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OWNER’S MANUAL

CUSTOMER ASSISTANCE
In our constant endeavor to provide assistance and complete service backup, TATA MOTORS has established an all India customer
assistance centre.
In case you have a query regarding any aspect of your vehicle, our Customer Assistance Centre will be glad to assist you on our Toll
Free no. 1800 209 7979.
You can also approach nearest TATA MOTORS dealer. A separate Dealer network address booklet is provided with the Owner’s
manual.
TATA MOTORS 24X7 Roadside Assistance Program offers technical help in the event of a breakdown. Call to the toll-free Roadside
Assistance.
For additional information, refer to "24X7 Roadside Assistance" section in the Owner’s manual.

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Dear Customer,

Welcome to the TATA MOTORS family.

We congratulate you on the purchase of your new vehicle and are privileged to have you as our valued customer.

We urge you to read this Owner's Manual carefully and familiarize yourself with the equipment descriptions and operating instructions
before driving.

Always carry out prescribed service / maintenance work as well as any required repairs at an authorized TATA MOTORS Dealers or
Authorized Service Centre’s (TASCs). Use only genuine parts for continued reliability, safety and performance of your vehicle.

You are welcome to contact our dealer or Customer Assistance toll free no. (1800 209 7979) in case of any query or support required.

We wish you a safe and pleasant driving experience.

Bombay House, 24, Homi Modi Street,


Hutatma Chowk, Fort, Mumbai – 400001

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IMPORTANT INFORMATION

 Before driving, read this Owner’s manual carefully and familiarize yourself with For your own safety and a longer vehicle life,
your vehicle. follow the instructions given under the
 The Owner’s manual and other booklets are important documents and should headings ‘Warnings’ and ‘Notes’ in this
always be kept in the vehicle. If you sell the vehicle, always pass on the docu- manual. Ignoring them could result in dam-
ments to the new owner. age to the vehicle or personal injury to you
 This Owner's Manual describes all variants of the model and all standard/op- or others.
tional equipment of your vehicle available at the time of printing. Please note
that your vehicle may not be equipped with all features described. WARNING !
 TATA MOTORS Limited reserves the right to introduce changes in the design, Warning notes make you aware of dan-
equipment and technical features without any obligation to install them on the gers which could pose threat to your or
vehicles previously sold. The equipment in your vehicle may therefore differ from others health or life and possibility of
that shown in the descriptions and illustrations. damage to the vehicle.
 Do not carry out any modification including fitment of non-genuine accessories
on your vehicle. Safety, handling, performance and durability, may otherwise be NOTE
adversely affected and may violate government regulations. TATA MOTORS Lim-
Indicates additional information that
ited accepts no liability for damage resulting from the modifications or use of non- will assist you in gaining the optimum
genuine accessories. benefit and care for your vehicle.
 All rights reserved. The information in this manual shall not be copied, translated
or otherwise reproduced, in whole or in part, without written permission from
TATA MOTORS.

© Copyright 2016 TATA MOTORS

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CONTENTS

1 Safety 2 Opening & Closing 3 Dashboard & Features

Safe Driving …………………....…12 Key……..……………….….….....32 Cockpit…………………………….44

Occupant Safety…….……………14 Doors……………………………..35 Instrument Cluster……………….45

Seat Belts…………………………15 Windows…………………………36 Driver Information Screen..…..…49

Child Safety...…..........................19 Bonnet…………………………...38 Instrument Cluster II……...……..64

Child Restraint System (CRS)....19 Tailgate………………..…...……39 Driver Information Centre…...…..65

Child Lock…………………….….23 Fuel lid.……………...…....…..…40 Warning Lamps……...…………...71

Air Bags……………………….….24 Audio Reminders….……….........76

ABS……………………….………28 Headlamps…....………..………...76

EBD…………………………….…28 Daytime Running Lamps (DRL)...78

Immobilizer-Anti-Theft Device.....29 Combi-Switch…...…….……….…79

Fascia Switches……………….....82

Mic..….….…..…..….……....….....82

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3 Dashboard & Features 4 Stowage Areas 5 Climate Control

Steering Wheel Switches….…...83 Storage Compartments…………90 Air Distribution……..….….……....98

Infotainment System…..………..83 Top Stowage Compartments…..91 Air Vents….…......………..…….…99

Power Socket…...……………....84 Upper Glove Box....……….........91 FATC………………..….….……..100

USB/Aux Port…...……………….84 Lower Glove Box....……….........91 HVAC………………………….….105

Smart USB Charger…...........….85 Below arm rest....………............92

Boot Lamp/Power Socket……...85 Cup Holders...….....….….……...92

Roof Lamps…..………………….86 Utility pockets on doors….......…93

Sun Blinds….....…......…...…......87 Tailgate Compartment………….94

Coat hook……...………………...96

Goggle Case…………………….96

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CONTENTS

6 Starting & Driving 7 Driver Assist 7 Driver Assist

Pre-Driving Checks….................112 Electronic Stability Program……132 Rain & Light Sensor………….....137

Driving Tips................................113 Traction Control System.............132 Reverse Park Assist.……......….139

Seat Adjustments.......................116 Vehicle Dynamic Control............132 Audio Setting……….……......….145

Rear View Mirrors......................118 Roll over Mitigation.....................133 8 Drive Modes

Sun Visors.................................119 Corner Stability Control…..........133 Drive Modes…….…………….....148

Steering Wheel Adjustments.....120 Electronic Brake Pre-fill………...133 Control Switches….………….....149

Starting the Engine.................... 121 Engine Drag Torque Control…...133 Drive Mode Functionality……....149

Gear Shifting & Driving..............122 Hill Descent Control (HDC)…….133 Drive Control System Display....152

Braking…...................................127 Hill Hold Control (HHC).............134 Mood Lighting Display……….....154

Vehicle Parking..........................128 Torque On Demand (TOD)….…134

Cruise Control….……….....…....135

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CONTENTS

9 Ambient Mood Lights Emergency & Break- 11 Maintenance


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down Assistance
Mood Light Screen……..............156 Maintenance & Service….........184
Emergency Equipment...............162
Activation of Mood Lighting…….157 Engine Compartment................185
Tool Kit………....................….....163
Selecting Colour…….....….........159 Engine Oil……..........................186
Hazard Warning Switch..............163
Selecting Area…….……….........159 Brake Fluid Level…..................187
Inertia Switch……….........……...164
Engine Coolant Level…............187
Switching off Mood Lighting.......160
In Case of Flat Tyre....................165
Mood Lights- Entry/Exit..............160 Power Steering Fluid Level.......188
Jump Lead Starting....................168
Windshield Washer Fluid Level.188
Towing........................................170
Battery.…..............…….............189
Fuses..........................................172
Turbocharger….........................189
Bulb Specification.......................178
Intercooler……..........................190
24x7 Road Assistance................180
Catalytic Converter....................190

Tyres..........................................191

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CONTENTS

11 Maintenance 12 Technical Information Vehicle Care and Value


13 Added Services
Key Battery Replacement……….195 Fuel Specification.......................210
Vehicle Care............................220
On Board Diagnostic (OBD).......196 Lubricant Specification...............211
Washing...................................220
Service Instructions...…………...197 Technical Specification..............214
Waxing.....................................221
Service Schedule...……..…........198 Vehicle Dimensions...................217
Polishing...................................221

Interior Fabric Cleaning............221

Paint Care................................221

Wiper Care...............................222

Extended warranty...................223

Value Added Services..............225

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CONTENTS

Warranty – Terms and


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Conditions

15 Environment Safety

Vehicle Service and


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Service Coupon

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SAFETY
SAFETY
Safe Driving Safety tips
Do not drink or take drugs and drive or
Safety consciousness not only ensures  Always take into account the road, allow anyone to drive who has been
your safety and the safety of other road weather conditions, vehicle distance drinking or taking drugs.
users, but it also helps to reduce the wear in order to prevent accidents.
 If your vehicle is equipped with info-
and tear on your vehicle.  Turn ‘ON’ the side indicators at least
tainment/navigation system, set and
30 meters before taking a turn or
Safe driving depends on: make changes to your travel route
changing the lane.
only when the vehicle is parked.
 How quickly you make decisions to  Decelerate to a safe speed before tak-
 Program radio presets with the vehicle
avoid an accident. ing turn. Avoid braking during corner-
parked, and use your programmed
 Your ability to concentrate. ing.
presets to make radio use quicker and
 How well you can see and judge ob-  When overtaking other vehicles, simpler.
jects. watch out for the oncoming vehicle.
 How well familiar you are with your ve-  Never drive under the influence of al- Driving through water
hicle controls and its capabilities. cohol or drugs. Do not drive through flooded areas. Judge
the depth of water before driving through
NOTE WARNING ! it. Otherwise, water may enter the vehicle
Drinking and driving and/or taking interior or the engine compartment.
Fatigue is a result of physical or men-
tal exertion that impairs judgment. drugs and driving are very dangerous If at all the situation demands that you
Driver fatigue may be due to inade- combinations. Even a small amount of have to drive through water then;
quate sleep, extended work hours, alcohol or drugs can affect your re-
strenuous work or combination of flexes, perceptions and judgment.  Keep engine in higher RPM and crawl
other factors. Take rest at regular in- The possibility of a serious or even fa- the vehicle in low gear.
tervals. tal accident is greatly increased when  Flowing or rushing water creates
you drink or take drugs and drive. strong forces. Driving through flowing
water could cause the vehicle to be

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carried away. Be very cautious about Night driving
trying to drive through flowing water. NOTE
 Ensure that all lights are working and
 Lightly apply the brake pedal to dry the If you have driven for a long time in windshield, window glasses are clean.
liners until the brakes work effectively heavy rain without braking, there
once you are out of water.  Select ‘Antiglare’ mode on IRVM.
may be a delayed response from the
brakes when braking for the first  Drive more slowly at night than in the
time. You have to depress the brake daytime, as the visual range is re-
WARNING ! stricted at night. Maintain a speed
pedal more firmly and repeatedly.
Do not attempt to start the engine if Maintain a greater distance from the such that you can stop within illumi-
vehicle gets flooded due to water. vehicle in front. nated distance of head lamps.
Tow the vehicle to a safe place. Con-  Do not use the high beam unless inev-
tact a nearest TATA MOTORS author- Driving through wet roads itable. It may dazzle the driver of the
ised service center. oncoming vehicle, thus causing an ac-
On wet road or during light showers, “Aq-
uaplaning” can occur. “Aquaplaning” is cident.
Driving on a rainy day
the loss of direct contact between the  Use head lamp main/dip beam to
 Check wiper blades, lights and brakes road surface and the vehicle’s tyres due alert other road users on turns/ cross
for proper functioning and condition. to formation of a water film between roads etc.
 Check the tyre treads depth, the con- them. Steering or braking the vehicle can  Use side indicators well in advance for
dition of the tread and tyre. be very difficult, and loss of control can lane change or turning.
 Avoid harsh braking and sharp turns. occur.  Do not try to overtake other vehicles
It may cause loss of control and lead at night.
to a skid. NOTE
 For slowing down, shift to lower gears
and brake gently. There is no hard and fast rule about aq-
uaplaning. The best advice is to slow
 Keep lights ‘ON’ if visibility is poor.
down when the road is wet.

