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Acura is a luxury sub-brand spawned from Japanese automaker Honda during the 1980s. They produce many high-end models using the standard Honda lines primarily for the US market with an improved level of standard features and a luxury finish.

Acura Oil Type

Alfa Romeo is an Italian automaker known for not just being sporty but also being luxurious. The range of models they offer is hugely diverse - from a budget supermini called the MiTo through to the high-performance 8C super car.

Alfa Romeo Oil Type

Audi has a long history in the automotive world and was formed from the merger of four different automakers during the early 20th century, as represented in their logo. Nowadays they are a luxury brand owned by Volkswagen with a diverse range of models.

Audi Oil Type

Originally BMW manufactured aircraft engines when it was formed in the early part of the 20th century. It later moved into automobiles and motorcycles and shifted its focus away from aircraft engines after world war 2. Now they produce a range of luxury sedans and SUVs.

BMW Oil Type

Buick is known for its luxury automobiles and was one of the original automakers having been launched in 1899. It went on to establish General Motors which now owns the brand and operates it as its upper-mid price-point brand above Chevrolet and below Cadillac.

Buick Oil Type

Cadillac was formed in 1902 by several ex-business partners of Henry Ford with the aim of producing luxury automobiles. By 1909 the company had been bought up by General Motors who went on to run it as their high-end brand slightly above its sibling Buick.

Cadillac Oil Type

Engineer and race car driver Louis Chevrolet formed the Chevrolet Motor Company in 1911. By 1918 the company had merged with General Motors and the Chevrolet brand was then used to mass-produce affordable models to compete with motoring behemoth Ford.

Chevrolet Oil Type

The Chrysler brand first appeared in 1925 when the Maxwell Motor Company was restructured. Over the years since the company has seen successes in Europe as well as its home territory of America but has now shrunk its range of models to just a select few.

Chrysler Oil Type

Citroen launched in 1919 and went on to have many "firsts" in the industry - including the first mass-produced front-wheel-drive car as well as the first unibody model. During the mid-part of the 1970s Citroen signed a deal to work closely with Peugeot and share technology.

Citroen Oil Type

Dacia was formed by the Romanian government to produce affordable automobiles and create jobs for its citizens. For many years they produced Renault models on license until they were taken over by the French automaker during the 1990s and are now used as a low-priced brand.

Dacia Oil Type

The Dodge brothers took the knowledge they gained during their time in motorsports and created the Dodge Brothers Company in the early part of the 1900s. After several family deaths, the company ended up in the hands of Chrysler and is now used as a performance-centric brand.

Dodge Oil Type

The original Fiat brand was formed way back in 1899 and manufactured only a handful of high-priced automobiles each year in Italy. Over the years since they have scooped up competitors such as Alfa Romeo and Dacia and now work closely with Stellantis companies such as Jeep.

Fiat Oil Type

Ford is most probably the best-known name in motoring and an important face in the world of mass production. The company managed to reduce the price of the automobile during the early part of the 1900s and even to this day have a diverse range of models and brands.

Ford Oil Type

General Motors was formed as a holding company for several other brands that investor William C. Durant had acquired during the early 20th century. Nowadays it is still used for these brands (Buick, Chevrolet and Cadillac) and also several luxury models of their own.

GMC Oil Type

Starting out producing weaving looms, Honda quickly gained a name for themselves due to their ingenious innovations in their products. They went on to produce engines, motorcycles and automobiles - now they are known for their smaller SUVs and hatchbacks worldwide.

Honda Oil Type

Hyundai Motor Group is the automobile-focused wing of the huge Hyundai Group which operates in many different industrial areas. They started out by creating Mitsubishi models under license and then went on to launch their own lines, also acquiring Kia during the 1990s.

Hyundai Oil Type

During the 1980s the big Japanese motoring manufacturers were creating separate luxury brands primarily for the North American market. Infiniti was Nissan's offering, marketing models similar to their normal brand but with improved features and finish.

Infiniti Oil Type

Jaguar is perhaps one of the best-known luxury brands across the world and has been producing class-beating lines since the early part of the 1900s. It is owned by Indian steel company Tata and works closely with Land Rover, another brand belonging to Tata.

Jaguar Oil Type

Jeep started out as a model created by American firm Willys. It was then spun off into its own brand and is now used to market a range of SUVs and pickup trucks. It has been owned by American Motors Corporation and Chrysler but is now operated by Stellantis.

Jeep Oil Type

Kia started out producing parts for bicycles and then motorbikes before finally producing their own range of two-wheeled vehicles on license from Honda. They then went into producing their own automobiles during the 1980s until they were taken over by Hyundai in the 1990s.

Kia Oil Type

Land Rover started out as a single model produced by British automaker Rover - which then became the Defender. Nowadays the brand is run by Tata Motors alongside Jaguar and markets its models through the luxurious Range Rover brand also.

Land Rover Oil Type

Lexus is the luxury brand created by Toyota during the later part of the 1980s to market high-end vehicles to the American automobile market. They have pushed out these Lexus models worldwide ever since and have become synonymous with luxury motoring.

