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Maruti Eeco

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Performance
Engine 1196 cc
Mileage 15.1 kmpl
 
Safety
Anti-Lock Braking System No
Driver Airbag No
 
Engine
Turbo Charger No
 
Entertainment
USB & Aux No
Integrated 2DIN Audio No
 
EMI
Duration 60 months
EMI Rs 6,276.00 /mo.
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Price List of Maruti Eeco

Variant Price Specifications  
CNG HTR 5-STR Rs 3.97 Lakh*
Ex-showroom Price
1196 cc, 63 bhp, 20 kmpl, CNG
CNG 5 Seater AC Rs 4.30 Lakh*
Ex-showroom Price
1196 cc, 63 bhp, 20 kmpl, CNG
5 Seater Standard Rs 3.24 Lakh*
Ex-showroom Price
1196 cc, 73 bhp, 15.1 kmpl, Petrol
7 Seater Standard Rs 3.45 Lakh*
Ex-showroom Price
1196 cc, 73 bhp, 15.1 kmpl, Petrol
5 Seater AC Rs 3.58 Lakh*
Ex-showroom Price
1196 cc, 73 bhp, 15.1 kmpl, Petrol
Ambulance Petrol AC Plus HTR Rs 3.94 Lakh*
Ex-showroom Price
1196 cc, 73 bhp, 15.1 kmpl, Petrol

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Maruti Eeco

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    Reshma Jun 22, 2017

    I bought maruti eeco in 2012 and till now it has completed 50,000 kms. I took it to high terrain of Laddak and even in deserts of Rajasthan. There was no starting problem in temperature in minus . I have customized my car with good entertainment system and graphics and 13" alloy wheels , back seats headrest Wichita made my Read More

  • R
    Reshma Jun 22, 2017

    I bought maruti eeco in 2012 and till now it has completed 50,000 kms. I took it to high terrain of Laddak and even in deserts of Rajasthan. There was no starting problem in temperature in minus . I have customized my car with good entertainment system and graphics and 13" alloy wheels , back seats headrest Wichita made my Read More

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    Sujata Jun 22, 2017

    we have purchased out Maruti Eeco in Apr 2013 and using it in various conditions. Right from Ghat Sections to fields to Mud Clad road. and found that it takes you there 100%. We are a family of 5 and till date the car has travelled around 30000 kilometers. Fuel consumption is quiet nice, With ac - CNg consumption is Read More

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Colors of Maruti Eeco

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Maruti Eeco Mileage

The claimed ARAI mileage of Maruti Eeco CNG Variant is 20 km/kg and for Petrol Variant it is 15.1 kmpl

Variant Mileage (City) Mileage (Highway)
CNG 16 km/kg 20 km/kg
Petrol 11.8 kmpl 15.1 kmpl

Review of Maruti Eeco

Overview

The  Maruti Eeco was launched in 2010 and is a basic means of affordable transport. The exterior of the EECO is more on the lines of the Versa.  The dimensions of the new car are quite similar to the Versa albeit with a revised height. The subtle headlamps with humble little tail lamps make it appear quite decent. Basic comfort is what would appear initially in your mind and you won’t be wrong as the interiors carry the same no frills design as the car’s exteriors. A decent dashboard with A/C controls and vents are in the limelight on the center console along with a humble yet useful speedo that tells you how fast you’re going.  The plastics are of good quality with a fair feel. Cabin space has been utilized in such a way that it makes the EECO a car with loads of headroom, legroom and boot space. It is powered by a 1.2-litre G-Series engine which is a brand new motor from Maruti.

The 1200cc mill develops 75PS of power and 101Nm of torque. You can get a mileage of 16 kmpl and even more with the CNG version! The 1200cc mill develops 75PS of power and 101Nm of torque. This is transferred to the rear wheels via a five-speed gearbox with Diagonal Shift Assist, which the manufacturer claims makes the shifts smoother. Power delivery is quite smooth and the engine is capable of pulling the car nicely even at low speeds in the fifth gear. The McPherson struts up front and a three-link rigid rear suspension is a bit hard, but it is capable of absorbing the bumps and ditches on the road quite well. Thus though comfort is not fantastic, the ride is decent. Ample ground clearance allows you to drive the EECO on rough terrain without worrying much about the underbody of the car getting damaged.

These aspects lend the car a decent handling. It brings affordable travel to several people and the CNG option comes as an affordable kit for budget conscious buyers. Maruti Eeco is priced (ex-showroom Delhi) for the petrol variant Maruti Eeco 5 Seater Standard at 2.9 lakhs, Maruti Eeco 7 Seater Standard 3.10 lakhs while the top variant petrol is priced at 3.67 lakhs. The CNG variants of the Maruti Eeco are priced from ex-showroom Delhi price of 3.5 lakhs for Maruti Eeco CNG HTR 5 Seater, 3.8 lakhs for the Maruti Eeco Flexi Green and the top variant is priced at 3.9 lakhs for the Maruti Eeco CNG 5 Seater AC. At this price, you get a 1.2-litre engine with adequate power that won’t disappoint you at all, a spacious cabin, comfortable seating, air-conditioning and a huge storage space. Plus, it offers you good drivability. The use of an old-school steering unit, simple bench style seats at the rear, the lack of power windows and a few extra bits has helped Maruti price the EECO competitively. It is ideally suited to individuals who have a large family and are looking for an affordable option. It is also a good alternative for car pooling. For a detailed analysis read below..

