Over the last few weeks, we’ve received countless emails about GMSPO… namely, readers wanted to know what GM SPO is, what it stands for, and what it does. We’re here to put the question to rest once and for all.
GM SPO stood for GM Service and Parts Operations. It was division of General Motors that supplied replacement parts, accessories, and service for GM products via The General’s dealer network. In March 2010, GM renamed SPO to CCA — Customer Care and Aftersales.
Headquartered in Grand Blanc, Michigan, GM SPO encompasses GM Accessories as a division, which supplies a comprehensive portfolio of performance, appearance, entertainment, and functional accessories for all of GM’s brands on a worldwide basis. Another division of GM SPO is AC Delco, which supplies replacement parts for GM as well as non-GM vehicles in over 100 countries around the world.
GM SPO also includes GM
Goodwrench Certified Service — the service branch of Chevy, Buick, GMC, and Cadillac.
There you have it ladies and gents — GM SPO is no longer a mystery, if it ever were one. But it has been replaced by Customer Care and Aftersales.
Hat tip to Jonny W.