Articles about Chevrolet Philippines

The nameplate is making its return to our market
After axing its Trailblazer midsize SUV a while back, The Covenant Car Company (TCCCI) has now confirmed that the nameplate will be making a return to our market in crossover form this month.For those unfamiliar, this is China's smaller Trailblazer
Which value-for-money crossover are you taking?
The subcompact crossover segment just keeps getting bigger and bigger. The latest addition to this continuously growing list is the Chevrolet Tracker. Seeing as it's yet another feature-packed, bang-for-your-buck small SUV, we've decided to pit it
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
The likes of the Geely Coolray, Ford EcoSport, and MG ZS better watch out
There's a new competitor in the stacked subcompact crossover segment. The Covenant Car Company, Inc.-the official distributor of Chevrolet vehicles in the Philippines-has officially launched the new Chevrolet Tracker. Let's take a look.The Tracker is a rather
A new subcompact crossover to consider
Remember the Chevrolet Tracker? It's a subcompact crossover the American carmaker launched in China a couple of years back. Well, it's arriving in the Philippines next month and, depending on how it's priced, could be an ideal competitor to
The Covenant Car Company, Inc. has just launched the platform in our market
If there's one thing this pandemic has taught us about reaching consumers, it's that digital is the way to go. Nowadays, a lot of people prefer shopping online from the comfort of their own home. It's often both safer
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
A P300,000 discount on the Trailblazer is also available
It's only been less than two months since The Covenant Car Company (TCCCI) launched the Chevrolet Trax Premier here in the Philippines, but it appears the Chevy's local distributor is already slapping a massive discount on the new crossover.For
Are you looking forward to any of these models?
Next year is shaping up to be a big one for Chevrolet Philippines. The company has just announced not one, not two, but three big new launches for 2021: The all-new Corvette C8, Tahoe, and Suburban.Of the three, the Corvette
See how the new Kia stacks up against its competitors in this three-way comparo
In case you missed it, there's a new crossover in town: the Kia Stonic. With its stylish design, tech-loaded cabin, and affordable price tag, it certainly looks like an interesting proposition in our market, especially for first-time car buyers.
A sportier take on the crossover
Those of you who've been listing crossovers to check out have another option to jot down. The Covenant Car Company (TCCCI), Chevrolet's official local distributor, has just introduced a sporty new Trax to the local market, and it starts at
The carmaker just launched the new My Chevrolet Connect mobile app and Service e-Advisor
The Covenant Car Company Inc. (TCCCI), the exclusive importer and distributor of Chevy vehicles and parts in the Philippines, is upping its after-sales services even further. After rolling out the new 'Tech Eyes' online vehicle diagnostics program, it has now lanched
Chevy customers can now have their vehicles serviced
Chevrolet Philippines is yet another carmaker that has recently reopened its dealerships across the country.The Covenant Car Company, Inc. (TCCCI)-the exclusive importer and distributor of Chevrolet automobiles and parts in the Philippines-has announced that several dealerships in Metro Manila
Technicians and engineers will be able to work together safely from a distance
Transitioning into the new normal is easier said than done, especially for the players in the automotive industry.Safety precautions such as physical distancing will force car companies to drastically change the way they operate, particularly inside dealerships. In fact, carmakers here
It’s a possibility
By now you've heard the news: General Motors (GM) has called it quits in Thailand and plans to pull out the Chevrolet brand from the country by the end of this year. This move includes the sale of its Rayong manufacturing
But what about the Trailblazer and the Colorado?
Yesterday, General Motors (GM) announced that it is pulling the Chevrolet brand out of Thailand by the end of 2020, and that it has already reached an agreement with Great Wall for the sale of its manufacturing facility in Rayong.That's
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