Tata Winger with updated styling and a BS-6 compliant engine is all set to be launched in the Indian market as it makes its way to the dealership stockyards. Read the complete report here.
Tata Motors showcased the updated BS-6 Winger at the 2020 Auto Expo. The multi-purpose van that once looked all crude and boxy, featured a modern design in its BS-6 avatar. Test mules of the same have been spotted at times on test. But, now the BS-6 Winger has started reaching the dealerships, which hints towards a launch anytime soon. Tata Motors will offer the Winger in a lot of configurations, namely Tourist/Staff 9/12/13/15 seater, Skool 13/18/20 seater, and Ambulance 3200/3488.
In the BS-6 iteration, Tata Winger gets a modern look for the front fascia, which is inspired by the Harrier. The dated design for the front now gets split-type headlamps, where the DRLs are mounted on the top, while the headlamps sit in the lower portion of the bumper. While the overall design of the Winger stays the same, changes to the bonnet have helped in giving it an appealing silhouette. On the sides, it now gets a set of steel wheels but with nice-looking dual-tone finished wheel caps. Also, the layout of the doors has been changed. It comes with just one door on the passenger side like its chief rival – Force Tempo Traveller.
Powering the BS-6 Winger is a 2.2L 4-cylinder turbocharged diesel engine. It is tuned to belt out a peak power output of 100 PS and 200 Nm of max torque. The transmission duties are performed by a 5-speed manual gearbox. The Winger is FWD maxi-van, where the rear end gets stub axles. This actually is a different layout than most other vehicles available in this segment.
Talking of the interior, there are multiple seating configurations on offer, ranging from 12+D to 20+D. It is available with a slew of features, such as individual AC vents, push back seats, and multiple charging points. Tata Motors will also offer the option of increased roof height, wherein the in-cabin height is measured at 1,800 mm. In terms of dimensions, only the width of Winger remains constant at 1,950 mm in all the variants, whereas the length ranges in between 4,940mm to 5,548 mm and height ranges in between 2,460 mm to 2,670 mm.