The Checker Model G could be ordered with either a Buda 4- or 6-cylinder engine.
In 1928 a limousine version of the Model G was introduced. It came with a 6-cylinder engine.
In 1927 Morris Markin lost his position as President of Checker Motors. The company actually lost about $300,000 that year. This was reversed in 1928 when the compay had a profit of roughly $800,000. Markin returned as President in June 1928.