Wednesday, 24 April 2013

Chevrolet Enjoy MPV Information updated on Chevrolet's India website - Official Images

Chevrolet's newest offering for the Indian market is almost here now. The upcoming Maruti Suzuki Ertiga rival - "Enjoy" is already updated on Chevrolet's India website. Enjoy is looking at targeting families wanting to have a spacious and fuel efficient MPV.

Though it is expected to place Chevrolet's Enjoy above Maruti Suzuki Ertiga but if priced at par with Ertiga, and offered with 5 years warranty on engine and 3 years regular warranty on transmission and other parts, it could do wonders for GM India. The pricing should be the key for this vehicle and should be priced as per strategy what Honda had for Amaze - pricing it at par with Dzire.

The front fascia looks better than Maruti Suzuki Ertiga, with 4 chrome slats neatly housing Chevry "bowtie" and clear headlamps on two sides. The leaf shaped fog lamps on two sides of front bumper and a chrome surrounded airdam on the middle makes it look modern and out of conservative styling. The overall design when looked is still on conservative side, on lines of Sail U-VA and sedan and not as stylish as Beat.

The Enjoy features a monocoque chassis and has a rear wheel drive layout. More importantly, it offers a small 1.3L diesel engine that makes 73 BHP and 19.17 Kgm of Torque at 1,750 rpm. A 1.4 liter gasoline engine is part of the lineup as well. Ertiga too offers 1.3SDE diesel engine and .14L Gasoline engine - so technically Enjoy is at par with Ertiga.

6 spoke 14" alloy wheels come standard on the higher end variants. However, dual AC would be standard and will act as boon for middle and last row passengers. Other feature list includes Tilt steering, power windows all round, power mirrors and a height adjustable driver's seat which could form part of the equipment list. Triple cluster chrome surround Instrument cluster looks good and bright blue lights with red tint gives it nice feel, similar to that seen in Chevrolet's Cruze.

Other Images could be viewed here.


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