Chevrolet Enjoy MPV goes Limited Edition

Snapshot: In the run up to the 2014 Indian Auto Expo. General Motors India has launched a limited edition version of the Chevrolet Enjoy MPV. The limited edition version of the MPV is essentially an accessorized version of the Enjoy. The Enjoy starts at a price of 5.78 lakh rupees going all the way up to 8.26 lakh rupees, ex-showroom Delhi. The MPV is available with 1.4 liter petrol and 1.3 liter turbo diesel engine options. Price and positioning wise, the MPV with Chinese origins competes with the Maruti Suzuki Ertiga. The Enjoy is sold with 7 seat and 8 seat options.

Chevrolet Enjoy MPV goes Limited Edition

Here are the various additions to the Chevrolet Enjoy Limited Edition MPV:

  • Chrome trim for the front bumper, door handles, tail lamps and number plate
  • Turn indicators integrated onto the wing mirrors
  • Roof rails
  • Flank graphics
  • Wood finish for the dashboard

The accessories are said to be worth 14,000 rupees. Mechanically, the Enjoy remains unchanged. The rear wheel driven MPV features a monocoque body, a unique configuration amongst MPVs sold in India. The Enjoy, known as the Wuling Hongguang in China, is a resounding success in that part of the world. In India though, the MPV hasn’t found the same level of traction, what with the likes of the Maruti Ertiga and the Toyota Innova dominating proceedings at the hustings.

Even so, the Enjoy MPV brings in decent numbers for General Motors in India, and is one of the better selling products in the American automaker’s line up here. The Enjoy is sold with two engine options: the 1.4 liter S-TEC petrol engine that outputs 104 PS of peak power and 131 Nm of peak torque, and the 1.3 liter turbo diesel engine that outputs 77 PS of peak power and 188 Nm of peak torque. Top end variants of the Chevrolet Enjoy get ABS+EBD and twin airbags.

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