Lexus Oil Type

Lincoln was founded in 1917 and only 5 years later it was acquired by Henry Ford to be used as his luxury brand. The brand was known for its sedans that proved popular during the 1900s but in recent decades the company has shifted to SUVs as per the global trend.

Lincoln Oil Type

Mazda started out producing small vehicles like rickshaws for the local Japanese market in the 1920s and it wasn't until the 1960s that they would produce their first automobile. The company embraced the Wankel engine to give itself a stand-out feature from the rest of the market.

Mazda Oil Type

Mercedes-Benz was established in 1926 as a luxury car brand by a company that is seen as the original creator of the internal combustion engine in a self-propelled automobile. Over the years the company has established itself in the sedan market and now pushes its range of SUVs.

Mercedes Benz Oil Type

Mercury was formed by Henry Ford's son Edsel in 1938 to act as a mid-priced brand that was operated alongside Lincoln. With sales dropping during the 2000s due to weaker demand, Ford discontinued the brand in 2011 to focus its efforts elsewhere.

Mercury Oil Type

Mini was a huge part of the swinging 1960s scene but failed to progress as the decades went on. In the late 1990s, it was picked up by German automaker BMW who went on to revive it for a range of luxury compact cars in the hatchback and crossover SUV market.

Mini Oil Type

Mitsubishi Motors is part of the industrial conglomerate Mitsubishi which was initially formed in 1870. This segment of the company focuses on automobiles and has had several popular lines such as the Galant which was licensed to other automakers such as Hyundai.

Mitsubishi Oil Type

Going back to the 1910s you can find the origins of the Nissan brand that went by the name Kwaishinsha (Kaishinsha) Motor Car Works at the time. Over the years since the company has expanded its range of lines and now works closely with French automaker Renault.

Nissan Oil Type

Opel and Vauxhall are brands ran by GMC in order to serve the UK and European territories with models tailor-made for those regions. Much of the technologies and platforms used in them are shared among its brands in the USA too.

Opel/Vauxhall Oil Type

Peugeot is a brand that is over 200 years old and originally started out with a steel foundry producing everyday objects. Entering into the world of bicycles in 1880 this gave the company the experience needed to tackle the automobile market in 1889.

Peugeot Oil Type

Pontiac started out in 1907 as the Oakland Motor Car Company and was quickly snapped up by General Motors by 1909. The brand has been used ever since as a performance-focused one until a restructuring by the parent company in 2010 saw it cease to exist.

Pontiac Oil Type

Porsche was originally started by Ferdinand Porsche in 1931 in Germany to provide automobile development services to other companies. Their first assignment was to work on the original Volkswagen which became known as the Beetle, one of the best-selling cars ever.

Porsche Oil Type

The Renault brothers formed their automobile manufacturer at the end of the 19th century after gaining experience at their father's textile factory. Over the years the French firm went on to produce a wide range of lines and now works closely with Japanese company Nissan.

Renault Oil Type

Saab saw huge successes in its early years thanks to its amazing innovations in safety and performance, being likened to a modern-day version of electric car company Tesla. Over the years it merged with Scania and was bought out by General Motors who retired it in 2010.

Saab Oil Type

SEAT was started by the Spanish government to produce affordable automobiles and provide jobs to the local population. During the 1990s Volkswagen acquired the company and now use it to produce models based on their own lines to sell around Europe.

SEAT Oil Type

Skoda started out during the 1850s producing pushbikes in Czechoslovak before producing their first automobile in 1905. The company went on to produce their own lines until they partnered up with Renault briefly in the 1990s and then Volkswagen, who now own the company today.

Skoda Oil Type

smart was launched in the 1990s by Mercedes Benz to provide super small and efficient automobiles for the global market. It was the brainchild of Swatch CEO Nicolas Hayek who wanted to create a city car using similar manufacturing techniques found in watch production.

smart Oil Type

Known locally in Japan for its range of smaller Kei cars, across the rest of the world they are known for their boxer-engined 4WD models. They shot to fame during the 1990s as they dominated the World rally Champion ship and in recent years they have a wide range of SUVs.

Subaru Oil Type

Suzuki started out manufacturing weaving looms in the early 1900s and eventually got into the automobile market in the 1950s. Suzuki is known for their smaller automobiles and are best known for its sporty hatchbacks and mini SUVs such as the Swift and Jimny.

Suzuki Oil Type

Toyota is the biggest producer of automobiles in the world after stealing the title from General Motors. They have a wide range of models and operate several brands such as Lexus and Daihatsu. In recent years they have dominated the alternative-energy field of the motor market.

Toyota Oil Type

Volkswagen started off as a model before becoming a fully-fledged automaker. The German company went on to acquire many other brands in the automobile market including Audi, Skoda and SEAT - operating each with different pricing points and features.

Volkswagen Oil Type

Volvo produces a range of automobiles, trucks and buses as well as many other types of vehicles. Based in Sweden, the company was first listed on the local stock exchange in 1935 and in 1999 was sold off completely to Ford Motor Company.

Volvo Oil Type