Wednesday, 29 March 2017

Tata Tigor vs Zest: Detailed Comparison

Tata Tigor vs Tata Zest

The is the company's latest attempt at cracking the sub-4-metre compact sedan category, they have had a fresh platform to start with and the first impressions are good, again.

While the Tigor does not directly compete with the Zest, it is certainly important to see if the Zest remains relevant.

Price

Tata Tigor vs Tata Zest

Design

While Tata's new design philosophy made the Zest stylish at the front, the rear didn't look as good. There's also the fact that the Zest's design has hints of the older Indica Vista/Manza. The Tigor, on the other hand, is built on an all-new platform - this has allowed for a better integrated overall design. The Tigor does not look like a hatchback which has been shoehorned with a luggage compartment at the rear, even though it shares its face with the Tiago.

Tata Tigor vs Tata Zest

The Zest looks exciting from the front, while the Tigor has slightly more matured look - thanks in part to the blackened headlamps. The evolution of Tata's 'Impact' design makes the Tigor better put together, the Zest looks taller than it is wider. The Zest does get LED DRLs, which the Tigor misses out on.

Tata Tigor vs Tata Zest

From the side too, the Tigor looks much better put together than the Zest. The Zest's bubble-top like roof-and-window combination stands out.

Tata Tigor vs Tata Zest

From the rear, the Zest's large taillamps look out of place. The Tigor looks very smart, with a much better-integrated boot. Highlights on the Tigor include the roof mounted spoiler with integrated LED stop lamp and the large black insert on the bumper which houses the reverse lamp and fog lamp.

Dimensions

Tata Tigor vs Tata Zest


In terms of dimensions, the numbers suggest that the Zest has more space inside than the Tigor. The Zest is wider, taller and has a longer wheelbase. While the Zest is longer too, the difference is negligible. The fact that our first drive impression of the Tigor suggests that this deficit in numbers does not make the Tigor a cramped car to be in suggests that Tata has been able to package the car better. The Tigor has a bigger boot than the Zest

Diesel Motor and Transmission

Tata Tigor vs Tata Zest


While the Zest is powered by a Fiat-derived 1.3-litre, 4-cylinder turbocharged diesel motor in two performance trims, the Tigor is powered by an in-house developed 1.05-litre, 3-cylinder turbocharged diesel motor. The Tigor's motor is hence down on both power (by 20PS) and torque (by 60Nm), though it does have to haul 40kg less. This certainly helps the Tigor deliver better mileage as compared to the Zest - the Tigor returns 24.7kmpl as compared to 22.95kmpl of the lower powered Zest. Still, the Tigor's diesel motor is not sprightly - the 1.1-tonne car needs more power. The Zest also has an advantage of offering an automatic transmission, which is held in high regard by customers who want a car for the city.

Petrol Motor and Transmission

Tata Tigor vs Tata Zest


The Tigor is powered by a 1.2-litre, 3-cylinder naturally aspirated petrol motor while the Zest is powered by a 1.2-litre, 4-cylinder turbocharged petrol motor. While the Zest is marginally more powerful (by 5PS), the addition of a turbocharger does help the engine develop more torque (by 26Nm). Both the cars are only offered with a 5-speed manual transmission. In terms of fuel efficiency, the Tigor beats the Zest outright with an almost 3kmpl advantage.

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Tata Tigor vs Tata Zest


It is certain that the Tigor is a better value-for-money buy than the Zest. The Zest may have slightly better passenger space (we will have to confirm this with a real world comparison) but it certainly better in terms of performance. The Zest also has the advantage of the diesel automatic variant, which makes it more appealing for people looking for a city-centric car. On paper, the Tigor is certainly a better buy than the Zest.




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Tata Tigor Launched; Prices Start At Rs 4.70 Lakh

Tata Tigor

Once all the rage, compact sedans are now slowly ceding share to premium hatchbacks and sub-4-metre SUVs. The solution to break the jinx, in Tata's books, is rather simple - innovate. The is a sub 4-metre car, yes. But, it's anything but a conventional compact sedan. Before we get on to the specifics, here's a variant wise price list

Petrol

XE - Rs 4.70 lakh

XT - Rs 5.41 lakh

XZ - Rs 5.90 lakh

XZ (O) - Rs 6.19 lakh

Diesel

XE - Rs 5.60 lakh

XT - Rs 6.31 lakh

XZ - Rs 6.80 lakh

XZ (O) - Rs 7.09 lakh

(all prices ex-showroom, Delhi)

All about the looks

Tata likes to call the Tigor a 'styleback'. It isn't exactly a conventional sedan, nor is it a notchback since the rear window doesn't open up with the boot lid. What we do agree on, is that the Tigor is quite the looker.

