2010 is gearing up to be a big year for Chevy fans in America, as the bow-tie brand is getting ready to launch some very important models such as the Cruze, Spark, and Volt. But even with these three all-new products, Chevrolet will still have some vehicles that are – simply put – not competitive. That’s not good, given GM’s new goals to not only be competitive, but build the best cars and trucks in the marketplace.
So what do you think are Chevy’s least competitive vehicles today?
You can vote on any Chevy model in any geographic region. And be sure to tell us why you voted the way you did in the comments below!
But be sure to keep in mind that a vehicle can be completely uncompetitive in one geographic market and be considered top-of-the-line in another. For example, the Chevy Spark Classic (pictured, left) may not even pass crash and safety regulations in the U.S., but is perfectly suited for the Indian market. It’s a good thing, then that the Spark Classic isn’t sold in the U.S.