Chevy Groove Compact Crossover Costs Only $12,000, But There’s A Catch


Crossovers and SUVs aren’t just popular in the US. Both segments have seen growth elsewhere, including Latin America, where today Chevy expanded its lineup with a new compact crossover called the Groove. The Detroit-based automaker introduced the new model in Chile, though it’ll be available across Latin America, the Middle East, and Africa. And it’s cheap, though don’t expect to find the bargain buy on US dealer lots.

The Groove, available in LT and Premier trims, packs a 110-horsepower (82-kilowatt) 1.5-liter four-cylinder. Front-wheel drive and a six-speed manual gearbox are standard equipment on the crossover in Chile, according to GM Authority. The Groove is a result of the SAIC-GM-Wuling Chinese joint venture, and it should look a tad familiar. Underneath the Golden Bow Tie badge is a Baojun 510. It’s similar to the Baojun 530-based…

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