The new Chevrolet Monza on the Lacetti platform caused a real stirJuly 4, 2019
The elegant sedan was launched on the Chinese car market only three months ago, but this time was enough for the new product to receive the right to be called one of the best-selling brands.
GM shared the results of the May sales. At this time, the new Chevrolet Monza sedan became the bestseller of the brand, demonstrating a record figure of 21,455 cars sold. Recall, you can buy a new product from the GM concern in China: local car dealerships began to offer customers a Chevrolet Monza sedan three months ago. Rush demand for a new product was only in May. Such an interest of buyers to the model is due to the increased warranty – up to eight years or 160,000 kilometers. The basis of the Chevrolet Monza formed a modified platform Chevrolet Lacetti sample of 2013. The dimensions of the new sedan are similar to the size of the Chevrolet Cruze, which is why the new Monza is called the budget alternative to the Cruze.
Under the hood of the front-wheel drive, there may be a liter 125-horsepower turbo engine or a 1.3-liter engine producing 163 hp. They can be combined with a five-step manual transmission or a six-step “robot”. On the set of available options, the new Monza is inferior to the Cruze. So, instead of climate control, the new sedan gets a manually controlled air conditioner. Buyers of the top version of Monza can count on leather interior.
Also available for purchase sports versions of the sedan – RS and Red Line. They differ from the usual model with improved aerodynamics, bright red details in the exterior and interior, a new body kit, a rear spoiler, as well as spectacular 17-inch wheels. For the most affordable Chevrolet Monza in Chinese showrooms will have to leave, at least, 89 900 yuan
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