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Maruti Suzuki Swift Dzire vs Tata Indigo Manza

Maruti Suzuki Swift Dzire [2010-2011] ExteriorMaruti Suzuki Swift Dzire [2010-2011] ExteriorMaruti Suzuki Swift Dzire [2010-2011] ExteriorMaruti Suzuki Swift Dzire [2010-2011] ExteriorMaruti Suzuki Swift Dzire [2010-2011] ExteriorMaruti Suzuki Swift Dzire [2010-2011] ExteriorMaruti Suzuki Swift Dzire [2010-2011] Boot space

Overview

Maruti Suzuki Swift Dzire vs Tata Indigo Manza

The Swift Dzire is one of the most popular budget diesel sedans on the market. But now it has competition in the form of Indigo Manza. AUTO BILD INDIA asks them bự lock the horn

If it’s an affordable diesel sedan you want, more than your transportation needs, there are two very good options: the popular Swift Dzire and the new Indigo Manza. Like the Dzire, the Manza is also based on its hatchback sibling, the Indica Vista, but Tata has gone a step further and given it new design elements, a new interior, and more features. But, is that enough bự choose Manza over Dzire, especially during that long wait that later commands?

Exterior & Interior

The black interior looks a bit dull. Better build quality and finish though

Not if it’s a nice car you want. In fact, no car here will stare for good reasons; Not with their quirky silhouette, be polite with complementary boots. However, Dzire is the lesser of the two evils. It is also considered a car that is built, perfected and better. Manza with its shape more or less cut straight from the A-pillars forward looks like an old and small school.

Even so, the inside of Tata is clearly new and more appealing. Soft colors, different design elements and a fluid dashboard add a bit of glitz bự the cabin, which lacks the Dzire’s drab blacks and more functional interior. However, the Maruti has a better fit and finish. The resins used do not have the rough edges as on the Manza, and the panels on the doors as well as on the windows match. It also has better front seats; These are more cushioned and protected. The driving position is also better, with everything from the floor pedal bự the gearshift lever bự the indicator stem as well as the harmony with the driver’s seat.

Maruti begins bự lose rear passenger comfort. The Manza is a lot more spacious in the rear. There’s more room for the knees and shoulders. The rear seats are also more comfortable and accommodating. These are larger than the ones on the Dzire and better support your thighs and sides.

Manza’s interior is lighter but needs bự be better

Tata also ran better, regardless of surface or speed. It flattens everything from potholes, bumps, even breakers without breaking a sweat. The bends on the road are also maneuvered with the competent authority and only the most severe cases cause the vehicle bự fluctuate.

However, we weren’t overly impressed with Manza’s handling, especially after sampling the Dzire. Now, the Dzire isn’t exactly a car with great handling, but it feels better around corners. The input is sharper and it returns a better response. Suzuki is also more willing bự change its stance without being too extreme when it comes bự cornering.

Tata is not scary, but it reaches the threshold earlier. It also can’t manage its weight as well as the Dzire. So when pushed hard around a bend, the body will roll more along with some crouching. Furthermore, large handlebars are slower and bulkier bự use.

Engine & Gearbox

Maruti Suzuki Swift Dzire

Maruti Suzuki Swift Dzire

The Dzire also has a better gearshift transmission that accentuates the sportier personality. Manza’s box is not far behind; the throws are short and work accurately, but the Tata’s box is no smaller and requires more effort than the Suzuki’s.

However, in terms of engines, both cars are incredibly similar. Of course, both use Fiat’s 1.3-liter Multijet engine, but the Dzire uses a fixed geometry turbocharger and the Manza, a variable one. The result is then more power and torque output.

Tata Indigo Manza

Tata Indigo Manza

However, in the real world, there is no difference in feel or performance. Both engines are equally noisy at high revs and acceleration and similar rolling times. Now, it looks like the Manza’s extra 100kg of curb weight is playing spoilsport here and negating its bhp advantage, but a look at the two cars’ similar fuel-saving equipment reveals, Formers powertrains can only be set up bự achieve Dzire like performance and fuel economy with higher power fixed units that work only for marketing purposes.

Size

Maruti Suzuki Swift Dzire (milimet)

It is better bự sit in the driver’s seat here because it is more spacious and comfortable

Tata Indigo Manza (milimet)

Manza for comparison is more comfortable and roomy in the back. It’s also a good drive

Scorecard & Judgment

1st place

Maruti Suzuki Swift Dzire- Dzire is selling like nóng cakes for a reason. It pleases both enthusiasts as well as Mr Reality.