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Driving on gradients Driving on highway Occupant Safety
When climbing gradient, the vehicle may Stopping distance progressively in- The restraint system can reduce the risk
begin to slow down and show a lack of creases with vehicle speed. Maintain a of vehicle occupants coming into contact
power. If this happens, shift to a lower sufficient distance between your vehicle with parts of the vehicle's interior in the
gear and apply power smoothly so that and the vehicle ahead. event of an accident. The restraint system
there is no loss of traction. can also reduce the forces to which vehi-
For long distance driving, perform safety cle occupants are subjected during an ac-
When driving down a hill, the engine brak- checks before starting a trip and take rest cident.
ing should be used by shifting to a lower at certain intervals to prevent fatigue.
gear. The restraint system comprises:
Use ‘Cruise Control’ (if equipped) if road
Do not drive in neutral gear or switch off and traffic conditions make it appropriate  Seat belt system
the engine. to maintain a steady speed for a pro-  Air bags
longed period. The components of the restraint system
NOTE work in conjunction with each other.
For more details refer ‘Hill Hold Control
An air bag supplements a correctly worn
(HHC) and ‘Hill Descent Control’ (HDC)
seat belt. As an additional safety device,
in ‘DRIVER ASSIST’ section.
the air bag increases the level of protec-
tion for vehicle occupants in the event of
an accident.
WARNING !
Seat belts and air bags do not protect
On long and steep gradients, you
against objects penetrating the vehicle
must reduce the load on the brakes
from the outside.
by shifting early to a lower gear. This
allows you to take advantage of the
engine braking effect and helps avoid
overheating of brakes resulting in re-
duced braking efficiency.

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SAFETY
Seat Belts The RPLL does not compensate an incor-
WARNING ! rect seat position or the routing of an in-
Seat belts are the most effective means correctly fastened seat belt.
Modifications to the restraint system of restricting the movement of vehicle oc-
may cause it to no longer work as in- cupants in the event of an accident or the The use of seat belts and child restraint
tended. The restraint system may vehicle rolling over. This reduces the risk systems is required by law.
then not perform its intended protec- of vehicle occupants coming into contact
tive function and may fail in an acci- with parts of the vehicle interior or being
dent or trigger unexpectedly. WARNING !
ejected from the vehicle. Furthermore,
This poses an increased risk of injury the seat belt helps to keep the vehicle oc- If the seat belt is incorrectly fastened,
or even fatal injury. cupant in the best position in relation to it cannot protect as intended. Fur-
Never modify parts of the restraint the air bag. thermore, an incorrectly fastened
system. Never tamper with the wiring, seat belt can cause additional injury.
the electronic components or their The seat belt system comprises: This poses an increased risk of injury
software.  Seat belts or even fatal injury.
 Retractor Pre - Tensioner Load Limiter Make sure that all vehicle occupants
(RPLL) for the front seat belts are seated properly with a correctly
fastened seat belt.
If the seat belt is pulled out of the belt out-
let quickly or with a jerky movement, the
belt retractor locks. The belt strap cannot
be extracted any further.
The RPLL tightens the seat belt in an ac-
cident, pulling the belt close against the
body. However, it does not pull the vehicle
occupant back in the direction of the
backrest.

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 the RPLL, belt anchorages or iner-  the seat belt tongue is only inserted to
tia reels have been modified the belt buckle belonging to that seat.
WARNING ! Seat belts may sustain non-visible  the seat belt is tight across your body.
The seat belt does not offer the in- damage in an accident. Modified or Avoid wearing bulky clothing, e.g. a
tended level of protection if you have damaged seat belts may tear or fail, winter coat.
not moved the backrest to an almost e.g. in an accident. Modified RPLL  the seat belt is not twisted.
upright position. When braking or in could accidentally trigger or fail to de-  the shoulder section of the belt is al-
the event of an accident, you could ploy when necessary. This poses an ways routed across the center of your
slide underneath the seat belt and increased risk of injury or even fatal shoulder. The shoulder section of the
sustain abdomen or neck injuries. injury. belt must not come into contact with
This poses an increased risk of injury Never modify the seat belts, RPLL, your neck or be routed under your
or even fatal injury. belt anchorages or inertia reels. arm. Where possible, adjust the seat
Make sure that the seat belts are un- belt to the appropriate height.
Adjust the seat properly before begin- damaged, not worn out and clean.  the lap belt passes tightly and as low
ning your journey. Always ensure that Following an accident, have the seat down as possible across your lap.
the backrest is in an almost upright belts checked immediately at a TATA The lap belt must always be routed
position and that the shoulder sec- MOTORS Authorized Service Centre. across your hip joints and not across
tion of your seat belt is routed across your abdomen. This applies particu-
the center of your shoulder. Proper use of the seat belts larly to pregnant women. If necessary,
All vehicle occupants must be wearing the push the lap belt down to your hip joint
seat belt correctly before beginning the and pull it tight using the shoulder sec-
WARNING ! journey. Also make sure that all vehicle tion of the belt.
The seat belts may not perform their occupants are always wearing the seat  the seat belt is not routed across
intended protective function if: belt correctly while the vehicle is in mo- sharp, pointed or fragile objects. e.g.
 they are damaged, modified, tion. pens, keys or eyeglasses. Store these
bleach or dyed in a suitable place.
 the seat belt buckle is damaged When fastening the seat belt, always  only one person is using a seat belt at
make sure that: a time.

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 infants and children must never travel  Pull the belt tongue across your body  To unlatch the belt, press the red but-
sitting on the lap of a vehicle occu- and insert it into the buckle until click ton on the buckle. Guide the belt to the
pant. In the event of an accident, they sound is heard. pillar as it retracts.
could be crushed between the vehicle  Check and ensure that the belt is not
occupant and seat belt. twisted.
 there are never objects between a per-  Position the lap portion of the belt as
son and the seat, e.g. cushions. low as possible across your hip bone.
 Pull up the shoulder part of the belt to
Seat belts are only intended to secure and remove the slack. Make sure that the
restrain vehicle individual occupants. belt goes over your collar bones and
Seat belt adjustments across chest.
 The lap portion of the belt should be
worn across the pelvis, not across the
waist.

Make sure that the seat belt is fully rolled


up. Otherwise, the seat belt or belt tongue
will be trapped in the door or in the seat
mechanism. This could damage the door,
the door trim panel and the seat belt.
Damaged seat belts can no longer fulfill
their protective function and must be re-
placed. Visit a TATA MOTORS Authorized
1. Buckle 2. Tongue 3. Press Button Service Centre.

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Seat belt height adjustment Seat belt hanger (if equipped)
WARNING !
Position the lap belt as low as possi-
ble on your hip bone and not across
the abdomen. If the lap belt is posi-
tioned across your abdomen, it could
cause serious injuries in a crash.

Pregnant woman
Pregnant women should also always use
a lap-shoulder belt. The lap belt portion
should be positioned as low as possible
on the hip bones to avoid any possible
Adjust the height of seat belt shoulder pressure on the abdomen. When second or third row seat is not oc-
section according to your comfort. cupied, hook the seat belts at its respec-
tive belt hanger to avoid rattling. Make
Lap belt
sure the belt webbing is not twisted.
Pull the lap belt tongue and engage it into
the belt buckle. Adjust the belt length. To
lengthen the belt, hold the tongue at a
right angle to the webbing and pull. To
shorten, pull the loose end of the web-
bing. To unfasten, press the release but-
ton in the buckle.

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Child Safety Child Restraint System (CRS)
WARNING !
Important safety notes TATA MOTORS strongly recommends the
If persons, particularly children are
use of Child Restraint Systems (CRS) for
Accident statistics show that children se- subjected to prolonged exposure to all children up to age of 12 years.
cured in the rear seats are safer than chil- extreme heat or cold, there is a risk of
dren secured in the front-passenger seat. injury, possibly even fatal. Never
For this reason, TATA MOTORS strongly leave children unattended in the vehi- WARNING !
advises that you install a child restraint cle. If the child restraint system is in-
system on a rear seat. Children are gener- stalled incorrectly or is not secured, it
ally better protected there. can come loose in the event of an ac-
WARNING ! cident, heavy braking or a sudden
WARNING ! If the child restraint system is sub- change in direction. The child re-
jected to direct sunlight, parts may straint system could be thrown about,
If you leave children unsupervised in
get very hot. Children may burn them- striking vehicle occupants. There is
the vehicle, they could set it in motion
selves on these parts, particularly on an increased risk of injury, possibly
by, for example:
the metal parts of the child restraint even fatal.
 release the parking brake. Make sure that you observe the child
system. There is a risk of injury.
 shift the automatic transmission restraint system manufacturer's in-
out of the parking position P. If you leave the vehicle, taking the stallations and the notes on use.
 start the engine. child with you, always ensure that the Please ensure, that the base of the
In addition, they may operate vehi- child restraint system is not exposed child restraint system is always rest-
cle equipment and become trapped. to direct sunlight. Protect it with a ing completely on the seat cushion.
There is a risk of an accident and in- blanket, for example. If the child re- Never place objects, e.g. cushions,
jury. straint system has been exposed to di- under or behind the child restraint
rect sunlight, let it cool down before system. Only use child restraint sys-
When leaving the vehicle, always take securing the child in it. Never leave
the Key with you and lock the vehicle. tems with the original cover designed
children unattended in the vehicle. for them. Only replace damaged co-
Never leave children unsupervised in
the vehicle. vers with genuine covers.

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Selection and installation of CRS
WARNING !
Always select the child restraint system
Child restraint systems or their secur- (CRS) that complies with latest safety
ing systems which have been dam-
standards (AIS072/ECE R44). They are
aged or subjected to a load in an ac-
classified according to the child's size,
cident can no longer protect as in-
height and weight. Select the appropriate
tended. The child cannot then be re-
strained in the event of an accident, CRS for your child. Ensure that the child
heavy braking or sudden changes of fits properly in the CRS and CRS is se-
direction. There is an increased risk curely installed in the vehicle. Make sure
of injury, possibly even fatal. that you observe the child restraint sys-
Replace child restraint systems which tem manufacturer’s manual in detail for
have been damaged or subjected to a installation procedure.
load in an accident as soon as possi-
ble.

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Recommended CRS position
The suitability of seat position for carriage of children and recommended category of child restraint system is shown in the table
below.

