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Prime 5 Most Detailed Makes of 203

At Majors we detail all makes and models. Annually we look at what vehicles our customers are driving. This is our prime 5 list of vehicles we detailed the most in 2023.

Number 5: Jeep

The origins of the name “Jeep” are believed to have come from, a verbal abbreviation of one of the first World War II, prototypes produced by the Ford, Willys-Overland, and American Bantam Motors team, the GP. An off roading legend was born. The Jeep brand doesn’t really have a logo design, just a simple wordmark “Jeep”.


Number 4: Nissan

Nissan’s founder Yoshisuke Aikawa believed: “If you’ve got a strong conviction, it pierces even the sun.” Nissan is a combination of Japanese words “Ni” meaning sun and “ssan” the product. Nissan started exporting vehicles to the United States in 1958.  The Datsun name was used. By 1986 Nissan had phased out the Datsun name.  The Nissan logo comes from the “traditional” Datsun logo, inspired by Japan’s flag.

Number 3

We have two manufacturers that are tied for this spot Honda & Ford


Soichiro Honda had a great passion for cars. He was interested in everything connected with mechanics and the auto industry. The Honda logo is a stylized “H”. 


From 1906 to 1910  Ford used a patented script, which was the Ford signature with extended “F” and “D” letters. The Ford oval goes back to 1907 when the British entrepreneurs Perry, Thornton and Schreiber, highlighted the reliability and economy Ford of England’s cars with the oval-shaped logo.



Number 2: Chevrolet

Founded in 1911 by Louis Chevrolet and William C. Durant, Chevrolet has become one of the world’s most iconic automotive brands. Chevrolet vehicles have been associated with the famous bowtie emblem since 1913, which makes it one of the longest-standing logos in the world. 

Number 1: Subaru

Subaru means “unite” in Japanese. 1953, five Japanese companies united to form Fuji Heavy Industries Ltd. The automotive division adopted the name, Subaru. In addition, a cluster of stars became the logo, because the word “Subaru” also is a cluster of stars known as the Pleiades.


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