The first car in 1908 was called a Paige-Detroit and was a two seat model powered by a 2.2 liter three cylinder, two stroke engine. In 1910 four stroke, four cylinder models took over and in 1911 the name was changed to Paige. A six cylinder model was added to the range in 1914.
Four cylinder models were dropped in 1916 leaving a choice of 3.7 or 4.9 liter sixes.
Probably the most famous Paige was the 1922 to 1926 Daytona, a sporting 3 seat roadster with a 6 liter engine. The third seat pulled out from the side of the car over the near side running board.
A straight eight engine was added to the sixes in 1927.
Paige advertised as being "The most beautiful car in America".
Paige also made a cheaper range of cars between 1923 and 1926 and sold as Jewetts named after H M Jewett the company president.
In 1928 the cars became known as Graham-Paige.