Group Mass Group Age Group Front 2nd Row 2nd Row 2nd Row 3rd Row 3rd Row
Passen- Outboard Outboard Center Outboard Outboard
ger LH RH LH RH
0 Up to 10 kg Up to 9 months X X U X X X
0+ Up to 13 kg Up to 24 months X X U X X X
I 9 to 18 kg 9 months to 48 months X X U X UF UF
II 15 to 25 kg Approx. 3 to 7 years X X U X UF UF
III 22 to 36 kg Approx. 6 to 12 years X X U X UF UF

X - Seat Position not suitable for children in this age group.


U - Suitable for ‘Universal*’ category restraints approved for use in this age group.
UF - Suitable for forward facing ‘universal*’ category restraints approved for use in this age group.

*Universal is a category in the AIS072 / ECE R44 norm.

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Check list Child Lock
NOTE
1. Never carry children on somebody’s
Accident statistics show that children lap when vehicle is in motion. WARNING !
secured in the rear seats are safer 2. Always secure children in the vehicle
than children secured in the front-pas- If children are traveling in the vehicle,
in a CRS. The CRS must be suitable for they could:
senger seat. For this reason, TATA MO- the child’s height, weight and build.
TORS strongly advises that you install  open doors, thus endangering
3. Observe the instructions from the other people or road users
the child restraint system on a rear manufacturer of the CRS and always
seat.  exit the vehicle and be caught by
keep the instruction manual in the ve-
oncoming traffic
When installing child restraint system hicle.
4. Always make sure that the seat belt
 operate vehicle equipment and
in rear seat, push the front seat fully become trapped
forward so that child’s feet do not routing is correct for children and they
touch the front seat back. are sitting in the correct position. There is a risk of an accident and in-
5. Do not leave any toys or other objects jury.
Storage for CRS loose in the CRS or on the seat while
the vehicle is in motion. Always activate the child-proof locks
Secure child restraint system safely in the provided on rear door and window in-
vehicle or stow it in the luggage compart- hibit switch if children are traveling in
WARNING ! the vehicle. When leaving the vehicle,
ment if not being used.
Each CRS should be used for one always take the key with you and lock
While the vehicle is in motion an unre- child only. the vehicle. Never leave children un-
strained child restraint system could flung attended in the vehicle.
through the vehicle interior in the event of
a sudden braking, maneuver or an acci-
dent. This could cause injuries to the trav-
elling occupants.

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Child lock Window Inhibit Switch key with you and lock the vehicle.
Never leave children unsupervised in
You secure each door individually with the Press and activate the inhibit switch, so the vehicle.
child lock on the rear doors. A door se- individual window winding switches pro-
cured with a child lock cannot be opened vided on rear doors cannot be operated. Pets in the vehicle
from inside the vehicle. When the vehicle Refer “Opening and Closing” section for
is unlocked, the door can be opened from more details. WARNING !
the outside.
If you leave animals unattended or
unsecured in the vehicle, they could
press buttons or switches.
As a result, they could:
 activate vehicle equipment and
become trapped.
 activate or deactivate systems,
thereby endangering other road
users
Unsecured animals could also be
flung around the vehicle in the event
of an accident or sudden steering or
 To activate: press the child lock lever WARNING ! braking, thereby injuring vehicle occu-
down in the direction of arrow. If children operate the windows they pants. There is a risk of an accident
 Make sure that the child lock is work- could be get trapped, particularly if and injury.
ing properly. they are left unsupervised. There is a
 To deactivate: pull the child lock lever Never leave animals unattended in
risk of injury. the vehicle. Always secure animals
up in the direction of arrow.
Activate the window inhibit feature properly during the journey, e.g. use a
when children are travelling. When suitable animal transport box.
leaving the vehicle, always take the
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Air Bags - Supplemental Restraint Important safety notes  Move the driver's and front-passenger
System seats as far back as possible. The driv-
WARNING ! er's seat position must allow the vehi-
The installation point of an air bag can be cle to be driven safely.
recognized by the AIR BAG symbol. If you do not sit in the correct seat po-  Only hold the steering wheel on the
sition, the air bag cannot protect as outside. This allows the air bag to be
An air bag complements the correctly fas-
intended and could even cause addi- fully deployed.
tened seat belt. It is no substitute for the
tional injury when deployed. This
seat belt. The air bag provides additional  Always lean against the backrest while
poses an increased risk of injury or
protection in applicable accident situa- driving. Do not lean forwards or lean
even fatal injury.
tions. against the door or side window. You
To avoid hazardous situations, always may otherwise be in the deployment
Not all air bags are deployed in an acci- area of the air bags.
make sure that all of the vehicle's oc-
dent. The different air bag systems func-
cupants:  Always keep your feet in the footwell
tion independently from one another
in front of the seat. Do not put your
 have fastened their seat belts cor- feet on the dashboard, for example.
rectly, including pregnant women Your feet may otherwise be in the de-
 are sitting correctly and maintain ployment area of the air bag.
the greatest possible distance to
the air bags
 are placed no objects between the
air bag and the vehicle's occu-
pants.
 Adjust the seats properly before be-
ginning your journey. Always make
sure that the seat is in an almost up-
right position.

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Objects in the vehicle interior may prevent Front Air bags Passenger Air Bag (PAB) switch
an air bag from functioning correctly.
Before starting your journey and to avoid
risks resulting from the speed of the air
bag as it deploys, make sure that:
 there are no people, animals or ob-
jects between the vehicle occupants
and an air bag.
 there are no objects between the seat,
door and B-pillar.
 no hard objects, e.g. coat hangers,
hang on the grab handles or coat
hooks.
 no accessories, such as cup holders, Driver's air bag (DAB) deploys in front of If it becomes necessary to fit a child re-
are attached to the vehicle within the the steering wheel. Front-passenger air straint on the front passenger seat the
deployment area of an air bag, e.g. to bag (PAB) deploys in front of and above passenger airbag must be de-activated
doors, side windows, rear side trim or the glove box. using the switch located on the left side of
side walls. the dashboard. This switch can be ac-
When deployed, the front air bags offer
 no heavy, sharp-edged or fragile ob- cessed once front passenger side door is
additional head and thorax protection for opened.
jects are in the pockets of your cloth- the occupants in the front seats.
ing. Store such objects in a suitable On the contrary, when an adult is seated
place. The PASSENGER AIR BAG OFF and PAS- in the front passenger seat, ensure that
SENGER AIR BAG ON indicator lamps in- PAB disabling switch is turned to ‘ON’ po-
form you about the status of the front pas- sition. This will ensure that the passenger
senger air bag. airbag is operational in the event of a col-
lision. This switch is operated using the ig-
nition/remote key blade.

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SAFETY
Passenger Air Bag (PAB) indicator Side Air bags Front side impact air bags deploy next to
lamp the outer bolster of the seat backrest.
WARNING ! When deployed, the side impact air bag
Unsuitable seat covers could restrict offers additional thorax protection. It also
or even prevent the deployment of offers additional pelvis protection for oc-
the air bags integrated into the seats. cupants in the front seats.
Consequently, the air bags cannot However, it does not protect the:
protect vehicle occupants as they are
 head
designed to do. This poses an in-
creased risk of injury or even fatal in-  neck
jury.  arms

You should only use seat covers that In the event of a side impact, the side im-
have been approved for the respec- pact air bag is deployed on the side on
tive seat by TATA MOTORS. which the impact occurs.
The indicator lamps display the status of If the belt tongue is engaged in the belt
the front-passenger front air bag. buckle, the side impact air bag on the
 Passenger air bag OFF lights front passenger side deploys if an appro-
up: priate accident situation occurs. In this
the front-passenger front air bag is de- case, deployment is independent of
activated. It will then not be deployed whether the front passenger seat is occu-
in the event of an accident. pied or not.
 Passenger air bag ON lights up:
the front-passenger front air bag is en-
abled. If, in the event of an accident,
all deployment criteria are met, the
front-passenger front air bag is de-
ployed.

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SAFETY
Curtain air bags Airbag warning label
NOTE

If the Air bag warning tell-tale


on the instrument cluster stays ON
while driving, there may be a problem
with the Air bag system. Contact TATA
MOTORS Authorised Service Centre.
In case of any frontal damage to your
vehicle or any maintenance required
to be performed should be done by
TATA MOTORS Authorised Service
Centre only.

Curtain air bags are integrated into the Airbag warning information is provided on Do not permit anyone else to do any
side of the roof frame and deployed in the the front passenger’s sun visors. service, inspection, maintenance or
area from the 1st row seat to the 3rd row repair on any SRS components or wir-
seat. ing.

When deployed, the curtain air bag en- Improper work on the SRS system will
hances the level of protection for the result in inadvertent deployment of
head. the air bag or malfunctioning.

However, it does not protect the chest or


arms.
In the event of a side impact, the curtain
air bag is deployed on the side on which
the impact occurs.

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SAFETY
ABS (Anti-lock Braking System) When Braking: EBD (Electronic Brake-force Distri-
ABS regulates brake pressure in such a  If ABS intervenes: continue to de- bution)
way that the wheels do not lock when you press the brake pedal vigorously until
EBD monitors and controls the brake
brake. the braking situation is over.
pressure on the rear wheels to improve
 To make a full brake application:
driving stability while braking.
This allows you to continue steering the depress the brake pedal with full
vehicle when braking. force. EBD provides optimal braking pressure
distribution between front and rear axle to
The ABS warning lamp in the If ABS intervenes when braking, you will
optimize braking distance and to ensure
instrument cluster lights up when the ig- feel a pulsing in the brake pedal. The pul-
vehicle stability by means of lowering
nition is switched on. It goes out when the sating brake pedal can be an indication of
braking pressure increase at rear axle.
engine is running. hazardous road conditions, and functions
as a reminder to take extra care while
driving. WARNING !
WARNING !
If ABS is faulty, the wheels could lock WARNING If EBD is malfunctioning, the
when braking. The steerability and
! rear wheels can lock, e.g. under full
braking characteristics may be se- The stopping distance required for ve- braking. This increases the risk of
verely impaired. There is an in- hicles with ABS may be slightly more skidding and an accident.
creased danger of skidding and acci- than conventional brake system but
ABS will still offer the advantage of You should therefore adapt your driv-
dents.
helping you maintain directional con- ing style to the different handling
Drive on carefully. Have ABS checked trol. characteristics. Have the brake sys-
immediately at a TATA MOTORS Au- tem checked immediately at a TATA
thorized Service Centre as soon as However, remember that ABS will not MOTORS Authorized Service Centre as
possible. compensate for bad road or weather soon as possible.
conditions or poor driver judgment.
Drive within safety margins, taking
into consideration prevailing weather
and traffic conditions.

