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Tata Indigo eCS

Rs 5.06 - Rs 6.31 Lakh
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Performance
Engine 1193 cc
Mileage 24.6 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 9,777 /mo.
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Price List of Tata Indigo eCS

Variant (Ex-Showroom Price)  
Emax CNG GLS
1193 cc, 55.23 bhp, 24.6 kmpl, CNG
Rs 5.06 Lakh*
eLS BS IV
1396 cc, 69.01 bhp, 25 kmpl, Diesel
Rs 6.12 Lakh*
eVX
1396 cc, 69.01 bhp, 25 kmpl, Diesel
Rs 6.25 Lakh*
eLX BS IV
1396 cc, 69.01 bhp, 25 kmpl, Diesel
Rs 6.31 Lakh*
eGLS BS IV
1193 cc, 64.1 bhp, 15.64 kmpl, Petrol
Rs 5.11 Lakh*

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Colors of Tata Indigo eCS

  • Jet Silver

  • Mint White

  • Porcelain White

Mileage of Tata Indigo eCS

Variant Mileage (City) Mileage (Highway)
Petrol 12.32 kmpl 15.64 kmpl
Diesel 23 kmpl 25 kmpl
CNG 19.3 km/kg 24.6 km/kg

Review of Tata Indigo eCS

Overview

 You might have seen our earlier reports regarding the facelifted Indigo eCS and just as expected it has been revealed. The Indigo eCS has been facing tough competition from the Maruti Dzire and more recently the Honda Amaze. The eCS in its last generation was getting old and lacked the features and premium feeling of its rivals. The new one however is a big improvement in many areas but the one most apparent is in its looks. The changes to the 2013 eCS include new front bumper, smoked headlamps and a new grille. There is also a generous dose of chrome with a chrome strip at the rear. We like the headlamps which add aggressiveness to the styling and you canot miss the amount of chrome up front to give it a more premium look. You will also notice the new 14 inch wheels. Inside the new eCS gets a new instrument panel and new upholstery which makes the cabin even more airy than ever. There are more beige bits in the cabin which lifts the cabin ambience for sure. You will also notice that the odd three spoke steering is gone replaced by a more classy four spoke one. There is a new audio system and Bluetooth also. The eCS might have a very spacious and airy feel cabin (for its size) but as far as the design and quality goes, it finds it hard to match up to a similar priced hatchback. Step inside and the first thing that strikes you is the lack of any cubby holes for your wallet, cell phones and other knick knacks. The Indigo eCS might be the smallest sedan in the world but it does have a good enough boot for weekend trips which has more space than most hatchbacks in this price point - all 380 litres of it! The 69 bhp CR4 diesel engine has a max torque of 140 Nm at 1800-3000 rpm and delivers 25 kmpl (ARAI certified). It has got new Duo Float Suspension which enhances load distribution and a new NVH package. The new cable linkage gearbox also works well and is light. The updates have helped the Indigo eCS a lot and it is much better value for money now though we have to say that competition is quite tough. For a detailed analysis read below...

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

Interior

 Inside the new eCS gets a new instrument panel and new upholstery which makes the cabin even more airy than ever. There are more beige bits in the cabin which lifts the cabin ambience for sure. You will also notice that the odd three spoke steering is gone replaced by a more classy four spoke one. There is a new audio system and Bluetooth also.Space available is superb.

  • What we like

     Better equipped now and spacious

  • What we dislike

     Not as premium as rivals

Exterior

 The changes to the 2013 eCS include new front bumper, smoked headlamps and a new grille. There is also a generous dose of chrome with a chrome strip at the rear. We like the headlamps which add aggressiveness to the styling and you cannot miss the amount of chrome up front to give it a more premium look. You will also notice the new 14 inch wheels.

  • What we like

     Looks better now

  • What we dislike

     Basi shape is same

Mileage Running Cost

 It delivers 25 kmpl (ARAI certified) which is frugal

Comfort Suspension

 It has got new Duo Float Suspension which enhances load distribution and a new NVH package. The new cable linkage gearbox also works well and is light.  This means that the ride is now improved a lot which is good news. Refinement is lacking though.

  • What we like

     Rides well

  • What we dislike

     Lacks refinement

Engine Performance

 The 69 bhp CR4 diesel engine has a max torque of 140 Nm at 1800-3000 rpm. Power delivery is decent and mid range is strong. It feels breathless in highways though.

  • What we like

     Decent power in city

  • What we dislike

     lacks punch in highways

Braking Safety

 There is some roll and it does not feel nippy. Steering is decent but it is nowhere as much fun as the Maruti Dzire or as agile as the Honda Amaze

  • What we like

     Easy to drive

  • What we dislike

     Not as fun as rivals

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