The Chevrolet Utility is packed with technology that allows this small bakkie to punch way above its weight. Entertainment features are also excellent, as is the fuel efficiency. This makes for a very cost-effective bakkie that offers superb value for money.
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This 3rd-generation Chevrolet Utility bakkie has a look that is instantly recognisable as Chevrolet – but with a new global design language. The distinctive exterior and innovative interior styling make this a wonderfully attractive small bakkie.
This cost-effective bakkie offers outstanding performance and fuel economy, superior convenience, class-leading infotainment package and enhanced safety features.
Throw in some robust working-class characteristics and you’ll find that this is a small bakkie not afraid to roll up its sleeves, get down in the dirt and get it done!
The Chevrolet Utility bakkie showcases the unmistakably strong, bold and global new Chevrolet face. Integrating a unique dual-port grille with dramatic, crisp, exterior lines conveys a sense of motion from front to back. The elliptical-shaped head lamps stretching from the front fascia to the mid-section of the front fenders provide an aggressive, swept-back appearance. Who says a small bakkie can’t look good while getting it done?
Slipping into the driver’s seat of the Chevrolet Utility bakkie you will immediately feel surrounded by modern design and comfort. Standard height-adjustable steering wheel and driver’s seat allow you to find the most comfortable driving position with ease. New embossed-design seat covering technology, a retro-design digital and analogue instrument cluster with ice-blue illumination, and a sporty 3-spoke steering wheel enhance the car-like driving experience of this ultra-modern small bakkie.
The Chevrolet Utility bakkie has driver and passenger airbags as standard on all models. This is a first in the sub-one-ton small bakkie segment. It goes further, with crumple zones and collapsible steering column technology to help prevent harm to vehicle occupants in an accident.
The Chevrolet Utility is a modern cost-effective small bakkie that combines reliability and workhorse ability with desirable styling.
It’s available with 1.4L and 1.8L petrol engines. The 1.4L engine provides excellent fuel economy (7.2l/100km), keeping your fuel expenses low. It also provides class-leading power (68kW/120Nm) – making it the small bakkie that gets the job done.
The Chevrolet Utility offers excellent fuel economy. The Chevrolet Utility is available with 1.4L and 1.8L petrol engines, and now in powerful 1.3 diesel engines. The 1.4L engine is especially fuel efficient (7.2l/100km). This minimises your fuel expenses, while still giving you class-leading power in the small bakkie segment (68kW/120Nm).
The new Chevrolet Utility Club and Sport models contain advance driver technologies, like automatic headlights-on, automatic door locking on drive-away, and “Lead Me To The Car” lighting. So much more than you would expect in a small bakkie.
The Chevrolet Utility stands out with a 6-speaker RDS audio system that is standard on the Club and Sport models (and optional on the Base model). The system features a front-loading CD player, MP3 compatibility, and both a USB port and auxiliary inputs for iPods and other entertainment devices.
All radios support Bluetooth Audio Streaming as well as Bluetooth hands-free connectivity for the control of mobile phones. Buy one and you’re getting a cost-effective small bakkie that enhances your driving experience while keeping safety a priority.
*Fuel economy values are determined through CO2 measurement in accordance with the latest ECE R101/SANS 20101 standards, as prescribed by South African government, conducted in a controlled environment and were correct at the time this disclaimer was published, which is subject to change. The specifications are for comparison purposes between the different vehicle models available in the S.A market which are all tested in the same manner, specific driving cycles and controlled environment. Actual achieved fuel consumption during on-road driving will vary due to factors including driving style, vehicle load and tyre size, as well as road, traffic and ambient conditions.