The Chevrolet Agile is a subcompact car that was developed by Chevrolet in Brazil and built in Argentina. The vehicle was powered by a Family 1 engine 1.4 L flex-fuel engine.
Based on the "GPiX Concept" which was introduced at the 2008 São Paulo Auto Show, the Agile went on sale in 2009 and competes with the Volkswagen Fox and similar models. The second generation Chevrolet Montana coupé utility shares the same platform with Agile, as well as the 1.4 L engine.
The Agile was available in two trim levels; LT and LTZ, with a base LS in some markets. Anti-lock braking systems are available on the LTZ model.
In most South American markets, the 1389cc engine produces 92 PS (68 kW; 91 bhp) and 120 N⋅m (89 lb⋅ft). The Brazilian Agile Flexfuel 1.4L 8-valve engine produces 97 PS (71 kW; 96 bhp) and 129 N⋅m (95 lb⋅ft) torque with petrol, 102 PS (75 kW; 101 bhp) and 132 N⋅m (97 lb⋅ft)with ethanol.
The Chevrolet Agile has been rated as totally unsafe by Latin NCAP, scoring zero stars for adult occupants and two stars for children.
General Motors launched the Chevrolet Onix in 2012 to replace Chevrolet Celta. However the close size to Agile has made its future uncertain.
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