New Chevrolet Montana.
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Alternative to an SUV?
Chevrolet Montana has made its way from Brazil to Colombia, and according to Oswaldo León Boldrin, GM’s “Product Marketing Lead” for Colombia and Ecuador, this pickup truck aims to attract customers who are seeking a work vehicle as well as SUV users.
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“We believe that customers from passenger car segments such as compact sedans and hatchbacks, among others, will be interested in the Montana. Instead of moving directly to SUVs, they will now have the option of a pickup truck with the capabilities of a mountain vehicle. SUV customers will also find value in the Montana due to its size and larger cargo capacity,” stated the spokesperson confidently.
The new Chevrolet Montana has arrived in Colombia in two versions: LTZ Turbo AT and Premier Turbo MT. Both options come with a six-speed automatic transmission.
Under the hood, you’ll find a turbocharged 1.2-liter inline three-cylinder engine, which is the same as the one used in models like the Chevrolet Tracker. This engine provides up to 130 horsepower and a maximum torque of 190 Nm, ranging from 2,000 to 4,500 rpm.
Designed for Urban Areas
The Chevrolet Montana is the urban-focused pickup truck from Chevrolet in the region. It is a compact model that easily maneuvers through city streets, thanks to its width of 1,798 mm (excluding mirrors), height of 1,659 mm, and total length of 4,117 mm. The wheelbase measures 2,800 mm.
The new Chevrolet Montana that has arrived in Colombia is equipped with a range of safety features, including six airbags, Isofix anchors, seat belt warning, electronic stability control, traction control, ABS and EBD brakes, cruise control, and hill start assist, among others.
Prices and Accessories
One of the notable aspects of the latest Chevrolet launch in Colombia is the availability of up to 62 accessories, with 51 specifically designed for the Montana model.
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The starting price for the new Montana in Colombia is $115,720,000 for the LTZ version. The Premier, with the most extensive features, is priced at $119,220,000.
By Nicolas Fernandez
Car journalist and creator of sections such as Market Leaders and El Mecánico Recomienda.