The Chevrolet Zafira is a seven-seater car marketed by the Chevrolet division of General Motors from 2001 to 2014.
History of the Chevrolet Zafira
Chevrolet Zafira (2001–2005)
After the Opel Astra was discontinued from sales in the Philippines in 2003, the Zafira was offered as the last European-based Opel until 2005. Originally marketed as the Chevrolet Zafira, they sold it with other Opel cars until the Opel label was taken out of the Philippine market by its distributor, GM Philippines. In Bochum, Zafira A production stopped on May 25, 2005.
Chevrolet Zafira (2006–2014)
On February 12, 2005, the second-generation Zafira made its debut in Europe; inside, it was referred to as Zafira B, and sales started on June 9, 2005. It was built on the same platform and used many of the same mechanical components as the Opel Astra H. The Zafira B was unveiled in Singapore in February 2007. Only Europe and Singapore saw the vehicle's debut in March 2007. Sales began in April 2006 in Mexico and in September 2007 in Chile. It was sold as the Chevrolet Zafira in both countries. Though the Zafira C succeeded at the tail end of 2011, the Zafira Family continued to manufacture the previous generation's models until May 2014. The rebranding began in Bochum on May 25, 2005, and included the German market.
The price of a used Chevrolet Zafira ranges from €180 ($174) for the cheapest vehicle in poor condition, rising to €60,990 ($59,099) for a well-maintained Zafira.
General Motors released the Chevrolet Zafira from 2001 to 2014 for its Chevrolet marque.