Chevrolet India will discontinue sales of all of its products in India effective December 31, 2017. Its Indian facilities will be utilised for export markets only.
Global NCAP crash tested the Chevrolet Enjoy, which has received an overall safety score of zero stars for adult occupants and two stars for children. The variant tested doesn't get any safety tech like pretensioners in the front seatbelts, ISOFIX anchorages for child booster seats or airbags.
GM India has launched the facelifted version of Chevrolet Enjoy MPV at the price tag of INR 6.24 lacs. The top end variant can be purchased by paying INR 8.79 lacs (ex-showroom, Delhi). The 7-8 seater MPV now comes with subtle exterior changes with major interior modifications. The changes at the outside include chrome accents on the rear license plate and blacked out B-pillars. Interiors are now more opulent with leatherette fabric upholstery, three-spoke steering wheel with mounted audio controls, chrome touches on AC vents and gear knob and a new Chevrolet golden bowtie visible at the center. The car remains unchanged under the hood with the same set of SMARTECH diesel/petrol engines.