Why the low end engine punch?
By: sanket on 31 march 2015
Hello Sanket !!
Bolt Petrol version features 1193 cc engine delivering power of 90PS and Torque of 140NM. That’s a very good power and torque combination. With ARAI claimed mileage of 17kmpl. It has best combination of performance one can opt for. Bolt price ranges from 4.45Lac to 6.0Lac in petrol version and 5.50Lac to 7.0Lac in diesel versions.
The technical specifications of Bolt Revotron 1.2 T is that it has four engines with total capacity of 1193 cc. On the other hand, the diesel version Quadrajet 1.3 model has 1248 cc four stroke engine. The petrol version, which is Bolt Revotron 1.2 T, has maximum power of 90@5000, the power of diesel version is 75@4000. Again, the maximum torque of 140@1500-4000, the diesel version has torque of 190@1750-3000. The front brakes of both the versions are disc type and that of the rear are drum type. These combinations in both the variants of Tata Bolt make them appreciably fuel efficient. Thus, while the fuel efficiency of Bolt Revotron is 17.57 kmpl, fuel efficiency of Quadrajet is 22.95 kmpl.
Bolt Revotron is the petrol version that comes with a powerful 1193 cc 4 cylinder engine. The 1.2-litre Revotron Engine churns out maximum power of 90@5000 and the maximum torque of 140@1500-4000, that makes a good combination. As Tata is proficient in delivering high-performance diesel cars, the diesel version of Bolt features more powerful Quadrajet 1.3 model has 1248 cc four stroke engine with the power of 75@4000 and has torque of 190@1750-3000. Fuel efficiency is its one of the most appreciated feature, it claims mileage of 17.57 kmpl in petrol variant, fuel efficiency of Quadrajet is 22.95 kmpl. Bolt price ranges from 4.45Lac to 6.0Lac in petrol version and 5.50Lac to 7.0Lac in diesel versions.
The low end engine punch is a feature attributed to the diesel powerhouses present. The basic difference between a diesel and a petrol engine is the ability to produce power and torque. While the petrol engine produces more power, diesel gives out better torque and that too at very low rpm, i.e. without having to rev too much. This ability lets the engine deliver more power to the wheels which makes it easier to climb, work on full load, and drive off roads.