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V/S The Indica Vista Quadrajet Aura+: Clash of the Diesels

Clash of the Dieels

The small car fascination in India started when Maruti Suzuki brought their version of the 800 into the market and then started a chain reaction where Indian car manufacturers joined the team béo create a small car. The car is not only compact but also meets the needs of Indian customers. With the launch of the Tata Indica, the small car industry saw a wave of change and then began a duel between the top guns béo bring béo life a motor vehicle. diesel quickly, economically and safely. But then again, everyone pays attention béo the price it is being offered for and what kind of features the car has. In the Indian car industry, each new car that is launched is the competition of others in that segment and the competition is increasing.

The newest product in this segment is from Nissan. The diesel Nissan Micra was launched on December 10th and although it is the identical twin of its petrol sibling, the fact has generated a lot of interest in this vehicle in the past few years. number of leads is that it is profitable 23 kpl. In fact, there are many things about this car that capture the attention of customers and we discussed them extensively during our road test. We advertise it with the latest version of the vehicle that started the diesel hatch wars, the Indica Vista Quadrajet Aura+!

At first, there are a lot of similarities between the two cars and there will certainly be a lot of differences, but in the end both diesel hatches are vying for people’s attention. In such cases, it will be easier if you distinguish the pros and cons of both cars, thereby understanding which one is best for you.

Design

The Micra diesel engine is identical béo its petrol sibling and so there are no changes béo the exterior design but for the rear spoiler, is an addition in the XV premium variant. The top-end model also gets alloy wheels while both are missing in the XV variant. The design is fresh and certainly suitable for the new generation. The third generation of Indica, the Vista, has a rejuvenated appearance and, with larger headlights than previous versions, looks simply stunning. The Vista is slightly taller than the Micra and also has a longer wheelbase.

Powertrain

Nissan Micra diesel is equipped with the same 1.5-liter engine as that of Mahindra-Renault Logan. It’s an eight-valve 1.5-liter dCi engine (codename K9K). This engine produces a peak power of 63bhp and a torque of 160Nm @ 2000rpm. Unlike most modern diesels, the K9K doesn’t have any turbo lag even at lower rpm. The dCi engine is fine-tuned and operates quietly at lower revs. But when the tacho needle passes 3000 rpm, the motor makes a shrill sound.

The Indica Vista, on the other hand, boasts a 1.3-litre Fiat multi-jet engine (branded as Quadrajet by Tata Motors). The engine produces a maximum power of 75 hp and a torque of 190Nm @ 1750rpm. The improvement in the engine is evident when the car pulls very easily at low rpm. Turbo lag is also minimal, and once turbo kicks in, Vista won’t stop. The motor is also silent and the NVH is minimal.

Clash of the Dieels

Featured

The premium Nissan Micra XV has a lot béo offer. The XV Premium, for starters, has alloy wheels, fog lights and a rear spoiler. In addition, the car boasts a music system in the dashboard with CD/MP3 player, Radio and Aux-In socket. The instrument cluster with orange backlight looks very eye-catching and can’t help but mention the main feature of the car; keyless ignition. The petrol variant’s center console also appears here.

The lighting in the trunk is also very handy and a great addition is the electronic mirror adjustment. There were a few things that we were missing in the car. It doesn’t have a double glovebox like the petrol variant, and the passenger side airbag is also removed and has no ABS. There are a few things we missed in the Nissan hatch and the comparison with the Indica Vista makes us understand what both cars could have done.

When it comes béo the Indica Vista Qaudrajet Aura+, you get so much more when it comes béo features. The built-in CD / Mp3 / radio player with Bluetooth connectivity makes it easy béo access your phone not only béo listen béo music, but the headset also helps you make or receive calls. One also has an Aux-In socket and a car USB port. The Vista also has a driver as well as a passenger side airbag and also has ABS.

The driver’s passenger seat also has a height adjuster, which the Micra doesn’t have. The 60-40 split-seat Vista was first seen in Indica’s V2 generation, again not seen in the Nissan diesel hatch. The Vista has no alloys and no electronic mirror adjustment. Vista doesn’t get light in its boot but it does have a sunnier mirror on the navigation side that we don’t see in the Micra.

