We review and compare great offerings in the pickup truck segment: Mahindra Imperio vs. Tata Xenon.
Mahindra Imperio’s unmatched power, modern day style, tech savvy cabin and spacious room has make it undoubtedly the market leader and with fuel smart technology, it could be used for anyone between power and mileage. Also, being low on maintenance and faster on turn around, the pick-up is just a perfect vehicle to look up while planning to buy one for self use or business.
The Tata Xenon is equipped with a great engine under the hood. Moreover, it has a lot of convenient features inside the cabin. The safety features along with braking are also up to the mark in its kind. The double cab version has a seating capacity of five, including the driver. The stopping power is generated from disc brakes up front and drum brakes for the rear. For the suspension, there are double wishbone for the front and Parabolic leaf spring for the rear.
|Mahindra Imperio||Tata Xenon|
|Price||From Rs. 7.05 Lakh||From Rs. 9.95 Lakh|
|Engine||DI engine with common rail technology||TATA 2.2L DICOR BS IV|
|Max Power||74 bhp @ 3200 rpm||136.1 bhp @ 4000 rpm|
|Max Torque||220 Nm @ 1400-2200 rpm||320 Nm@1700 -2700 rpm|
|Clutch||Single plate dry clutch||Single Plate dry Friction type 240 mm Dia|
|Fuel Tank (Litres)||55||65|
|Suspension||Front Suspension: Independent Front Suspension
Rear Suspension: Leaf Spring
|Front Suspension: Double Wishbone Type with Torsion Bar
Rear Suspension: Parabolic Leaf Springs
|Steering||Power steering||Power steering|
After reviewing the specifications, which one will you choose?