As of now, there are no plans of a CNG-kit fitted Sail U-VA.
Powering the hatchback are two engine options - 1.2l SMARTECH 86PS petrol and 78PS 1.3l turbodiesel.
The car will be competing directly with Maruti Suzuki's Swift, Hyundai Motor India's i20 and Ford Figo.
The petrol motor claims to deliver an ARAI rated fuel efficiency of 18.2kmpl while the diesel is pegged at 22.1kmpl.
The Sail sedan and Enjoy MPV are next in the line of launches that GM has planned for India.
GM is offering a first in-class 5 year/150,000kms warranty on the powertrains.
There are seven colour options to choose from and while the petrol variant has four trims to choose from, the diesel has three.
General Motors has launched the Aveo U-VA replacement - the Sail hatchback in India. It is priced at Rs 4.4 lakh for the base petrol and Rs 5.87 lakh for the diesel, ex-Delhi.
The top-end trims have twin airbags and ABS with EBD for the safety factor while as far as creature comforts are concerned, there is a Bluetooth-enabled music system with handsfree and streaming and remote keyless entry.