Chevrolet Enjoy PriceList
Chevrolet Enjoy Specifications
Dimension & Weights
|Overall Length||4305 mm|
|Overall Width||1680 mm|
|Overall Height||1750 mm|
|Ground Clearance||165 mm|
|No of Cylinders||4|
Chevrolet Enjoy Features
|Chevrolet Enjoy||1.4 LS - 8||1.4 LS - 7||1.4 LT - 8||1.4 LT - 7||1.4 LTZ - 8||1.4 LTZ - 7||1.3 LS - 7||1.3 LS - 8||1.3 LT - 8||1.3 LT - 7||1.3 LTZ - 8||1.3 LTZ - 7|
Chevrolet Enjoy Colors
- Velvet Red
- Caviar Black
- Linen Beige
- Switchblade Silver
- Sand Drift Grey
- Summit White
Expert Test Drive Review
Inside thanks to its monocoque construction, the Chevrolet Enjoy ‘enjoys’ a more spacious interior due to its low floor and despite its relatively compact dimensions, the interiors feels airy and extremely spacious. We had the top of the line version on test which had two captain seats in the middle row and hence is a 7-seater. Other versions of the Enjoy have a bench in the second row thus making it an 8-seater. The seats themselves are quite comfortable and legroom, headroom is quite good in the first two rows. Move to the third row and things are not bad though it will not be comfortable for three there so in our opinion it is best for two adults.
Still it is refreshing to note that you can actually fit anyone from the human species there. Speaking of getting in thanks to the low floor that we have earlier talked about, it is quite easy- something which many family members will no doubt appreciate.There are no sliding doors instead you get conventional ones but as said earlier it feels roomy inside and is no doubt the Enjoy’s biggest asset.The design itself is simple but well thought out and everything is easy to use. It may lack the sportiness of the Ertiga but it gets the job done. Where we feel the Enjoy lacks is in the quality department as the fit and finish could have been better. It also lacks features like steering controls, Bluetooth, climate control and a dead pedal for the driver though you do get USB, Aux, single din audio system, height adjustable driver’s seat and roof mounted aircon at the rear. Boot space is quite generous especially since the third row can be folded.
The Enjoy has ample space even with three rows
The Enjoy has a simple to read speedometer
The gear lever of the Enjoy is easy to reach
The Enjoy has a pair of cup holders
The Enjoy looks quite pleasant. The Enjoy also is quite compact with a length of 4305mm and overall is a nicely balanced design that is simple. It does remind you of the Mercedes Viano and that says a lot! Our favourite part of the Enjoy’s styling has to be the front with its chrome surround three-dimensional grille and leaf style fog lamps. The headlamps are nicely shaped and all that chrome detailing upfront gives it a more premium look. The Enjoy has 14 inch wheels and in our opinion they look a tad small considering the size. Move to the rear and the design is simple but still quite pleasant. When it comes to the issue of the build quality we had found the fit and finish to be decent. Overall the Chevrolet Enjoy comes across a pleasant looking MPV and GM India has worked to make it more appealing and look more premium.
The Chevrolet Enjoy has a 1.3l SMARTECH Turbo-charged diesel with 76 bhp and a 1.4l SMARTECH petrol engine with 103 bhp. Let’s deal with the petrol first. While the spec sheet reads 103 bhp, it does not quite feel like that when you drive it. Just like the Sail sedan we had tested earlier this petrol engine has to be revved if you have to get the best out of it. When we switched to the diesel it was a much better show as it suits the character of the car better. With 76 bhp and 188Nm of torque on offer it offers a more relaxed driving experience compared to the petrol the reason being that you do not have to work through the gears that much and it is far less noisy than the petrol when in full chat. In fact we feel the diesel Enjoy feels better than the Ertiga diesel which has more turbo lag and can be a handful in traffic. Driving in the city is effortless and you do not have to shift down to overtake. The Chevrolet Enjoy has a 5-speed manual gearbox and while the shift action is not precise with a long throw it is quite light and easy to use.
We had both the petrol and diesel Enjoy’s for a full day and we managed to test its handling also. When it comes to handling the Enjoy is rear wheel drive and when shown some corners it actually does pretty good though there is some body roll but it is not hugely apparent. The small wheels and soft suspension limit the fun but it is quite competent. The steering on the other hand feels light and effortless to use which is a boon in the city traffic. In fact driving the Enjoy is traffic is very easy with the tight turning circle helping in this matter and with the top of the line variant having parking sensors, parking too was easy. The Enjoy diesel has a ground clearance of 161 mm and the petrol has 165 mm.
The Chevrolet Enjoy has a MacPherson strut with coil springs and a stabiliser bar at front while at the rear there is a 5-link coil spring suspension. The soft suspension gobbles up all the bad roads and potholes that you can throw at it. The ride does not get overly choppy and it is quite comfortable. While we liked the ride quality of the Enjoy there was a fair bit of noise seeping into the cabin.
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