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Chevrolet reconnects its models to Wifi

The Cruze model includes Wifi connectivity through a 4G chip. At the end of November Onix was also incorporated.  

In 2016 Chevrolet revolutionized its General Alvear plant in Santa Fe, Argentina. That year, it said goodbye to the Classic, an economic sedan with presence in the market for 19 years, during which 919,972 units were registered. That archaic car was replaced by the Cruze, which until then came to the country from South Korea. An unprecedented player for the regional market was incorporated: OnStar. It is a permanent remote assistance service that works from inside the vehicle and puts passengers in contact with a Chevrolet call center assistant to solve any car issue.

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