December 12, 2013
December 11, 2013
- The turbo was not available out of the gate.
December 10, 2013
- In order to boost sales from its Opel and Vauxhall divisions, General Motors will stop selling most of its Chevrolet vehicles in Europe starting in 2016. However, “select iconic” models, such as the Corvette Stingray, will remain on sale across the Atlantic. “Vette and some other iconic Chevrolets (to be named later) will still be sold thru Opel or Cadillac dealers. They will be marketed as Chevrolets,” assured Mike Albano, Chevrolet's chief spokesman in the U.S....
December 9, 2013
- It was technology originally developed for racing.
- Though Chevrolet’s recent withdrawal from the European market made a huge dent in General Motors’s plans to turn Chevrolet into a global brand, the exit also ends the overlap issues of Opel and Vauxhall with the bow-tied marque. With the exception of automotive icons such as the Corvette, Chevrolet will exit Europe by the end […]
- An angry Opel customer claims his car’s value fell 55 percent in months
December 8, 2013
- GM's decision to pull Chevrolet out of most European markets is a major setback to the automaker's goal of transforming Chevrolet into a globe-spanning powerhouse. But the move also ends a muddled overlap with GM's Opel and Vauxhall brands.
December 6, 2013
- General Motors’ decision to close down Chevrolet in Europe shows it really means to turn around financially troubled Opel, and while it is feeling brave should think about replacing its British Vauxhall brand.
- Executives at General Motors have announced that the company will cease distribution of Chevrolet models in European markets starting in 2016. This is a wise decision by the U.S. auto giant which will allow it to focus its energy on the Opel and Vauxhall brands, whose sales have not met …