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Leather seats [?]
Seat upholstery is offered either in fabric or leather.
Folding rear seats [?]
Describes whether the rear seats of the car fold down to form a bigger boot. Some rear seats may have a 60:40 split.
Glovebox lighting [?]
States if the glove compartment is illuminated.
Tachometer [?]
Meter that shows how fast the engine is spinning in rpm (revolutions per minute).
Trip computer [?]
Measures distance covered during that trip only in km. This can be reset, unlike the odometer which logs the complete distance that the car runs during its lifetime. Some cars have a multi-function display that shows a lot of information, including tank range, instantaneous fuel consumption and ambient temperature.
Cruise control [?]
Keeps an electronic eye on the car's speed so that you don't have to apply pressure on the accelerator to keep the car going at a constant speed. A useful feature if you do a lot of highway driving.
Fog lamps [?]
Fog lamps help visibility when it is in short supply, and are therefore needed if you live in a place where winters mean frequent periods with fog. No real gain in clear conditions.
Headlamp washer [?]
Usually are jets of water directed onto the headlamp lenses to clear dirt from them.
Parking sensors [?]
Proximity sensors fixed in the rear (and sometimes front) bumper that give either audible or visual indication of how far your car's bumpers are from obstacles.
Rear-view camera [?]
An additional parkinng help feature that displays a feed from the rearward-facing camera on a screen in the car.


Audio system type
Aux compatibility
USB compatibility
Steering-mounted controls
No. of speakers


Rear AC vents [?]
Dedicated air-conditioning vents for the second/third row of occupants.
Central locking [?]
Locking one door (usually one of the front doors) engages or disengages the locks on all doors.
Power windows
Power steering
Steering adjustment [?]
Denotes whether the steering wheel is non-adjustable or adjusts for height or height as well as reach.
Seat adjustment [?]
Denotes if seat adjustment is manual or electric.
Height-adjustable driver's seat
Height-adjustable seat belts
Rear centre armrest
Rear defogger [?]
Helps condensed water evaporate from the glass area at the back, improving rear visibility. Is especially useful in humid or cold areas. If you see thin horizontal lines running across the rear glass, a rear defogger or 'heater' is present.
Rear wash/wipe
Remote boot release
Remote fuel lid [?]
Means that you don't have to take your key to the fuel filler flap. Most cars have either a cable release accessible from the driver's seat, or a push release that unlocks with the central locking.


ABS [?]
An Anti-Lock Braking system helps you retain steering control during panic stops and in low-grip situations like in the wet. It regularly will shorten on-road stopping distances as well. A must-have that is well worth every paisa.
EBD [?]
An advanced version of ABS, EBD regulates braking force for each wheel. Helps immensely in differing situations like when the vehicle has only one occupant, or all five. Or even if a single wheel goes off into the dirt, EBD could be the difference between a scare and a crash.
Airbags [?]
Inflatable bags of gas that deploy in the event of a crash, preventing injury - for example, like that arising from a driver's face hitting the steering wheel during a crash. In cars with eight or more airbags, they practically surround the occupants in a crash, insulating them from the worst. They need to be used in conjunction with seat-belts, else they aren't effective.
Traction control [?]
Prevents a wheel from spinning up under hard acceleration either by applying the brake to that particular wheel or cutting power. This helps maintain vehicle control.
ESP [?]
The Electronic Stability Program makes sure that the vehicle is travelling in the direction that the front wheels are pointing, thus ensuring greater vehicle control.
Engine immobiliser [?]
It'll take more than just a properly cut key to steal a car with an immobiliser: the key and engine share a radio-frequency code that has to match before the car's computer will allow the engine to start with the key.
Auto headlamps [?]
Headlamps that turn on automatically once it gets dark.
Auto windscreen wipers [?]
Wipers that turn on automatically when it rains. Some cars automatically adjust wiper speed as well.
Child safety locks [?]
Makes the rear doors non-responsive to the inside door handles. They open with the outside handles, though. Prevents unsupervised children or escaping convicts from opening the rear doors.


Extra Features


Length x width x height [?]
Exterior Dimensions.
3940x1710x1505 mm
Wheelbase [?]
The distance between the front and rear axles. A good indicator of how much space - legroom - the cabin will have.
2525 mm
Kerb weight [?]
The weight of the vehicle. A lighter car will use less fuel, be quick, and change direction more readily - all positive characteristics in a car. Safety features like ABS, airbags and even crumple zones add to the weight of a car, but not by much.
1033 kg
Ground clearance [?]
The distance from the ground to the nearest object on the car's underside. Will your car clear the little hill masquerading as a speed breaker on the road outside your house? Here's where you find out.
165 mm


Engine type/model [?]
Denotes the swept volume of the engine. The more the displacement, the less stressed your engine will be. This isn't a direct relation to power or torque figures any more with the widespread use of turbocharging.
DOHC Kappa
Displacement [?]
Denotes the swept volume of the engine. The more the displacement, the less stressed your engine will be. This isn't a direct relation to power or torque figures any more with the widespread use of turbocharging.
1197 cc
Power [?]
Shows how powerful your car is. Is a good indicator of top speed.
80PS @ 5200rpm
Torque [?]
Denotes twisting force of your engine. Is a good indicator of how drivable your car is - the higher the torque figure, the less you'll have to change gears in heavy traffic or to overtake on the highway.
112Nm @ 4000rpm
Compression ratio [?]
A high compression ratio generally denotes a more efficient and/or powerful engine. However, high compression ratios and poor fuel don't mix well.
No. of cylinders [?]
The more the number of cylinders, the more power that can be generated from a given displacement. Manufacturers are cutting down on this figure now - less manufacturing costs (lower sticker prices) and increased fuel efficiency (less internal friction) are the obvious benefits.
Valves per cylinder [?]
Valves are what allow air and fuel in and out of your engine. More the valves, the better your engine will breathe and the more efficient it will be. The 2-valve-per-head designs offer very good torque at low revs, making them very good for commuting.
Fuel type
Fuel system [?]
Denotes the type of fuel delivery system of the engine.
Fuel injection


Top speed


Seating capacity
Fuel tank
Boot space

Fuel economy

ARAI efficiency [?]
Fuel efficiency as denoted by the Automotive Research Association of India.
18.15 kmpl


No. of gears
Final reduction gear ratio
Clutch type


Rack and pinion, electric assist
Turning radius [?]
Turning radius is a good indicator of how manoeuverable a car will be - the smaller this figure, the easier it will be to dart in and out of gaps in traffic and make U-turns.




McPherson strut with gas shock absorber
Couple torsion beam axle with gas-filled telescopic dual acting type shock absorber

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