  • Overview
  • Interior
  • Exterior
  • Mileage Running Cost
  • Comfort Suspension
  • Engine Performance
  • Braking Safety

Interior

Basic comfort is what would appear initially in your mind and you won’t be wrong as the interiors carry the same no frills design as the car’s exteriors. A decent dashboard with A/C controls and vents are in the limelight on the center console along with a humble yet useful speedo that tells you how fast you’re going. However, the steering appears to be a bit dull. The plastics are of good quality with a fair feel. The interiors don’t give the rich feel of wood or leather, but don’t appear to be cheap either. Cabin space has been utilized in such a way that it makes the EECO a car with loads of headroom, legroom and boot space. Another thing that the EECO offers is excellent comfort which makes it an ideal car for long journeys or for ferrying goods.

Interiors Details

  • Boot Space

    The boot space offered in Eeco is 540 litres that is pretty descent and provides with ample space to store a lot of luggage for bigger families.

  • Speedometer

    The speedometer is analog with a digital fuel indicator but the tachometer is absent from the console.

  • Gear Lever

    The gear lever is small and helps in swift gear changing due to the diagonal shifting and is without any leather covering.

  • Cup Holders

    Cup holders are absent both from the front and the rear gates in all the models.

  • Glovebox

    The glove box in the dash is small and does not have much space to store things in it.

  • Audio System

    Audio 1 DIN box is present and with cover and it is a standard feature in all the models of Eeco.

  • Air Conditioner

    The air conditioning feature is only available in the 5 seater AC model were it comes as a standard feature and in other variants it is absent.

  • Arm Rests

    Arm rests are not there in any of the seats in any of the variants.

  • Air Vents

    Four air vents are given, two are in the middle and one on one end and the other on the other end in all the models.

  • Seats

    Front seats are reclining integrated with headrests and the rear seats are also made very comfortable.

  • Leg Room

    The leg room for all the seats is ample for comfortable seating of not only the front passengers but also the passengers sitting at the back in the 5 seater and the 7 seater model.

  • Knee Room

    The box design of the car gives the rear seats sufficient knee room for an adult to adjust easily without any discomfort.

  • Shoulder Space

    The van style of Eeco gives it a descent shoulder space making it good choice for bigger families.

  • Head Room

    Due to the box design of Eeco it has ample of head room for the passengers to sit comfortable and without getting their heads strike on every bump.

  • Steering Wheel

    The steering wheel is same as Alto but there is no leather covering and is a simple two spoke.

  • Power Windows

    Maruti has not given power windows as an option in any of the models of Eeco.

  • Keyless Entry

    Keyless entry is also not given as a standard option by Maruti in any of the variants of Eeco.

  • Driver Information Display

    For the convenience of the driver Digital Meter Cluster having fuel level, odometer and trip meter have been given in the console.

  • What we like

    Has space and is practical.

  • What we dislike

    Lacks design and features.

Exterior

The exterior of the EECO is more on the lines of the Versa. However, its angular lines differentiate it from the Versa which was a tad curvier than the EECO. The dimensions of the new car are quite similar to the Versa albeit with a revised height. The subtle headlamps with humble little tail lamps make it appear quite decent. The overall exteriors of the EECO are well-executed and lend the car a subtle look which won’t make you feel embarrassed when standing next to it.

Exteriors

  • Front Design

    The front has lens head lamps, plastic bumpers and plastic grill with a Suzuki badge and a flatter design.

  • Rear Design

    The rear has lens tail lamps, a wider wind screen and a unique of its kind vertical design

  • Side Profile

    Side profile is a bit sporty with graphics coming as a standard feature that have helped a lot in improving the looks and feel of the vehicle

  • Ground Clearance

    The ground clearance is quite good with 160mm that ensures safe and bump free ride

  • Bumpers

    Eeco is fitted with large black bumpers made of plastic and protruding out giving it its own unique design

  • Head Lamps

    Eeco comes with lens head lamps that provide better visibility and are well designed

  • Tail Lamps

    Tail lamps are also lens and with a crystal clear view and high situated for a better view to the vehicle behind.

  • Fog Lamps

    Maruti has also not given fog lamps in any of the variants of Eeco.

  • Tyres

    Tubeless radial tyres with size 155 R13 are present in Eeco that give it a smooth ride.

  • Alloy Wheels

    Alloy wheels are absent from all the models of Eeco

  • Outside Mirrors

    Outside Rear View Mirrors are present on both the sides for the convenience of the driver.

