Chevrolet Tracker received a new versionFebruary 21, 2020
A new generation Chevrolet Tracker is preparing to conquer another market. At first, General Motors offered a novelty only to Chinese motorists. Now cross is waiting in South America.
Chevrolet Tracker will go to South America. The other day, the Brazilian division of GM showed the first teasers of new items. The figures show that the Brazilian Tracker will be much like its Chinese counterpart. Recall that the generation-changed crossover is based on a new platform, which GM and SAIC specialists worked on. In length, the new cross is slightly superior to its predecessor – 4,270 mm (+22 mm) with a wheelbase of 2,570 mm (+15 mm). Trunk volume increased by 34 liters – up to 390. If you fold the rear row of seats, this figure grows to 1,334 liters.
Inside the car, you can find a lot in common with the updated Chevrolet Orlando: similar “tidy”, modern multimedia with a “soaring” touch screen, and a convenient “climate” control unit. Also available for this model are a panoramic roof and a “leather look” finish.
Under the hood of the front-wheel drive Tracker can be a liter gasoline “turbo engine” issuing 115 hp, or a 1.3-liter 165-horsepower turbo engine. In tandem, they work with manual transmission at six steps or “robot”. A crossover with a “younger” engine consumes an average of 5.5 liters per hundred kilometers, the top engine – 5.7 liters.
Novelty can try on a sports performance of Redline. This SUV gets 17-inch tinted alloy wheels, a stylish aerodynamic body kit and a red decor in the design of the exterior and interior. In Brazil, the Chevrolet Tracker is expected next month. By this time, price lists for the new product will be declassified. In the Chinese car market, cross costs from 109,900 yuan
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