Tata Motors has upgraded the Indica eV2 and now it isn’t just spacious but even the quality of materials used on the inside has been improved too. The
Indica eV2 was always a spacious hatchback and Tata has added more frills to this hatchback in the last one decade. The insulation of the cabin has been
improved too. The Indica eV2 now gets Bluetooth connectivity, better quality plastics and better fit and finish.
The Indica eV2 retains the same spacious interiors as before. The front row or the rear, both offer good amount of space. The thigh and side support
offered by the seats aren’t that amazing. But one cannot expect much from this price tag.
The CR4 is definitely the pick of the lot, when we consider the BS4 and BS3 powertrains that are offered with the Indica eV2. The gear shifts have been a
major improvement too. The CR4 and the TDI both have the same engine block and CR4 produces 68bhp of power, while the TDI has 52 bhp. The TDI produces a
torque of 85 Nm, while the CR4 churns out 140 Nm. The power delivery from this oil burner is fantastic, and it is no longer sluggish like the old 1.4 litre
block. The 1.2 litre petrol engine on the Indica, which was called as the Xeta has now been discontinued, and only the diesel engines are available at the
The Tata Indica eV2 has good ride characteristics, while the handling is decent as well. The Indigo/Indica platform always had a plush ride and this has
even trickled down to the eV2. Due to the shorter wheelbase, the Indica eV2 has a slightly stiffer suspension. The suspension on this hatchback does a fair
job of absorbing the road shocks and filtering all the shocks.
Despite the soft suspension of the Indica eV2 means better handling characteristics of the sedan. It doesn’t feel rolly when you push it hard, however it
isn’t that fun to drive as it lacks the feedback from the steering wheel. Also, the steering wheel can’t be adjusted.
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