All-New 2024 Chevy Aveo Sedan Debuts In Mexico16
As GM Authority exclusively previewed last month, General Motors has just officially revealed the all-new 2024 Chevy Aveo sedan in Mexico.
The all-new 2024 Chevy Aveo sedan debuted during a special event on February 13th in Mexico, two months after the world debut of next-generation Aveo in five-door hatchback configuration in the Latin country – which will continue to be the nameplate’s main volume market. The automaker has now completed the 2024 Aveo lineup just ahead of the vehicle’s official launch in the Mexican market.
“The new Aveo Sedan arrives fully evolved from what we know today. It is a key vehicle as it is the entry model to our portfolio, positioning itself in the largest segment of the Mexican market,” said Marketing Manager for Chevrolet at GM Mexico, Wilberto del Ángel. “We continue the evolution of this great product, introducing an Aveo that surprises our customers in all relevant aspects, also offering the new Hatchback version,” he added.
In particular, the 2024 Chevy Aveo represents one of many important introductions in recent history for Chevrolet in Mexico, which arrives as the brand’s new entry model to compete in the highest volume segment of Mexican market. This new generation of the Aveo – developed and manufactured by SAIC-GM-Wuling in China – offers a hatchback variant for the first time and further reinforces its competitive level for first place in sales in the country.
GM Mexico took advantage the all-new 2024 Chevy Aveo sedan presentation to announce the powertrain for the entire range, consisting of a naturally aspirated 1.5L engine that develops 98 horsepower and 105 pound-feet of torque. The engine can be mated to a six-speed manual transmission, or a continuously variable automatic transmission that simulates six gear ratios in range-topping trims.
In addition, the company released the first official images of the 2024 Chevy Aveo’s interior, stating that it will boast a spacious cabin and an outstanding list standard and available equipment. That includes an eight-inch touchscreen with Bluetooth connectivity, a USB port and an SGMW infotainment system with Apple Car Play and Android Auto integration. The 2024 Aveo also features air conditioning with automatic control as well as six airbags on all trims.
The all-new 2024 Chevy Aveo will officially launch and be available for sale in Mexico over the next few weeks, starting with the hatchback variant and followed by the sedan shortly thereafter, to fully replace the current Chevy Aveo/Sail in the country. Both versions will be offered in three trim levels called LS Manual, LT Manual and LT Plus, while the base hatchback trim will be reserved for fleet customers.
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Bring this to the US now.
America does not need more Chinese junk.
The only thing that is chinese junk is ford and dodge, soooooo
10 dislikes? Not my problem people can’t handle the truth!
Mick1 and Oc:
I’m not going to disagree that GM really needs to build the vehicles in the US that they sell in the US. This we are 100% in agreement on.
I also will not go into depth about how much of the things you already buy and use are made in China (have been for YEARS). But I will tell you to do this. Google brands/companies in the USA that are currently owned and operated by Chinese companies. All I’ll tell you is to hold on to your boots because you will sh*t yourself. Seriously. I came upon an article last week where it listed all the “American” companies/brands that are owned by other countries now. China was the number one with more than 3/4 being owned/operated by Chinese now. So just Google it and then come back here and leave your comments.
My point wasn’t that I feel we need “this” Chinese built GM car here. My point is that we need this “car” here for sale. As in this size, price range and value. I’d prefer it be assembled here, but either way we need GM to bring more cars back.
This would be a great replacement for the discontinued Spark, Sonic , etc.
Build in Korea and ship to NA or build in NA. That will never happen.
If we are ever to get this , the best chance is to have it built in Korea.
We need some small car options now. In the last few years that it was available , the Chevy Spark was a very good small city car or runabout.
Many senior people like these for their easy of driving, maneuverability, etc.
It does not hurt that these cars are very trouble free.
Now there is nothing available from GM.
They used to offer the Spark, Sonic, Cruze, Trax , Encore, etc.
These were all great options for our senior drivers , now there are really no small GM choices for those customers
*CINA junk! (Chevrolet In Name Only)
ford and dodge are chinese junk, sooooo
Unlike the old Aveo/Sonic made in South Korea, the new Aveo is made by Chinese communists. The U.S. market doesn’t need this filthy Chinese car.
I remember when the Sonic first launched in the USA in 2012.
A commercial showed one being dropped out of a C-130.
So I wonder if now in Mexico, they’ll show an Aveo being dropped from a Balloon?
(sorry… I couldn’t pass that up) >.<
A nice clean low cost car for GEM countries, I just hope they have made it to be durable and reliable for bad roads and long term use. GM now has a strong roster of Chevrolet vehicles to build and export to many markets and develop Chevrolet’s brand recognition.
Been thinking how they could stuff a 275hp 2.0L turbo with a 6 speed manual, high performance suspension, and brakes in the hatchback for a GTZ variant.
Lol a 275 horsepower engine in this thing? Too funny.
kind like thee sedan version, better designed than the GMB Onix
Wouldn’t it be nice if this car was manufactured in America, for Americans.
Should have just kept the Sonic and upgraded it. Had the 2 door coupe and hatchback. Offer a hatchback in standard or RS option, offer the 2 door coupe in standard or SS option. Build in a USA plant would be great.
Dman: I’ll take that one huge step further. GM should have just kept the Cavalier from back in the day. They had the sedan, coupe, hatch and wagon. Sold a ton of them and should never have dropped it’s name. Since then they went to Cobalt and then Cruze. This is why Honda and Toyota sell so many more vehicles: Because they don’t play name games. Ask most people what a Civic or Corolla is and they know. Ask about what small cars Chevy has/had? Cavalier, Cobalt, Cruze, Spark, Sonic and how many more that I’m forgetting? Outside of the Silverado, Sierra and a couple others, GM just has zero consistency when it comes to names/models.