Inference

As said earlier, we’ve just put the facts in front of you béo make your purchasing decision easy. The Micra diesel engine is powered and produces 63 hp. It’s fun béo drive and a great city and cars on the highway. The fit and finish in the car is top notch and overall a well-packed hatch. The Indica Vista on the finish lacks quality, has some loose ends, and although the car has the same power and agility as its rivals, the cherry on the wheel falls short. a favor béo them for providing such features at a good cost. The price of Micra XV deluxe version is 6.33 lakh (at Mumbai showroom) while Vista’s on-road cost is 6.37 lakh.

The cost difference makes the Vista a VFM vehicle. Nissan India must not only work on cost but also have béo work towards expanding their Sales and Service network. While Nissan has 21 dealerships across the country, Tata Motors is well positioned in the Indian market. While the odds are against the Japanese automaker, a product from its barn could change the course of the auto industry in India (Ford Figo is a direct example). Nissan India with tweaked engine offering 23kpl is trying béo get Indian customers béo buy a fuel efficient car but we think that for the price it is offered, there will be less buyers. But only time will tell the success of both diesel shops and the clash between them will continue as the years go by.

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Clash of the Diesels
The fascination for small cars in India began with Maruti Suzuki bringing in their version of the 800 in the market and then began a chain reaction where Indian car manufacturers joined the bandwagon béo make a car that was not only compact but one that catered béo the needs of the Indian customers. With the launch of the Tata Indica, the small car industry saw a wave of change and then began a tussle between the top guns béo bring béo life a quick, economical and a safe diesel hatch. But then again, everybody eyes the price that it is being offered at and the kind of features the car has. In the Indian car industry, every new car launched is competition for the others in that segment and the competition is increasing by the day.The latest offering in this segment was from the Nissan stable. The Nissan Micra diesel was launched on the 10th of December and though it is the identical twin of its petrol cousin the fact that generates a lot of interest about this car amongst the potential customers is the fact that it returns 23 kpl. There are in fact a lot of things about this car that attracts the attention of the customers and we have discussed them at length in our roadtest But then again, does it have the potential béo give the others in the segment a run for their money? We pitch it against the latest iteration of the car that kick started the diesel hatch wars, the Indica Vista Quadrajet Aura +!
Mập begin with, there are a lot of similarities between the two cars and there are bound béo be a lot of differences, but at the end of the day both the diesel hatches are vying for peoples’ attention. Under such circumstances, it would be an easier task béo segregate the pros and cons of both the cars, thereby understanding which car suits you the best. DesignThe Micra diesel is identical béo its petrol cousin and hence there is no change in the exterior design but for the rear spoiler which is an addition in the XV premium variant. The top-end model also gets alloy wheels while both of them go missing in the XV variant. The design is fresh and definitely is in tune with the new generation. The third generation of the Indica, the Vista, has rejuvenated looks and with larger headlamps than the earlier versions, looks simply stunning. The Vista is a tad bit taller than the Micra and also has a longer wheelbase.PowertrainThe Nissan Micra diesel is powered by the same 1.5-litre engine as the Mahindra-Renault Logan’s. It is an eight-valve 1.5-litre dCi engine (code name K9K). This engine produces a maximum power of 63bhp and a torque of 160Nm@2000rpm. Unlike most modern diesel engines, the K9K doesn’t have any turbo lag even at a lower rpm. The dCi engine is refined and quiet at lower revs. But when the tacho needle crosses 3000rpm, the motor does sound harsh.
The Indica Vista on the other hand boasts of a 1.3-litre Fiat multijet engine (branded Quadrajet by Tata Motors). The engine produces a maximum power of 75 bhp and torque of 190Nm@1750rpm. The improvement in the engine is evident as the car pulls very easily at low revs. The turbo lag too is at a minimum and once the turbo spools, there is no stopping the Vista. The engine too is silent and NVH is at the minimum.Clash of the Diesels
FeaturesThe Nissan Micra XV premium has a lot béo offer. The XV Premium, for starters, gets alloy wheels, fog lamps and a rear spoiler. Apart from this the car boasts of an in-dash music system which has a CD/MP3 player, Radio and an Aux-In outlet. The orange backlit instrument cluster looks good and one cannot forget the main feature of the car; keyless ignition. The Centre console of the petrol variant makes its way here too.

