GM revealed this Friday (10) the prices of the cheaper versions of the new Chevrolet Montana pickup truck.
The model features a 1.2 turbo flex engine (133 hp) and is only offered in versions with a double cabin. It is 4.72 meters long, with a bucket capable of carrying 874 liters of luggage.
The entry option brings a six-speed manual transmission and costs R$ 116.9 thousand. Get to know all the versions and their main series items:
Montana (manual transmission, BRL 116.9 thousand) — Six airbags, electronic stability controls, air conditioning, LED daytime running lights, tire pressure monitoring system, electrically operated tailgate, automatic headlights, hill start assistant, trip computer, electric locks and windows with key-operated opening and closing system, electric steering, height-adjustable steering column, USB ports for first-row passengers, gearshift indicator, MyLink multimedia system with 8-inch screen and wireless projection for Android Auto and Apple CarPlay.
Montana LT (manual transmission, BRL 122 thousand) — Adds 16-inch aluminum wheels, marine canopy, roof rack, trunk lighting, rear window defogger and USB port for those traveling in the second row of seats.
Montana LTZ (six-speed automatic transmission, BRL 134,500) — All LT items plus reverse sensor, steering with height and depth adjustments, 17-inch wheels, leather-wrapped steering wheel, present key and cruise control (autopilot).
Montana Premier (six-speed automatic transmission, R$ 140,500) — All LTZ items plus blind spot alert, induction charger for smartphones, headlights with LEDs on high and low beams, air conditioning with digital temperature adjustment.
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