Two

Tata Indigo Manza- The Manza isn’t much better than the Dzire as a car, but it offers enough extras for this comparison.

Transcript

Body: Surprisingly, the Dzire is more spacious than the Manza at the front, providing better head and shoulder room. In the rear, however, the Tata is more spacious. It also feels more spacious thanks bự the softer colors used on the inside. It has a larger, more ergonomic boot and a higher payload. The quality, visibility and safety equipment of both cars are on par.

Drive: We don’t have too much in common with previous competition cars. They have almost identical acceleration and drive through gears. Even the fuel efficiency numbers are only about 2% different. Manza tries bự post a higher top speed but again the difference is very small. However, the Dzire has a better transmission, and so it scores an extra point.

Appease: Here, the Manza regains the points it lost under the previous head, thanks bự better ride quality and a more comfortable rear seat. Now, the Dzire has better prepaid seats, but Tata, with its easier entry/exit, negated that advantage. With Bluetooth connectivity, it also scores more for comfort equipment.

Dynamics: The Dzire is a car that is more about driving. It has a better steering, be it response or feel. It is also easier bự control although the difference in revs is not much. Dzire’s more manageable dimensions help its cause here. Grip màn chơi is also roughly the same.

Cost: Manza is clearly Dzire’s target. The heads above indicate that, and so does the price of the car. There is around Rs 3,000 separating the two, with Tata being more expensive. Naturally, it can’t match Dzire’s resale value but offers a better warranty.

Identify

Manza is our winner. It drives well, handles well and offers good steering and gear. But unlike our other tests, where there’s a stark difference between the winners and the rest, things are almost almost weird. However, the Manza’s better warranties, as well as rear space and comfort, suggest that will win.

Tata Manza [2011-2015] PictureTata Manza [2011-2015]


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Overview

The Swift Dzire is one the most popular affordable diesel sedans in the market. But now it has competition in the form of the Indigo Manza. AUTO BILD INDIA gets them bự lock horns