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SAFETY
Immobilizer - Anti-Theft Device
NOTE
Immobilizer system is designed to prevent
vehicle theft by electronically disabling Use only E-key, the other should be
the engine ignition system. The engine kept in a safe location. Note down
can be started only with vehicle’s original ‘key Tag no.’ information (and keep it
safe) which is required while getting
Immobilizer ignition key which has an
new/spare keys.
electronic identification programmed
Remember that it is not possible to
code.
prepare new/spare keys without the
“key Tag number.” Take precaution
about E-key, as without E-key vehicle
cannot be started.

Vehicle Condition Immobilizer Vehicle State Meaning / Function of the state


Lamp Status
Ignition OFF Blinking Locked Vehicle Immobilized and awaiting electronic key
Ignition ON OFF Unlocked Normal condition and ready to start the vehicle
Ignition ON ON Locked - Problem with key (Wrong key used to start vehicle)
- Problem with Immobilizer system. Contact a TATA MOTORS
authorized service centre
Ignition ON Blinking Unlocked Contact a TATA MOTORS authorized service centre immediately

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SAFETY
E-Key Loss of keys
An E-Key is an electronic access and au- If one of the keys is lost, contact your
thorization system which is provided as a nearest TATA MOTORS authorised dealer
standard feature on your vehicle. immediately.

Unlocking principle WARNING !


The transponder which is built into the ig-
 Do not turn ‘ON’ ignition switch by
nition E-Key carries a unique identifica-
using E-key with any type of metal
tion code. The vehicle unlocks when the
wound around its grip or in contact
code on the E-Key matches with the code
with it. This may be detected as ab-
on the Engine Management System
normal condition by immobilizer
(EMS).
and prevent engine from starting.
Engine starting  Do not leave the E-key in areas of
high temperature. The transponder
When the key is inserted and the ignition
in it will behave abnormally when
is switched ‘ON’, all codes are communi-
cated within concerned components (E- reused.
Key, Immobilizer and EMS). The engine  Do not try to start the vehicle when
will start only if all the codes match. the Immobilizer indicator lamp on
the instrument cluster is glowing. In
this condition the vehicle will not
NOTE start and the vehicle’s battery will
Key can be removed from the ignition also be drained due to frequent
switch only when the vehicle is in cranking.
Park (P) mode (applicable for AT vari-
ants).

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OPENING AND CLOSING
OPENING AND CLOSING
Key to find and reach the vehicle or reach
home in dark and cloudy condition. To
switch ‘OFF’ the approach lights, press
and release the same button or it auto-
matically turns ‘OFF’ after 60 seconds ap-
prox.
Locking all doors
To lock all doors, press Lock button (3)
once. Locking will be confirmed by two
flashes of turn indicators.
If lock button is pressed on the remote
key with the driver door open, locking-un-
1. Unlock 2. Approach Light locking takes place with audible warning NOTE
3. Lock 4. Key blade in/out button sound. Key Blade should not be folded with-
Unlocking While if any other door is open, the vehicle out pressing the button. Also, it
should not be forced in any direction
Press unlock button (1) once to unlock gets locked but indicators do not flash.
apart from folding direction to avoid
driver door and twice to unlock all doors, Folding key blade in / out damage to Flip Mechanism.
tailgate and fuel flap. Unlocking will be Always keep the key blade in folded
confirmed by single flash of turn indica- Press button (4) to flip out the key blade.
condition when not in use.
tors. For folding, press the button (4) and fold
the key blade inside.
Approach light
Press approach light button (2) once, low
beam, park and roof lamp will turn ‘ON’
for approx. 60 seconds. This feature helps

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OPENING AND CLOSING
Features Auto locking / unlocking of doors / Force panic alarm
Vehicle search auto relock
Press the ‘Lock’ and ‘Unlock’ button sim-
In vehicle lock condition if lock button on Vehicle doors get automatically locked ultaneously to activate panic alarm. Press
remote key is pressed the turn indicators when all doors are closed and the vehicle either the ‘Lock’ or ‘Unlock’ button to de-
of vehicle flashes 4 times. speed crosses approx. 10 kmph. activate panic alarm.
When ignition key is taken out all the Sleep Mode
NOTE doors get automatically unlocked.
If remote key is not used for more than a
For AT variants, key can be removed Also, when unlocked with remote key and week then its functionalities will turn to
from the ignition switch only when the if no door is opened within approx. 30 sec- sleep mode. In such a case, to activate
vehicle is in Park (P) mode. onds, vehicle doors get automatically the remote key functionalities, open the
If any difficulty in removal in Park (P) locked. door mechanically with the key blade
mode, Contact nearest TATA MO- once.
TORS authorized service centre. Anti-grab / anti-scan coding
Automatic activation of immobilizer The remote control set of this security sys-
tem is protected against the use of de-
When key is removed from ignition switch, vices called ‘scanners’ and ‘grabbers’
the engine will be immobilized automati- which can record and reproduce some
cally even if you forget to lock the vehicle. types of remote codes.
Theft detection
When the vehicle is locked with the re-
mote key and if any of the door or ignition
switch is tried to be accessed with any
other key, theft detection alarm gets acti-
vated. Press either the ‘Lock’ or ‘Unlock’
button to deactivate the alarm.

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OPENING AND CLOSING
TIPS ON USE

DO’S DONT’S
Don’t play with Lock/Unlock push-button of remote while in the
1 Do always keep your vehicle’s battery properly charged. vicinity of your vehicle, as it could lead to an unintentional un-
locking your vehicle.
Do always press the Lock push-button of the remote
2 Don’t lock the vehicle by remote while sitting inside the vehicle.
only after coming out from the vehicle.
Don’t use discharged batteries in remote, as it could damage
3 Do keep the remote in safe and secure place.
the remote.
In case of any problem, always contact TATA MOTORS Don’t remove the battery connection of the vehicle while the ve-
4 authorized service outlet. hicle has been locked by remote. First unlock the vehicle by re-
mote, and then remove the battery connection.

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OPENING AND CLOSING
Important Doors
Don’t operate Unlock button of remote Doors can be unlocked/locked using one
key while in the vicinity of your vehicle, as of the following options
it could lead to an unintentional unlocking
 By remote key
your vehicle.
 By taking out key from IGN lock
If red LED remote flashes for 5 times after  By pressing lock/unlock switch on fas-
pressing any button on remote key, it indi- cia switch bank
cates that key battery is discharged. It is  By pulling popup knob on driver door
recommended to replace battery at a
TATA MOTORS Authorized Service Centre. Doors can also be locked/unlocked using
mechanical key.
Don’t use discharged batteries in remote,
as it could damage the remote. Door locking / unlocking with me- All doors can be locked / unlocked manu-
chanical key ally from outside using driver door key
Refer ‘Maintenance’ section for battery slot. Insert the mechanical key and turn it
replacement. Both front doors (driver and front passen- clockwise to lock and counter clockwise
ger) has separate locking facility. Both to open the doors.
Don’t remove the battery connection of doors can be locked or unlocked from out-
the vehicle while the vehicle has been side using the mechanical key.
locked by remote.

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OPENING AND CLOSING
Locking without a key from inside Windows
NOTE
Power windows
Single pull over-ride function is pro-
vided for driver door.
In panic situation you can directly
open driver door operating door lever.
No need to operate pop-up knob.
Door Lock/Unlock switch

All the doors can also be locked from in-


side by pressing knob (1) on driver door 1. Front Window Winding Switch (Right)
and independently on other respective 2. Front Window Winding Switch (Left)
doors.
3. Rear Window Winding Switch (Right)
Opening the doors from inside 4. Rear Window Winding Switch (Left)
All doors can be opened from inside. To 5. Window Inhibit Switch
open, pull the door opening knob (1) and Glasses on all four windows of your vehi-
then lever (2). All doors can be locked and unlocked by
cle can be operated by switches provided
the lock/unlock switch provided on the
on the driver door. They work when the
fascia switch bank.
WARNING ! key is in the ‘IGN ON’ position.
Do not operate knob of driver door
when door is open.

36
OPENING AND CLOSING
Individual switches Window Inhibit Switch
NOTE
Individual window winding switches have
Power windows can also be operated
been provided on the front passenger and
for approx.s 3 minutes in ‘IGN OFF’
rear doors.
position or after key is removed.
Do not use sun blinds when rear win- Glasses are wound up by pulling the
dow glasses are open. switch and are lowered by pressing.
Express down (if equipped)
Window glasses can be opened by a sin-
gle press of the switch. The downward
movement of window glass can be
stopped by pulling the switch to UP posi-
tion when moving downwards.
Inhibit OFF (Released position)
Long press will activate the express down
function. When switch is re-
leased, the individual
Option 1 : Provided on all doors (for XT) switches provided on
Option 2: Provided on driver door (for rear passenger door
other variants) can be operated. It
WARNING ! can also be operated from the switches
While closing the window glass, body on driver's arm rest.
parts become trapped between the
window glass and the door frame as
the window glass moves. There is a
risk of injury.

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OPENING AND CLOSING
Inhibit ON (pressed position) Bonnet  Pull the engine bonnet release lever.
The bonnet will pop up slightly.
When this switch is
pressed the individual WARNING !
switches provided on Always switch off the windshield wip-
rear passenger doors ers and the ignition before opening
cannot be operated. It the bonnet.
can only be operated by using the window
switches on driver's arm rest. WARNING !
Certain components in the engine
compartment, such as the engine, ra-
WARNING ! diator and parts of the exhaust sys-
tem, can become very hot. Working in
If children operate the windows they
the engine compartment poses a risk
could be get trapped, particularly if
of injury.
they are left unsupervised. There is a
risk of injury. Opening
Activate the window inhibit feature  Make sure that the vehicle is in neu-
when children are travelling. When tral gear with the parking brake ap-
leaving the vehicle, always take the plied.
key with you and lock the vehicle.
Never leave children unsupervised in NOTE
the vehicle.
Make sure that the wiper arms are
not raised before you lift up the bon-
net to avoid damaging the wiper arms
and the bonnet.

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OPENING AND CLOSING
 Raise the bonnet slightly and press Tail Gate Closing
the secondary lock lever located un-
der the bonnet center with your fin- Pull the tailgate down using handle. Allow
gers. the tailgate to drop into the lock.
 Lift the bonnet up slowly. Hydraulic For locking the tail gate, press the ‘Lock’
balancers hold the bonnet. button on the remote key.
Closing
WARNING !
 To close the bonnet, hold the bonnet
and pull it down slowly. Always make sure that the tail gate is
closed and latched securely.
 Lower the bonnet and let it fall from
short height.
 Check that the bonnet latch has en-
gaged properly. If the bonnet can be
raised slightly, it is not properly en-
gaged. Do not press the closed bon- Opening
net. Open the bonnet again and close To open the tail gate, press the ‘Unlock’
it with a little more force. button on the remote key. Once the vehi-
cle is unlocked, pull the door handle (1)
on the tail gate.
WARNING !
A separate lock (2) is also provided on the
Make sure that the bonnet is properly
tailgate. It can be opened by using me-
latched before driving. It may open up
chanical key.
when the vehicle is in motion and
block your view. In this situation there
is a risk of an accident.

