Chevrolet road test reviews
Americans are known for their obsession with buffed up things. Let it be their decked up 'beef' burgers or their vehicles, size has always been their top most priority. I have grown up watching American daily soaps and due to my innate love for automobiles, I always researched the cars used in them.
It has been nearly two years since General Motors launched the Sail twins in the country, and the model also happened to be on the company's priority list. The pricing was kept very aggressive for both the hatchback and sedan against its competition. The cars were spacious and built strongly with a
The Cruze has always been a centrepiece for General Motors in India. Its powerful diesel engine and muscular design captured the heart of many who bought it and stuck with it. Since its first iteration in 2009, the Cruze has always been considered an American muscle with brilliant styling and a bomb
Hatchbacks are the need of the hour. Look around you; the roads are queued of never ending hatchback trails. Everybody has one and the ones who don?t are planning to buy one soon. The market then starts giving you new options every quarter, each one a bit better than the previous. We will be talking
Chevrolet Beat has always been a successful model for General Motors in our country. After charming the audience by acting in ‘Transformers’ as a small peppy ‘Autobot’, the Beat was launched with radical looks and frugal engines. But the market has been flooded with other alternatives by several man
It’s a first from the American manufacturer; Chevrolet Enjoy aims to break the traditional shackles of the Tavera thereby giving Indian consumers something different, which is more enjoyable in the MPV segment.
Riding on the success of the Beat and the Cruze, Chevrolet India introduced the Sail hatchback and sedan replacing its aged U-VA and Aveo. The Sail hatchback has been here for a while and now the Sail NB makes its entry. We were impressed with the space and comfort of the U-VA and we were expecting
General Motors had introduced the Chevrolet Aveo U-VA here in India in the year 2006. The Aveo U-VA was the first large hatch from Chevrolet for the Indian market and came with only 1.2-liter petrol engine option. The Chevrolet Aveo U-VA was spawned on the GM-Daewoo T200 platform however the hatch d
General Motors is on a refresh spree lately. Two of its key products, the Chevrolet Cruze sedan and the Chevrolet Captiva crossover SUV got rejuvenated and tweaked. We drove the New Cruze some time back and were mighty impressed with it. Unlike the New Cruze that has got its changes mostly in the te
Chevrolet Cruze has turned around the fortunes for General Motors India along with the Beat and the Spark. The Cruze has been around for long now and has sold handsomely since its launch in 2009. The Chevrolet Cruze has been a dominating model in the segment and a strong performer too. The recent ad
With the recent rise in fuel prices the demand for Diesel cars has shot drastically, many car manufacturers are getting diesel versions of their models. The small car segment has few Diesel options and General Motors is taking advantage of this by introducing the Diesel version of their successful s