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November 22, 2013: India's leading car-maker,  Tata has launched the CNG version of Indigo in the Indian car market. It has been priced at Rs. 4.99 lakh for the entry level GLS model and Rs. 5.27 lakh for the GLX model. The petrol-CNG engine of the car is capable of developing 65bhp of top power and returns an amazing fuel efficiency figure of 24.6km/kg. It also offers an additional range of up to 230km in CNG over 650km in petrol. The vehicle comes equipped with a new advanced F-Shift gear box and new Duo Float suspension. The Indigo emax has been introduced in 6 cities across India and will now be available in Delhi, Maharashtra, Gujarat, Uttar Pradesh, Andhra Pradesh and Tripura.

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The Tata Indigo eCS being the shortest sedan has the maximum length of a hatchback but it has the looks and space of a fully grown sedan. The vehicle has captured a good market, and the reasons being the brand's trust and the high performance usually delivered out of this brand's vehicles. The new model is available in both petrol and diesel engine options. The diesel engine is a Common Rail CR4, 16-valve, DOHC engine while the petrol power mill is a MPFI engine with 32-bit microprocessor. The 1396cc diesel engine in the car generates 69bhp@ 4000rpm and a maximum torque of 140Nm at only 1800-3000rpm which makes it the most economical car. Tata Indigo eCS CR4 VX delivers a mileage of 25 kmpl as per ARAI and is claimed to be the most fuel-efficient sedan in India. On the other hand the 1193cc petrol engine has the capacity to churn out 64.11bhp power @ 5000rpm and a maximum torque of 100Nm @ 2700rpm. With the five speed transmission, the car delivers pretty well performance specifically when driving on city roads. The model launched recently has all alloy wheels, modern central console, ABS (Anti-lock Braking System), Bluetooth Connectivity, Keyless entry and Rear Arm rest. In terms of mileage, it has surprised many around, as the vehicle delivers fuel economy of 25kmpl, and it is an outcome of Smart Engine Management. The shorter length translates to easy parking especially in cramped urban space.

 

In terms of dimensions, the compact sedan measures 3988mm of length, this makes the vehicle qualify as the small segment car, and not really a complete sedan. This model was never appealing in terms of looks, but the CS has markedly improved on its front, with a stylish new tail light cluster at the rear end, and overall a smart rear profile makes it look better. The company has not stinted on the suspension, and has implemented an independent McPherson struts in both the front and rear. This translates to a smoother ride even over distressed roads. The 10kg reduction in weight due to the 162mm reduction in length does improve the mileage marginally. The car is available in five attractive colours, named as sterling gold, starlight blue, Royal Burgundy, Porcelain White, Arctic Silver. There are nine models of the vehicle available with three engine options-Petrol and two diesel engines. The Maximum Charge Combustion system in place has a newly designed engine head, block and the piston which ensures a smooth flow of the fuel in order to reduce the NVH levels of the car.

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Diesel Models

  • Tata Indigo eCS LS (TDI) BS III

    The car maker has equipped this variant with a Bharat Stage III emission compliant 1.4-litre, turbocharged diesel engine. It has a displacement capacity of 1405cc, which allows it to produce 69Bhp at 4500rpm alongside 135Nm of peak torque at 2500rpm. It is coupled with a 5-speed manual transmission gearbox. This base trim is blessed with features like air conditioning system, front power windows, power steering, adjustable front headrest, boot lamp, front and rear cabin lamp with 2 spot lights, bottle holder on front doors, remote boot and fuel lid opener, anti acoustic chamber, partial fabric seats, interior lights with theater dimming, Octa instrument cluster, front power outlets, internally adjustable ORVMs, coin and pen holder in glove box, tachometer, vanity mirror on front passenger's side and a digital clock. It also has safety features like central locking system, LED high mounted stop lamp, rear fog lamps, child safety lock on rear doors and a collapsible steering.

