HAYMARKET, VA – Chevrolet is stealing more customers from rivals than ever before because it is doing a better job of winning over buyers even before they step foot in a new-car showroom, a top executive says. Since Chevrolet’s share dipped to 12.5% of the U.S. light-vehicle market after General Motors Co. exited bankruptcy in July 2009, the brand consistently has posted gains, peaking at 15.1% in January and closing last month with 14.4% of the market, according to Ward’s data. Chevy ...
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