Chevrolet UK sales halt in lead up to European exit
27 October 2014
Chevrolet registrations have slowed in the last two months ahead of the brand's pull out from the UK and Europe on 31 December, 2015.
The firm registered three new vehicles in the typically busy September plate-change month and registered no cars in August. Chevrolet registered 11,676 vehicles in 2013 and has registered 2764 vehicles year-to-date.
There will be 90 Chevrolet service centres left in the UK which will provide service and supply Chevrolet original parts for Chevrolet vehicles.
Chevrolet has said any express written warranty or service plans on Chevrolet vehicles remain unchanged and will be fully honoured in accordance with the terms of the applicable agreement.
The remaining service centres can be found online here.
Chevrolet made the decision to pull out of Europe in December last year following a decision by parent company General Motors to concentrate on its Vauxhall and Opel sister brands, as well as a long-term plan to relaunch Cadillac in Europe.
In a statement, General Motors said the decision was "largely due to a challenging business model and the difficult economic situation in Europe," for the brand born out of the now defunct Daewoo in the UK.