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2012 Chevy Colorado, Thailand

While Ford has announced it’s throwing in the towel on the domestic smaller pickup market, GM has unveiled that the new 2012 Chevy Colorado, which went into production last week in Thailand, will also be produced for the North American market. GM isn’t yet saying where it will be built, or when it might go on sale, but it will be interesting to see if the announcement doesn’t stir up some activity in the Ford boardroom. The current Ford Ranger is being phased out and Ford has no (current) plan to replace it. We’ll see.

— Jim Corbran, You Auto Know


  • uncabobbo

    Either build it here in the U.S., build it in Thailand but require that for every one they export to the U.S. they must import an American made car there, or…simply disallow importing it at all.

    • Jim Corbran

      They’d never import it from Thailand. My guess is it will be built somewhere in the U.S. or Canada… Mexico maybe, but not likely what with the new labor agreement.