39
OPENING AND CLOSING
Fuel Lid
NOTE NOTE
Remove the fuel filler cap slowly, and If fuel cap needs replacement, en-
wait for any hissing to stop. The fuel sure that it is replaced by a genuine
may be under pressure and may cap at TATA MOTORS authorized ser-
spray out. vice centre only.
Closing Manual Fuel flap opening
Gently push to lock the fuel flap back to
its position. It gets locked once the vehicle
is locked using the central locking.

WARNING !
Opening Fuel vapour is extremely hazardous.
Always switch off the engine before
Fuel Lid can be unlocked using one of the refueling and never refill near sparks
following options. or open flames. Do not use cell phone
 By remote key while refueling.
 By taking out key from IGN lock Do not continue adding fuel after the
 By pressing lock/unlock switch on fas- automatic shut off function is oper-
ated, if equipped in fuel filling nozzle Alternatively, you can also open the fuel
cia switch bank flap manually by following the below
at the fuel station. Overfilling the fuel
 By pulling popup knob on driver door steps:
tank could damage the fuel system.
Unlock your vehicle and open the flap by  Open the Tail Gate
gently pressing it. Turn the fuel filler cap  Open the Trim Cover fitted to the left
counter clockwise and remove it. hand side.
 You will find a cable with a knob.

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OPENING AND CLOSING
 Slightly pull this knob to open the fuel
flap.

NOTE
The fuel flap opening cable should be
used only in case of emergency/fail-
ure of central locking system/electri-
cal system.

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DASHBOARD &
FEATURES
DASHBOARD AND FEATURES
Cockpit
1 Side Air bags - if equipped
2 A.C. Air vent (Side)
3 Air Bag (PAB) - if equipped
4 A.C. Air vent (Middle)
5 Hazard Warning Switch
6 Combi-Switch
7 Steering Wheel
8 Instrument Cluster
9 Horn Pad
10 Air Bag (DAB)
11 Master Light Switch
12 Steering Wheel Switches
13 Accelerator Pedal
14 Brake Pedal
15 Clutch Pedal – (Not in AT)
16 Foot Rest
17 USB/AUX Port
18 Drive Control Switch
19 Arm Rest
20 Parking Brake Lever
21 Gear Shift Lever
22 Power Socket
23 Heating/Ventilation/AC Control
panel
24 Fascia Switches
25 Infotainment System
26 Glove Box
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DASHBOARD AND FEATURES
Instrument Cluster

Tachometer Fuel Gauge Driver Information Screen Speedometer

Temperature Gauge Drive Modes


Warning Lamps and Indicators

NOTE: All indicators shown may not be applicable to your vehicle.

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DASHBOARD AND FEATURES
Welcome Strategy Tachometer Odometer
At every key IN and ignition ON, the in-
strument cluster needles and gauges
moves to MAX. and returns to '0' posi-
tion. This is a welcome strategy.
Speedometer

Tachometer indicates engine speed in Odometer indicates total distance trav-


revolutions per min (rpm). eled by vehicle up to 999999 km with
the resolution of 1 km.
WARNING !s The Odometer reading freezes when
When engine is accelerated beyond reach to maximum value.
Speedometer indicates the actual vehi- safe ‘rpm’, the tachometer pointer
!
cle speed in km/h. turns RED. In such case, reduce the
engine RPM immediately.
f
NOTE s
Never drive the vehicle beyond safe
In vehicle running condition if the a
‘rpm’. This may cause severe engine
speedometer is not showing the ve- damage. f
hicle speed, take your vehicle to TA- !
TA authorized service center

46
DASHBOARD AND FEATURES
Fuel Gauge
Fuel Draining WARNING !s
Do not continue adding fuel after the
!
automatic shut OFF function (pro-
vided on fuel filling nozzle, if
f
equipped) is operated. s
a
Driving the fuel tank too low or emp-
f
ty can cause the engine to stall and
could endanger the passengers. Us- !
er must stop and obtain the addi-
tional fuel as soon as possible once
low fuel warning comes ON or RED
bar ON in the Fuel gauge.
Very Low Low Half
Low fuel warning symbol will blink if
When the ignition switch is in ‘ON’ position, fuel gauge gives an approximate indica- there is any fault in the system. Take
tion of the amount of fuel in the fuel tank. ‘F’ stands for full and ‘E’ stands for empty. your vehicle to the nearest TATA
Fuel gauge graphics color change from green to amber and then red, as the fuel MOTORS Authorized service station
quantity in fuel tank reduces. if the symbol starts blinking.
Fuel gauge change to red and low fuel warning lamp turns on when fuel in the
tank is near to empty position. This is a low fuel warning, refill immediately.

NOTE
Keep the ignition switch in ON position and check the fuel level when the vehicle
is stationary and preferably on level road.
On inclines, curves, during braking and sudden acceleration due to the move-
ment of fuel in the tank, the fuel level display may fluctuate or the low fuel warn-
ing lamp may illuminate earlier than usual.

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DASHBOARD AND FEATURES
Temperature Gauge
NOTE
Engine Heating
RED color of temperature gauge
along with warning lamp indicates
high coolant temperature warning
lamp . This indicates overheating
that may damage the engine. Stop
the engine, let the temperature of
engine reduce and then take your
vehicle to the nearest TATA MOTORS
authorized service centre.

WARNING !s
Normal Above normal High Never remove the radiator pressure !
The gauge indicates the temperature level of the engine coolant after ignition switch cap from the radiator when the en-
is in ON position
f
gine is hot. Do not restart the engine
It indicates the coolant temperature in the form of a digital bar graph. Blue indicates until the problem has been duly sat-
normal temperature and red indicates high temperature. Temperature gauge graphics tended. a
color changes from blue to red as the engine coolant temperature reaches to high f
temperature. When temperature is higher, engine coolant temperature warning lamp !
will turn red with a buzzer.

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DASHBOARD AND FEATURES
Driver Information Screen

Display Message Description Action by the User

All Door Open

This warning shall be minimised in the display if still the door is


opened after 5 sec and user can acknowledge the warning through
Only Tailgate is open by pressing the Trip switch.
Note: In Engine or Vehicle running condition the warning shall be
displayed in minimised screen

All doors closed


This feature monitors the
doors status to warn the driv-
er if any door open (including
driver door and tailgate) is
detected.
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DASHBOARD AND FEATURES

Display Message Description Action by the User


This message displayed when User has to take the vehicle to Authorized Tata motors service
transmission oil temperature station.
is higher than allowable limit.

This message displayed when User has to take the vehicle to Authorized Tata motors service
transmission related failure is station.
present.

This message displayed when User has to take the vehicle to Authorized Tata motors service
transmission related failure is station.
present.

This message displayed when User has to drive the vehicle in recommended speed to change
gear shift is denied in manual the gear.
mode.

Torque On Demand (TOD) User has to take the vehicle to Authorized Tata motors service
System Fault station.

Electronic Brake Distribution User has to take the vehicle to Authorized Tata motors service
(EBD) System Fault station.

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DASHBOARD AND FEATURES

Display Message Description Action by the User

Electronic Stability Program User has to take the vehicle to Authorized Tata motors service
(ESP) System Fault station

This message comes ON User has to fasten the seat belt


when seat belt is not fas-
tened.

This message comes ON User has to take the vehicle to Authorized Tata motors service
when brake fluid level is low. station

This message comes ON User has to dis engage the Park brake before start moving the
when park brake is engaged vehicle

Traction Control System Fault User has to take the vehicle to Authorized Tata motors service
station

This message comes ON User has to drive the vehicle carefully


when Ice is possible on road
due to low outside air tem-
perature

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DASHBOARD AND FEATURES

Display Message Description Action by the User


This message comes ON User has to fill the water in the fluid tank
when washer fluid level is low
and it shall be displayed only
in Ignition OFF- ON condition
not in vehicle running condi-
tion

Hill Hold Control (HHC) Sys- User has to take the vehicle to Authorized Tata motors service sta-
tem Failure tion

Hill Descent Control (HDC) Information


System Active

Hill Descent Control (HDC) User has to take the vehicle to Authorized Tata motors service sta-
System Fault
tion

HDC System Deactivation Information

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DASHBOARD AND FEATURES

Display Message Description Action by the User

This feature monitors the User has to take the vehicle to Authorized Tata motors service sta-
parking lamp and warns the tion
driver when lamp is malfunc-
tioning

This feature monitors the User has to take the vehicle to Authorized Tata motors service sta-
brake lamp and warns the tion
driver when lamp is malfunc-
tioning

This feature monitors reverse


Lamp state and warns the User has to take the vehicle to Authorized Tata motors service sta-
driver when lamp is malfunc- tion
tioning

This feature monitors the Low


User has to take the vehicle to Authorized Tata motors service sta-
beam lamp state and warns
the driver when lamp is mal- tion
functioning
This feature indicates the sta-
tus of Auto light on IC Information

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DASHBOARD AND FEATURES

Display Message Description Action by the User

This warning shall come when


already there is an drive
User has to wait till the earlier mode transaction to be complete.
mode change in Progress

This warning shall come when


there is a drive mode switch User has to take the vehicle to Authorized Tata motors service sta-
failure. tion

HDC System Set Speed Information

This screen comes when


more than one warnings are Information
true simultaneously.

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DASHBOARD AND FEATURES

Driver Information System Image Description

Gear Indicator Indicates the current gear en-


(Manual Transmission) gaged. Up or down arrow will be
displayed, recommending when-
ever gear should be shifted to up
or down.

Gear Position Indicator Indicates the gear lever positions -


(Automatic Transmission) Park / Reverse / Neutral / Drive
and Drive mode as AUTO

Drive mode indicator Auto: Indicates the vehicle is in Au-


(Automatic Transmission) to drive mode
Sport: Indicates the vehicle is in
Sport mode
Manual: Indicates the vehicle is in
Manual mode

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DASHBOARD AND FEATURES

Driver Information System Image Description

Service Reminder There are two types of service reminder i) By days ii) By Kms
 By Kms
The service reminder shall come at every 10000 kms and it shall be
pop up before 500kms of due (i.e. 10000-500=9500km) and it shall
be subtracted from the distance travelled.

 By Days
The service reminder shall come at every 180days and it shall be
pop up before 30 days of due time(i.e. 180-30=150 days) and it
shall be subtracted from the days crossed.

 By Kms overdue
The service reminder overdue shall come if the due km is crossed
and it shall be displayed in every IGN ON and it shall be minimised in
the TFT (i.e. 10000-10050=50km)

 By days overdue
The service reminder overdue shall come if the due days is crossed
and it shall be displayed in every IGN ON and it shall be minimised in
the TFT (i.e. 180-260=80 days).

