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List of GM Engines - Specs, Common Problems, Reliability


2.0L Ecotec LTG Engine

Camaro, Malibu, ATS


2.4L Ecotec Engine

Malibu, Equinox, Cobalt, Ion, Sky


2.7L L3B Turbo Engine

Silverado 1500, Sierra 1500, CT4-V


4.3L V6 EcoTec3 LV3 Engine

Silverado 1500, Sierra 1500, Express


5.3L EcoTec3 L83 Engine

Silverado, Sierra


6.2L EcoTec3 L86/L87 Engine

Silverado, Sierra, Escalade


GM EV Powertrain Specifications

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General Motors Company (GM) is an American multinational corporation that desings, produces, and distributes vehicles globaly. General Motors is home to Chevrolet, Buick, GMC and Cadillac.

GM's engine line is very diverse. In the history of the brand, there is a list of dozens of models with small 3-cylinder engines and impressive V8 engines. Until the mid-70's, every division of General Motors has developed and produced its engines with a low degree of unification, which led to confusion among customers, made high cost of certification, etc. In the 1980s, concern has focused their engine production on individual lines and markets. So for the European market, almost all engines are created in the division Adam Opel AG (3, 4 and 6-cylinder gasoline and diesel engines). Often, these engines had one designation but produced at other plants located in South Korea. Technology exchange agreements with other manufacturers such as Isuzu and Nissan are aimed at reducing the cost of the final product. The unification of models provides significant savings in their price, which makes GM's vehicles popular around the world.