Nov 14, 2018: The Tata Ace Mega is a higher grade model in the Ace lineup and has some exclusive features given. For a start, it has a good gradeability of 30%, but a ground clearance of just 175 mm, which does not appear to be anything outstanding. However, the presence of disc brakes makes things better, along with the standard parking brakes, unlike the lower models in the range.
It is powered by a 0.8-litre engine which is capable of making a maximum power of 40 bhp at 3,750 rpm and a peak torque of 100 Nm, coming at 1,700 rpm. A 5-speed manual gearbox does the transmission duties.
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Very service after sale , good comfort of driver cabin with good mileage. Tata ace with heavy body material. its easy to maneuver the vehicle on narrow city roads. With GVW of 2,100 kg and payload of 990 kg, Mega XL can carry nearly all kinds of city loads like FMCG, crates, warehouse material, sacks, and more. Other features include tubeless tyres, Antilock Braking System (ABS), seat belts and latest navigation system.
The Tata Ace Mega XL is one of the best small commercial vehicles in India. It was launched in 2017 along with its other two siblings. The vehicle is the perfect option to fulfil the demands of the customers who need to transport heavy loads and cover long distances.
The vehicle gets a rugged design, which makes it flexible and significant option in the respective segment. It can be used on busy urban roads as well as in rural area with rough terrains.
The truck comes with integrated headlamps along with dual tone front bumper. The console is perfectly placed into the centre and it has some convenience feature including a mobile charger and digital clock.
The Tata Ace Mega XL is one of the high-grade models among the Ace models and is equipped with a host of quality features. It is powered by a Dicor TCIC, two-cylinder, BS-IV compliant engine. The 0.8-litre mill is capable of pumping out up to 40 hp of power and the peak torque is 100 Nm, The maximum power and torque comes at 3,750 rpm, while the peak torque comes at a range of 1,700 to 2,000 rpm.
The power is sent to the wheels via a 5-speed manual gearbox along with the help of a 190 mm single plate dry clutch.
The vehicle can hit a top speed of 80 kmph and can return a mileage of 19.4 kmpl. It comes with a 4x2 axle configuration, which can delivers quality performance on normal city roads. It has an overall driving range of around 550 kilometres.
The Tata Ace Mega XL is pretty much similar to its sibling, the Tata Ace and is one of the big names in this segment. It comes with a deck body and a day cabin is built on the chassis.
The truck is 4,075 mm in length, 1,430 mm in width and 300 mm in height. It comes with a gross vehicle weight (GVW) of 2.1 tonnes. This includes 1.07 tonnes of kerb weight, while the payload capacity is 1.03 tonnes. The small truck has a wheelbase of 2,250 mm and carries a fuel tank of 30 litres.
The handling of the Tata Ace Mega XL is quite good. It offers an amazing turning radius in the segment of 4.75 mm and the driver will not face any major issues while taking a U-turn even in cities or short roads. The power steering and the excellent throttle response add to the long convenience features list.
The truck gets an impressive ground clearance of 175 mm, which makes sure that the vehicle will not be damaged while driving in a bit off-road conditions. Moreover, an excellent off-road gradability of 30% provide extra assurance and as a result, the driver’s tension while driving in off-roads is reduced.
Speaking of its suspension, the vehicle comes with semi-elliptical leaf spring unit with anti-roll bar on both the front as well as the rear.
The Tata Ace Mega XL comes with disc brakes at the front rigid axle, while at the rear hybrid axle, there are 254 mm drum brakes. Though the absence of the ABS might be an issue, the brakes are quite capable of stopping this pick up at ease.
Speaking of its safety features, the D+1 cabin has seat belt for both the driver and the co-driver. Moreover, parking brakes are also provided for the driver’s convenience. This allow driver to park the vehicle in a bit of inclined area or on bridges.
As mentioned before, the Tata Ace Mega XL comes with an excellent design along with long wheelbase. Also, there is a day cabin placed upon the chassis.
Moreover, the occupants inside the truck get good comfort. However, the absence of the AC might be an issue, though the comfortable seats make up for it.
It comes with a power steering, and hence, changing the lane might not be a big issue. The driver can adjust the seat according to the comfort. It comes with tubeless tyres, which give the much-needed grip and will be helpful while driving at a high speeds.
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