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DASHBOARD AND FEATURES

Driver Information System Image Description

Service Reminder Resetting User can reset service reminder by using the following steps
Step 1: By changing the DIC switch to select the SET screen

Step 2: Short press the toggling switch to select the “Service Re-
minder Reset” and long press the toggling switch for more than 3 sec
then the service reminder shall be reset and it shall not be displayed
in the next Ignition cycle.

Step 3: Select the back button by short pressing the toggling switch
to go back to previous menu or don’t change/move the DIC switch
for 10 sec to go back to previous screen.

Note:
Take it to the authorized TATA service station between the regular
intervals of service reminder notification Days/Km in the screen and
do not reset the service reminder before the service, and it shall be
reset by the Authorized person during the service.

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Driver Information System Image Description


Distance to empty (DTE) It indicates approximate distance in ‘km’ that
your vehicle can travel with available fuel in
tank and the driving pattern.
DTE values may vary significantly based on
driving conditions, driving habits and condition
of the vehicle. It is an estimate value of the
available driving distance.
MT AT Refuel ‘Refuel’ shall be displayed which indicates that
it’s the time to take your vehicle to the nearest
filling station to fill the fuel.
If low fuel warning light turns ‘ON’, fill the fuel
tank immediately regardless the value of dis-
played DTE.

NOTE: If DTE is displayed as ‘---‘, take your ve-


hicle to TATA MOTORS authorized service cen-
tre.

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Driver Information System Image Description


Average fuel economy TRIP A
Instrument Cluster displays ‘Average Fuel
(AFE) Economy A’ and ‘Average Fuel Economy B’ cor-
responding to ‘TRIP A’ and ‘TRIP B’ respective-
ly.
Average Fuel Economy ‘A’ and ‘B’ will reset to
‘0’ when Trip A and Trip B is reset respectively.
It will be displayed as ‘--.--‘ for initial 0.5 km of
MT AT respective trip. Once 0.5 km distance is cov-
TRIP B ered, Average Fuel Economy will be displayed.
NOTE: AFE value is estimate of fuel economy.
It may vary significantly based upon driving
conditions, driving habits and condition of ve-
hicle.

MT AT

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Driver Information System Image Description

Instantaneous fuel economy It indicates fuel economy of current or instant


(IFE) fuel mileage of the vehicle when ignition is
turned ‘ON’ and vehicle is on running condi-
tion.
The indication on the display may be delayed
if fuel consumption is affected by driving pat-
tern.
NOTE: IFE will vary frequently as per driving
MT AT pattern.

Clock Clock Indicates current time in 12/24 hrs. mode.


Clock time can be changed using setting
menu when combi-switch is in ‘SET’ mode and
by long and short pressing the TRIP switch.
Whenever the battery terminals or related
fuses are connected you must reset the clock
time. This feature is available when ignition
switch is in ‘ON’ position.
NOTE: Clock settings can also be
changed through infotainment system.
For more information refer infotainment
manual.

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Driver Information System Image Description

Clock Setting You can set clock for 24/12 hrs mode along with
hours and minutes values with this menu

Follow below procedure for clock setting


Step 1: Long press the toggling switch to select the
12/24 hrs mode.
Step 2: If you want to change to 12 hrs mode then
long press the toggling switch to set the clock.
Step 3: The digit has been highlighted in RED col-
our can be changed by short pressing the toggling
switch.
Step 4: You can move to the next digit by long
pressing the toggling switch.
Step 5: Once the time has been set then select the
back button to go back to the previous screen by
long pressing the toggling switch or No change in the
DIC switch for 10 sec shall take to previous screen.

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Driver Information System Image Description

Outside ambient tempera- Outside This displays outside ambient temperature.


Ambient
ture
Temperature The outside ambient temperature value may
not be accurate when driving vehicle at low
speed (less than 30kmph) or when stopped.
If outside temperature falls below -1°C “snow-
flake symbol along with Ice Possible” warning
appears in addition to the outside tempera-
ture display on the screen. The warning flash-
es for approximately 3 seconds.
NOTE: If display shows ‘- - ‘, Contact nearest
TATA MOTORS authorized service centre.

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TRIP, FUEL, SET Modes
Display selection in ‘TRIP’ Mode
Sr. Indication on Display ‘Selector switch’ ‘Selector switch’
No. (Short press) (Long press)
1 Main Odometer Display changes to Trip me- -
ter ‘A’
2 Trip meter ‘A’ Display changes to Trip me- Resets Trip meter ‘A’
ter ‘B’ value
3 Trip meter ‘B’ Display changes to Main Resets Trip meter ‘B’
Odometer value.

Display selection in ‘FUEL’ Mode


Sr. No. Indication on Display ‘Selector switch’ (Short press) ‘Selector switch’ (Long press)
1 Instant Fuel Economy Display changes to Average Fuel Economy ‘A’ Actual Value
2 Average Fuel Economy ‘A’ Display changes to Average Fuel Economy ‘B’ -
3 Average Fuel Economy ‘B’ Screen will go to DTE -
4 Distance To Empty ----- Actual Value
Display selection in ‘SET’ Mode
1 Clock Display changes to Service Reset Mode Enters into 24/12 hrs selection
(if service reminder appears)
2 Service Reminder Reset Display changes to clock setting Enters into Service Reminder Re-
set mode
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Instrument Cluster
(for selected variants only)

Tachometer Warning Lamps and Indicators Speedometer

Temperature Gauge Driver Information Centre Fuel Gauge


NOTE: All indicators shown may not be applicable to your vehicle.
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Instrument Cluster Instrument Cluster displays ‘Average Fuel Economy A’ and
‘Average Fuel Economy B’ corresponding to ‘TRIP A’ and
The Instrument cluster consists of Speedometer, Tachometer,
Temperature gauge, Fuel gauge, and Warning lamps. ‘TRIP B’ respectively. Average Fuel Economy ‘A’ and ‘B’ will
reset to ‘0’ when Trip A and Trip B is reset respectively.
The instrument cluster also houses the Driver Information Cen-  Range (Distance to Empty)
tre. It consists of:
It indicates approximate distance in ‘km’ that your vehicle
1) Main Odometer can travel with available fuel in tank.
 Odometer indicates total distance traveled by vehicle 6) Outside Ambient Temperature
up to 999999 km with the resolution of 1 km.
 The Odometer reading freezes when reach to maximum This displays outside ambient temperature in units of °C
value with the resolution of 1 °C.
2) Speedometer
 Speedometer indicates the actual vehicle speed in
km/h. Driver Information Centre
3) Tachometer
 Tachometer indicates engine speed in revolutions per Sr. Parameter Characteristics
min (rpm). No.
4) Trip meter (A and B) 1 Multifunctional Colour: Blue text with black
5) Fuel Computer. Display background
It displays: 2 Main Odometer Range: 0 to 999999
 Instantaneous Fuel consumption Resolution: 1 km
It indicates fuel economy of current Drive when Ignition is The Odometer reading does
turned ‘ON’. not over flow to ‘0.0’ when
The display does not show actual value unless vehicle is maximum value is reached,
the display will freeze to
moving.
maximum value.
 Average Fuel Consumption

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Sr. Parameter Characteristics Sr. Parameter Characteristics


No. No.
3a Trip Meter (A&B) Range: 0.0 to 9999.9 5b Average Fuel Con- When Trip meter ‘A’ or ‘B’
(5 digits) sumption reset is reset, the Average Fuel
Consumption ‘A’ or ‘B’ for
Resolution: 0.1 km that particular Trip meter
Trip meter reading be- also will get reset.
comes ‘0.0’ after it crosses
Display Information Con-
9999.9 kms.
trol (DIC) switch should
Trip Meter reset Trip meter (A & B) are reset be in ‘Trip’ mode.
3b
by pressing ‘Trip’ switch Range: 0 to 999
6 Fuel Computer -
when the particular Trip-
Range
meter is selected
(Distance to Empty)
DIC switch should be in
‘Trip’ mode. Outside Ambient Range: -199 to +199 (2
7
Fuel Computer - Range: 0.0 to 99.9 (3 digits) Temperature 1/2
4
Instantaneous Resolution: 0.1 km/l or digits, leading zero’s
Fuel Consumption L/ 100 km shall be suppressed)
5a Fuel Computer - Range: 0.0 to 99.9 (3 digits)
Average Fuel Con- Resolution: 0.1 km/l or
sumption L/100 km
(A & B)

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Driver Information in TRIP, FUEL, SET Modes

In TRIP Mode

Display selection by ‘Selector’ switch


Sr. No. Indication on Display If ‘selector’ switch is pressed & re- If ‘selector’ switch is pressed &
leased immediately (Short Press) released after a delay (Long Press)
1 Main Odometer and Trip meter Display changes to Trip meter ‘B’ with Resets Trip meter ‘A’ value and Av-
‘A’ Main Odometer erage Fuel Consumption ‘A’ value
2 Main Odometer and Trip meter Display changes to Trip meter ‘A’ with Resets Trip meter ‘B’ value
‘A’ Main Odometer

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In FUEL Mode

Display selection by ‘Selector’ switch


Sr. No. Indication on Display If ‘selector’ switch is pressed & re- If ‘selector’ switch is pressed &
leased immediately (Short Press) released after a delay (Long Press)
1 Range (Distance to Empty) Display changes to Average Fuel Con- -
sumption ‘A’
2 Average Fuel Consumption ‘A’ Display changes to Average Fuel Con- -
sumption ‘B’
3 Average Fuel Consumption ‘B’ Display changes to Instantaneous Fuel -
Consumption
4 Instantaneous Fuel Consump- Display changes to Average Trip Speed -
tion
5 Outside Ambient Temperature Display changes to Range -

In SET Mode

Display selection by ‘Selector’ switch


Sr. No. Indication on Display If ‘selector’ switch is pressed & re- If ‘selector’ switch is pressed &
leased immediately (Short Press) released after a delay (Long Press)
1 Select Units Display does not change. Cluster enters into ‘Distance unit se-
lection’ mode. (Refer below section)

2 Language Selection (only for Display changes to ‘Unit Selection’ Cluster enters into ‘Language selec-
export market) mode. tion’ mode. (Refer below section)