Tata Tigor

The top-spec XZ (O) variant you see in the pictures gets goodies such as smoked projector headlamps, 15-inch alloy wheels (petrol only; the diesel gets 14-inchers), LED tail lamps and a strip of LEDs that runs across the length of the rear windscreen. But, the Tigor blends form and function in equal measure. Tata has lengthened the wheelbase by a healthy 50mm, which not only liberates more space on the inside but also makes the design look proportional.

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Bells and whistles

Tata Tigor Interior

Tata has thrown in practically every creature comfort in the book for the top-spec Tigor. The brilliant 8-speaker Harman audio system from the and not only lets you control your audio and manage calls but also doubles up as the display for the reverse camera and the automatic climate control. The climate control itself gets a special 'ECON' mode that reduces load on the engine by switching off the compressor every now and then.

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Tata Tigor Rear Legroom + Armrest

Other goodies include a chilled glovebox, two 12V charging sockets, height-adjustable driver's seat, tilt-adjustable steering and power windows with auto down for the driver's window. The bigger wheelbase results in more legroom compared to the Tiago, and there's a central arm rest at the rear to help you relax as well. Sadly, rear AC vents have been given a miss.

Tata Tigor Bootspace

Bootspace stands at a ginormous 419 litres, which is more than the Zest as well. Traditional gooseneck hinges for the boot have been replaced by hydraulic struts on the outside of the boot opening, which helps liberate that extra volume.

On the safety front, the Tigor gets dual airbags [XZ and XZ (O) only], while anti-lock brakes with EBD are available from the XT variant.

Engine Options

The Tigor can be had with a 1.2-litre petrol or a 1.05-litre diesel. Here's a quick snapshot of the specs

Petrol


Tata Tigor Revotron Petrol Engine

1.2-litre 'Revotron' | 3-cylinder

Power: 85PS@6000rpm

Torque: 114Nm@3500rpm

ARAI-certified Fuel Efficiency: 20.3kmpl

Transmission: 5-speed manual

Diesel

Tata Tigor Revotorq Diesel Engine

1.05-litre 'Revotorq' | 3-cylinder, turbocharged

Power: 70PS@4000rpm

Torque: 140Nm@1800-3000rpm

ARAI-certified Fuel Efficiency: 24.7kmpl

Transmission: 5-speed manual

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Tata Tigor

Notably, the power and torque figures are identical to the Tiago. Of course, the added boot has piled on some kilos as well. The Tigor is heavier by 38kg (petrol) and 50kg (diesel) compared to the hatchback. Also, unlike the Tiago that now gets an AMT-equipped variant, the Tigor does not get the option of an automatic transmission. That said, we expect Tata to introduce a petrol-AMT version in the coming months.

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Tata Tigor

Just like the Tiago, the Tigor gets a 2 year/75,000km warranty as standard, which can be extended up to 4 years/100,000kms.

Competition Check

Tata Tigor

The Tigor sits half a rung lower than the compact sedan brigade which includes the likes of the Maruti Suzuki Swift DZire,. Tata itself has the Indigo eCS and the Zest jostling for space in the same segment. The upcoming Chevrolet Essentia (the compact sedan based on the Beat) will be a direct rival to the Tigor.

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Tuesday, 28 March 2017

Nissan Terrano : Old vs New

Terrano New vs Old

It has been almost two years since Nissan sold more than 1000 units of the, has not helped matters. Nissan claims that the new Terrano has more 22 new features which should make it more tempting than before, along with the fact that the Terrano facelift is priced similarly to the outgoing model. A detailed comparison between the new and old model should make it easier to see if the Terrano is indeed a better package than before as claimed.

Price

The is priced between Rs 9.99 lakh to Rs 13.95 lakh, ex-showroom Delhi. Depending on the variant, prices have increased by a maximum of Rs 25,000. For the price, the changes are limited to some cosmetic changes outside, major cosmetic updates on the inside and some new equipment. The dimensions and mechanicals of Terrano remain the same as before.

Engine and Transmission

Terrano New vs Old

The Nissan Terrano can be had with either a 1.5-litre diesel engine in two performance trims or a 1.6-litre petrol motor. While the 85PS version of the diesel motor is only available with a 5-speed manual transmission, the 110PS version of the diesel motor is available either with a 6-speed manual or a 6-speed AMT. The petrol engine is only available with a 5-speed manual transmission. Nissan has decided to not offer the like the Renault Duster, all the variants of the Terrano are only available with a front-wheel drivetrain.

