Right after GM Authority reported that reservations for the compact pickup were filled in just one day in Brazil, General Motors has just officially confirmed the all-new 2023 Chevy Montana for Mexico.
The automaker announced its plans to introduce the all-new 2023 Chevy Montana during the second half of next year in Mexico, which becomes the first country outside of South America to confirm the arrival of the brand-new compact pickup. As such, the 2023 Montana will further strengthen the Bow Tie brand’s strong truck portfolio in the Mexican market that currently includes the Chevy S10 Max, Colorado, Silverado and Cheyenne.
“Chevrolet pickups have been characterized as vehicles with great performance, and today we confirm that we will expand our range of pickups with a new proposal that promises to become a benchmark in the segment,” said Chevrolet Marketing Manager at GM Mexico, Wilberto del Ángel. “The new Montana will arrive in our country with a unique design, a large cabin and a complete list of features, exactly the characteristics that compact pickup customers are looking for,” he added.
As Chevrolet‘s first compact unibody pickup, the all-new 2023 Chevy Montana reinvents the nameplate to compete in one of the fastest-growing categories in the Latin American automotive market, and one whose popularity is spreading to other regions of the world. Based on an extended variant of the GEM platform, the new Montana boasts a Crew Cab body and adopts the brand’s latest global design language.
In addition to combining the comfort of a utility vehicle with the versatility and robustness of a pickup, the 2023 Chevy Montana stands out for having the most practical cargo box in its segment, designed as a giant 874-liter (30.87 cu. ft.) trunk. The Multi-Flex bed cover features an advanced sealing system for added protection against water, is the only bed in its class with an assisted opening tailgate, and offers more than 20 cargo carrying accessories.
The all-new 2023 Chevy Montana will officially launch in Mexico during the second half of next year, with units imported from GM São Caetano do Sul plant in Brazil, the company’s only facility worldwide to build the model so far. The model has a complete list of safety and standard technological features. The powertrain and trim level lineup details of the 2023 Montana for Mexico will be announced later.