1986 Chevrolet Medium Duty Trucks Manufacturer Promo
The 1980s and 1990s were a tumultuous time for medium-duty OEMs and the era witnessed dramatic consolidation. In 1986, GM sold its large truck business to Volvo Trucks. Later, GM sold its P-chassis business, primarily used for stepvan applications, to Spartan. GM’s medium-duty product line also consisted of rebadged Isuzu NPR product, which were sold in the medium-duty market as the Chevrolet and GMC W-Series. Ultimately, this product sharing agreement ended.