The Chevrolet Enjoy is an MPV that was launched in 2013. The vehicle is available in 7-seater and 8-seater configurations with petrol and diesel engine options. The petrol engine is a 1.4-litre unit producing 104 PS of power and 131 Nm of torque while the oil-burner is a Fiat-sourced 1.3-litre Multijet unit producing 77.5 PS of power and 188 Nm of torque. Even though the Enjoy is a good vehicle, it doesn’t generate as many sales as its direct competitor Maruti Suzuki Ertiga. It is a common practice by many manufacturers to launch limited or special editions of their slow-moving vehicles and hence Chevrolet has now launched the Enjoy Limited Edition.
There aren’t many significant changes to the so called limited edition. The manufacturer has just added a few accessories like wood trims on the dashboard, ORVMs with turn indicators, chrome kit which covers the tail lights, door handles and rear number plate garnish, roof rails and some additional stickers on the side. These accessories have a love it or hate it feel. While these extra fittings would appeal to some prospective buyers, they would surely not turn as deal-makers for customers. The Enjoy is available with benefits of Rs. 33,000/- and free accessories worth Rs. 14,000/- are anyways available to all buyers.
Honestly, it hardly makes any sense to launch such limited editions that are fitted with mere accessories that are already available aplenty in the aftermarket. Customers would rather buy a regular Chevrolet Enjoy and customise it according to their tastes which would be a far better option. The Chevrolet Enjoy Limited Edition is priced Rs. 5.30 lakhs for the base petrol variant while the Maruti Ertiga costs Rs 6.44 lakhs (ex-showroom, Mumbai) for the base LXi petrol trim.