Chevy Launches Tracker, Cruze Turbo in Ecuador
Chevrolet earlier this year launched the new 2017 Cruze Turbo and 2017 Tracker in Ecuador, bolstering its lineup with two new models certain to please customers with their respective balances of performance, style, efficiency, and technological savvy.
“We are certain that Chevrolet will be present in the national market for many years to come,” said Oscar Fandiño, GM OBB Marketing Manager of Ecuador. “The bet of the brand with these two models represents without a doubt the commitment to continued innovation and developing technologies and designs for a customer that is becoming more demanding.”
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The 2017 Tracker, which is ostensibly the same as the North American Trax, is being offered at a starting price of $30,590 USD for the five-speed manual and $34,490 USD for the six-speed Tiptronic automatic. It is offered with a standard 138-horsepower 1.8-liter Ecotec engine and a seven-inch LCD touchscreen that offers Android Auto and Apple CarPlay compatibility and Chevrolet MyLink.
The 2017 Chevy Cruze Turbo is standard with a 1.4-liter turbocharged engine, which generates 153 horsepower and 177 lb-ft of torque. It is offered both in hatchback and sedan body styles, and it is offered with an eight-inch LCD touchscreen with Android Auto/Apple CarPlay compatibility and Chevy MyLink. It is offered with cutting-edge safety features including frontal collision alert, Automatic Parking Assist, and blind spot sensor. It is being offered starting at $35,990 USD for the sedan and $36,990 USD for the hatchback.
Both vehicles will be offered with a standard five-year/100,000-kilometer warranty.
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