Tuesday, August 14, 2012

Chevy Meriva

While much has been written about how Detroit gave away the US market, their loss of Latin America is even more spectacular. They used to own it. Now, they have a presence, but their US products are a sideline. The streets of places like Mexico City are filled with the products of their European and Asian subsidiaries and partners. While Latin America is a major producer, it is also a major importer.

Things have changed so much that this Chevy, photographed in the US, was the most foreign car on the lot.

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