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April 6, 2024

Under New Management, Chevrolet Reports 41 Percent Growth In Q1 2024

Chevrolet Philippines President and CEO Maria Fe Perez Agudo announced at the Manila International Auto Show (MIAS) that Chevrolet Philippines has accomplished a 41 percent sales growth in the first quarter of the year, driven by the Tracker, Camaro, and Trailblazer. This impressive growth has been realized through the company’s aggressive first quarter sales campaign and product road shows.

President Agudo, during the MIAS presentation, emphasized Chevrolet’s dedication to its customers, highlighting that the journey of refinement and enhancement within Chevrolet is ongoing. The company’s growth is not just a number but a reflection of its determination to deliver value and quality consistently.

In her address at MIAS, President Agudo defined Chevrolet’s market approach: “Chevrolet is synonymous with inspiring design, intrinsic value, and exceptional performance, underpinned by proven reliability and durability.” This comment highlights Chevrolet’s focus on delivering dependable quality and its strategic progression in the Philippines.


  1. China made captiva could sell well here

  2. Huge cash discounts and low down-payment plans helped the sales of Chevrolet Philippines a lot
    Next step for Chevrolet Philippines is to finally bring in and sell the Captiva,Aveo and Groove as the brand needs more affordable mass market vehicles
    Good luck to Fe Agudo and her management

  3. Yes it's probably true 40% sales improvement But this is due to Old stock 2022- 2023 models with huge discount morethan 300k. But if you are clever this price drop was less than the depreciation value. I hope this Princess from Hyundai will give the bowtie Brand a very reasonable price unlike the previous management of the crazy Lawyer .

  4. the same management that reported fake sales reports and always releases sales figures after Ford does from years ago. the same management that f-ed up the brand's aftersales. that's why they're no longer HARI. i guess no one audited the actual importation quantity of car units contrasted with the declared sold units

    1. Hyundai is still struggling to match the huge sales numbers of HARI as the Koreans are still selling overpriced and bare vehicles like the Palisade and Creta
      Changan under Inchcape wasn't that great as the sales are still down by huge margins no thanks to closing down of many Changan dealerships and giving less cash discounts on the Alsvin and CS55 Plus..Introduction of X7 Plus SUV didn't help that much.
      Many dealers still trust Fe Agudo that's why some MG dealerships reverted back to being a Chevrolet car dealership

  5. From 10 units sold in 4Q to 14 units in 1Q2024 🤣


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