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Renegade Steer Clear: Chevy Revives Cavalier Nameplate
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Americans of the 1980s were forced to contend with GM's J
cars. While Cadillac's Cimarron slouches most memorably due to its tarring and feathering of the venerable wreath and crest, and Oldsmobile's Firenza is perhaps the most-often forgotten ...
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The General Motors J platform, or J-body, is an automobile platform that was used by General Motors from 1981 to 2005. Marking the transition to front-wheel drive in ...
Delta was General Motors' compact front-wheel drive automobile and crossover SUV platform, a successor to the GM T platform; it also replaced GM J platform and the Z ...
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The General Motors J platform, or J-body, is an automobile platform that was used by General Motors from 1981 to 2005. Marking the transition to front-wheel drive in the compact-car segment in North America, the J platform was the successor to the H platform, making it the third generation of compact cars designed by the company. Outside North America, the J platform was adopted by GM-controlled subsidiaries making the same transition to front-wheel drive, though as a mid-size car.By 1990, General Motors began to change its usage of the J platform. To clear room for the 1990 Saturn S-Series, Buick and Oldsmobile ended their use of the J platform (and their presence in the compact segment). Outside of North America, the J platform was phased out in favor of the GM2900 platform (cars based upon the Opel Vectra). The best-selling variants of the J-platform (the Chevrolet Cavalier and its various Pontiac equivalents) would remain in production into the early 2000s, following several redesigns.Replaced by the GM Delta platform, the J-platform vehicle would end production in June 2005; the final vehicle produced was a Pontiac Sunfire.