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Which is better among Tata Indigo eCS and Tata Zest?

By: Drauna on 17 october 2014

6 Answers:

What Indigo couldn't do for Tata, they have expected zest to do so. And yes Zest is standing tall on those expectations, be it design, engine, performance, utilities the new Zest is all fired up for the competition. Zest has a smaller but slightly refined engine than Indigo. It has a 1.3L quadrajet engine producing 74bhp power and 190Nm torque. Zest also comes up with alloy wheels in all the variant and touch screen infotainment system and automatic drive in the top models. The ride quality is very much smoother than its predecessor and doesnt shake or vibrate even at speeds higher than 120kmph. The interiors are comfortable and classy. Even it does not have the spacious and ruggedness of indigo but in no sense it gives you second thoughts. All in all it might be a game changer for Tata and definitely better than Indigo eCS.

Sonal Gupta   2014-10-17

To get an edge over the market and to overcome certain lackluster features of its previous variants like the Indigo eCS Tata motors came with the high performance sedan Tata Zest. Be it is quality, design or comfort Zest is all set for the market and will fire up the competition. It is one of the best automatic diesel cars one can buy. Though not much difference in their on-road price, Zest offers much more utility features than Indigo eCS. Zest comes with a mileage of 14.0 kmpl on highway, an engine of 1.3L quadrajet producing 74bhp power and 190Nm torque and multifunction steering. The entertainment feature of Zest is over the top with touch screen infotainment system, and automatic drive in the top models. The quality of Zest's ride is fairly much smoother with no bumps and shakes at high speeds of 110 kmph. Talking of the interiors they are lavishly classy and comfortable and exteriors are way too good. Even though it does not match Indigo's spacious aspect still Zest is a worth buying. For Tata motors Zest can be an edge over its previous models and it’s definitely a better choice.

Karishma   2014-11-21

Tata zest is better as compare to the indigo eCS. Tata zest is much better in engine power, performance and design. It has a 1.3L quadrajet engine producing 74bhp power and 190Nm torque with alloy wheels in all the variant and touch screen infotainment system. Automatic transmission is also there in Zest whereas there is no such features are available in Tata Indigo eCS. Interior plastic is of good quality when compared with Indigo. Exterior is stylish as after years Tata have left their legacy design of Indica so this time they have some stylish and stunning pair of exterior.

Kamal   2015-06-11

I do agree on with the Zest which is a better option than the Tata Legacy Indigo. As compare to the zest Engine capacity 1248cc, Indigo eCS is 1396cc. The mileage of zest in the city 23.0kmpl and on the highway 25.0kmpl where as indigo eCS have same mileage as zest. But Tata zest interior is more classy and comfortable and design is dynamic, zest is better than Tata indigo eCS. The ride quality is comfortable and softer than its predecessor even at high speeds.

Dev   2015-06-13

Tata Zest offers extra useful features than Indigo eCS. But I am not agree with the mileage part, Tata Zest comes with a mileage of 14.0 kmpl on highway, an engine of 1.3L quadrajet producing 74bhp power and 190Nm torque. The quality of ride is very smooth in indigo, But indigo cars does not comes with rear airbags. Interior is comfortable and generously looking with smart functions. The entertainment feature of zest comes with touch screen infotainment system where as Indigo is having a basic music system, Tata Zest comes with Automatic gear option whereas Indigo has no such functionality.

Asad   2015-06-15

Tata zest is the better option than Indigo. Most important factor of Zest is its spaciousness than indigo. Zest comes with advance features comparatively with indigo. It has a 1.3L quadrajet engine with three speed modes eco, sport and city mode when tends to product different powers at different times, producing 74bhp power and 190Nm torque with multifunction steering. Zest has Automatic transmission option and infotainment with touch screen system but indigo is not at all nearby

Tanay   2015-06-16

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