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  • Tata Indigo eCS LX TDI BS III

    This is the mid range variant and it has all the features that are included in the LS (TDI) BS III trim. In addition to those, it comes with all four power windows, an anti-glare interior rear view mirror, electrically adjustable body colored ORVMs with integrated turn indicators, door ajar/seat belt warning and so on. Additionally, the manufacturer is also offering an advanced car infotainment system that features a multi-functional music system with Radio/CD player, 4-speakers with 2-tweeters, Bluetooth, USB/AUX-In port and a digital clock.

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  • Tata Indigo eCS LS

    This variant is powered by a 1.4-litre common rail CR4 diesel engine that comes with a displacement capacity of 1396cc. It has the ability to produce 69Bhp at 4000rpm and a peak torque of 140Nm between 1800 to 3000rpm. This torque output is distributed to the front wheels via a 5-speed manual transmission gearbox and it helps in generating 25 Kmpl. This variant comes with the same features that are given to the LS (TDI) BS III trim.

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  • Tata Indigo eCS LX

    This mid range trim is powered by the same CR4 diesel motor that is equipped to the LS trim. On the other hand, it has all the aspects that are standard in the LX TDI BS III variant.

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  • Tata Indigo eCS VX

    This is the top end variant and it comes with all the comfort and safety features that are integrated to the LX trim. Additionally, it has anti lock braking system, key less entry, E-ORVM with third lane visibility, rear park assist, multi-spoke alloy wheels, leather wrapped steering wheel, all four power windows with driver's side one touch operation, glove box cooling, height adjustment for driver's seat, rear seat armrest and magazine pockets on rear seats.

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Petrol Models

  • Tata Indigo eCS GLX

    This is the base petrol version of Tata Indigo eCS and it has 1193cc, 65PS MPFI BSIV compliant petrol engine with microprocessor. It also has clutch to start feature. AC and other features.

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  • Tata Indigo eCS GVX

    This is the fully loaded petrol version of Tata Indigo eCS and it has 1193cc, 65PS MPFI BSIV compliant petrol engine with microprocessor. It has ABS.

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CNG Models

  • Tata Indigo CS Emax CNG GLS

    The manufacturer has equipped this variant with a bi-fuel, 1.2-litre MPFI petrol power plant that complies with Bharat Stage IV emission standards. It has 4-cylinders and 16-valves that makes a displacement capacity of 1193cc. Under the CNG model, it can produce 55.3Bhp at 5200rpm alongside 90Nm of peak torque at 2650rpm. The company has coupled this engine with a 5-speed manual transmission gearbox that helps in producing a mileage of 24.6 Kmpl. This variant comes with all the comfort and safety features that are common in LS trim.

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  • Tata Indigo CS Emax CNG GLX

    This is the top end CNG trim and it comes with all the features that are standard in the CNG GLS variant. In addition to those, it has rear power windows, new premium finish central console, full fabric upholstery, anti-glare IRVM, body colored rub rails with chrome inserts, front fog lamps, turn indicators on ORVMs, electrically adjustable outside mirrors, door ajar/seatbelt warning lamp and an advanced car infotainment system.

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Mileage

Ed's take: The fuel efficiency of the Indigo eCS is something that Tata Motors has been boasting about. As per the ARAI cycle, they get a fuel economy of 25kmpl. In the real world it will be lesser, but more than most of the competition. The upgraded eCS still has that. And now you even have the cost effective CNG variant too.

 

The Tata Indigo eCS has attained a new milestone in terms of mileage, with an impressive 25kmpl of mileage figures as per ARAI. The CRDi engine powered model delivers a mileage of 22.0 kmpl in the city and 25 kmpl on the highways . The other model powered with a TDi BSIII engine delivers a city mileage of 13.6 kmpl and 18.3 kmpl on the highways. The petrol MPFi power variants are tuned to deliver an average of 15.0 kmpl in the city and 18.0 kmpl on the long run .

