Is the Kwid capable of replacing the Eeco. And is the 800cc motor sufficient to carry 4 - 5 bags along with four people in it.
By: sandeep veer on 4 november 2015
The Eeco has a marginally bigger engine (1.2 litre) and therefore is slighly more powerful too (73 bhp in comparison to 53 bhp). Not only that, the Eeco's engine is even more torquier which makes it definitely more capable than the Kwid. But you take into account that the Kwid has marginally low kerb weight (about 660kg), and it should help the matter somewhat. I would still suggest you to take a test drive and see if the slightly lower kerb weight of Kwid helps the matter.
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