India-bound Chevrolet Spin – 2015 Bangkok Live

Posted on: Mar 24, 2015 - 3:21pm IST

First launched in Thailand in March 2013.

GM Thailand is showcasing the Chevrolet Spin MPV at the 2015 Bangkok Motor Show. The 7-seater MPV will also be brought to the Indian market, with a launch taking place next year.

Chevrolet Spin at the 2015 Bangkok Motor Show

The front-end features a recognizable dual front grille, large headlamps, and a body-colored bumper with fog lamps. The rear comes with a pair of wrap-around tail-lamps and a large hatch for boot access. It is also fitted with rood rails for extra practicality. Inside, 2+3+2 MPV has a simple interior with standard equipment like a music system compatible with USB, AUX-in, Bluetooth and optional satellite navigation.

Chevrolet Spin dashboard at the 2015 Bangkok Motor Show

The Chevrolet Spin MPV measures 4.36 meters in length, 1.73 meters in width, 1.68 meters in height and has a ground clearance of 191 mm. It has a wheelbase spanning 2.52 meters and weighs 1,277 kg.

Chevrolet Spin side at the 2015 Bangkok Motor Show

The Spin is powered by a 1,485 cc four-cylinder petrol engine producing 107 hp at 6,000 rpm and 142 Nm of torque at 3,800 rpm mated to a 6-speed automatic transmission. The MPV comes with safety features like driver and front passenger airbags, ABS, engine immobilizer.

Chevrolet Spin rear at the 2015 Bangkok Motor Show

The family van, which is completing two years on the Thai market in 2015, is priced from 762,000 THB (INR 14.14 lakhs). Its main rivals are the Suzuki Ertiga and Honda Mobilio.

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3 thoughts on “India-bound Chevrolet Spin – 2015 Bangkok Live

  1. Rhad Akut says:

    this is a new 2015 model spin? what’s the difference from the previous one?

  2. Joy says:

    Better competitor for Ertiga than the Chevy Enjoy. But I want GM India to understand why they are not able to find success with Sail twins and the Enjoy..

    1. hi2aravind says:

      Sail twins looks outdated from the launch itself. They need stunning looking car to attract crowd otherwise people will be choosing mostly Marutis, Hyundai and Hondas. Ford is able to sell Ecosport because of its stunning looks.

      Enjoy looks too boxy and upper class family might not prefer it. They would go for Ertiga as a safer option.


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