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General Motors to pull Chevrolet from Europe

Published 05 December 2013

General Motors has announced that it is to stop selling Chevrolet models in European markets – including the UK – from the end of 2015. The Chevrolet brand arrived in the UK in 2005, effectively replacing Daewoo. But it hasn’t been successful GM, causing financial losses every year.

The move to stop selling Chevrolet models will allow GM to give Vauxhall/Opel its fullest concentration.

Those who own Chevrolet models shouldn’t worry too much about servicing and maintenance – many components are shared with Vauxhall models and GM will continue to support its Chevrolets after sales end. Some select models will still be offered – including the Corvette sports car – and the brand will continue in Russia.  


grumpy phil    on 9 December 2013

That's good news, that horrid little Chevrolet Spark should be dumped in the China sea.

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