Where are gmc trucks produced?

Answer GMC trucks are made by the General Motors Co. No truck is made entirely at a single plant, but rather the bodies, the engine and the wheels are all made in different plants across the United States... Read More »

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Where are GMC trucks manufactured?

GMC trucks are assembled in many places in the United States, Canada and Mexico. Assembly plants include Fort Wayne, Indiana; Arlington, Texas; Flint, Michigan; Shreveport, Louisiana; Lansing, Mich... Read More »

Where are GM trucks made?

In the the United States, General Motors produces trucks at plants in Arlington, Texas; Flint, Mich.; Fort Wayne, Ind.; Lansing, Mich.; Shreveport, La.; Spring Hill, Fla.; and Wentzville, Mo. In Ca... Read More »

Where are Ford trucks manufactured?

According to Ford, its full sized Ford F-150 pick up trucks are built at factories in Dearborn, Michigan and Claycomo, Missouri. The company's compact pick up truck is built at several locations ar... Read More »

Where are Nissan trucks made?

Nissan Motor Company has sixteen manufacturing sites in Japan. The company was founded in Yokohama City, Japan. Nissan trucks are produced in Japan, the Middle East, Australia, Europe, Africa and ... Read More »