Paint options

Terrano New vs Old


While the overall design of the new Terrano has not changed at all as compared to before, Nissan has replaced one of the six paint options. The Sandstone Brown paint option replaces the Sterling Grey paint option, the rest of the available options include Pearl White, Sapphire Black, Blade Silver, Bronze Grey and Fire Red.

Variant wise comparison

Nissan Terrano XE

The base XE variant is only available with 1.5-litre diesel motor developing 85PS of maximum power and 200Nm of peak torque paired to a 5-speed manual transmission.

Terrano New vs Old

Though the price remains unchanged, Nissan has added some new features to the XE variant.

Terrano New vs Old

Highlights include the new soft touch material used on the dashboard and the backlit power-window switches. Other changes include a silver trim on the gear knob, grey-and-black interior theme and a (probably louder) dual horn.

Nissan Terrano XL

The Nissan Terrano XL is exclusively available with the 1.6-litre petrol motor developing 104PS of maximum power and 148Nm of peak torque paired to a 5-speed manual transmission.

Terrano New vs Old

The price of the Terrano XL also remains unchanged. Again, Nissan has made some changes to the variant to make it feel fresh.

Terrano New vs Old

Highlights here include electrically foldable ORVMs (they could only be electrically adjusted earlier) which also feature integrated indicators on the covers, black and brown interior theme with black seats and soft-touch upper dashboard insert. Other features include glossy black door trim, steering mounted infotainment controls and the dual horn.

Nissan Terrano XL (O)

Terrano New vs Old

The Terrano XL (O) variant is only offered with the 1.5-litre diesel motor developing 85PS/200Nm paired to a 5-speed manual transmission. The variant now costs Rs 14,000 more, here's a look at the additional equipment/features available.

Terrano New vs Old

Highlights include the new electrically foldable ORVMs with integrated indicators, black-and-brown interior theme with black fabric seats and, most importantly, a 7.0-inch touchscreen-based infotainment system. Other features also available include steering mounted infotainment controls, reverse parking sensors and the dual horn.

Nissan Terrano XV Premium

Terrano New vs Old

The top-of-the-line XV Premium variant is only available with the 1.5-litre diesel in the 110PS/245Nm performance trim and a 6-speed transmission. Prices of the variant have now gone up by Rs 25,000.

Terrano New vs Old

Being the fully loaded variant, the XV Premium now gets black-and-brown interior theme with matching leather seat covers, one-touch up/down driver side window with anti-pinch function, cruise control and a central-armrest for the driver. Other features also added to the variant include glossy black door trim, a chrome-tipped handbrake lever and the 7.0-inch infotainment screen. Nissan does not offer a dedicated AC unit for the rear passengers anymore.

Nissan Terrano XV Premium AMT

Terrano New vs Old

The Nissan Terrano is also offered with an automatic transmission equipped variant - the marginal increase in cost of Rs 60,000 over the manual variant is thanks to the company using an automated manual transmission (AMT) instead of a traditional automatic transmission. Prices have gone up by Rs 25,000 as compared to the pre-facelift model though.

Terrano New vs Old

The variant was launched fairly late in the pre-facelift Terrano's timeline, and it had already received many of the changes which are now being offered on the rest of the variants. Highlights here include the black-and-brown interior theme with leather upholstery, glossy black door trim, soft-touch dashboard inserts, the 7.0-inch infotainment system and cruise control. Features like the one-touch driver side power window, electrically foldable ORVMs with integrated indicators, driver centre-armrest etc. were previously on offer too. The Terrano AMT is the only variant in the lineup to be offered with hill-start assist and ESP.

The Nissan Terrano has certainly become more attractive as a package now. A detailed comparison with its nearest rivals will reveal if it is actually a better buy in the segment. Stay tuned.




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Tata Tigor Launch Today

Tata Tigor

It's D-Day for Tata Motors. The is on your buying list.

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Tata Tigor

The Tigor enters a space that's been crowded by not two, not three but seven different cars. All follow the same mantra - length under 4 metres, petrol engine up to 1.2 litres, and a diesel mill that's no larger than 1.5 litres. The Tigor borrows the 85PS 1.2-litre 'Revotron' petrol and the 70PS 1.05-litre 'Revotorq' diesel engines from the Tiago to comply with the norms.

