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      Chevrolet Sail UVA Petrol and Diesel Review

      Ex-Showroom Chennai Dec 2012 **
      4,51,893 Sail U-VA 1.2
      4,92,521 Sail U-VA 1.2 LS
      5,27,634 Sail U-VA 1.2 LS ABS
      5,67,837 Sail U-VA 1.2 LT ABS
      5,97,730 Sail U-VA 1.3 TCDi LS
      6,30,299 Sail U-VA 1.3 TCDi LS ABS
      6,73,769 Sail U-VA 1.3 TCDi LT ABS
      The diesel is 1.1 Lakh costlier than it petrol counterpart.

      Corporate discount:**
      For identified corporates, 3,000/-
      Service package:*
      Default Chevrolet Promise - 3 years or 45,000 Km (Total estimated service cost will be 25,499/-)
      Warranties:
      Overall: 3 years or 1,00,000 Km whichever is earlier.
      Engine and Transmission: 5 years or 1,50,000 Km which is earlier.
      Accessories: 1 year or 20,000 Km whichever is earlier.
      Offers and packages:**
      Extended Warranty +2 years / +50,000 km @ 7,000/- to be availed within 1 Year of Purchase.
      Extended Service Package - 3 years or 45,000 Km @ 21,499/- (Can be availed when purchasing car. If availed, buyer would have to spend only on fuel for 3 years. All service costs, labor charges, consumables etc will be incurred by the dealer).

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      Click to download Official Brochure.

      Sail U-VA 1.2 Base Dimensions and Weights / Technical Specs *
      3946 Overall Length (mm)
      1690 Overall Width (mm)
      1503 Overall Height (mm)
      2465 Wheel Base (mm)
      174 Ground Clearance (mm)
      248 Boot Space (liter)
      1065 Kerb Weight (kg)
      5 No of Doors

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      Likes:
      • An all-rounder/well packaged car - no significant negative points for a normal Joe.
      • Refreshing design that looks like a mini-Cruze from the front.
      • Painting, fit & finish on the exterior is good and on-par with Hyundai.
      • The Diesel has minimum turbo lag among engines of the same class. City driving is a breeze.
      • Rear bench can seat 3 people comfortably. Good amount of leg space as well in the rear.
      • Light clutch and gear shift is smooth.
      • Good build. You get a feeling that you are driving a heavy car.
      • Highway manners are confidence inspiring.
      • AC is quick and very effective.
      • Braking is excellent.


      Dislikes:
      • Petrol engine lacks the low, mid and high range performance as its competitors (SWIFT, RITZ, I10 and I20)
      • Interior lacks the good finish and is below average. You don't deserve this in a product costing 7 Lakhs.
      • Visibility in the internal rear view mirror is limited. But people used to the Swift will not complain.
      • the rear looks like a station wagon which might not appeal to everyone.
      • Twitchy of steering at high speeds. It should weigh up as speed increases.


      ** Subject to change by dealer/manufacturer. Contact dealer for further details. *All amounts in Rupees.
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      Prologue:
      Chevrolet has replaced its premium hatchback UVA with the Sail UVA. The previous UVA was an utter failure in terms of volume sales as it was a petrol only model in an increasingly diesel dominated market. The new Sail UVA as the moniker hints is the result of the marriage between GM and Chinese Auto manufacturer SAIL.

      Exterior:
      In stark contrast to the radical design of the Beat, the Sail UVA is more subdued and has hints of the last decade in certain places. But seen as a whole the car would please all. The front looks like a mini Cruze which gives the car a good appeal. However the rear looks bad and Chevy should have thought of something better. The front has the trademark Chevy split grill with the big bow-tie emblem. Sufficient chrome has been added which will find positive nods from Indian consumers. The headlamp cluster blends into the grill with elegance. The bonnet is big and gives a striking look to the car when seen from the front or the sides. The car comes in 7 colors out of which the red is surely a head turner. The paint job is excellent as expected from this segment. It will be a detailers dream and after the Punto, the red goes very well on this car. Once on the road, it will be a normal car. It will neither be a head turner nor will be a strain for the eyes.
      The car looks retro just like an MUV from the rear and may not be to every one's liking. The sheet metal looks solid. The plastics are cheap and for sure will not last the distance. Let us take a closer look at the exterior:

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      The current Chevy DNA is quite apparent in the Sail UVA.

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      The rear could have looked better. Note the dated tall tail lights.

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      The only visual difference between the petrol and the diesel models.

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      Elegant headlamp assembly. Widely placed indicator lamps.

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      Fog lamp is small, stylish and is well cocooned in the bumper.

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      Radiator in-take is wide and the black grill goes well with contrasting body colors.

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      The ORVM sticks out of the UVA side door to add flair.

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      Dated tail lamp assembly.

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      Alloy wheels are contemporary. Stock tires do a decent job. Upgrade only if you must.

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      Doors open wide to give easy access. Hatch opens up enough to allow people to stand straight under it. The hatch mechanism is hydraulic.

