Chevrolet do Brasil informs that the Tracker in its version intended for People with Disabilities (PwD), will have changes in its standard content, with the current “R8T” package being replaced by the “R8U” package.
Despite the replacement of content, the Chevrolet Tracker will continue to be offered with only 12 months (1 year) of factory warranty. The manufacturer will continue to offer an additional one or two year warranty to PwD’s customers. Since to add another year of warranty, the amount of R $ 999.00 (totaling two years) will be charged. To add two years, the amount of R $ 1,899.00 (totaling three years) is charged.
As for content changes, the new “R8U” package will bring the following changes: matte black roof rack, black electric rear-view mirrors, removal of the trunk lid and fabric seats with the same pattern as the access version ( to 1.0 MT). In return, Chevrolet will start offering OnStar and WI-FI services, including the 3-month free period (but will only be available for full activation from July 2).
Chevrolet also informs that this “R8U” package will be available for a limited period and volume, as it will continue to offer 16 ″ alloy wheels, the same already offered in the current version.
Photos: PCD tracker (current version)
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