Chevrolet Philippines has officially launched the Sail, the company's challenger in the competitive subcompact sedan segment. First previewed at the 12th edition of the Manila International Auto Show (MIAS) last April, the Sail boasts a bold exterior and a spacious interior.
The Sail’s fascia bears the American brand’s noticeable signature dual-port grille design with the Chevrolet golden rod bowtie and sweptback headlights. It also comes with a sunroof, the first in its class to have one, for passengers to enjoy the beautiful skies of the Philippines. For its wheels, the top-of-the-line variant come standard with a set of 16-inch alloy wheels.
Inside, the 5-seater subcompact sedan has a Jet Black theme giving it a touch of class. The headunit comes with a huge 9-inch touchscreen infotainment system that can connect to your smartphone. It has built-in apps such as Waze and Spotify while users can also download their favorite android app via Google Play Store.
Aside from that, the Sail also has power windows and a power outlet for the convenience of both driver and passengers. Storage is plenty in the Chevrolet Sail with its 16 user-friendly compartments inside and 366 L worth of trunk space.
The new Chevrolet Sail comes in 3 variants. The 1.5 L AT LTZ and 1.5 L AT LT which is equipped with a 109 hp 1.5 L DOHC D-VVT gasoline engine. It is paired to a 4-speed automatic transmission with active select. Meanwhile, its 1.3 L MT LT variant has a 100 hp DOCH VVT gasoline powerplant that is connected to a 5-speed manual transmission.
Like the other Chevrolet vehicles, this too comes loaded with safety features such as ABS, EBD, driver and passenger airbags, and ISOFIX for your child. The Sail also boasts its 5-year warranty or 100,000 kms program and 3-years 24/7 Chevrolet Emergency Roadside Support with an option to extend the following year for peace of mind of its future owners.
There’s a total of 7 color options for the Sail for customers to choose from: Summit White, Black Meet Kettle, Bright White Solid, Peppy Orange (Metallic), Galaxy Silver (Metallic), Synacuse, and Blue Sky.
The 1.5 L AT LTZ has a sticker price of P858,888 while the 1.5 L AT LT comes at the price of P768,888. The entry level 1.3 L LT is priced at P713,888 but for cash purchases, it is available for P688,888. Moreover, the Chevrolet Sail is available with a P78,000 all-in downpayment promo.
For more information about the Chevrolet Sail, visit the AutoDeal Car Guide.
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