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Switch Functions: Distance Unit Selection
Display selection by ‘Selector’ switch
Sr. No. Indication on Display If ‘selector’ switch is pressed & released If ‘selector’ switch is pressed &
immediately (Short Press) released after a delay (Long Press)
1 Distance Units Displays distance unit as ‘miles’ with arrow Display changes to ‘Fuel unit selec-
mark. tion’ mode.
2 Distance unit with ‘miles’ Displays ‘Setting Saved’ for 3 secs. (i.e. Dis- Displays distance unit as ‘km’ with
tance unit selected is ‘miles’) & display arrow mark.
changes to ‘Fuel unit selection’ mode.
3 Distance unit with ‘km’ Displays ‘Setting Saved’ for 3 secs. (i.e. Dis- Displays distance unit as ‘miles’ with
tance unit selected is ‘km’) & display changes arrow mark.
to ‘Fuel unit selection’ mode.
Switch Functions: Fuel Unit Selection
Display selection by ‘Selector’ switch
Sr. No. Indication on Display If ‘selector’ switch is pressed & released If ‘selector’ switch is pressed &
immediately (Short Press) released after a delay (Long Press)
1 Fuel Units Displays Fuel unit as ‘L/100 km’ with arrow Display changes to ‘Temperature
mark. unit selection’ mode.
2 Fuel unit with ‘L/100 km’ Displays ‘Setting Saved’ for 3 secs. (i.e. Fuel Displays Fuel unit as ‘MPG’ with ar-
unit selected is ‘L/100km’) & display changes row mark.
to ‘Temperature unit selection’ mode.
3 Fuel unit with ‘km/l’ Displays ‘Setting Saved’ for 3 secs. (i.e. Fuel Displays Fuel unit as ‘L/100 km’ with
unit selected is ‘km/l’) & display changes to arrow mark.
‘Temperature unit selection’ mode.
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Switch Functions: Temperature Unit Selection

Display selection by ‘Selector’ switch


Sr. No. Indication on Display If ‘selector’ switch is pressed & released If ‘selector’ switch is pressed &
immediately (Short Press) released after a delay (Long Press)
1 Temperature Units Displays Temperature unit as ‘°C’ with arrow Display changes to ‘Unit selection’
mark. mode.
2 Temperature unit with Displays ‘Setting Saved’ for 3 secs. (i.e. Tem- Displays Temperature unit as ‘°F’
‘°C’ perature unit selected is ‘°C’) and display with arrow mark.
changes to ‘Unit selection’ mode.
3 Temperature unit with ‘°F’ Displays ‘Setting Saved’ for 3 secs. (i.e. Tem- Displays Temperature unit as ‘°C’
perature unit selected is ‘°F’) and display with arrow mark.
changes to ‘Unit selection’ mode.

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Warning Lamps

Warning Lamps Color Indicator Remarks


Malfunction Amber 1. Illuminates when ignition is switched ‘ON’. Once engine is started,
Indication Lamp it turns ‘OFF’.
( MIL ) 2. It remains ‘ON’ for any engine related fault that may increase
emission levels of the vehicle beyond the regulatory norms. Con-
tact a TATA MOTORS Authorised Service Centre for rectification.

Check Engine Amber 1. Illuminates when ignition is switched ‘ON’. Once engine is started,
it turns ‘OFF’.
2. Illuminates continuously if a fault arises in Engine Management
System. Contact a TATA MOTORS Authorised Service Centre.

Immobilizer Red 1. Illuminates when the system disables engine start if the
original key is not used.
2. Lamp blinks: Vehicle is in immobilized condition when key is not
inserted.
3. Lamp ON: Problem with key/system. Contact a TATA MOTORS
Authorised Service Centre.
Water in fuel Amber 1. Illuminates when ignition is switched ‘ON’. Once engine is started,
it turns ‘OFF’.
2. Illuminates continuously if excess water is accumulated in the fuel
filter. Contact a TATA MOTORS Authorised Service Centre to drain
the water immediately to avoid serious damage to the fuel injec-
tion system.

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Warning Lamps Color Indicator Remarks


Pre-Heat/Glow Plug indi- Amber 1. Illuminates when ignition is switched ‘ON’.
cator 2. Engine shall be started only after this indicator goes OFF.

Turn Signal Green Indicates direction indicated by the turn signal.


Blinks along with buzzer while operating left/right turn indicator only
when ignition is switched ‘ON’.

High Beam Blue Illuminates when the high beam headlamps are switched ‘ON’ or
flashed.

Low Oil Pressure Red 1. Illuminates when ignition is switched ‘ON’. Once engine is started,
it turns ‘OFF’ once required oil pressure is achieved.
2. Illuminates continuously if there is insufficient oil pressure.
Stop the vehicle as soon as safety permits and switch off the en-
gine. Check engine oil level and top-up if required. Contact TATA
MOTORS assistance before starting the engine.
Battery charging Red Illuminates when ignition is switched ‘ON’. Once engine is started, it
turns ‘OFF’.
It will continuously illuminate when there is malfunction of charging
system. Contact a TATA MOTORS Authorised Service Centre.

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Warning Lamps Color Indicator Remarks


Park Brake / Brake Fluid Red Illuminates momentarily when ignition is switched ‘ON’. Once parking
Low / EBD Fault brake is released, it turns ‘OFF’. If it remains ‘ON’, it indicates
1. Brake fluid level is low.
2. Park brake is applied & turns ‘OFF’ when it is released.
3. EBD system has a fault.

ABS Amber Illuminates momentarily when ignition is switched ‘ON’. Illuminates


continuously if there is any malfunction in ABS. Normal braking sys-
tem will be operational without assistance of ABS. Contact a TATA
MOTORS Authorised Service Centre immediately.

Seat belt warning Red Indicates that seat belt is not fastened when ignition is ‘ON’.
It will be continuously 'ON' if the seat belt is not fastened. When the
vehicle speed goes above 16 kmph seat belt alarm will be audible.
Airbag status Red Illuminates momentarily when ignition is switched ‘ON’.
It will continuously illuminate when there is malfunction of airbag
(SRS) system. Contact a TATA MOTORS Authorised Service Centre
immediately.
Front Fog Lamp Green Illuminates when the front fog lamp is ‘ON’.

Rear Fog Lamp Amber Illuminates when the rear fog lamp is ‘ON’.

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Warning Lamps Color Indicator Remarks


High Coolant Red Illuminates momentarily when ignition is switched ‘ON’.
Temperature Illuminates when engine coolant temperature is very high and con-
tinuously flashes along with buzzer if engine coolant temp. is ex-
tremely high. Switch off the engine and allow to cool.
Contact a TATA MOTORS Authorised Service Centre immediately.

Traction Control / ESP Amber This symbol illuminates when ignition is turned ‘ON’ for approximate-
Indicator (if applicable) ly three seconds and turns ‘OFF’. This symbol continues to remain
'ON' if there is a fault in the system. Take your vehicle to the nearest
Tata Authorised Service Centre at the earliest.

Cruise Control Green This symbol illuminates for approx. 3 seconds when ignition is turned
(if applicable) ON. This symbol illuminates when you activate/ switch ‘ON’ the
Cruise Control.
Daytime running lamps - Amber This symbol illuminates when the Day Time Running lamp is ‘ON’.
DRL (if applicable)

Low Fuel Amber Illuminates momentarily when ignition is switched ‘ON’.


Illuminates with a buzzer when fuel level is low. Refill the fuel tank as
soon as possible.
NOTE: The warning light will start flashing if there is any fault in the
fuel system. Contact a TATA MOTORS Authorised Service Centre im-
mediately.

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Warning Lamps Color Indicator Remarks


TOD (if applicable) Amber Illuminates momentarily when ignition is switched ‘ON’. If it contin-
ues to remain ‘ON’ or if it comes 'ON' after Ignition on pre-check, it
indicates a fault in the Transmission system. Take your car to a TATA
Authorised Service centre.
Driver Door Open --- If the Driver’s door is open or not properly closed, this symbol comes
(if applicable) ‘ON’ once the ignition key is inserted. Please ensure all the doors
are properly closed before you start driving.

Co-Driver Door Open --- If the Co-Driver’s door is open or not properly closed, the correspond-
(if applicable) ing door open indicator will come ‘ON’. Please ensure all the doors
are properly closed before you start driving.

Rear Left Door Open --- If Rear Left Door is open or not properly closed, the corresponding
(if applicable) door open indicator will come ON. Please ensure all the doors are
properly closed before you start driving.

Rear Right Door Open --- If Rear Right Door is open or not properly closed, the corresponding
(if applicable) door open indicator will come ON. Please ensure all the doors are
properly closed before you start driving.

Tail Gate Open --- If Tail Gate is open or not properly closed, the corresponding door
(if applicable) open indicator will come ON. Please ensure all the doors are proper-
ly closed before you start driving.

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Audio Reminders Headlamps 1. Auto Light (if equipped)
The following are the Audible Reminder The headlights will be automatically
warnings provided to the user. switched ON depending on ambient light
conditions (while entering a tunnel or
1) Key In reminder when it is twilight). For more details, re-
While leaving your vehicle, if you forget fer ‘DRIVER ASSIST’ section.
key inside and Ignition is OFF, buzzer
2. OFF
shall sound. Remove Key to stop the
warning All functions are ‘OFF’. Day time running
lamps (DRL) will be ‘ON’. (if equipped)
2) Parking Lamp ON reminder
3. Parking Lamp
While leaving your vehicle, if user forget
to turn OFF the Head/Park Lamps, buzz- Parking lamps are switched ‘ON’.
er shall sound. Switch off Parking Lamps
to stop the warning. Do not forget to turn
4. Headlamp
OFF Lamps as it may drain Battery.
Head lamps and Parking lamps are
3) Parking Brake ON reminder switched ‘ON’. High beam/low beam can
If Park Brake is applied and vehicle is be selected using combi switch (Refer
driven above 5 Km/h, telltale shall blink Combi switch section).
along with chime continuously. Disen-
5. Fog Lamp
gage the park brake to stop the warning.
For switching ‘ON’ the Fog lamps, either
4) Reverse Gear reminder the Head Lamp or Parking lamp must be
If reverse Gear engaged Buzzer shall ‘ON’. Therefore, turn the knob to position
sound to alert you. This chime is applica- 3 or 4.
ble for both Manual and AT transmission The knob can be pulled / pushed in two
vehicles. positions to turn ‘ON’ / turn ‘OFF’ the fog
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lamps. First pull will turn ‘ON’ the front
fog lamps and second pull switches ‘ON’
the rear fog lamps. Similarly, the first
push will switch ‘OFF’ the rear fog lamps
and second push will turn ‘OFF’ the front
fog lamps.

1) Illumination 1) Illumination 2) Headlamp levelling


The function of Illumination control
2) Headlamp levelling
switch is to vary the brightness of backlit
illumination of instrument cluster and Depending upon the number of occu-
switches in the cabin. pants and luggage in the vehicle Head-
lamp focus may change. This can be
adjusted by rotating the switch to one of
the three level positions.

NOTE
When the low beam is switched ON,
adjust the headlamp range to suit
the vehicle load. Adjust when vehicle
is stationary.

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Day Time Running Lamps (DRL) (if Automatic DRL Deactivation and
equipped) Activation
You can disable or enable the DRL func-
tion.
To Deactivate -
 Keep the Ignition switch in ON posi-
tion & switch ON-OFF parking lamp
twice within approx. 3 seconds.
To Activate -
 Keep the Ignition switch in ON posi-
tion & switch ON-OFF parking lamp
twice within approx. 3 seconds.
Day time Running Lamps (DRL) are used
to increase the visibility of the vehicle to
other drivers during daytime.
DRL Activates when:
Ignition switch is in ON position and
Head Lamp rotary switch in OFF position.

