Saturday, May 16, 2020

Chevrolet Finishes Off Trailblazer, Captiva SUVs


With Chevrolet pulling out of the Thai market by the end of the year (including manufacturing), the American carmaker has announced the end of sale of its two SUVs manufactured there: the Captiva and Trailblazer.

This comes as Chevrolet continues to hold its “Hot Deal Sale,” which is basically a liquidation sale on remaining inventory. With discounts amounting to about 249,000 Baht (P 393,000~), Thai buyers took the opportunity to snap up all remaining Trailblazer and Captiva SUVs.

The remaining model with stocks is the Colorado pickup truck. However, Chevrolet Thailand says that with discounts of up to 200,000 Baht (P 316,000~), they expect to finish off all remaining inventory there before the end of their fire sale on July 31.

Despite Chevrolet’s decision to pull out of the Thailand market (and subsequently all manufacturing in Southeast Asia), the company is assuring owners that they will continue to provide aftersales service and genuine parts.

The Covenant Car Company, Inc. (TCCCI), the exclusive distributor of Chevrolet vehicles in the Philippines has also assured customers that sales and aftersales will continue unimpeded.

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