First it was a hatchback, then a sedan and later a mini pickup. Now General Motors Corp. is adding a coupe to its lineup of Corsa-based models in Mexico, hoping the sporty addition will put some shine to Chevrolet's image there. Aside from the bow tie badge, the Chevy Tigra, which General Motors de Mexico S.A de C.V. is importing from GM's Zaragoza, Spain, plant, has few modifications from the Opel Tigra sold in Europe. However, the coupe only is offered fully loaded in Mexico, including ...

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