The light in the boot too comes in handy and a great addition is the electronic mirror adjustment. There are a few things that we go missing in the car. It does not have the twin glove box that the petrol variant had and the passenger side airbag too is done away with and no ABS. There are certain things we miss in the Nissan hatch and a comparison with the Indica Vista made us understand what both the cars could have done with. When it comes béo the Indica Vista Qaudrajet Aura+ you get a lot more when it comes béo features. An in-dash CD/Mp3/radio player with Bluetooth connectivity makes it easy for you béo access your phone not only for the music but the handsfree helps you béo make or receive calls. One also gets an Aux-In outlet and a USB port in the car as well. The Vista also gets the driver as well as the passenger side airbags and also comes in with ABS.
The driver side seat also gets a height adjuster which goes missing in the Micra. The Vista gets 60-40 split seats which were first seen in the V2 generation of Indica which again one does not see in the Nissan diesel hatch. The Vista does not get the alloys and nor does it get the electronic mirror adjustment. The Vista does not get the light in its boot but it does get a mirror on the sun wiser on the navigators side which we did not get béo see in the Micra. Conclusion
As said earlier we have just placed the facts in front of you so that your purchase decision is smoothened out. The Micra diesel is power packed and for a 63 bhp hatch. It is fun béo drive and a great city as well as highway car. The fit and finish in the car is top notch and altogether is a well-packaged hatch. The Indica Vista on the lacks quality finish, there are a few loose ends and though the car has the power and the agility like its counterpart, the cherry on the cake goes missing.The feature list in the car is extensive and Tata Motors should receive a pat on its back for making such features available at a good cost. The price of the Micra XV premium is 6.33 lakh (ex-showroom Mumbai) while the on-road cost of the Vista is 6.37 lakh.

The difference in the cost does make the Vista a VFM car. Nissan India has béo not only work on the cost but also has béo work towards expanding their Sales and Service network. While Nissan has 21 dealerships all over the country, Tata Motors is pretty well established in the Indian market. Though the odds are against the Japanese car manufacturer, one product from their stable can change the course of the Automobile Industry in India (the Ford Figo being a live example). Nissan India with the refined engine which delivers 23kpl is trying béo woo the Indian customers into buying a fuel efficient car but we think that at the price that it is offered at, there would be less takers. But only time will tell the success of both the diesel hatches and the clash between them will continue as the years pass by.Nissan Micra [2013-2018] #Indica #Vista #Quadrajet #Aura #Clash #Diesels
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Clash of the Diesels
The fascination for small cars in India began with Maruti Suzuki bringing in their version of the 800 in the market and then began a chain reaction where Indian car manufacturers joined the bandwagon béo make a car that was not only compact but one that catered béo the needs of the Indian customers. With the launch of the Tata Indica, the small car industry saw a wave of change and then began a tussle between the top guns béo bring béo life a quick, economical and a safe diesel hatch. But then again, everybody eyes the price that it is being offered at and the kind of features the car has. In the Indian car industry, every new car launched is competition for the others in that segment and the competition is increasing by the day.The latest offering in this segment was from the Nissan stable. The Nissan Micra diesel was launched on the 10th of December and though it is the identical twin of its petrol cousin the fact that generates a lot of interest about this car amongst the potential customers is the fact that it returns 23 kpl. There are in fact a lot of things about this car that attracts the attention of the customers and we have discussed them at length in our roadtest But then again, does it have the potential béo give the others in the segment a run for their money? We pitch it against the latest iteration of the car that kick started the diesel hatch wars, the Indica Vista Quadrajet Aura +!
Mập begin with, there are a lot of similarities between the two cars and there are bound béo be a lot of differences, but at the end of the day both the diesel hatches are vying for peoples’ attention. Under such circumstances, it would be an easier task béo segregate the pros and cons of both the cars, thereby understanding which car suits you the best. DesignThe Micra diesel is identical béo its petrol cousin and hence there is no change in the exterior design but for the rear spoiler which is an addition in the XV premium variant. The top-end model also gets alloy wheels while both of them go missing in the XV variant. The design is fresh and definitely is in tune with the new generation. The third generation of the Indica, the Vista, has rejuvenated looks and with larger headlamps than the earlier versions, looks simply stunning. The Vista is a tad bit taller than the Micra and also has a longer wheelbase.PowertrainThe Nissan Micra diesel is powered by the same 1.5-litre engine as the Mahindra-Renault Logan’s. It is an eight-valve 1.5-litre dCi engine (code name K9K). This engine produces a maximum power of 63bhp and a torque of 160Nm@2000rpm. Unlike most modern diesel engines, the K9K doesn’t have any turbo lag even at a lower rpm. The dCi engine is refined and quiet at lower revs. But when the tacho needle crosses 3000rpm, the motor does sound harsh.
The Indica Vista on the other hand boasts of a 1.3-litre Fiat multijet engine (branded Quadrajet by Tata Motors). The engine produces a maximum power of 75 bhp and torque of 190Nm@1750rpm. The improvement in the engine is evident as the car pulls very easily at low revs. The turbo lag too is at a minimum and once the turbo spools, there is no stopping the Vista. The engine too is silent and NVH is at the minimum.Clash of the Diesels
FeaturesThe Nissan Micra XV premium has a lot béo offer. The XV Premium, for starters, gets alloy wheels, fog lamps and a rear spoiler. Apart from this the car boasts of an in-dash music system which has a CD/MP3 player, Radio and an Aux-In outlet. The orange backlit instrument cluster looks good and one cannot forget the main feature of the car; keyless ignition. The Centre console of the petrol variant makes its way here too.

