Chevrolet Enjoy MPV Test mule spied in Gurgoan

  • Chevrolet’s second new product for 2012 Enjoy MPV
  • Top end model caught testing, launch by Diwali 2012
  • To come in 2 engine options

A couple of days back while travelling from Gurgoan to Faridabad we spotted the Chevy Enjoy MPV, but were not able to catch it as the van was on the other side of the highway. On Saturday while moving through the busy streets of Gurgoan we spot this van parked close to a market.

Out comes our camera and we quickly managed to get a couple of photos before the drivers or some officials come and spoil the photoshoot. The Van caught testing seemed like the top end model.

More details of the Enjoy MPV

The Enjoy will bear the typical Chevrolet design in India with a large grille (Chrome in this case) and the e Chevrolet bowtie logo? in the centre. At the rear the van gets large tail lamps which remind us of the Xylo. Reverse parking sensors which again would be confined to the top model is a very useful feature especially while reversing.

Door handles are body coloured and the outer rear mirrors does not get the body colour treatment while. The Enjoy gets pleasant looking wheel caps a large chrome stripe at the rear to give it an upmarket feel.

Coming to the interiors the Enjoy seems very spacious and boasts some quality interiors. Seating options includes 2+2+3 with captain seats in the middle row. Beige Leatherette seats again a top feature gives the Van a more spacious feel.  The third row was folded which exposed the large boot.

The centre console gets a simple design with 3 air vents for extra cooling. The knobs seem a bit old fashion and overall the design seems plain. The gear knob gets a wood inserts.

The new Chevrolet MPV is designed for those who want a spacious, comfortable and well-styled vehicle to enjoy life with their loved ones. It offers space for large families, with flexi-seating and a choice of seven or eight seats. The MPV will also see a mid 2012 launch and will be sold initially with a 1.4-litre petrol engine churning out 94.6bhp.

Among its comfort amenities is dual-row air-conditioning. It also provides outstanding ride and handling. High-strength and ultra-high-strength steel are used in the body and chassis. In addition, the MPV comes with a host of active and passive safety features such as dual air bags, safety belts with load limiters, anti-lock brakes and tubeless tyres.

The Chevrolet Enjoy MPV was unveiled at the 2012 Auto Expo and the name was later revealed.  The Enjoy MPV will be the third product from the SAIC-GM tie up in India. The first two will be the Sail twins: Sedan and Hatchback.