Tata Magic Iris Review
The Tata Magic IRIS is a product which is based on engines similar to the Tata Nano and the engine is quite robust for the use it is meant to be. A higher version on low sized Engines, The Tata IRIS comes with variants which are in Petrol and Diesel.
Probably, Tata IRIS and Tata Nano will be launched on another Engine Model - The Air Compressor Engine which does not consume fuel but works on Air Compression on account of its low cc engine capacity.
While you cannot enjoy the comfort of the big sized engine vehicles, but still it is able to carry out your work of travelling from one place to other and to carry the cargo up to its limits and capacity.
The better feature in this vehicle is the Cable shift type gear box which makes it very smooth and easy to change gears which is a problem in the other types of Gear box and thus makes its smaller and easier to handle.
The BS 3 Compatibility is the need of today with low pollution emission standards being put on the market of vehicles. A BS 4 model will be more appreciable as in the coming few years, BS 5 will be coming and BS 3 vehicles may get banned. Even in some cities of India, the BS 3 vehicles are not allowed to be sold and thus the Tata Magic Iris is of no use for those people.
While the Bajaj Market is also very high and they are also releasing Quality products since long time, it will be a tough start for Tata to launch the Tata IRIS for the common vehicle usage like the Auto Rickshaws and Commercial small vehicle type Cargo vehicles. More over with doors and hinges may cause an increase in maintenance of the vehicle when compared to the all open public vehicle Auto Rickshaw by Bajaj Automobiles.