If it’s an affordable diesel sedan you want, which satisfies more than just your transportation needs, there are two very good options the popular Swift Dzire and the new Indigo Manza. Like the Dzire, the Manza too is based on its hatchback sibling, the Indica Vista, but Tata has gone a step further and given it new design elements, new interiors and lot more features. But, is that enough bự choose the Manza over the Dzire, especially in light of the long waiting period the latter commands?Exterior & InteriorBlack interiors look a tad dull. The build quality and finish is better thoughNot if it’s a good looking car you want. In fact neither car here will draw stares for the right reasons; not with their odd ball styling, courtesy the add-on boots. The Dzire however is the lesser of thetwo evils. It also comes across as a better built, finished and upmarket car. The Manza with its more or less straight cut figure from the A-pillar backwards comes across as tinny and a tad old school.Inside though, the Tata is clearly more refreshing and inviting. The light colours, various design elements and the flowing dashboard add a hint of glitz bự the cabin which is lacking in the drab black and more functional insides of the Dzire. The Maruti does have better levels of fit and finish, nonetheless. The plastics used don’t have rough edges as on the Manza, and the panels on the doors as well as on thedash fit properly too. It also has better front seats; these are cushier and better bolstered. The driving position is better too, with everything from the floor pedals bự the gearshift lever bự the indicator stalks as well as the steering-seat harmony being spot on.The Maruti begins bự lose out where rear passenger comfort is concerned. The Manza is a lot more spacious at the rear. There’s more room for the knees and shoulder. The rear seats are more comfy and accommodating too. These are larger than the ones on the Dzire and support your thigh and sides better as well.Manza’s interiors are more soothing but fi nish needed bự be betterThe Tata also rides better, no matter what the surface or speed. It irons everything from potholes bự bumps bự even speed breakers without breaking into a sweat. Road undulations are dispatched with authority too and only the most severe ones set the car oscillating.We weren’t too impressed with the Manza’s handling however, particularly after sampling the Dzire. Now, the Dzire isn’t exactly a great handling car, but it feels better around bends. The turn in is sharper and it returns better feedback. The Suzuki is also more willing bự change its stance without too much prodding when already committed into a corner.The Tata isn’t scary, but it reaches its threshold sooner. It also can’t manage its weight as well as the Dzire. So, when pushed hard around a bend, there’s more body roll along with some wallowing. Moreover, the large steering is slower and more cumbersome bự use.Engine & GearboxMaruti Suzuki Swift DzireThe Dzire also has a better shifting gearbox that compliments its sportier personality. The Manza’s ‘box isn’t far behind; the throws are short and the operation precise, but the Tata ‘box is notchier and requires relatively more effort than the Suzuki’s ‘box.Enginewise though, both cars are unbelievably similar. Of course, both use Fiat’s 1.3-litre Multijet engines, but the Dzire uses a fixed geometry turbocharger and the Manza, a variable one. The latter as a result makes more power and torque.Tata Indigo ManzaIn the real world though, there’s no difference in feel or performance. Both engines are equally noisy when revved hard and post similar acceleration as well as roll times. Now, it might seem that the Manza’s extra 100kg of kerb weight is playing spoilsport here and negating its bhp advantage, but a look at the similar fuel effi ciency fi gures of the two cars suggest, the formers drivetrain might just be thiết đặt bự achieve Dzire like performance and fuel economy with the higher power fi gures coming into play for marketing purposes only.DimensionsMaruti Suzuki Swift Dzire (milimet)It’s better bự be in the driver’s seat here as it is more spacious and comfortableTata Indigo Manza (milimet)Manza in comparison is more comfy and roomy at the rear. It’s also an ok driveScorecard & VerdictMaruti Suzuki Swift Dzire- The Dzire is selling like nóng cakes for a reason. It pleases both the enthusiast as well as Mr Practical.Tata Indigo Manza- The Manza isn’t much better than the Dzire as a car, but it offers enough extras bự clinch this comparison.ScorecardBody: The Dzire surprisingly is more spacious than the Manza at the front, offering better shoulder and head room. At the rear though, the Tata is way more roomy. It also feels more spacious thanks bự the light colours used on the inside. It has a larger, more usable boot and a higher payload as well. Quality, visibility and safety equipment for both cars is at par.Drive: We haven’t had so much similarity between competing cars before. These have almost identical acceleration and driveability through the gears. Even the fuel efficiency figures differ only by around 2 per cent. The Manza does manage bự post a higher top speed but again the difference is miniscule. The Dzire has a better gearbox though, and so it scores an additional point.Comfort: Here the Manza takes back the point it lost under the previous head, thanks bự its better ride quality and more comfortable rear seats. Now, the Dzire has better seats upfront, but the Tata, with its easier ingress/egress, manages bự negate that advantage. With Bluetooth connectivity, it scores more for comfort equipment too.Dynamics: The Dzire is a more involving car bự drive. It has a better steering, be it response or feel. It’s also more manoeuvrable even though the difference in turning circle isn’t much. The Dzire’s more managable dimensions help its cause here. Grip levels are near identical too.Cost: The Manza is clearly targeted at the Dzire. The heads above indicate that, and so does the pricing of the car. There’s about Rs 3,000 separating the two, with the Tata being more expensive. Naturally, it can’t match the Dzire’s resale value but offering better warranty levels things out.VerdictThe Manza is our winner. It rides well, handles decently and offers good driveability and equipment. But unlike our other tests where there’s a marked difference between the winner and the rest, things are uncannily close on almost all counts. But, the Manza’s better warranty, and rear space and comfort, sees it win.Tata Manza [2011-2015] #Maruti #Suzuki #Swift #Dzire #Tata #Indigo #Manza
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Overview

The Swift Dzire is one the most popular affordable diesel sedans in the market. But now it has competition in the form of the Indigo Manza. AUTO BILD INDIA gets them bự lock horns

