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Chevrolet Niva Marks 500,000 Anniversary
3.08.2013 17:12
Chevrolet Niva Marks 500,000 Anniversary
Photo Credit: http://avtovolgograda.ru

Chevrolet Niva has hit a new record, with the 500,000th unit rolled off the conveyor belt in Samara, says Newsru.com.

      The 1.7L 80hp SUV is produced by a joint venture set up by General Motors and AvtoVAZ.

      The model is sold by 153 dealerships across Russia.

      An updated version is expected by late 2015.

      Watch Chevy Niva's performance in Russia-IC's special Top 10 list of offroad vehicles.


      




Author: Mikhail Vesely

Tags: Chevrolet Niva Russian offroad vehicles    

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