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Humble beginnings: It had started as a humble product as a 9-seater when it was introduced in 2007, but now it already has a wide range of variants meant for schools, public transport, and hospitals. The Winger has come a long way from the time it was launched. The new image adds a sleeker look, and aesthetically, it is an MPV. The new upgrade has a better-looking front and added features that are modern and competitive. The upper portion of the truck has changed from the earlier version and sports a better look. Competition makes products step up their efficiency and looks because Winger’s first version was barer and not attractive.
Engine: It has a displacement of 2200cc and [email protected] horsepower. The efficient and powerful engine is suited for carrying up to 15 people and performs satisfactorily in speed.
Fuel: The MPV drives on diesel. As Tata Motors has already crossed the milestone of selling 10,000 electric vehicles of Nexon and Tigor, many good things are going for the company. In the future, we hope this MPV runs on battery. Petrol and diesel might just become redundant in the future, and eventually, the Tata Winger might also operate on battery.
Transmission: With a 5-gear system, it has a manual transmission. There are two conflicting groups of people who believe either of these two: Automatic and manual. You guessed it right! Manual transmission allows the driver to save more fuel-efficient because automatic one consumes more fuel.
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Tata Motors came out with a better Winger BS6, an upgrade in 2020, first launched in 2007. It comes with nine variants - Tata Winger Tourist/Staff 12 S, Tata Winger Staff 12+D/13+D, Tata Winger Tourist/Staff 9+D, Tata Winger Skool 3488 WB 20+A+D, Tata Winger Skool 3200 WB 18+D, Tata Winger Ambulance 3200, Tata Winger Tourist/Staff 15S, Tata Winger Skool 2800 WB 13+D and Tata Winger Ambulance 3488. It is available in two shades of white. The vehicle’s selling point is that it is spacious and more attractive than other rival’s products. The product is aimed at companies or establishments for carrying staff or passengers, and it has bettered itself little by little over its competitors. The company boasts of the utility of a van with the feel and comfort of a car. The school variant is also safe and modern with child locks, side-impact beams, and additional sliding doors. The ambulance version is also really modern, with updated machinery needed for patients. There are multiple USB charging points with the new versions because everyone has a mobile and individual AC vents, too.
The new upgrade comes with a price which starts at Rs12.05 lakh (Ex-showroom price Delhi). The warranty period of the multi-purpose vehicle (MPV) is for 18 months and 1,50,000 km.
Its rival competition models are Force Traveller, Mahindra Xylo, and Maruti XL6. Despite having tough competition in the segment, experts still recommend Winger for its versatility and newly added features.
The space and comfort it provides to passengers is the product’s edge over competitors. In addition, its mileage goes a long way for a people’s-mover van like Winger.
The company could never make a mistake with pricing. The van is a much more sophisticated vehicle with the proper pricing, better mileage, and ready-made variants than its rivals’.
The new variant sports a different and better look. Besides, the driver’s seat has more comfort than before.
Environment-friendly: DPF technology of the vehicle has devices that physically capture diesel particulates to prevent their release into the atmosphere.
Child lock: It has a child-lock feature and a proper belt system for every seat.
The 60-litre fuel tank is the right choice for tourists’ travel because its fuel-efficacy and the large tank cut down on the number of stoppages.
Despite its improvements in its features, the monocoque design and the van’s height make it look box-like and not aerodynamic.
In its rival truck, Force Traveler, ground clearance is 200 mm, whereas it is 180 mm in Winger.
Force Traveler has a 70-litre fuel tank, whereas Winger has a capacity of 60 litres.
The driver can tilt the steering wheel in Force Traveler, whereas it can’t be done in the Winger.
Tata Winger Luxury 9-seater gets powered by a 2179cc engine, whereas Force runs on a 2596cc engine.
Force Traveler has a 280-mm-diameter clutch with a clutch booster, whereas the WInger’s clutch has a 280-mm diameter.
With a clutch of companies in this segment, Tata Motors went all the way to capture this market by launching variants to suit the customers’ wants. Comfort and its price range are some of its advantages over its peers. Winger, in its new avatar, has better features than the previous ones. Fuel efficiency, vehicle choice in terms of passengers, and attractiveness are its advantages over its peers. In terms of comfort, individual air-conditioning vents, USB ports, and more headspace are some of the highlights of the MUV. The MUV is a product that can be suited according to the needs of a customer. The Winger is a better choice for any customer when it comes to pricing. If you are going to ferry workers, this will be an ideal vehicle because its pricing is better. The ideal buyers of this product would be companies which would be hiring drivers and ferrying staff or those hospital administration which would purchase Winger for ambulances. Serving different kinds of customers, the product has an edge over its peers.
Among its features, you can also find that Telematics is a safety cover from erratic drivers, and you can resolve issues before any untoward incident happens. Tata Winger shines better than its peers, and the pricing is good. This makes it an ideal vehicle for school, health care,officer-goers, and ambulances. School authorities can use Telematics to monitor all their drivers so that an accident or any untoward incident doesn’t happen.
Body Type Minivans
Fuel Type Diesel
ARAI Mileage 10.71 kmpl
Seating Capacity 14