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Published on June 30th, 2011 | by Daniel Sherman Fernandez


Chevrolet Cruze and Captiva for Malaysian Police?

Held during the 2nd General Police & Special Equipment Exhibition and Conference (GPEC ASIA 2011) at the Putrajaya International Convention Centre, the Chevrolet Cruze and Captiva clad in its new uniform can be seen throughout the event from the 27 till the 29 of June.  Gracing the event would be YB Dato Hishammuddin Tun Hussein, Minister of Home Affairs Malaysia and also Datuk Wira SM Faisal Tan Sri SM Nasimuddin, NAZA Group of Companies Joint Group Executive Chairman as they unveil the new members of the police force. Keys will be presented by Datuk Wira to Dato’ Hishammuddin to signify the handing over of the 3 cars which are the two Chevrolet Captivas and a Chevrolet Cruze to the police force. “I am certain that the Chevrolet Cruze and Captiva will exceed the stringent requirement of the police force”, said Datuk Wira.
A number of 60 Chevrolet Captivas presented by NAZA Quest will also be used as the official car for its VIPs, guests and international delegates. It is certainly an honour for NAZA Quest as their very own Chevrolet Captiva has been given a boost of confidence for both its brand and reputation of our cars as a safe, reliable and premium choice for the discerning individual.
The Chevrolet has been an iconic brand in America since 1911 and it has certainly uphold its reputation by being synonymous with a safe and pleasurable driving experience. Chevrolet is also far from being new in the world of law enforcement. In fact, it has been the preferred choice of the United States Police as it boasts of high performance, reliability, safety and versatility a plus point in this line of work.

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