NEW DELHI – The new Tavera, launched by General Motors India Ltd. in May is redefining India’s growing multi-utility segment. For the last four years, GM India has been promising to bring the Isuzu Panther MUV from Indonesia. Renamed the Chevrolet Tavera, the Panther now is being made in India with 85% local parts, increasing to 93% by next year. Chevy Tavera The Tavera, which has been reengineered for Indian roads, is longer and wider than its major competitors – the Toyota Qualis ...

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