New Chevrolet Tavera Neo 3 launched at Rs. 6.72 lakhs

Chevrolet Tavera Neo 3 - FrontView

General Motors has silently launched its all new Chevrolet Tavera Neo 3 in India. The new Chevrolet Tavera price in India has been unveiled as well. The new Neo3 starts at Rs 6.72 lakh ex showroom Delhi and its high-end model which is new Chevrolet Tavera Neo 3 LT-7(C) has now a price tag of Rs 10.02 lakh. The Chevrolet Tavera Neo 3 LS-10 seater entry level trim price is Rs 6.72 lakh ex showroom Delhi. The new prices have been updated just officially and with the new prices the competition in the MPV market in India is expected to stiffen. The new vehicle has been made available in the showrooms across the country. The Tavera Neo BSII versions have been replaced by their counterpart BSIII versions.  The Tavera BSIV with 2.0 liter engine variant price is still awaited.

The Tavera Neo 3 will also be available for Ambulance purposes and its price has been kept low at Rs 6.36 lakh. The Neo 3 is available in 6, 7, 8, 9, and ten seater options. Compared to the Neo2 version, the Neo3 is much improved and has kept comfort and convenience at priority apart from keeping mileage and performance in sight. The new Tavera Neo 3 has new headlamps with side indicators part of the headlamp assembly and are of swept back style that is in vogue. The front grille too has received a serious makeover with larger air dam and broader grille with the big Chevrolet badge sitting right at the centre of the horizontal separation.

Chevrolet Tavera Neo 3 - RearView

The NEO 3 also got a new engine which is the TCDI engine. The 2L diesel engine comes with the direct injection technology and thus promises power with mileage delivery hand in hand. Besides the new engine is BSIII compliant making the Neo 3 to continue its presence in all cities. With lower torque, the new Neo 3 is capable of performing the cities even in intense traffic and on the highways with greater power apart from getting a longer engine life.


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