitive in the harsh motoring industry that is dominated by huge players like General Motors and Ford.

Nissan Coolant Type

German Opel and its British wing Vauxhall have been used by General Motors to sell automobiles using shared technology across Europe for around half a century. The brands are known for affordable models that stretch across many different classes.

Opel/Vauxhall Coolant Type

Peugeot was formed in the early 1800s as a manufacturer of small metal products. They went into bicycle production and then went on to motorcycles before finally producing their first automobile in 1890. Nowadays the company is a mid-priced automobile brand of Stellantis.

Peugeot Coolant Type

Pontiac was run from 1931 as the performance wing of General Motors sporting many famous lines such as the Trans Am which saw huge publicity thanks to TV and films. In 2010 the brand was shut down after moving into a more generic brand image diluting what made it special.

Pontiac Coolant Type

Porsche started out as a consultant to other automobile manufacturers including Volkswagen when producing the Beetle. Over the years it gained a name for itself producing sports cars and in more recent decades for its performance-focused SUVs.

Porsche Coolant Type

Renault works closely with Nissan, sharing many of the same platforms and technologies. The French automaker has been in existence since the 19th century and has gone on to acquire competitors such as Dacia and Alpine to market their models to new demographics.

Renault Coolant Type

Saab was a popular Swedish manufacturer of automobiles known for their reliability and cutting-edge safety features. The company was launched during the 1930s but didn't produce its first automobile until the 1940s after seeing successes in the aerospace world.

Saab Coolant Type

SEAT was formed by the Spanish government as an automobile manufacturer to create jobs and affordable vehicles for its citizens. The company produced many models under license from Volkswagen until the German company bought it out during the 1990s.

SEAT Coolant Type

Skoda was formed by the communist government of the Czech Republic during the 1940s. It was gradually privatised until it was fully acquired by Volkswagen in the 1990s. VW then went on to use it as an affordable brand for its own platforms.

Skoda Coolant Type

smart was the brainchild of the CEO of swatch (a manufacturer of wristwatches) who envisioned the use of in-house manufacturing techniques used in automobile production. Mercedes Benz went on to bankroll the project and so smart was born.

smart Coolant Type

Subaru is known locally in Japan for its Kei cars but outside of the Asian country, it is better known for its motorsports-inspired models. Many people know Subarus for its boxer engine, four-wheel drive setup with a low and safer center of gravity.

Subaru Coolant Type

Suzuki was originally a manufacturer of weaving looms back in the early 1900s when it was first formed. The company didn't produce its first commercially successful automobile until the 1950s when forced to do so by changes in the silk industry destroying demand.

Suzuki Coolant Type

When Toyota first launched around the time of the first world war the company was focused purely on the production of weaving looms. By 1933 the company had designed its first automobile under the watch of the founder's son Kiichiro Toyoda.

Toyota Coolant Type

Volkswagen has many brands that it uses to market its world-leading automobiles across the world. You can find premium offerings under its Audi brand all the way through to supercars sold under Lamborghini and budget versions through Skoda.

Volkswagen Coolant Type

Parent company Volvo focuses mostly on its trucks and bus manufacturing - they span the cars production wing of the company to Ford in the late 1990s. It has continued to be used in the same way, emphasizing safety and reliability, ideal for family cars.

Volvo Coolant Type