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GM’s Korean Operations Sold 43,194 Vehicles in January, 165.8% Increase Year on Year

  • Thursday, February 1, 2024, 4:34 pm
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GM's Korean Operations sold 43,194 vehicles in January. Sales were up 165.8% compared to the same month last year. It marked the 19th consecutive month of year-over-year growth.

Overseas sales of GM's Korean Operations reached 40,300 units in January, up 164.6% on an annual basis and the 22nd consecutive month of year-over-year overseas growth. The Chevrolet Trax Crossover along with its derivative model led the way, selling 23,703 units in global markets in January. Chevrolet's entry model has redefined the concept of crossover vehicles, with its generous space, innovative features and contemporary, stylish design. Monthly sales have exceeded 20,000 units five consecutive months.

The Chevrolet Trailblazer along with its derivative model sold 16,597 units globally in January, up 9.3% compared to the same month last year. The model’s sophisticated design and outstanding marketability have contributed to its worldwide popularity. Specifically, the Trailblazer’s market appeal was enhanced with key changes last year, including a completely redesigned interior.

In January, GM’s Korean Operations’ domestic sales totaled 2,894 units, marking growth of 183.4% compared to the same month last year. The Chevrolet Trax Crossover took the lead, with sales reaching 2,246 units. The Chevrolet Trailblazer recorded sales of 461 units and experienced growth of 7.2% compared to the same month last year.

Chevrolet Traverse sold 119 units in the domestic market, up 48.8% year on an annual basis. With its impressive size and best-in-class power, the Traverse remains a popular choice among imported large SUVs.

“Chevrolet’s globally strategic vehicles are garnering favorable feedback from both local and international customers,” said GM’s Korean Operations Vice President of Vehicle Sales and Service Gustavo Colossi. “In 2023, the Chevrolet Trax Crossover and The New Trailblazer secured the top two positions in cumulative exports of domestic passenger vehicles.”

In February, GM is offering unprecedented promotions for key models, including the Chevrolet Trax Crossover, The New Trailblazer, Traverse and Tahoe, as well as the GMC Sierra, to sustain the positive momentum. Chevrolet is holding a range of exclusive promotions. It is presenting diverse installment options for Trailblazer buyers, including combined installments or unique plans that blend cash incentives with installment benefits. Comprehensive details are available on the Chevrolet website (https://www.chevrolet.co.kr/) and the GMC website (https://www.gmckorea.co.kr/).

* Cadillac performance is excluded from the monthly performance of GM’s Korean Operations.