Colours

Colors available with all variants of Tata Indigo CS
  • Jet Silver
  • Porcelain White
  • Spanish Tan
  • Royal Burgandy

Tata Indigo CS Exteriors

Tata Indigo CS Exterior

New Tata Indigo eCS is built on the compact sedan platform and is under-four meter in length. The new model is a compact form of a sedan, which would serve the Indian market need perfectly. Though following its inspiration from the hatchback and its small size it has been christened as world’s smallest sedan. Among the exterior features the vehicle includes, tinted Glasses , body coloured bumpers, chrome garnished rub rails, hood in chrome, demister at the rear, Front and rear fog lamps, wheel caps, turn indicators of body color, electrically adjustable ORVMs (Outer Rear View Mirrors). On the outside, the vehicle throws an appearance of a fully-grown sedan. The front is dominated by the big bonnet and the flat ‘u’ shaped grille with the company’s ‘T’ logo resting at the centre. The front also has an outside chrome garnishing on the grille with a flat chrome strip just above the logo on the bonnet. The headlamps also dominate the front end of the car with inbuilt turn indicators inside the headlamps. Its rear has prominent tail lamps with cylinder shaped reverse lights. In order to reduce the drag, the wheel arches of the new Tata Indigo eCS have been redesigned coupled with alterations to the exteriors making it look more aerodynamic and lighter.

 

Exterior Measurement:

 

Dimensionally the vehicle measures as length of 3988mm, width of 1620mm and it is 1540mm high. The wheelbase is 2450mm and ground clearance measures at165mm, which makes it best suitable for Indian roads. kerb weight of the diesel CR4 BSIV is 1110kg while the TDI Diesel powered model has a kerb weight of 1095 kg. The petrol powered Indigo weighs 1070 kg.

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Tata Indigo CS Interior

Tata Indigo CS Interior

Ed's take: The interior of the eCS doesn’t feel old anymore and it has seen an upgrade. Also, the fact that Tata is targeting first-time sedan owner, hence the features are basic. The quality of materials used has been improved.

 

Despite being a compact sedan, the new Indigo eCS is quite spacious on the inside. It has a comfortable seating for four/five with ample headroom, legroom, shoulder room, elbow room and boot space. Stepping inside the car is easy with the keyless entry option in place. The interiors however pose more like the Indica model but the quality of the material and beige color is unique to Indigo eCS. The cabin design is ruled by the long horizontal dashboard central console in wood finish that houses two AC vents, the AC controls and the audio system. The ‘T’ shaped three-spoke beige colored steering, looks amazing and provides a proper grip of it. The dashboard also has two AC vents on both the sides. The central console flows down to the bottom of the gear shifter and the handbrake. The gearshift knob is provided with an option of leather wrapping on some models.

 

The vehicle’s interiors are available in pleasant Dual Tone-Beige & Coco Brown and seats are provided with partial fabric or full fabric options. There are storage pockets on the front/rear doors besides bottle cup holders. There is also a front power outlet in addition to front and rear cabin lamps and vanity mirror on co-driver side. At the rear, there’s ample of space for two/three passengers to sit comfortably. There is also a rear hand rest that can be folded to house three persons.

 

Interior Comfort:

 

In terms of comfort levels, the vehicle has been designed to make journeys so easy and relaxing for the occupants that even long trips could be planned out with it. Comfort features include, internally adjustable ORVMs, comfortable seats and an easy accommodation of nearly five passengers. There are front and rear power windows in the high-end variants. The seats can be chosen from full or partial fabric option as per the choice of the customers. There are two headrests at the rear to make the long journeys comfortable for the rear passengers. The front seats are manually adjustable and have adjustable headrests. The new model also gets heater option, height adjustable driver seat, auto drive assist and many others. For the petrol variants the Clutch-to-Start option is also available. Another comfort feature is the remote levers for the fuel and trunk lid. The rear view mirror of the new Indigo eCS has an antiglare function to make night driving much safer.

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Engine and Performance

Ed's take: The 1.4-litre CR4 engine that Tata is offering is more economical than the 1.3-litre quadrajet that it is using on its Vista and Manza. While the performance on both of them, is sort of similar. The CR4 engine has done wonders for the Indigo eCS and the Indica eV2. Even the CNG is a good engine to have.

