GM expects Colorado to represent 30%-40% of Chevy’s 2012 Thai deliveries.
Chevrolet predicts its new Colorado pickup truck will help to nearly triple the brand’s sales in Thailand this year to 85,000 units. The auto maker set its 2012 target after deliveries in 2011 surged 57.8% to 31,595 units. January sales this year soared 94.9% to 3,785, it says. Antonio Zara, vice president-General Motors Thailand and Chevrolet Sales (Thailand) Sales, Marketing and Aftersales, expects the Colorado to represent 30%-40% of the subsidiary’s total deliveries ...
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