Launched at a starting price of Rs 5.49 lakh, Chevrolet has now introduced a Limited Edition Enjoy MPV for Rs 5.78 lakh, ex-showroom. Limited Edition Enjoy features better styling updates and extra style, claims Chevrolet India.
At the start of December, Chevrolet India donated 70 One World Futbols to Gunjur School, Bangalore. The move is part of Chevrolet and One World Futbol Project initiative to donate 20,000 nearly indestructible footballs to marginalized and underprivileged children in India.
The Chevrolet Enjoy has bagged the prestigious ‘MPV of the Year 2014’ award by the most coveted automobile publication Bloomberg TV -Autocar India. Mr. Lowell Paddock, President and Managing Director, General Motors India received the award at a glittering ceremony held at Taj Lands End in Mumbai on 20 December, 2013.
Chevrolet Enjoy has surpassed the 10,000 units sales mark on 6th September 2013. Launched in May this year, Chevrolet Enjoy is the 1st vehicle in India to adopt the automaker’s global FNR (Find New Roads) messaging.
Visibility has always been optimum at sportswear retail stores, and of course Manchester United cafes across India. This presence is only going to get more visible in the years to come. Last year General motors signed a 7 year t-shirt sponsorship deal with the club, so, come 2014, and you can’t miss the logo on the red jersey. Chevrolet is the GM brand’s only representative in India at present.
Launch price Rs 6.69 lakh onward for Chevrolet Enjoy diesel MPV with 18.2 kmpl fuel efficiency. The top 3 diesel and petrol variants sport captain seats, making them 7 seaters.
Maruti Ertiga Feliz drives in to see Chevrolet Enjoy. Maruti would need to keep their guard up to ensure the Chevrolet Enjoy MPV launch doesn’t eat into their market share.
Chevrolet India is yet to confirm a launch date for their new Enjoy MPV. But, they have now initiated a new campaign Enjoy Voyage, which gives you a chance to win the all new Chevrolet MPV. Apart from this, the first official images (exterior and interior) of Enjoy are now out and you can view them in the gallery here.
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