Tata Winger (2017)

Tata Winger (2017)


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Ex-Showroom Price

₹ 7,00,000 - ₹ 7,56,365
* Delhi. May vary.


Car Variant 2017 Tata Winger Diesel Platinum
Availability Status in India Discontinued
Car Type MUV
Fuel Type Diesel
Latest Price in India Tata Winger Diesel Platinum price was INR 7.56 lakh before being discontinued.
ARAI Mileage (Certified) 10.71 kmpl
Official Tagline India's 1st Maxivan
Maximum Power 90 HP @ 4300 rpm
Maximum Torque 190 Nm @ 2000 rpm
Engine Details 1948cc, TCIC
Mileage (City) 6 kmpl (approx.)
Mileage (Highway) 8 kmpl (approx.)
Overall Length 4920 mm
Overall Width 1905 mm
Overall Height 2050 mm
Wheelbase 2780.0 mm
Ground Clearance 165.00 mm
Kerb Weight 1620.00 kg
Turning Radius 5.65 metres
Seating Capacity 7
Fuel Tank Capacity 60.00 litres
Brakes Front Ventilated, Rear Disk
Suspension Front-Mcpherson Struts Rear-Parabolic leaf spring
Alloy Wheels
Tyre Size R14
Steering Adjustment (Rake)
Steering Mounted Controls
Rear AC Vents
Remote Fuel Filler
Steering Adjustment (Reach)
Air Conditioner
Power Steering Power
Rear Defogger
Rear Washer & Wiper
Rain Sensing Wipers
Power Windows
Remote Boot Release
Body Coloured Bumpers
Outside Rear-view Mirrors Both Side
Tinted Glass
Rear Seat Belts 5
Parking Sensors
Electronic Brake Distribution (EBD)
Anti-lock Braking System (ABS)
Electronic Stability Program (ESP)
Traction Control
Central Locking Remote
Trip Distance 2
Xenon Headlamps
Front Fog Lights
Darkness Sensing Headlamps
ORVM Turn Indicators
Music System Yes
Leather Seats No
Folding Rear Seats
Rear Centre Armrest Yes
Driver Seat Adjustment Manual
Key Features of the Car
Summary Tata Winger Diesel Platinum is mid sized powerful MUV coming from Tata Motors. It is priced at an ex-showroom cost of 7,56,000. Tata Winger comes packed with a 1948cc TCIC engine which generates a maximum power of 90 bhp @ 4300 rpm and gives out a torque of 190 Nm @ 2000 rpm. The MUV has a company claimed mileage of 10.71 kmpl with a ground clearance of 165 mm and 60 litres fuel tank capacity. It is marketed as India's first Maxivan with a seating capacity of 7. In this segment it faces competition from Force Motors Traveller and Maruti Eeco.

Tata Winger (2017) Review

29 Sep, 2014 02:16 PM

Expert Review by Maxabout

Winger is a Multi-Purpose Maxi Van from Tata which aims to become the most comfortable and luxurious van in the commercial sector. In this article, we try to figure out more about this van in detail.


Tata has tried its level best to make this van look as stylish as possible. It features a wide windscreen at it front which complements the slanted front look of Winger. The broad front grille comes with a Tata logo at its centre and a chrome bar placed just above this front grille. The square shaped clear lens headlights further enhance the look of Winger. The top variant of Winger comes with round shaped fog lights housed in its long bumper. The air-inlets also complement the look of fog lights. Move to the side of this van and you will notice three large side windows placed just above its body panels. Tata has placed decals on its side doors which looks sporty with the side footsteps. Winger features rear sliding doors with body colored door handles. The top variant also features wheel covers which add premium touch to this van although we wish if it had bigger tyres and wheel arches. This van looks extremely tall when seen from the back. The tall boot gates give it bland looks while you will also notice stylish tail lights at the back.


