Are parts for 1995 geo Prizm Toyota or GM?
I believe they are all Toyota, base off the Corolla, just rebadged as a Geo, then Chevy.
Reanswered by b_radical2006:
a geo prizm is the same thing as a Toyota corolla the only difference is the name and a few down grades from a corolla like interior and engine power and the bumpers.
well i have a geo metro and i have a 3 cil in mine but they put a 4 cil in the 90s The Geo Metro is made by Suzuki. The Geo Prizm is made by Toyota and is built in California on the Corolla chassis. The 1992 Geo Prizm has a Toyota 1.6 Liter 4 cylinder. Base engine is 102 H.P. GSi engine is the same 1.6 but with 130 H.P.
The GEO was a named used by General Motors on their small compact cars sold under that name. The Geo Prizm was built by Toyota and was bascially a rebadeged Toyota Corolla. The Geo Metro was a rebadged Suzuki Swift, the Geo Spectrum was a rebadged Isuzu I-Mark, the Geo Storm was an Isuzu Impluse, and the Geo Tracker was an Isuzu Sidekick. GEO bascially stands for General Motors.
The answer for the header is no. Geo Storms, Geo Metros and Geo Prisms were manufactured by 3 different companies. Storms were rebadged Isuzu Impulses ... Prisms were rebadged Toyota Sprinters .. and Metros were rebadged Suzuki Swifts ... hence no interchangeability of those parts. Hope this helped, sorry it was a no answer though.
The Chevy/Geo Prizm, was made by Toyota, I believe. All of the geo's were made by either Toyota, as GM were partners with them in the Roseville, California plant, I believe, or by Suzuki, which I know was the case with the Tracker, and the Metro. I think the Corolla, maybe the Toyota version, in which case everything is the same. Call your local Toyota dealer parts department. They will be able to tell you…