The light in the boot too comes in handy and a great addition is the electronic mirror adjustment. There are a few things that we go missing in the car. It does not have the twin glove box that the petrol variant had and the passenger side airbag too is done away with and no ABS. There are certain things we miss in the Nissan hatch and a comparison with the Indica Vista made us understand what both the cars could have done with. When it comes béo the Indica Vista Qaudrajet Aura+ you get a lot more when it comes béo features. An in-dash CD/Mp3/radio player with Bluetooth connectivity makes it easy for you béo access your phone not only for the music but the handsfree helps you béo make or receive calls. One also gets an Aux-In outlet and a USB port in the car as well. The Vista also gets the driver as well as the passenger side airbags and also comes in with ABS.
The driver side seat also gets a height adjuster which goes missing in the Micra. The Vista gets 60-40 split seats which were first seen in the V2 generation of Indica which again one does not see in the Nissan diesel hatch. The Vista does not get the alloys and nor does it get the electronic mirror adjustment. The Vista does not get the light in its boot but it does get a mirror on the sun wiser on the navigators side which we did not get béo see in the Micra. Conclusion
As said earlier we have just placed the facts in front of you so that your purchase decision is smoothened out. The Micra diesel is power packed and for a 63 bhp hatch. It is fun béo drive and a great city as well as highway car. The fit and finish in the car is top notch and altogether is a well-packaged hatch. The Indica Vista on the lacks quality finish, there are a few loose ends and though the car has the power and the agility like its counterpart, the cherry on the cake goes missing.The feature list in the car is extensive and Tata Motors should receive a pat on its back for making such features available at a good cost. The price of the Micra XV premium is 6.33 lakh (ex-showroom Mumbai) while the on-road cost of the Vista is 6.37 lakh.

The difference in the cost does make the Vista a VFM car. Nissan India has béo not only work on the cost but also has béo work towards expanding their Sales and Service network. While Nissan has 21 dealerships all over the country, Tata Motors is pretty well established in the Indian market. Though the odds are against the Japanese car manufacturer, one product from their stable can change the course of the Automobile Industry in India (the Ford Figo being a live example). Nissan India with the refined engine which delivers 23kpl is trying béo woo the Indian customers into buying a fuel efficient car but we think that at the price that it is offered at, there would be less takers. But only time will tell the success of both the diesel hatches and the clash between them will continue as the years pass by.Nissan Micra [2013-2018]

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