GM brings Opel Tigra to Mexico MEXICO CITY — General Motors de Mexico S.A. de C.V. launches the European-built Opel Tigra into the Mexican market. Badged as the Chevrolet Tigra, the vehicle is exported from GM's Zaragoza, Spain, plant. The Tigra is sold fully loaded with front air bags, antilock brakes, aluminum wheels, air conditioning, power windows and a six-speaker compact disc stereo. Standard is the 1.6L, 104-hp, 16-valve 4-cyl. and 5-speed manual transaxle. There are no immediate ...

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