Chevrolet stop selling new cars in Europe



General Motors made ​​a shocking news in Europe. They announced that Chevrolet will soon be out of the European market.

Starting 2016, they will only compete in Europe with the Opel and Vauxhall brands. They will replace it by entering the Cadillac brand to play in the luxury car market. Chevrolet will retreat in the largest market in Western and East Europe.

One of the reason is because difficult economic situation in Europe. On the other hand, Chevrolet did not want to make consumers confused by many brands available, especially most Chevrolet models sold in Europe are produced in South Korea, which makes it less able to compete, especially in terms of price.

“Europe is a key area for GM with the strong benefit of Opel and Vauxhall, and then a strong emphasis on the Cadillac,” said GM Chairman and CEO Dan Akerson.

But GM still assure the after sales service to the owners of Chevrolet cars in Europe. “Our customers can be assured that we will continue to maintain the warranty, parts and service for their Chevrolet vehicles, and for vehicles purchased between now and the end of 2015,” said Thomas Sedran, President and Managing Director of Chevrolet Europe.

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