  • Colors

    Eeco comes in 6 different colors like Metallic Midnight Black, Metallic Blue Blaze, Bright Red, Metallic Glistening Grey, Metallic Silky Silver, and Superior White.

  • Rear Wiper

    For the rear windscreen rear wipers are also not given in any of the Eeco models.

  • Roof Rails

    No roof rails in any of the Eeco variants.

  • Sun Roof

    Sun roof neither comes as a standard option nor optional.

  • Spoiler

    No spoilers at the back in any Eeco variant

  • Side Steps

    Side steps not available.

  • Spare Wheel

    Spare wheel is present and is kept in the boot of the vehicle

  • What we like

    Better than the Omni.

  • What we dislike

    Bland styling.

Mileage Running Cost

It is powered by a 1.2-litre G-Series engine which is a brand new motor from Maruti. The 1200cc mill develops 75PS of power and 101Nm of torque. You can get a mileage of 16 kmpl and even more with the CNG version!

Mileage Running Cost

  • City Fuel Economy

    Eeco gives 12 kilo meter per litre to 14 kilo meter per litre in the city drive

  • Highway Fuel Economy

    Eeco gives 16 kilo meter per litre to 18 kilo meter per litre on the highways

  • Arai Rated Economy

    According to the ARAI rating the mileage of the car is 15.1 km per litre

  • Tank Range

    The full tank capacity of all the models of Eeco is 40 litres and tank range of about 604 Kms.

  • What we like

    Very good economy with CNG too.

Comfort Suspension

The McPherson struts up front and a three-link rigid rear suspension is a bit hard, but it is capable of absorbing the bumps and ditches on the road quite well. Thus though comfort is not fantastic, the ride is decent.

Comfort and Suspension

  • Comfort

    The car is quite comfortable with heater and air conditioner that works well according to the outside temperature, head rests, comfortable seats and rugged suspension that gives a jerk free ride.

  • Front Suspension

    McPherson strut is given in the front as the engine is in the front

  • Rear Suspension

    3 link rigid suspension is in the rear of the vehicle as it can go for heavy loading also

  • What we like

    Decent ride and improved over the Omni.

  • What we dislike

    Though suspension makes it feel less comfy, low refinement too.

Engine Performance

It has a 1.2-litre G-Series engine which is a brand new motor from Maruti. The 1200cc mill develops 75PS of power and 101Nm of torque. This is transferred to the rear wheels via a five-speed gearbox with Diagonal Shift Assist, which the manufacturer claims makes the shifts smoother. Power delivery is quite smooth and the engine is capable of pulling the car nicely even at low speeds in the fifth gear. However, when you have to tackle an incline you need to rev the car a bit more just to keep the momentum going. The EECO doesn’t feature a power steering, however, the conventional rack and pinion unit is quite smooth and doesn’t feel heavy at all.

Engine Performance

  • Acceleration

    In going from 0-100 kilo meter per hour sprint it takes 15.7 seconds but the engine has to rev a lot

  • Top Speed

    The top speed of Eeco as per the ARAI results under the test conditions is 147 Kmph

  • In Gear Acceleration

    In-gear acceleration figures are not available for Maruti Eeco.

  • Gearbox

    The gear box is 5 speed manual transmission with diagonal shift assist that has made the gear shifting very easy

  • Power

    The 1196 cc engine is capable of yelling out 73 Bhp at 6000 rpm

  • Torque

    The torque that the power train is capable of producing is 101 Nm at 3000 rpm

  • NVH Levels

    Even though the engine is just below the front seats the NVH levels are pretty low in the cabin

  • What we like

    Smooth power delivery.

  • What we dislike

    Lacks performance and power steering.

Braking Safety

It comes equipped with disc brakes at the front and drums at the rear which serve you with ample braking to bring the car to a halt without any effort or nervousness. Ample ground clearance allows you to drive the EECO on rough terrain without worrying much about the underbody of the car getting damaged. These aspects lend the car a decent handling.

Brakes and Wheels

  • Handling

    The handling of the car is good with ventilated discs and drum and the suspension also ensures a jerk free ride.

  • Braking Performance

    Front ventilated disc brakes and rear drum brakes stop the car very quickly and in a very short distance.

  • Safety Features

    Side beams are given for collision protection and child lock with seat belts in both front and rear.

  • Abs

    Anti lock braking system (ABS) is not required as the vehicle doesn’t attain so much speed

  • Traction Control

    Traction control is not given in any of the models of Eeco

  • What we like

    Decent handling and better than Omni.

  • What we dislike

    Still has roll, lacks safety features.

News of Maruti Eeco

Maruti Eeco diesel in the works?

Regular readers know that Maruti is developing its own 800 cc diesel engine which will first power the upcoming LCV codenamed Y9T based on the Suzuki Carry. The compact diesel motor will eventually fi Read More

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