Chevrolet’s popularity is soaring in the Middle East as new models and old standards continue to sell, in many cases with double digit growth figures. For instance, the latest cars entering the market in the region are the Cruze, Malibu, Camaro and Traverse, which are all selling well. Full size SUVs and popular pick-up trucks which have always been favorites of Middle Easterners, are selling to double-digit figures. A big favourite, the Suburban, which is one of Chevy's oldest models with 75 years behind it, charted growth of 56% in 2010. Others models also doing well are the Tahoe with a 14% growth, the Avalanche at 39% increased sales, and an amazing 74% growth for the Silverado.
These sales figures for 2010 only confirm what most denizens of the Middle East already know: that Chevrolet is a wildly popular car company among citizens of the region.