We have reported a fair bit about the Chevrolet Enjoy MPV, which is currently among the more successful MPVs out there. The Chevrolet Enjoy MPV has been on sale in India for a very attractive starting price of INR 5.49 lakhs. (The Enjoy is pretty hard to beat in “Price per square inch of sheet metal” wars.)
The Chevrolet Enjoy is currently available in as many as three trim levels- LS, LT and LTZ. The top of the line LTZ variant comes with features such as a MP3 player, AC vents for second row, electrically adjustable ORVMs, et al. However, the top variant of Enjoy does feel a bit under equipped when compared to some other vehicles that fall in the same price bracket.
It has now emerged that Chevrolet India might be planning to come up with a new “optional pack” for the Chevrolet Enjoy. Our friend Suvir recently spotted a camouflaged test mule of Enjoy undergoing road tests in Mahabaleshwar. While the test mule sported no hints of any visual change to its exteriors, a look inside the car revealed that the vehicle was equipped with LCD screens mounted on the driver and passenger seats. As can be seen in the image above, the test mule sported a single din CD changer that looks similar to the one found in the LTZ variant. The upcoming Chevrolet Enjoy top model could target private car buyers who have so far found the Enjoy to be a tad utilitarian.
The India spec Enjoy comes with both petrol and diesel engine options. The diesel engine variant is powered by the same 1.3 Multijet engine that powers many cars in Indian car market. The tried and tested diesel engine develops a maximum power of 77.5 PS and a peak torque rating of 188 Nm for the Enjoy. The diesel engine has a claimed FE figure of 18.2 kmpl. The petrol variant of the Enjoy is powered by a 1.4 Litre four cylinder normally aspirated gasoline engine that has been derived from that of the Aveo’s petrol engine. The engine has a max power output of 103 Bhp and a peak torque figure of 131 Nm. The engine is mated to a five speed manual transmission.
Thanks for the image, Suvir Khanna 🙂