There are no changes to the exterior and cosmetically the Enjoy looks the same. It is the interior of the car that gets new features. The biggest change comes in the form of the new three-spoke steering wheel that gets steering-mounted audio controls. There are a few chrome embellishments on the A/C vents, door handles, gear knob and parking brake, while the door arm-rests get a glossy black finish.
There are no changes to the powertrain and the MPV continues to be offered with the same set of petrol and diesel engine options. The diesel variant comes powered by the 1.3-litre Multi-jet mill that produces 75bhp of power and 172.5Nm of torque. The petrol version employs the 1.4-litre powerplant that churns out 100bhp of power and 131Nm of torque. The transmission options include just a five-speed manual gearbox.
Arvind Saxena, President and Managing Director, General Motors India, said, "The Chevrolet Enjoy continues to be the most value-for-money proposition in the compact MPV segment. With a host of refreshing new changes including a brand new three-spoke sporty steering wheel with audio controls, the new Chevrolet Enjoy is even more up-market and appealing thereby addressing the dual needs for family travel and business use."
The new Chevrolet Enjoy is available in six colours namely velvet red, switchblade silver, summit white, caviar black, linen beige and sandrift grey. The Enjoy competes with the Nissan Evalia, Honda Mobilio, Renault Lodgy and Maruti Suzuki Ertiga in the MPV segment in our country. This is the only MPV from Chevrolet in India at the moment that serves as a spacious seven/eight seater MPV. It will be soon joined by the Chevrolet Spin MPV.