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Chevy or Hyundai: 87% of People Can't Correctly Identify the Make of These Vehicles! Can You?
by Jacqueline Samaroo
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Driving fast, driving in style and driving in comfort!

Two of the largest automotive manufacturers in the world, both Hyundai and Chevrolet have proven over the years that they are able to match the needs of the people with both quality and quantity. While both companies have similar goals, they are strikingly different in terms of their vehicles, their history and their business practices. This is why these two automotive powerhouses are perfect candidates to go head-to-head in this challenging automotive quiz!

Both brands are separated by thousands of miles, with Chevrolet being based in the United States (Detroit, Michigan) and Hyundai being based out of South Korea (Seoul). This creates a real East versus West challenge in this quiz; however, these large brands have obviously produced vehicles for markets all around the world as well.  Hyundai is less that half the age of Chevrolet, with barely 50 years of history, compared to over a century worth of experience by Chevrolet. However, today Hyundai produces far more vehicles and they are the third-largest vehicle manufacturer in the world. 

Make sure you fasten your seat belt! Put the pedal to the metal and let's get started on this Chevy or Hyundai quiz!

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