Tata’s all-new offering in the entry-level segment, Zica is all set to be launched on January 20. Zica is likely to be priced around Rs.4 lacs and will be taking on the likes of Maruti Celerio and the Hyundai i10.
Powering this hatch is a pair of brand new engines- a naturally aspirated 1.2-litre Revotron petrol engine which in turn churns out 83 Bhp of power along with 114Nm of torque and a 1.05-litre Revotorq diesel engine which produces 69 Bhp of power and 140Nm of torque. Both of these engines are 3 cylinder units and come mated to a 5-speed manual transmission.
Zica also gets a very plush cabin with soft-touch materials used throughout the dash. The top-end variant of Zica will come equipped with dual front airbags, ABS, alloy wheels and a brilliant Harman sound system with USB, AUX and Bluetooth connectivity.
Dimensions of Tata Zica Length - 3746 mm Width - 1647 mm Height - 1535 mm Wheelbase - 2400 mm Kerb Weight - Petrol - 1012 Kgs; Diesel - 1080 Kgs Ground Clearance - 170 mm Fuel Tank Capacity - 35 litres (both petrol and diesel) Tyre Size - 175/65 cross-section R14 Boot Space - 240-liters 22 cabin storage spaces
Tata Zica is also the first car in its segment with Multi-Drive modes - City and ECO modes which are present in both its petrol and diesel variants. Along with the multi-drive modes, Zica also gets a Navigation app that lets you duplicate turn-by-turn navigation on the car’s infotainment display and a Juke- Car App that shares the entire list of the songs played from a connected-device/host to the rest of the connected devices through a virtual network created using your mobiles personal hotspot.
How does it stand against its Competition?
We drove Zica in Goa last month. Have a look- Tata Zica: First Drive Expert Review
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Source : CarDekho