A performance oriented little maestro
Pros : Capacious and attractive interiors and competing performance
Cons : Looks like a Chinese product and music system is less efficient
Chevrolet is unarguably one of the best and the top auto companies of the world. But for sure it has been struggling to make its mark in the Indian subcontinent. About a decade ago, when Chevrolet stepped into the Indian market, it launched an MUV called Chevrolet Tavera. Chevrolet Tavera was a hit in the market, for everybody bought it for Taxi purpose. But Toyota Innova brought the sales of this car down.
Now, Chevrolet is again trying to make it big in India. Chevrolet Beat is its desperate attempt at surviving in the market. Chevrolet Beat is a mid range hatchback, competing with the likes of Maruti Swift, Hyundai i10 and Tata Indica Vista. Chevrolet Beat is a nice small car, and it has some different features as compared to other cars.
I too own a Chevy Beat 1.2 LS petrol, basically, I bought Chevrolet Beat for its nice interiors and performance. Chevrolet has worked nicely to make the interiors as good as possible. The dashboard is sporty and the whole cabin is stylish, spacious and luxurious.
At a swift paddle acceleration uphill, you can judge the commendable power of this car. While you take a sharp turn, the balance of this car is totally spotless. However, the music system of this car seems to be lesser exciting than my another machine Ford Figo.
The headlamps are big, and have an altogether different look. These are not designed in the regular fashion, but that is what makes this car stand out among the crowd. Same is the case with rear lamps, though I don’t much like the rear appearance of this car as it looks like a Chinese electric vehicle from back glance.