General Motors India has launched the facelifted version of Chevrolet Enjoy MPV with a the price range of INR 6.24 lakh - INR 8.79 lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi). There are certain interior and exterior modifications in the 7-8 seater MPV.   Various changes on the new MPV are chrome rear license garnish as standard along with a black B-pillar strips, 3-spoke steering wheel with audio controls, and new leatherette and fabric upholstery among others.

The new Chevrolet Enjoy MPV sports a three-dimensional grille, 'Leaf Style' fog lamps, chrome surround, meshed air dam, and wraparound headlamps. In addition to this there is a triple pod design for the turn indicators, and you are given a choice of 6 colors, namely, Velvet Red, Summit White, Switchblade Silver, Linen Beige, Caviar Black,  and Sandrift Grey.


Chevrolet Enjoy MPV


Inside, it gets dual-tone interiors, triple cluster silver surround instrument panel, chrome embellishments on the inside door handles, AC vents, gear knob and parking lever along with a glossy black finish on the door armrests. There's also the new leatherette and fabric upholstery.

The General Motors claim that the steering, suspension and braking systems have been modified according to the Indian traffic conditions.

Also to all the above modifications, the new MVP also takes care of the safety provisions. It has the optional Anti-lock Brake System (ABS), Rear Park Assist, Electronic Brake-force Distribution (EBD), Dual Front Air Bags, Rear Wash, Rear Window Defogger, and Wipe System, Central Door Locking, Speed-Sensitive Auto Door Locks, Rear Door Child Locks and a Remote Key Locking & Unlocking System with an Electronic Anti-theft System.


  • The interior design just got better
  • Convenient, comfortable and spaciousRear AC with independent rear evaporator
  • Advanced music system
  • Power Adjustable OSRVM
  • Tilt Adjustable Steering 
  • Fuel Efficient with 1.3 litre Diesel Engine and 4-cylinder 1.4 litre petrol engine


  • The absence of ABS in the base variants.
  • Alloy wheels could be offered to lower trims.
  • Ground clearance is below the mark.
  • Fuel efficiency can be improved.

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