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      No soft cushion on side handles on doors. Door feel light weight but close with a Honda Jazz like thud. Can store 1l bottles in front door. Short people might find the door handle placed too ahead and out of reach.

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      No storage on rear doors. Windows roll down to 30% only. Door handle placed too behind causing inconvenience.

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      Average boot space can store 3 medium sized travel bags.

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      Rear seats fold away to form a flat floor. Length of flat floor is 5'5".

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      Engine bay side walls are heavily damped to reduce NVH inside the cabin on both petrol and diesel models.

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      ECU placed in vulnerable position in petrol model.

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      Petrol bonnet does not get any damping material at the bottom.

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      ECU placed in vulnerable position in diesel model.

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      Diesel bonnet gets damping material at the bottom.
      Last edited by Innocent; 10th Dec 2012 at 13:08.

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      Interior:
      Space, space and more space! The Sail UVA is now the most spacious hatchback in India. It has enormous space in both front and back rows. Chevy has used the space wisely. The FOH of the car is higher .In fact, it has more space in the back row than most D segment cars. The rear seats are wide enough and flat to allow 3 people to sit comfortably. The transmission hump in the floor is not prominent and does not hinder the middle passenger. The seats while being flat are big and supportive up to the shoulder level. The seats are also sufficiently hard to serve long journeys. Quality of plastics leaves much to be desired. The UVA comes with all beige interiors. While this will require extra effort in maintenance, it gives us an airy feel to the cabin. The center console is functional but plastic quality could have been better. The same is true of the driver console which lacks an MID but sports a quirky digital RPM meter. There is no clock. 250+ lt boot space is better than average as compared to the SWIFT’s meager 190 lt. AC is very effective and chills the cabin quickly on a bright sunny day. The pedals are well placed from each other but the lack of dead pedal will be sorely (pun unintended) missed. NVH levels are low as the cabin is nicely isolated by proper firewall damping. The window controls and centre lock are in the middle as kids sitting in the co passenger seat will always fiddle with them. Let us take a closer look at the interior:

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      Significant leg room up front. Wide open door allows easy entry to the vehicle. Seats are high enough due to being placed above the fuel tank (notice the hump at the bottom of the seat rail).

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      Front dash board is utilitarian design and is in grey-beige color.

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      Ergonomics is spot on. Numerous scoops and storage spaces available on the dash board.

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      Steering comes with tilt alone. Note the minimum tilt.

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      Steering with max tilt down. Not the position of the key hole. Indicator and headlamps control stalk is on the right side.

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      Quirky location of power window and door auto lock buttons.

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      Rear view mirror is small but similar in size to that of the Swift.

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      Front passenger gets vanity mirror. The driver doesn't which could be a let down for women drivers.

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      Conventional gear positions for the petrol models. The gear knob is shroud with leather and smooth plastic on the top. It is comfortable to hold.

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      Unconventional gear position for the diesel models.

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      Door handles get chrome and are sturdy to use.

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      Round AC vents on the sides do the job perfectly. AC chills in minutes at noon.

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      Visibility is great with big windows and slim pillars all around.

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      Speedometer console is plain Jane and is nothing to write home about. Note the digital rev meter. Graphics however is soothing at night.

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      Rear doors open wide and are a boon to the elderly people. There is no walls or wells to step over and into while entering. The floor is nearly flat. Not the large back seats. Under thigh support is excellent. This is the main USP of the Sail UVA and the current bench mark in this segment.

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      Acres of space! That is 6' 3" Anandv267 in the driver seat and 6' 1" Innocent.

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      3 adults can sit comfortably at the back.

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      Min and Max seat positions. Anandv267 can sit with his knees in the concave of the back seats.

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      Sloped foot rest is a segment first. Seat rails are covered with protective plastic fitting.

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      The sloped floor under the front seats provide comfortable foot rest.

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      Side armrest is at the proper height. No center armrest in the rear seat.


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      Front head room is significant...


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      As is the rear head room. 6' 5" people cant sit without their head touching the roof.


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      Windows roll down to 30% on the rear.


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      Front passenger leg room bay is large. Note the front wheel intruding in at the left corner. No dead pedal is provided. Pedals are widely placed though.
      Last edited by Innocent; 10th Dec 2012 at 13:44.

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      Safety:
      Safety has been given much importance in the Sail UVA. The body shell appears to be sturdy save for few flimsy panels in places. Only the LT gets passenger airbags. The driver gets air bags from the LS and upwards. The tires provide excellent grip.

      Ride & Comfort:
      While the suspension is stiff and helps in precise driver feedback, this in no way compromises the ride quality. The Sail UVA dismisses bad roads with ease and all the occupants will hear would be muffled thuds of the suspension working. The chassis feels almost like it is built as ladder on frame. The car feels heavier and does not throw its occupants around with jolts when going through rough patches on the highway.