 

This compact sedan is available with three engine options that includes, two diesel and one petrol powered model. The two diesel engine are 1.3-liter diesel CR4 and 1.4-liter diesel Tdi, while the power output figure is the same for both i.e. 69.04bhp. While the petrol model gets 1193cc MPFi engine which generates 64.11bhp of maximum power. All the engines are mated with a smooth five-speed manual gear transmission.

 

Power:

 

Ed's take: The power of the CR4 engine from Tata is good and it is decent on paper as well. The power delivery is linear and even the drivability is spot on. The power of the CNG is decent too.

 

The new Tata Indigo eCS is available with three engine options - two diesels and petrol. The diesel engines are; Common Rail CR4, 16 valve DOHC BSIV compliant engine that has a displacement of 1396cc and that delivers 69.04bhp of power at 4000rpm and a maximum torque of 140Nm at 1800-3000rpm. The other diesel engine available is the TDi, turbocharged diesel engine with intercooler. This engine has a power of 69.04bhp that it churns out at 4500rpm. This engine is BSIII compliant and has a maximum torque of 135Nm. While the petrol motor is MPFI engine, 1193cc, BSIV compliant and has the ability to generate maximum power of 64.11bhp at 5000rpm and a maximum torque of 100Nm at 2700rpm.

 

Accelration:

 

Ed's takeThe acceleration of the eCS is good and it is very drivable, unlike the olden days Indigos. The CR4 has made a lot of difference

 

The diesel variant catches 0 to 100 kmph speed in just 18 seconds while the petrol variant touch the 100 kmph mark in just a second earlier in 17 seconds. The engines have proved to be fuel efficient and releases lesser carbon emissions. Specifically the petrol engine with multi-point fuel injection system allows perfect flow of fuel, which churns the overall performance of the engine.

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Stereo & Accessories

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Ed's take: The eCS comes with music system that supports Bluetooth connectivity and also gets power windows.

 

A music system with CD/MP3 player is available on the LX, GLX, VX and GVX series of Tata Indigo eCS. The new Indigo has four inbuilt speakers and digital clock. This makes the compact sedan served the need of entertainment while on-wheels.

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Wheels

The high end models come with seven-spoke alloy wheels, while the lower range models comprises of regular wheels with radial tyres and wheel caps. The tyre size is 175/65 R14, which provides better grip of the surface. This further assist into enhanced handling of the vehicle.

Braking & Handling

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Ed's take: The eCS having a short wheelbase enhances its handling capabilities. This is one sedan that can go well around bends.

 

The new Tata Indigo eCS has vacuum assisted, independent dual circuit, diagonal split hydraulic brakes through tandem master cylinder. The front brakes are ventilated Disc type while the rear brakes are drum brakes. The front suspension is an independent McPherson strut with Coil Spring while the rear suspension is an independent 3-link McPherson strut with Antiroll Bar. This combination suppresses severe jerks which are usually felt while riding on Indian roads. The steering of the new Tata Indigo eCS is a rack and pinion type with collapsible steering column. With the new steering mechanism, the vehicle is quite easy to maneuver on city roads. The ground clearance of 165mm allows better handling and sharp turns are possible 

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Safety and Security

Ed's take: The safety features on the Indigo eCS include airbags and ABS.

 

High-end variant of the new Tata Indigo eCS comprises of advance safety features like Anti-Lock Braking system (ABS), central locking, keyless entry, new EORVM with third lane visibility and door ajar/seatbelt warning. Apart from these, in order to provide enhanced visibility, the company has also implemented LED high mounted stop lamps in the car. To ensure child safety there are child safety locks on rear doors. The collapsible steering further enhances the safety feature of the car.

