Chevrolet has some really amazing cars in its stable such as Chevrolet Beat, Chevrolet Spark and Chevrolet Cruze and all of them have helped the brand getting a recognition in the industry. In the very commercial vehicle sector also the brand created an identity with the Chevrolet Tavera but with the implementation of new BS IV emission norms the same was withdrawn from the major cities.
During 2010 we brought you a news where we said that a new Tavera is heading our way with a new diesel engine and lately one of the fellow blogs was able to get a picture of the same. A new BS IV compliant facelifted Chevy Tavera is very much set to enter the market once again.
The recent fresh shot says it all about the car. The car will not have any major cosmetic changes though it will get new headlamps, grille, air scoop on the bonnet, revised bumpers along with fresh interiors. On the technical front, as said above, it will sport a new BS IV complaint CRDI diesel engine powerful enough to develop 100 BHP of max power. The same unit has been sourced from Sonalika and is already powering the Sonalika Rhino.
With this new iteration, which is expected by the year end or early 2012, the company will be able to put the car back to service in the 13 major cities from where it is currently absent.
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