If it’s an affordable diesel sedan you want, which satisfies more than just your transportation needs, there are two very good options the popular Swift Dzire and the new Indigo Manza. Like the Dzire, the Manza too is based on its hatchback sibling, the Indica Vista, but Tata has gone a step further and given it new design elements, new interiors and lot more features. But, is that enough bự choose the Manza over the Dzire, especially in light of the long waiting period the latter commands?Exterior & InteriorBlack interiors look a tad dull. The build quality and finish is better thoughNot if it’s a good looking car you want. In fact neither car here will draw stares for the right reasons; not with their odd ball styling, courtesy the add-on boots. The Dzire however is the lesser of thetwo evils. It also comes across as a better built, finished and upmarket car. The Manza with its more or less straight cut figure from the A-pillar backwards comes across as tinny and a tad old school.Inside though, the Tata is clearly more refreshing and inviting. The light colours, various design elements and the flowing dashboard add a hint of glitz bự the cabin which is lacking in the drab black and more functional insides of the Dzire. The Maruti does have better levels of fit and finish, nonetheless. The plastics used don’t have rough edges as on the Manza, and the panels on the doors as well as on thedash fit properly too. It also has better front seats; these are cushier and better bolstered. The driving position is better too, with everything from the floor pedals bự the gearshift lever bự the indicator stalks as well as the steering-seat harmony being spot on.The Maruti begins bự lose out where rear passenger comfort is concerned. The Manza is a lot more spacious at the rear. There’s more room for the knees and shoulder. The rear seats are more comfy and accommodating too. These are larger than the ones on the Dzire and support your thigh and sides better as well.Manza’s interiors are more soothing but fi nish needed bự be betterThe Tata also rides better, no matter what the surface or speed. It irons everything from potholes bự bumps bự even speed breakers without breaking into a sweat. Road undulations are dispatched with authority too and only the most severe ones set the car oscillating.We weren’t too impressed with the Manza’s handling however, particularly after sampling the Dzire. Now, the Dzire isn’t exactly a great handling car, but it feels better around bends. The turn in is sharper and it returns better feedback. The Suzuki is also more willing bự change its stance without too much prodding when already committed into a corner.The Tata isn’t scary, but it reaches its threshold sooner. It also can’t manage its weight as well as the Dzire. So, when pushed hard around a bend, there’s more body roll along with some wallowing. Moreover, the large steering is slower and more cumbersome bự use.Engine & GearboxMaruti Suzuki Swift DzireThe Dzire also has a better shifting gearbox that compliments its sportier personality. The Manza’s ‘box isn’t far behind; the throws are short and the operation precise, but the Tata ‘box is notchier and requires relatively more effort than the Suzuki’s ‘box.Enginewise though, both cars are unbelievably similar. Of course, both use Fiat’s 1.3-litre Multijet engines, but the Dzire uses a fixed geometry turbocharger and the Manza, a variable one. The latter as a result makes more power and torque.Tata Indigo ManzaIn the real world though, there’s no difference in feel or performance. Both engines are equally noisy when revved hard and post similar acceleration as well as roll times. Now, it might seem that the Manza’s extra 100kg of kerb weight is playing spoilsport here and negating its bhp advantage, but a look at the similar fuel effi ciency fi gures of the two cars suggest, the formers drivetrain might just be thiết đặt bự achieve Dzire like performance and fuel economy with the higher power fi gures coming into play for marketing purposes only.DimensionsMaruti Suzuki Swift Dzire (milimet)It’s better bự be in the driver’s seat here as it is more spacious and comfortableTata Indigo Manza (milimet)Manza in comparison is more comfy and roomy at the rear. It’s also an ok driveScorecard & VerdictMaruti Suzuki Swift Dzire- The Dzire is selling like nóng cakes for a reason. It pleases both the enthusiast as well as Mr Practical.Tata Indigo Manza- The Manza isn’t much better than the Dzire as a car, but it offers enough extras bự clinch this comparison.ScorecardBody: The Dzire surprisingly is more spacious than the Manza at the front, offering better shoulder and head room. At the rear though, the Tata is way more roomy. It also feels more spacious thanks bự the light colours used on the inside. It has a larger, more usable boot and a higher payload as well. Quality, visibility and safety equipment for both cars is at par.Drive: We haven’t had so much similarity between competing cars before. These have almost identical acceleration and driveability through the gears. Even the fuel efficiency figures differ only by around 2 per cent. The Manza does manage bự post a higher top speed but again the difference is miniscule. The Dzire has a better gearbox though, and so it scores an additional point.Comfort: Here the Manza takes back the point it lost under the previous head, thanks bự its better ride quality and more comfortable rear seats. Now, the Dzire has better seats upfront, but the Tata, with its easier ingress/egress, manages bự negate that advantage. With Bluetooth connectivity, it scores more for comfort equipment too.Dynamics: The Dzire is a more involving car bự drive. It has a better steering, be it response or feel. It’s also more manoeuvrable even though the difference in turning circle isn’t much. The Dzire’s more managable dimensions help its cause here. Grip levels are near identical too.Cost: The Manza is clearly targeted at the Dzire. The heads above indicate that, and so does the pricing of the car. There’s about Rs 3,000 separating the two, with the Tata being more expensive. Naturally, it can’t match the Dzire’s resale value but offering better warranty levels things out.VerdictThe Manza is our winner. It rides well, handles decently and offers good driveability and equipment. But unlike our other tests where there’s a marked difference between the winner and the rest, things are uncannily close on almost all counts. But, the Manza’s better warranty, and rear space and comfort, sees it win.Tata Manza [2011-2015]

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