ThanksDilligaf said:on BBC news channel through the red button reading the headlines. There is another section on dp filters.
Don't let your husband call you a smelly large dog Wilma, tell him to show you some respect.wilma08 said:ThanksDilligaf said:on BBC news channel through the red button reading the headlines. There is another section on dp filters.I also found it on the net saying that they will be pulling out at the end of 2015 what a shame my husband was going to purchase an other one next year, but that has scuppered it, not sure what other seven seat he will look at, although we only have one 16 year old living at home and one smelly large dog
Lawrence said:Found this on the internet looks like no more Chevrolet but Vauxhall/Opel ok
Chevrolet-branded vehicles are sold in most automotive markets worldwide, with the notable exception of Oceania, where GM is represented by their Australian subsidiary, Holden. In 2005, Chevrolet was relaunched in Europe, primarily selling vehicles built by GM Daewoo of South Korea with the tagline "Daewoo has grown up enough to become Chevrolet", a move rooted in General Motors' attempt to built a global brand around Chevrolet. With the reintroduction of Chevrolet to Europe, GM intends for Chevrolet to be a mainstream value brand, while GM's traditional European standard-bearers, Opel of Germany, and Vauxhall of Great Britain will be moved upmarket.<sup ="reference" id="cite_ref-GMInsideNews_4-0">[COLOR=#0066cc" size="2][/COLOR]</sup> However, GM reversed this move in late 2013, announcing that the brand would be withdrawn from Europe, with the exception of the Camaro, and Corvette.<sup ="reference" id="cite_ref-5">[COLOR=#0066cc" size="2][/COLOR]</sup> in 2016. After General Motors fully acquired GM Daewoo in 2011 to create GM Korea, the last usage of the Daewoo automotive brand was discontinued in its native South Korea and succeeded by Chevrolet.