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New 2017 Chevrolet Beat spotted testing

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IMG-20170219-WA0004 (Copy).jpg                                        New images of the 2017 Chevrolet Beat emerged. As seen, the new model has the same silhouette with major changes coming at front- and rear-end. This will be the top-end variant, apparently, given the inclusion of alloy wheels, rear wiper and defogger. If reports are to be believed, the car won't bear any mechanical change, which means a 1.2-liter petrol and 1-liter diesel powertrain will be on duty. What are your views on this new model people? Do you think it will allow Chevrolet to shake things up for competitors like Maruti and Hyundai?IMG-20170219-WA0003 (Copy).jpgIMG-20170219-WA0001 (Copy).jpg

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Chevrolet Beat has been an amazing product by GM. It is still quite popular among GM current portfolio. The car has been fun to drive, great handler and has good suspension. Only drawback is rear seats. Leg space is decent but black interiors and small window don't provide much airiness to the cabin. Saying that, it is still an ideal car for individuals and rare small trips with family/friends to the mall. 

The small chevy has seen drop in sales recently since nothing much has changes since 2008 launch except a minor facelift. This will surely revive sales but since it is mechanically identical is disappointing. Diesel power bump is surely what the competition demands (Grand i10 just got one, Celerio Diesel discontinued). Petrol is still fun and good handler.

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