Chevrolet’s Brazilian division has revealed this week the sedan version of the Prisma which has been designed specifically for the local market. The budget car is based on General Motors’ Gamma II platform and has the following measurements: 4.2 meters long, 1.7 meters wide and 1.4 meters height, with a 2.5 meters wheelbase and a cargo capacity of 500 liters. Customers can get the car with one of the two following engines: an entry-level 1.0-liter producing just 80 hp (59 kW) and a slightly more powerful and larger 1.4-liter flex fuel which is capable of generating 106 hp (79 kW).
These two power units are connected exclusively to a manual gearbox as an automatic is not available. As far as goodies are concerned, the 2013 Chevrolet Prisma sedan comes with dual airbags, parking sensors, power steering, ABS with EBD, along with a height adjustable driver’s seat. The flagship LTZ variant also gets a trip computer, MyLink multimedia infotainment system, fog lights and rear power windows.
In terms of pricing, the base 1.0 LT version costs 34,900 real. If you want the 1.4 LT model prepare to pay 39,090 real while the top-spec 1.4 LTZ has a starting price of 45,990 real.
Source: Chevrolet Brazil