Pros & Cons

Tata Indigo CS Pros :

1. Fuel economy of EMAX CNG version is good.

2. Leg space and storage capacity is good.

3. Easy to maneuver in peak traffic conditions.

4. An ideal vehicle for budget car buyers.

5. Performance of diesel engine is good.

 

Tata Indigo CS Cons :

1. Outdated exterior appearance.

2. Quality of interior plastic is not up to the mark.

3. Comfort and safety features must improve.

4. Fuel economy of petrol version is poor.

5. Wheelbase and ground clearance can be increased.

Tata Indigo CS Specifications

Variants Transmission Engine Description Mileage Power AC Power Steering Central Locking
City Highway
LS (TDI) BS-III
(Diesel)
Manual 1405cc
4 Cylinder 16 Valve
16.04 19.09 69.04bhp @ 4500rpm Standard Standard Standard
LX (TDI) BS-III
(Diesel)
Manual 1405cc
4 Cylinder 16 Valve
16.04 19.09 69.04bhp @ 4500rpm Standard Standard Standard
eLS BS IV
(Diesel)
Manual 1396cc
4 Cylinder 16 Valve
23.0 25.0 69.04bhp @ 4000rpm Standard Standard Standard
eLX BS IV
(Diesel)
Manual 1396cc
4 Cylinder 16 Valve
23.0 25.0 69.04bhp @ 4000rpm Standard Standard Standard
eVX
(Diesel)
Manual 1396cc
4 Cylinder 16 Valve
23.0 25.0 69.04bhp @ 4000rpm Standard Standard Standard
eGLX BS IV
(Petrol)
Manual 1193cc
4 Cylinder 16 Valve
12.32 15.64 64.11bhp @ 5000rpm Standard Standard Standard
eGVX
(Petrol)
Manual 1193cc
4 Cylinder 16 Valve
12.32 15.64 64.11bhp @ 5000rpm Standard Standard Standard
Emax CNG GLS
(CNG)
Manual 1193cc
4 Cylinder 8 Valve
19.3 24.6 55.23bhp @ 5200rpm Standard Standard Standard
Emax CNG GLX
(CNG)
Manual 1193cc
4 Cylinder 8 Valve
19.3 24.6 55.23bhp @ 5200rpm Standard Standard Standard

Tata Indigo CS Price

Variants New Delhi Bangalore Mumbai Chennai Pune Hyderabad Kolkata
LS (TDI) BS-III
(Diesel)
4,99,792 5,01,973 5,09,862 4,96,923 5,00,109 5,10,851 5,24,848   Get On Road Price  
LX (TDI) BS-III
(Diesel)
5,34,329 5,27,667 5,45,437 5,24,150 5,34,722 5,46,002 5,60,351   Get On Road Price  
eLS BS IV
(Diesel)
5,38,132 5,40,994 5,49,353 5,37,605 5,38,533 5,49,872 5,64,259   Get On Road Price  
eLX BS IV
(Diesel)
5,51,542 5,54,643 5,63,167 5,49,592 5,51,973 5,63,521 5,78,044   Get On Road Price  
eVX
(Diesel)
5,89,099 5,90,567 6,09,096 5,87,050 5,96,660 6,08,902 6,23,879   Get On Road Price  
eGLX BS IV
(Petrol)
4,92,588 5,08,508 5,10,346 5,02,346 4,98,570 5,05,930 5,20,035   Get On Road Price  
eGVX
(Petrol)
5,20,044 5,39,466 5,42,143 5,30,290 5,29,055 5,36,887 5,51,303   Get On Road Price  
Emax CNG GLS
(CNG)
4,82,635 - 5,00,448 - 4,97,022 4,87,551 -   Get On Road Price  
Emax CNG GLX
(CNG)
5,09,621 - 5,31,002 - 5,26,750 5,16,646 -   Get On Road Price  
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  • Model upgrades have become a regular affair in the Indian auto space, which to specifically point out is undergoing a bit a lull. Therefore in order to keep customers involved and with the growing competition from Maruti and Honda, Tata motors recently launched an entire gamete of their existing line up of vehicles in their upgraded avatars, out of which today we bring for you the ‘New Indigo eCS’ in its more glamorous appeal....
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  • The Cheapest Car - Cheap as in Poor Quality as well
    By Venugopal Pisharody | |954 Views
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    Tata Indigo eCS is the cheapest car? The poorest possible quality. A car one would not recommend to one's worst enemy. Note following stats: The AC rotary switches (rarely touched) on the dash board was non-functional in just 13 months of use. In my earlier third world Korean car, Santro, all the controls worked perfectly  for 10 years, 100000 kms till I sold the car. The AC was non-functional within three years, 23000 kms of use. In Santro  ... read full review
  • value for money but company should give importance for finishing for better looking
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    Look and Style Good. Comfort: good. Pickup: good. Mileage average 18 to 18.5 per liter. Best Features: abs. Needs to improve: finishing in plastics, finishing in dicky, provision for fixing mud cover  for each tyres. Overall Experience: Satisfied with over all performance.... read full review
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    Look and Style = It looks awosome , and the style is also good as compare to other car on this range   Comfort- With more space and with quick cooling.   Pickup   Mileage - in city more than 15 with A/C. and 20 in highway.   Best Features   Needs to improve   Overall Experience  ... read full review
  • Tata Indigo eCS, a frugal sedan
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    Look and Style In the beginning of the this year I bought the e series of Tata Indigo CS. On its first look the new Tata Indigo eCS throws an appearance of a compact sedan. The front is dominated by the headlamps and big bonnet with inbuilt turn indicators inside the headlamp units. Comfort Though from the outside the new Indigo eCS looks like a compact sedan but when it comes to comfort it is not less than any other sedan. The car has a ergon... read full review
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    Recently, Tata Motors launched the Tata Indica Vista face-lift. Next on the cards is the launch of Tata Indigo CS eVX variant that houses a diesel engine and Tata Indigo CS eGVX, which is a petrol variant that is to take place today, that is on September 1st, this year. Presently, the Tata Indigo CS is available in the market in 4 variants, two in petrol and another two in the diesel variants. The petrol variants are eLS/eGLS and the diesel variants are eLX/eGLX.

