The first Chevrolet Nuevo Corsa rolls off the assembly line at General Motor Corp.’s GM Argentina Rosario Automotive Complex. The new Corsa was completely redesigned and will arrive in Latin American dealerships this year. The vehicle will be sold locally in Argentina and exported to Chile, Mexico, Paraguay and Uruguay and Brazil, where it also is being produced. The Rosario complex opened in 1997 and makes the entire Corsa lineup as well as the Chevrolet- and Suzuki-badged Grand Vitara ...
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