Here's a direct way of finding out where you can get your car serviced if an authorised Chevrolet workshop is what you're looking for.
Recently, Chevrolet reiterated its commitment to Indian customers by announcing continued aftersales support well beyond 2024. This would certainly be a welcome move for all current Chevrolet car owners in the country who'd been feeling helpless since the brand's departure from the Indian market over five years ago. To ensure this support, the brand claims that it has 'a dedicated Chevrolet team responsible for overseeing a service network, training centre, and full-fledged warehousing and logistics operation, to make genuine parts available for customers.'
According to the brand, the service network mentioned above comprises over 150 touchpoints across the country, which not only offer service support but also an over-the-counter sale of genuine spare parts, including batteries and lubes. Plus, customers can also get their vehicles inspected free of charge for all open recall campaigns. This includes the Takata airbag safety recall for Cruze.