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Tata's approach to the sub 4-metre space this time round revolves around design. The Tigor is amongst the most proportionate hatch-to-sedan conversions we've seen in the recent past. Finer details worth noting include smoked-out projector headlamps, 15-inch alloy wheels (only the petrol - sadly) and LED elements in the tail lamps. Some clever engineering has also let Tata lend the Tigor a cavernous 419-litre boot.

Tata Tigor Interior

On the inside, the extra 50mm of wheelbase makes its presence felt in terms of extra legroom. To make matters more comfortable, the Tigor also gets a central armrest with cup holders and extra large headrests. Major additions over the Tiago include automatic climate control and a 5-inch touchscreen infotainment system. Other features such as the 8-speaker Harman audio system, height-adjustable driver's seat, tilt-adjustable steering and power windows have been carried over from the hatchback.

The launch is hours away and all that's left to know are the prices. We have our bets placed on a starting price of Rs 4.2 lakh (for the base-spec petrol) going all the way up to Rs 6.5 lakh (for the top-spec diesel).

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What We Like About the New RS3 Sportback (Photos)


Audi debuted the RS3 sport sedan at the Paris Motor Show, and shortly afterwards teased us with a RS3 Sportback model, that part wagon, part VW Golf, and all Audi. Lets take a closer look at this model which may not ever be sold here.


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Launching Tomorrow: Tata Tigor

Tata Tigor

Tata Motors will be launching the in India tomorrow. It has also started accepting bookings for the car. But what is the Tigor exactly and how does it stack up against its competitors? Let's start by answering the first question.

The Tigor shares its underpinnings with the Tiago

The Tigor is a subcompact based on the and the two share not just their underpinnings but the engines too. This means the Tigor will be available with a 1.2-litre three-cylinder Revotron petrol engine that makes 85PS of power and 114Nm of torque. The diesel engine available on the Tigor is a 1.0-litre three-cylinder turbocharged unit that generates 70PS of power and 140Nm of torque. Both engines come mated to a five-speed manual transmission and right now, there is no automatic gearbox option available with either model. The Tigor gets revised gear ratios to ensure it feels peppy. The petrol engine feels smoother too on the Tigor than on the Tiago.

The Tigor on the inside

In terms of exterior changes, the Tigor gets projector headlamps with double-barrel layout and blacked-out surrounds. It gets 15-inch wheels which are a step-up from the Tiago's 14-inch rollers (though diesel models still use 14-inch wheels). The rest of the car should remind you of the Tiago, but in a good way.

The Tigor has more boot space than Zest

The highlight of the Tigor is its boot. The car has a notchback design (Tata calls it Styleback) and gets hydraulic four-bar hinges to maximise boot space (the hinges stay outside the boot, making the boot usable and free of intrusions). Speaking of boot space, the Tigor has 419 litres of it, making it bigger than that of.

The Tigor has longer wheelbase than Swift DZire

The when we first drove it not too long ago. But the deciding factor in its desirability and viablity could come down to the price as it would decide how much bang do you get for your buck. We expect Tata to price the Tigor between Rs 4.2-6.5 lakh which would mean it could be a thorn in the sides of sub 4-metre sedans and hatchbacks in its price range. Come tomorrow, we will know what the Tigor's chances are of winning when it tries to punch above its weight.

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Monday, 27 March 2017

Maruti Suzuki Ignis 1.2 Zeta AMT: Road Test

The Ignis is built for the Insta generation

I believe the Ignis suffers from a serious case of FOMO. In case you had to Google that, Maruti wasn't thinking of you when it decided to put the hatchback on sale. I'll save you some trouble, it means fear of missing out. I get that sense because the wants to do everything. It wants to grab attention, be fun, practical, safe and efficient - all at the same time. Does it? Nay. Can it?

The different coloured roof is optional

OOTD

The Ignis' outfit of the day was a rather boring silver shade, paired with a snazzy roof wrap. I was pleasantly surprised when I glanced at it from my window. It's tall, wide and makes quite the first impression.

But, it isn't exactly what you'd call 'good looking'. Striking for sure, but calling it a pretty car is a bit far-fetched. It has the kei car theme going, so super short overhangs are paired with large 15-inch wheels and a tall roof height. The Ignis' quirk is courtesy the w-i-d-e C-pillar and the sharply raked windscreen. This draws quite a lot of polarising opinions - I like it

The LED DRLs are not a part of the Zeta package

I'm fond of the cutesy face too; the single-piece grille with the rounded headlamps bring a lot of character. The doesn't get the all-LED projector headlamps like the top-spec Alpha. Does that take away from the charm? A little bit. I reckon it could've done with a set of daytime running lamps if not the projectors.

