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Old 16th November 2017, 22:43   #61
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It's only the Duster that outputs about 245Nm torque. Every other sedan or hatchback with a 1.5 diesel output far lesser.
VW Twins, Vento and Rapid makes 250Nm, and let's not forget Hyundai Verna which makes 10Nm more from a little bit more engine size. So I think MSIL should go for 100-110BHP and 230-250Nm figures, If they want to stay in the game. Well they will be there obviously but still!

On a personal note, It's high time India got 100BHP+ cars (entry sedans and premium hatchbacks). You are shelling out close to 15 Lakhs for a decent entry-level sedan. All the gadgetry and economy are welcomed as always but don't we deserve more?
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VW Twins, Vento and Rapid makes 250Nm, and let's not forget Hyundai Verna which makes 10Nm more from a little bit more engine size. So I think MSIL should go for 100-110BHP and 230-250Nm figures, If they want to stay in the game. Well they will be there obviously but still!
Cannot agree more. 105 - 100 bhp with 230Nm+ should do the job. The Vento and the Verna engines are several notches above the 1.3 Multijets
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Default Re: Rumour: Maruti successfully tests Ciaz 1.5L diesel

Any updates on when the new 1.5L powertrains from maruti are expected?
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Maruti Suzuki's 1.5L diesel engine plans on track. To debut in BS VI models in late 2019/ 2020.

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The in-house engine will become Maruti’s diesel engine of choice in India from 2020 onwards when BS-VI emission norms kick in

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Maruti Suzuki's 1.5L diesel engine plans on track. To debut in BS VI models in late 2019/ 2020.Link
Looks like all's not well with the Maruti 1.5L diesel: refinement and NVH issues, price, etc From reading it appears they are grappling with getting it right. There will always be a market for diesels for those with high running.
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Default Re: Rumour: Maruti successfully tests Ciaz 1.5L diesel

More details on the 1.5L Diesel Ciaz,

- Will be available in 3 variants -Alpha, Delta and Zeta
- 6 MT, the reverse gear positioning has been relocated with lift lock

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Default Re: Rumour: Maruti successfully tests Ciaz 1.5L diesel

Info from someone who has seen the engine first hand:

1. Codenamed the E15 engine
2. Has Aluminium Block
3. NVH is much improved compared to older DDIS 200
4. Engine Oil filter is similar to Petrol vehicles
5. Awesome driveability. This is one of its key highlights. Turbo lag is non existent.
6. Has Variable Geometry Turbocharger in Ciaz
7. EGR is also different compared to 1.3L engine, now gets vacuum controlled too
8. No separate throttle body, like the S Cross 1.6
9. No separate Exhaust manifold, construction looks similar to K10C aka Baleno RS' engine

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6. Has Variable Geometry Turbocharger in Ciaz
This puts an end to hopes of higher power/torque rated engine for the heavier S-Cross.

Will see how this engine fares under the hood of an Ertiga, once it is out next month.
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5. Awesome driveability. This is one of its key highlights. Turbo lag is non existent.
Nothing else really matters in the real world. This is the single most important factor that can make or break a car, especially in today's crowded cities. It will also ensure minimal downshifts during highway rides.
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While Maruti Suzuki's next launch is the Ciaz 1.5L (D), ACI lays out its comparative specifications with its peers!

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Default Re: Rumour: Maruti successfully tests Ciaz 1.5L diesel

With the small diesel on the way out with BS6 why is MS testing/releasing a new one. In fact the Maruti boss has said so. Better concentrate on EVs.

Remember Tata is developing the eVision which is a pure EV saloon, so MS will have serious competition. What I hear is it will be priced between 15 and 25L ex Delhi. This can depend a lot on the taxation scenario. There is a claim of a 1000km range (I doubt it) and a 10 year warranty on the power pack.
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VW Twins, Vento and Rapid makes 250Nm, and let's not forget Hyundai Verna which makes 10Nm more from a little bit more engine size.
Add to it Tata Nexon with the in house Revotorq engine too. It has 260 Nm torque like Verna.
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Maruti produces lighter cars than others - so they may not require the torque unlike other manufacturers. The 225 Nm torque could be sufficient for driveability and kitana deti hai mindset.

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With the small diesel on the way out with BS6 why is MS testing/releasing a new one. In fact the Maruti boss has said so. Better concentrate on EVs.
BS VI diesel will not be in their (MS) lower range of cars. Likely to be in Ertiga, Ciaz and above.
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BS VI diesel will not be in their (MS) lower range of cars. Likely to be in Ertiga, Ciaz and above.
What about the Vitarra Brezza ?
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