Articles about Chevrolet Sail

The Sail, Malibu, and Tahoe have already been axed from the brand’s local lineup
When General Motors ended the operations of Chevrolet in Thailand before this pandemic hit, GM promised "continued support" for the brand here in the Philippines. However, the American carmaker didn't say anything about the future of Thai-sourced Chevys like the
Vehicles including the Trailblazer, Colorado, Trax, and Spark are covered
Remember the huge promo that Chevrolet Philippines is offering until the end of the year? Well, it appears that there's a lot more to it than what we've previously written.The Covenant Car Company Inc. (TCCCI) just announced that there
One of the hottest segments around
The Philippine subcompact sedan segment has heated up over the past year or two. A segment once dominated by Japanese offerings like the Toyota Vios, the Honda City, and the Mazda 2, it has now been livened up by new competitors from
The answer to the looming auto excise tax scare
A new new round of tax hikes appears inevitable. Like the proverbial sword of Damocles, it will likely pierce the heart of the local car industry in the near future, triggering major shifts in market preference because of the drastic changes in
Just in time for the holidays
Planning on gifting your family with a shiny new ride this holiday season? Well, you're in luck. The Covenant Car Company--exclusive distributor of Chevrolet vehicles here in the Philippines--is offering special deals and financing plans for several of its
A completely modern facility
Months after the preview of the new Sail subcompact sedan during the Manila International Auto Show, we joined Chevrolet Philippines on a trip to China to tour the facilities that are manufacturing the sedans arriving in our country.The SAIC-GM headquarters
Check out variant and pricing details
Last April, during the Manila International Auto Show, Chevrolet Philippines teased us with its entry to the subcompact sedan segment, the Sail. The manufacturer even let us borrow a preproduction unit for our June 2016 cover.With more than 230,000 units
Check out our first impressions
If you're viewing this on a mobile device and can't see the video, please click here. Back in April, Chevrolet Philippines gave us a glimpse of its Vios challenger, the Sail subcompact sedan. At first glance, it ticked all the
Available in 3 variants
To be honest, a lot of automotive events are predictable--a little boring even. Some activities even seem like vanity projects of their bosses, with so much energy devoted to making a president's entrance seem grand and important. Yawn.Among the
To compete with Vios, City and Accent
With more than 33,000 units sold in 2015, the Toyota Vios remains to be the best-selling car in the Philippine market. Which naturally also means that the subcompact sedan segment it competes in is easily the biggest and most profitable
Check out what we'll get...and what we won't
Chevrolet will showcase its global portfolio at next week's Detroit Auto Show, led by five models that have been developed and are now being sold or will go on sale in 140 countries this year."The North American International Auto Show
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