Chevrolet Beat LT (O) (Petrol) (2013)

Chevrolet Beat LT (O) (Petrol) (2013)

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₹ 4,92,000
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Discontinued

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QUICK FACTS & INFORMATION
Car Type Hatchback
Fuel Type Petrol
ENGINE & TRANSMISSION
Maximum Power 82 Bhp @ 6400 rpm
Maximum Torque 108 Nm @ 4400 rpm
Engine Details 1199cc
PERFORMANCE & MILEAGE
Mileage (City) 15.00 kmpl (approx.)
Mileage (Highway) 18.0 kmpl (approx.)
DIMENSIONS & WEIGHT
Overall Length 3640 mm
Overall Width 1595 mm
Overall Height 1520 mm
Wheelbase 2375.0 mm
Ground Clearance 165.00 mm
Kerb Weight 965.00 kg
CAPACITY
Seating Capacity 5
Boot Space 170.00 litres
Fuel Tank Capacity 35.00 litres
BRAKES & SUSPENSION
Brakes Front Disk, Rear Drum
Suspension McPherson Strut, Compound Link Type
WHEELS & TYRES
Alloy Wheels
Tyre Size 155/70 R14
COMFORT & CONVENIENCE
Steering Adjustment (Rake)
Steering Mounted Controls
Rear AC Vents
Remote Fuel Filler
Steering Adjustment (Reach)
Air Conditioner Climate Control
Power Steering Tilt
Rear Defogger
Rear Washer & Wiper
Rain Sensing Wipers
Power Windows
Remote Boot Release
EXTERIOR FEATURES
Body Coloured Bumpers
Outside Rear-view Mirrors Both Side Electric
Tinted Glass
INTERIOR FEATURES
Sunroof
ACTIVE & PASSIVE SAFETY FEATURES
Airbags 2
Parking Sensors
BRAKING & TRACTION
Electronic Brake Distribution (EBD)
Anti-lock Braking System (ABS)
Electronic Stability Program (ESP)
Traction Control
LOCKS & SECURITY
Central Locking Remote
INSTRUMENTATION
Trip Distance 2
Tachometer
LIGHTING
Xenon Headlamps
Front Fog Lights
Darkness Sensing Headlamps
ORVM Turn Indicators
INFOTAINMENT
Music System Dash Integrated MP3 Player
SEATS & UPHOLSTERY
Leather Seats Optional
Folding Rear Seats
Rear Centre Armrest No
Driver Seat Adjustment Manual

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Perfect car for me within my budget

Sanjay Kumar | 6 months ago
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It was a great experience owning the Chevrolet Beat for the past few years. It was the perfect car for me within my budget, as it provided great mileage and had a great 60:40 split option which gave me a lot of flexibility even in the lower models. I also had a 5-year extended warranty which gave me peace of mind in terms of expenses. Unfortunately, General Motors has decided to close the production of the Chevrolet Beat, and while we don't know the reason behind their decision, it is undoubtedly a sad day for the Beat family.

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Offers a smooth ride with good space

Sachin Sharma | 2 months ago
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After having driven over 1 lakh kilometers in my Chevrolet Beat, I can safely say that it offers a smooth ride with good space and can comfortably seat 5 people. The mileage provided is also quite decent at 20 km/l in city with A/C and 25 km/l on the highway. The engine is a 1000 cc, which is quite powerful. 

The only downside I have experienced is the cost of servicing, which can be quite expensive. The resale value of the car is also not very good. With Chevrolet shutting down their operations in India, it has become difficult to find spare parts.

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Ride was excellent and the braking was top notch

Charan Singh | One month ago
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The buying experience of the LT petrol 2010 model was great. The car was in good condition and was priced at Rs. 2.50 lakh. The ride was excellent and the braking was top notch. The wheel radius was very good, allowing the car to turn in tight corners with ease. The car looks like a sports car with its sharp and curvy body. 

The service and parts are low cost and available to everyone. The pros of the car include the AC modes and temperature control, while the cons include suspension and tail light problems during the rainy season, as well as water entering the lamps due to poor quality of fixing.

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Exceeded my expectations

Lokesh Goyal | 4 months ago
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I have been driving my Chevrolet Beat since August 2017, and I must say that this car has exceeded my expectations. The car is quite stylish and has an eye-catching look. The exterior design is absolutely stunning, and I find myself staring at this car every time I take it out for a spin. 

Comfort-wise, I am 5'10" and I sometimes experience a few niggles during long rides due to its low leg room. The drive is very smooth, but the boot space is quite limited - a long road trip with four people and their baggage is not possible with this car. The music system and speakers are good, but I did have an issue with the speakers as one of the layers was torn off. 

Thankfully, I managed to get it repaired. The air conditioning performance is very good. Performance-wise, I haven't had any major issues so far. The coolant piping system was replaced by the previous owner, and I am now planning to replace the clutch plates due to a back gear issue. The mileage I'm getting is 17 kmpl on highways and 15 kmpl in cities with the air conditioning on. I always drive with the mirrors closed. As far as service and maintenance is concerned, due to the fact that Chevrolet has discontinued the production of this car, I am limited to a single service center in and around Hyderabad. This can be quite expensive, costing up to Rs. 6-8000 for a general service. 

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Learning to drive was a breeze

Animesh Choudhary | 9 years ago
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The buying experience of the Chevrolet Beat was super easy and the car was delivered to me in no time. Learning to drive was a breeze, thanks to its comfortable driving seat and well-gripped steering wheel. Its powerful engine made the car feel reliable and its impressive interior was a bonus. Moreover, it has all the essential functions that one can expect from a car in this budget.

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