GM ships first batch of Chevrolet Tracker to Uzbekistan

Transport Materials 16 December 2020 14:15 (UTC +04:00)
GM ships first batch of Chevrolet Tracker to Uzbekistan

BAKU, Azerbaijan, Dec. 16

By Klavdiya Romakayeva - Trend:

SAIC-GM, a joint venture between American General Motors and China's SAIC Motor, shipped the first batch of the new Chevrolet Tracker of 209 vehicles to Uzbekistan, Trend reports with reference to the press service of the company.

SAIC-GM noted that the Chinese-made Chevrolet Tracker left the country for the first time - the model was introduced in June 2019 and was sold exclusively in the Chinese domestic market.

The new Chevrolet Tracker will replace the Chevy Trax sold here under the name Tracker in Uzbekistan. A local launch is scheduled for the first weeks of January 2021.

According to SAIC-GM, the new Chevrolet Tracker, exported overseas, is equipped with global GM SmartPropulsion technology, in this case, the latest generation of three-cylinder engines and two transmissions, also made in China. They provide a combination of segment-leading fuel economy, emissions, and reliability.

As such, the new Chevrolet Tracker continues its international expansion and strengthens its role as the brand’s most widespread small crossover by being sold in at least four subregions of the world. In addition to the Norsom plant in China, the fourth-generation Tracker is also manufactured at the GM São Caetano do Sul plant in Brazil, which supplies most markets, mainly Latin America.

Earlier it was reported that the same company sent 216 Chevrolet Equinox vehicles to Uzbekistan in April 2020.


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