The Chevrolet beat is a mid-sized hatchback from the American car maker. It was first introduced at the Delhi Auto Expo in 2010 and it was meant with realitve success. The car is based on the same platform as the Spark, but it comes with a much better design. The Beat competes with the Hyundai i10, Maruti Suzuki Ritz, Nissan Micra, Honda Brio and Tata Indica. The Beat comes with both petrol and diesel engines.
Reviewed on Apr 03, 2012
I having beat diesel PS model it give me exellent mileage I am from Bhilwara Rajasthan I travel last week 2078km bhilwara to vishakhapattnam(A.P) in that journey total fuel burn 80 litres. In this journy total traveling time 3 hours I spend in trafic jamm.
Reviewed on Dec 15, 2011
Chevrolet beat vs Tata Indica comparison. Where Beat beats to Indica Looks, fit and finish Looks: As far as looks go the Beat is clearly the more contemporary of the two as the Indica’s design is now quite old. The Beat’s sharp lines are refreshing. Fit and finish: The Indica has never really been a shining example of fit and finish. In fact, that’s been one of the major reasons it is not very popular with individuals. The Beat clearly has better fit and finish, be it plastic quality, shutlines or build quality and noise dampening levels. Overall, the Beat is a superior product compared to the Indica eV2 Performance The new Indica eV2 has had its power bumped up to 70 bhp, but puts out only 140 Nm of torque from its 1.4 litre diesel engine, mated to a 5-speed manual transmission with widely-spaced gear ratios. While the Indica is no slouch, it isn’t quick to accelerate compared to many of the other hatchbacks. It’s been tuned for fuel economy and cruising ability. The Beat diesel on the other hand has higher torque of 150 Nm from its smaller 1-litre diesel engine that puts out 58 bhp of power and is coupled with a 5-speed manual box. The Beat’s lighter kerb weight and shorter gearing make it accelerate better, and the more modern multijet derived 3-cylinder engine is better refined than the Indica’s engine. Handling in the Beat is superior to the Indica. Features When it come to features on offer across the Chevrolet Beat range, it has a lot more to offer compared to the Indica. The top-end Beats feature integrated audio systems, climate control and rain-sensing wipers, rear wiper, as well as airbags and ABS. The Indica on the other hand is bereft of safety features, though the top end version does get a music system and power windows. Clearly the Beat offers far more comfort features than the Indica. Pricing The Chevrolet Beat has been cleverly priced even below the comparable version of the Tata Indica. The base diesel variant of the Beat is priced at Rs. 4.29 lakh and offers power steering and AC. The comparable version of the Indica eV2 is the LE, which is priced at Rs. 4.34 lakh ex-showroom Delhi. Though the Indica eV2 may offer a little more space, it’s hard to beat the Beat on pure price value. Where Indica beats Beat Comfort When it comes to ride comfort, it’s hard to beat the sheer space that the Indica offers. No wonder that the car is highly popular as a cab. It can comfortably seat five adults with adequate legroom, legroom and moderate luggage space. The Beat, on the other hand, has great front seats, but the rear seat feels a little claustrophobic because of the use of dark upholstery and small rear windows. Luggage space is quite minimal.
Reviewed on Aug 03, 2011
Car is average but poor after sales service. The plus point is only look. Pay attention is donot belive any thing about the dealer said and take the proof what the dealer said otherwise dealer will do cheat and you are going to be suffer in near future.Car give the average on city is 10 km/l and in highway is 13 km/l with ac. The ground clearence is very low it is not suitable for Indian road
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Reviewed on Nov 08, 2010
Beat looks beautiful from front as well as rear. The styling is excellent as well as performance. Riding and handling are very good. Feels excellent grip on the road at curves and bends. I think a little more ground clearance would have been better on the Indian roads. There is enough room and leg space inside. The positioning of front seats are commendable and very good for long rides. I made a few checks with the mileage. I found I am getting around 14 - 15 km/L during the local rides in Kerala. Commenting upon quality and reliability I never had an opportunity to visit Service center except for the prescribed service check-ups.
Reviewed on Oct 02, 2010
This is the best car I have ever seen so I recommended that this is the best car for the family and for fun riding so my suggestion is that that is the right choice for buying the best car beat is that new transformers car that car has shown in the transformers film the blue car is the beat