By Jason K. Ang
The ideal vehicle for most Filipino families is a seven-seater that is equally adept at ferrying passengers or bulky cargo. Chevrolet will soon launch a vehicle that fits the bill, the Spin MPV, which the company previewed during a driving event in Thailand.
When you think of a car brand that can be associated with dads and families, one brand that will enter your mind is Chevrolet. With over 100 years of automotive heritage, Chevrolet has catered to families all over the world and has proven its quality and durability.
There’s a new and easy way to know the features of Chevrolet’s most powerful vehicle, the Colorado.
Chevrolet sold more than 1.18 million vehicles around the world in the first quarter of 2013 achieving its 10th consecutive quarter of record global sales on the strength of products like the Cruze compact car which recently surpassed the 2 million mark in total global sales since its launch in 2009.
With its eye-catching new Chevrolet bow-tie logo, floor-to-ceiling glass walls, cavernous display floor and large glass-enclosed service workshop, the soon-to-be constructed Chevrolet Makati promises to be the most recognizable dealership in the so-called “automotive row” on Chino Roces Avenue (formerly Pasong Tamo Extension).
Association of Vehicle Importers and Distributors (Avid) member The Covenant Car Company Inc. (TCCI), the exclusive importer and distributor of Chevrolet cars in the Philippines, showcases its latest offerings—the Colorado and Spark—at the ICON Innovation in Mobility Expo on April 5-7 at the Bonifacio Global City in Taguig.
The Covenant Car Company Inc. (TCCCI), the exclusive importer and distributor of Chevrolet automobiles and parts in the Philippines, follows the Filipino tradition of going on road trips during the Holy Week break by providing friendly reminders about the value of maintaining their Chevrolet vehicles for safer worry-free travels.
By Charles E. Buban
, Kenneth del Rosario
Did you know that Chevrolet first used its “Bowtie emblem” logo in 1913 designed from wallpaper its founder once saw in a French hotel? Did you also know that a 1951 Chevrolet Styleline DeLuxe Convertible, formerly owned by ‘King of Cool’ Steve McQueen, will be auctioned off in March?
By Charles E. Buban
Why should we all be interested in what SUV Chevrolet will roll out these days? Firstly, it was that Chevrolet pioneered the SUV concept when it introduced the Suburban Carryall in 1935. This all-metal body (the trend then was to use metal over wood on the side frames) rode on a half-ton commercial truck chassis that could seat eight passengers or work crews and was powered by a 3.4-liter straight six, 60 HP gasoline engine.
By Charles E. Buban
Why the marketing team of Chevrolet Philippines went out of its way to bring in David Pomeranz to serenade the motoring media in a cold night at Tagaytay Highlands was, in a way, predictable.
By Kenneth M. del Rosario
The year 2012 was a solid one for Chevrolet—the company introduced three new car models that catered to an increasing demand from major segments; sold some 3,200 units; and achieved double digit growth.
By Alvin Uy
THE COVENANT Car Company Inc. (TCCCI), exclusive importer and distributor of Chevrolet car in the Philippines recently introduced its all-new Chevrolet Sonic in the highly competitive sub-compact segment. This is also the biggest segment in the car market right now and with its sedan and hatchback designs, it comes in four variants—an automatic 6-speed transmission and manual transmission for both the sedan and hatchback models. Prices are as follows—P778,888 for the manual version and P828,888 for the automatic version for the sedan model while the hatchback is priced at P788,888 for the manual version and P838,888 for the automatic transmission variant.