The van comes with plush interiors which makes it look premium. The leather wrapped two-spoke steering wheel and gear knob further enhance its visual charm. Tata has used high quality of fabrics in its seat covers. The top variant comes with bucket seats which give you optimum under thigh and back support. The stretched wheelbase ensures proper leg room for all passengers. Winger is available with different seating arrangements depending upon your preference. It comes with seating capacity of 7, 9, 12 and 13 people.

Comfort and Convenience

Apart from its comfortable bucket seats, Winger comes with power steering, dual AC with rear vents and controls, three- way adjustable driver seat, ORVMs on both side, individual arm rests and large doors for easy entry/exit.

Dashboard and Storage

Tata Winger has a modern dashboard with usage of high quality of plastics. The instrument console of Winger is also placed on this dashboard which looks quite futuristic with blue backlit. The car features circular dials for its analogue tachometer, speedometer, fuel and temperature gauge. Apart from a spacious glove box in this dashboard, it also comes with an integrated utility tray. There are many cup, bottle holders and magazine pockets in Winger. There is enough amount storage room at the back and it also features two lockable utility compartments to keep important documents.

Music System

The top variant of Winger comes with an integrated 2-DIN music system with four in-built speakers. This audio system comes with USB and AUX-in ports for direct connectivity of your musical gadgets.

Engine and Gearbox

Winger is powered by a 4-cylinder 1948cc diesel engine. This engine churns out a maximum power of 90 bhp at 4300 rpm. The torque output of this SOHC engine is of 190 Nm which ranges from 2000-3000 rpm. This engine is mated with a five speed manual gearbox which supplies power to its front wheels only.

Acceleration and Performance

The engine responses quite impressively at low rpms and that’s the biggest USP of this engine. With full load and AC, the car faces only minor turbo lag which goes away gradually. The short gear ratios allow you to properly use the power of this van. The instant half throttle responses make it easy for you to drive Winger in city traffic .The NVH levels have been kept low which makes it less disturbing on highways. It can easily reach the speed of 120km/hr. The rubbery gearbox is not that convenient though but with instant throttle reactions, you don’t have to use it frequently.

Mileage and Safety Features

The fuel efficiency of Winger ranges from 10-12km/ltr. Winger features seat belts on all seats for your safety and also comes side impact beams, headlamp levelling device, high mounted stop lamps and rear door child lock.

Suspension and Braking System

Tata Winger is equipped with McPherson Struts at its front and double parabolic leaf springs at the back. Winger features disc brakes with twin pot calliper at its front and drum brakes at the back with LSPV technology which assesses the load on the all wheels and accordingly applies the brakes.

Ride and Handling

The long wheelbase of 2780mm and ground clearance of 165mm makes sure that Winger stays stable at high speeds. The advanced suspension system also gives you comfortable journeys and digests most of the potholes easily. Winger features anti roll bar which tries to make it stable around corners but its small tyres fail to hold this van properly and there is noticeable body roll. The power steering of Winger has a minimum turning radius of 5.65m which makes a big different to ride and handling of this van. Winger can easily be handled in city traffic and feels quite confident at high speeds. The braking system also effectively stops this heavy machine whenever required.

Shades, Variants and Warranty

Winger is available in four different variants and in three different shades. It’s also available as a school, cargo van and ambulance. You can get it customized also as per you need. For minimal maintenance cost, Winger comes with a warranty of 150000 kilometres or 18 months.


This maxi van has already become quite famous in our Indian market. It serves different purposes and gives you incredible amount of comfort and space. The premium features and easy ride ability of Winger differentiates it from regular vans and currently, there is no other van available in our Indian market which is as economical and powerful as Winger. We certainly feel it’s a complete value for money van which will become even popular in the upcoming time.

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I have driven this car to nubra valley, leh, Sikkim and even Rajasthan.

Soumen Sinha | One year ago
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Long distance travelling is quite comfortable.

Best Features: Driving position, superb stability

Pros: Comfort and visibility

Cons: No ABS and power windows

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