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    Tata Motors today commercially launched its all new Tata Indigo e-CS, the most fuel-efficient sedan in the country, with a host of exciting features. Built on the existing Tata Indigo platform, the Tata Indigo e-CS succeeds the highly successful Tata Indigo CS, the most compact sedan in the world, which became a best seller in the first year of its launch in 2008, and opened up a completely new market for upwardly mobile young professionals.

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  • New Tata Indigo CS e-series launched
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    Tata Motors, India's leading car maker has launched an upgraded version of its popular car in India, the Tata Indigo CS. The new version of Tata Indigo CS is compatible to the new BS-IV emission norms. The car has been launched with a new DICOR engine which is able to generate the maximum power of 70PS at torque of 4000rpm.

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  • Clutch plate worn out in First 3Km-Indigo ecs Hi help me find the problem!! I bought a new Tata indigo ecs. I took a delivery at 7pm on 19/07/14. The clutch plate worn out in a mere 30mn from the delivery hard about 3Km. The mileage at the time of delivery was 47Km. My dealer is complaining of 1. Driving with Handbreaks on. 2. Driving with half clutch My driver has 8 years experience. He is well aware of all these things. I browsed all the possible causes of this over net. 1. Hand Breaks: I am pretty sure that hand breaks were released completely. B’coz I have myself checked it once. a. The only option is that the hand break is faulty. b. Even with the hand breaks on it could take at least several days for clutch plate to burn out. 2. Half clutch : This could really wear out the clutch plate rapidly. a. But is 3Km/30mn with top speed of 3 km in silk board traffic sufficient time to wear out? b. In 3Km tour, He might have changed the gear at least 200 times. How probable is that he has used the half clutch in all 200 gear shifts? Here is a bit of justification that my driver is not the culprit. As per the advices by various experts on Car : 1. When a clutch is worn out the gear shifts are not smoother. a. From the moment he took off from the showroom he had problem shifting gears. I have at least asked 10times in the very first 100mtrs. 2. The pickup drops significantly. a. Yes the pickup was very damp from the moment he took off. Please help me find the real cause. | Reply
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