The cabin is spacious despite its size

FollowMe

I say follow me because you can practically walk inside the cabin of the Ignis. The front and rear doors open nice and wide, ingress and egress will barely be a concern. The large glasshouse makes the cabin super airy, and the bright white that envelopes the lower half of the dash and the doors adds to the sense of space. But, it is a tad too easy to get the white bits soiled. The chocolates, chips and cola will have to be consumed outside the car.

The clocks are well laid out and well designed

You can have as much as you want, though, because the Ignis is quite adept at accommodating healthy individuals. The front seats are nice and cushiony but have a hard headrest. The door pads are slightly flimsy too and do not have a usable elbow rest. Over to the rear, squeezing three in is possible, but not recommended. It should be fine for a quick run to grab a bite, but 5 aboard road trips are a strict no-no.

No touchscreen infotainment system here

And, since this isn't the top-spec variant, there are three major things missing - automatic climate control, a touchscreen infotainment system and a height-adjust for the driver's seat. The first two make the dash look slightly awkward. The music player sits on a slab of plastic, and the dot matrix font on the screen isn't the most millennial thing around. The aircon chills the cabin down in no time. That said, I wish the switches were a tad better in terms of quality. They feel plasticky and do not look in place in a car that costs as much as the Ignis.

It has a good ride

Swag

That's what the Ignis has in oodles. It isn't easily fazed by broken roads or potholes - the 180mm of ground clearance gives you the liberty to be slightly careless. But, there's an underlying stiffness to the way the Ignis rides, which comes to the fore when you hit the bigger potholes or the expansion joints on highways. It isn't as stiff as the, and manages to walk the tightrope between ride and handling nicely.

The gearbox auto blips the throttle for a smoother shift

Speaking of which, I was pleasantly surprised when I chucked the Ignis into a long left-hander on the Mumbai-Pune Expressway. I remember praying when I went for the same corner at the same speed in a, but this one simply obeyed. There's a hint of body roll, but nothing that's scary. The steering is nice and precise, not to mention just the right weight. Unlike Marutis of yore, it doesn't feel lifeless at highway speeds.

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The ride, too, is relatively planted. Yes, it does feel floaty if you do speeds your parents asked you not to, but it doesn't cause you to be nervous. You can be rest assured a good stomp on the brake pedal will get you to a safe halt. Anti-lock brakes are standard across the range, but we did see a fair bit of squirming under hard braking while it came to a dead halt from 100kmph in 43.92 metres.

Ignis comes with the same petrol engine as the Swift

Fun

In spite of our test car being equipped with a convenience-spec automated manual transmission, the Ignis petrol is quite a hoot to drive. The 1.2-litre K-Series motor has a nice thrummy engine note, and you'll enjoy revving it up to its 6,000rpm redline. Power delivery is linear, and the tug gets stronger as you move past the 2500rpm mark.

It really is a spirited car to drive

That's also where the lag from the AMT stops bothering you, and lets you utilise all 90PS and 115Nm. Progress is brisk as it clocks 100kmph in 13.62 seconds. Slam the pedal down to the floor, and the gearbox doesn't hesitate dropping a couple of gears if need be. The best bit is that it auto blips the motor to give you smoother (and quicker) roll-on acceleration. Upon kickdown, the 20-80kmph dash was dealt within a respectable 8.69 seconds. The gearbox holds the revs right up to the redline, and the shifts become a tad too noticeable as well.

If you really plan on giving it the beans, we'd recommend switching over to manual mode and momentarily taking your foot off the A-pedal during the upshifts. That practically negates the head nod associated with AMT gearboxes.

Thankfully, the shift shocks are minimal when you're ambling about with a light right foot. The K-Series also sips with a pinched straw in this case andndash; it returned 14.65kmpl inside the city and an impressive 21.89kmpl on the highway run.

The AMT works smoothly

InstaGood?

At Rs 6.3 lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi), the Ignis isn't exactly a bargain. While we do wish Maruti Suzuki retailed the AMT in the (which are priced similarly) and the Maruti has an upper hand in safety since dual airbags, anti-lock brakes and ISOFIX child seat mounts are standard.

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So, does the Ignis make me want it? The answer to that, is yes. It is a fairly well-balanced package for something that targets a niche. It is just as friendly, easy to drive and easy on the wallet as any other Maruti hatchback on sale, with an added dose of flair.

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