      Handling:
      The steering is the best thing that Chevy has done to the car. The steering is very light and gives a good road feel. The car is stable at high speeds. We were able to cruise up to 155 Km/h after which the steering wheel started vibrating. Note that it was only the steering wheel that was vibrating and the car did not vibrate any bit. The Sail will be a decent highway performer. Body roll is nearly non-existent. Cornering stability is good. The suspension is stiff but nothing to complain about.

      Performance:
      Diesel - SAIL UVA 1.3 TCDi:
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      With India’s national engine obviously the performance of the engine is good. The engine is tuned to provide 78 PS @ 4000 rpm and 205 Nm @ 1750 rpm. That is 15 Nm of extra torque than the swift. This extra torque and the gearbox with very close ratios aid in using the car at peak traffic. The car didn’t stall in the 1st and 2nd gear while approaching a small grade/incline with 5 people on board!

      However, the second and third gear seem to have a very close ratio whereas the ratios of the third and fourth are very wide. The swift easily scores in the third gear pickup over the sail. The Sail can catch up with the swift only in the fourth gear. The fifth gear is asymmetrically placed and it was difficult to slot into it. From 4th gear, the travel to the 5th gear was way higher than from the 1st to the 2nd.

      NVH(noise levels within the cabin) of the car is very good. There are no audible engine sounds save for road noise at high speeds and this is a big advantage. Clutch is very smooth. Clutch play is very minimal such that even a slight clutch riding gives a feedback to the driver immediately.

      The brakes are sharp to bite. Panic braking is going to create some problems. The engine bay is nicely packed. The Bosch ECU is kept right beside the battery and doesn’t have adequate protection.
      Overall the Diesel UVA is a dream to drive. It has minimum turbo lag and pulls with minimum effort in the traffic. Gear shifts are precise and short.


      Petrol - SAIL UVA 1.2 Smartec:
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      The engine is compact and is barely noticeable in the larger engine bay.
      Performance is like that of a battered war horse. At high speeds or inclinations, the engine is strained and the gearshifts are vague. This is a gem of an engine when driving in the city and is a boon for stop and go traffic. However those looking for outright performance will be disappointed.

      Conclusion:
      Diesel SAIL UVA 1.3 TCDi is a serious VFM alternative to the Swifts, Vistas, Figos & Livas. If Chevrolet can improve the interiors and improve the steering at high speeds then they have a serious product that can become a hit.
      UVA Diesel will for sure change the fortune of GM in india similar to what CRUZE and Beat-D did a few quarters back.

      Petrol SAIL UVA 1.2 Smartec - A fuel efficient, spacious, very low NVH and city-run-about car. For outright performance, there are much better products (Swift, Jazz, Brio) in the market. The gear shifts slot in with a slight difficulty for the 1st and 2nd gears and the car is quite sluggish.

      Bottom line: If you are looking for an allrounder, spacious, fuel efficient hatchback with soft ride quality, spirited performer in city and on highway and cornering at the same time, look no further. Chevrolet would bank on the LT TCDi to bring in the majority of the sales.

      Our recommendation:
      Diesel Sail UVA 1.3 TCDi LT ABS
      + Extended warranty
      + Extended service package

      For low monthly usage:
      Petrol Sail UVA 1.2 Smartec LT ABS
      + Extended warranty

      We would like to thank Sundaram Motors, Anna Salai for providing us with the TD vehicle for the review.
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      Innocent excellent review.
      My take on the sail in short

      Steering : good
      brakes : excellent
      space : excellent
      noise insulation : excellent
      diesel drive-ability : excellent
      looks : good - subjective

      would i buy it if i am in the market for a family commuter car which will be used majorly for city runs?

      Hell yeah!!!

      And to add to all the points above the car is a extremely capable highway performer.

      Kudos to Chevrolet for bringing out such an excellent car.

      IMO a swift/figo beater if one is looking for an all rounder
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      Nice write up there Innocent. Good overall coverage ! Kudos to the entire team for preparing this detailed writeup.

      Have some questions though.

      Quote Originally Posted by Innocent View Post
      Conventional gear positions for the petrol models. The gear knob is shroud with leather and smooth plastic on the top. It is comfortable to hold.
      Quote Originally Posted by Innocent View Post
      Unconventional gear position for the diesel models.
      You've mentioned Diesel is having a unconventional gear placement while Petrol is not mentioned so. But in both the pictures, the gear placement looks the same. Am I missing something here ?
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      Wow guys. SUperb. Detailed report with lots of pics showing each and every thing. NIce.

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      Lvramanan the reverse gear is different
      For the diesel it is like the hyundai. One needs to lift the knob in lever and push it like first gear.

      In petrol it is like swift
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      Great report Innocent. The petrol engine was a let down and I think the diesel UV-A is a good alternative to the VISTA,FIGO,LIVA & SWIFT.
      The steering was too light for my liking but people can get used to it. The interiors were a let down though and needs a bit of spicing. But overall there are not significant negative points in the diesel UV-A.
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      Thats a Fantastic Report, Innocent and team

      Except for the sober looks, the Diesel variant of the Sail looks promising.

      If only it had a looks of Sonic, it would have been a runaway hit by now

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