General Motors Thailand Ltd. is boosting efforts to increase the country’s use of gasohol by assuring customers that all of its Chevrolet models built can run safely on the biofuel. In a written statement, GM assures motorists that biofuel will not harm their vehicle's engine. "The advanced engine technology used in our Chevrolet Zafira, Optra and Lumina models currently sold in Thailand means that all of these vehicles will run happily on gasohol without the need for any additional ...
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