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Combi-Switch (LH Stalk) wipes across the windshield at low speed
till the stalk is released.
5) Front windshield wash
and wipe
 Pull the lever little longer, washer
fluid will be sprayed on the wind-
shield.
 The windshield wipers operate for 3
cycles after the lever is released and
1 more cycle after approx. 5 seconds.

Inner rotary switch on left hand stalk is NOTE


provided for intermittent front wiper de-
0) OFF position When you crank the engine, the
lay. The switch has 5 delay timers.
supply to washer motor is briefly cut
The wiper is switched ‘OFF’. 2) Slow Wipe off.
1) Intermittent wipe Push the stalk towards position (2) for
continuous slow wipe.
Push the stalk upwards to operate in- WARNING !s
termittent wipe. 3) Fast Wipe
Push the stalk towards position (3) for
!!
If you operate wash and wipe func-
tion for more than approx. 30 sec-
continuous fast wipe. f
onds the controller cuts off the sup-
4) Flick Wipe s
ply to washer motors to avoid over-
(spring return) heating. a
Pull the stalk downwards and hold it for f
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s
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6) Rear windshield wash and wipe Rear wiper continuous ‘ON’
WARNING !s
Turn the rotary knob and align to position
with arrow mark to operate the  Do not operate the windshield!
rear wiper in continuous mode. wipers, when the windshield is
dry or obstructed.
f
NOTE  Always check and top up the s
windshield washer fluid in thea
Rear wiper will not operate if tailgate container.
is open.
f
 Get the front and rear washer
nozzles cleaned periodically.
!
Auto front wipe (if equipped)
If your vehicle is fitted with a Rain and
Light Sensor, Auto Front Wipe is activat-
ed only when the wiper stalk is in the
Turn the outer rotary knob such that it ‘Auto’ position. The wipe sensitivity can
aligns its position with arrow be altered with the help of intermittent
mark and hold it, to operate rear wind- wipe rotary switch.
shield wash and wipe. For more details, please refer ‘DRIVER
ASSIST’ - Rain and Light sensors’ sec-
It will return to ‘OFF’ position as soon as
tion.
released.
Rear intermittent wipe NOTE
Turn the outer rotary knob and align to Turn the ignition switch to ‘ON’ posi-
position with arrow mark to op- tion, to operate all wash and wipe
erate rear intermittent wiper. Rear wiper functions. All functions pauses tem-
will start wiping intermittently. porarily, when the engine is being
cranked and resumes its function
once cranking is complete.

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Combi-Switch (RH Stalk) 4. Hi-Beam / Low Beam FUEL and SET functions that are dis-
played on the instrument cluster. To re-
To switch over head lamps to hi-beam: set/scroll the values, press the outer-
 Turn the master light switch to head most selector switch on the stalk.
lamp position. For more details, please refer ‘Driver
 Push the lever towards instrument Information Screen’ section.
cluster (latched position).
 Hi-beam headlamps and instrument
cluster tell-tale will turn ‘ON’.
To switch over from high beam to low
beam, PULL the lever back towards the
steering wheel.
5. TRIP, FUEL, SET functions
1. Left Turn signal
Move the lever fully upward.
2. Right Turn signal
Move the lever fully downward.
3. Lane Change Signal
To signal a lane change, move the lever
slightly up or down to the point where the
turn signal light begins to flash, but the
lever does not latch. The turn signal will
flash 3 times automatically.
By rotating the outermost ring of the
Combi Switch, you can set the TRIP,
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Fascia Switches vehicle comes closer to the obstacle. 4. Door Lock / Unlock Switch
Press the switch to mute the beep.
Fascia switches are provided on the cen- Press the Lock/Unlock switch to
ter console above HVAC control panel. lock/unlock all the doors.
NOTE
Mic
Reverse park assist switch can be
used to turn ‘ON’ the Rear View A mic is provided on roof interior for
Camera (if equipped) even if vehicle phone calling and voice command.
is not in reverse gear.
2. Hill Descent Control (HDC)
Switch
Activate the HDC for a smooth and con-
trolled hill descent by enabling the vehi-
cle to use the ABS to control the speed of
each wheel.
1. Rear Park Assist Switch (If applicable) For detailed information on Hill Descent
2. Hill Descent Control (HDC) Switch (If Control (HDC) refer ‘DRIVER ASSIST’
applicable) section.
3. 4 x 2 Switch (If applicable)
4. Door Lock / Unlock Switch 3. 4 x 2 Switch (if equipped)
A switch is provided to select 4x2 or 4x4
1. Rear Park Assist Switch mode.
Reverse park assist system gets activat-
Mode LED TOD
ed when you engage reverse gear with a
simultaneous beep sound. The intensity 4x2 ON Disabled
of the beep keeps on increasing as your 4x4 OFF Enabled

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Steering Wheel Switches (LHS) 4. Source – Press to 2. Cruise control switches
select the required source in the in- For detailed information on cruise con-
fotainment (USB, AUX, AM, FM). trol steering switches refer Cruise Con-
trol in ‘DRIVER ASSIST’ section.
Steering Wheel Switches (RHS)
NOTE
For detailed information on steering
wheel switches refer infotainment
manual.

Infotainment System

1. Volume
Press to increase and to
decrease volume of music system/radio.
1. Phone receive / PTT (if equipped)
2. Mute / phone reject
To reject or hang up a phone call. This button is used to accept
It is also used to mute the volume of mu- incoming call when a cell phone is con-
sic system/radio. nected via Bluetooth.
Push to talk (PTT) will enable the info-
3. Seek forward / backward
tainment head unit in voice command NOTE
To change radio channels. and reception mode from the user.
For more information on infotain-
ment system refer infotainment
manual.

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Speakers Three power sockets are provided at USB/AUX Port
following locations:
Speakers and tweeters are provided on
models with infotainment system. 1. On Dashboard center console
2. On 2nd row center console
Audio Amplifier 3. Luggage compartment.
(If applicable)
The power socket will work when the
Audio amplifier is provided with two addi- ignition switch is in ACC or ON position.
tional speakers (center speaker and sub- This socket can be used to provide 12V
woofer). Amplifier provides processed (10A) power for electrical accessories.
amplified output to all speakers, tweeter
and sub-woofer. NOTE
Power Socket Use of inappropriate electrical ac-
cessories can cause damage to your Front USB/AUX
vehicle’s electrical system. Make
sure that any electrical accessories Connect your portable digital music play-
you use are designed to plug into ers, pen drives etc. to this socket for
this type of socket. playing music tracks through the vehicles
music system.

NOTE
Remove the plugged cables, devices
every time after use or when not in
use.

Front Power Socket

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Smart USB charger/Power Socket (if Boot Lamp/Power Socket
equipped) NOTE
The smart USB charger shall be
used only for USB charging. It does
not support USB communication.

NOTE
Phone or tablet charging may vary
from device to device.

WARNING !s
 Do not use excessive force while ! Boot lamp is provided in the luggage
Rear USB/Power Socket handling USB port. compartment to illuminate the luggage
f area.
Smart USB charger is located on rear of  Avoid insertion of any hard, sharp
s
or metallic object in the USB slot. Switch is provided on lamp to turn
center console.
 a
Avoid spraying or spilling of clean- ON/OFF.
The USB Charger provides current as per ing solution, perfume, car fresh-f You can connect your refrigeration kit,
the charging requirement of connected eners, beverages, caustic chemi- chiller etc. to the power socket provid-
device. It can charge devices that draw
!
cals or any liquid on USB slot. ed in the luggage compartment.
5V/2.4A or less.  The engine should be running
when using accessories for long
The charger has illumination for night
period. Failure to do so can dis-
time visibility.
charge the battery.

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DASHBOARD AND FEATURES
Roof Lamps
Three interior roof lighting lamps are
provided on the roof with inbuilt switch.
The central rectangular switch has
three positions:

ON - The lamp will turn ON as


long as the switch is in this
position.
DOOR - In this position the
lamp turns ON with dimming
Front roof lamp Rear roof lamp
when either of the doors are
opened. When the last door is closed,
the lamp will remain ON for approx. 25
sec and turns OFF with dimming. This
helps settling in the seat and inserting
the key in the ignitions switch. When the
key is turned to the IGN position, the
lamp goes OFF immediately.
OFF - In this position the lamp
will remain OFF.

Central roof lamp

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DASHBOARD AND FEATURES
Sun Blinds - Rear Windows
(if equipped)
The sun blinds in the rear door trim pan-
els can be pulled out and secured in the
holders.

NOTE
Pull out sun blinds during the jour-
ney, only when door windows are
closed.
When retracting the sun blinds disen-
gage the sun blind from holders and
carefully guide it back into the retractor
roller.

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88
STOWAGE AREAS
STOWAGE AREAS
Stowage Compartments

90
STOWAGE AREAS
Top Stowage Compartment Lower Glove Box
WARNING !s
A top stowage compartment is provided Another glove box is provided below up-
Stow the objects/luggage correctly ! above the upper glove box, where you per glow box. It can be locked with the
and secured properly, otherwise they can keep small items. ignition key.
can slide or be thrown around and f
s
hit vehicle occupants. There is a risk There are two glove boxes located on the
of injury, particularly in the eventaof dashboard.
sudden braking or a sudden change
f Upper Glove Box
in direction.
! Upper Glove Box is provided with a cool-
 Always stow objects in such a way ing facility. It cools the glove box only
that the objects do not get thrown when the front A/C is ON. Shut OFF the
around during sudden braking. vent by rotating the knob, whenever cool-
 Always make sure that objects do ing is not required.
not protrude from stowage spac-
es, parcel nets or stowage nets.
 Close the lockable stowage spac-
es before starting a journey.
 Stow and secure objects that are NOTE
heavy, hard, pointed, sharp-
edged, fragile or too large in the Make sure that glove box flap is
luggage compartment. closed while driving.

The glove box lamp illuminates when the


glove box is opened.
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STOWAGE AREAS
Below The Arm Rest Cup Holders Middle Row (Central Console)
Stowage space is provided below front Push the cover gently to open and ac-
arm rest. To access, press the knob and NOTE cess the cup holders.
lift the arm rest. Use cups, containers, bottles of right
size and which have lids. The drinks
could otherwise spill.
On Central Console
A single cup holder is provided on central
console.

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STOWAGE AREAS
Third Row Seat Foldable Arm Rest (if equipped) Utility Pockets (front & rear doors)
Cup holders are provided on both sides Utility pockets are provided on front and
for third row passengers. Lift the cover to rear doors and it can be used to keep
access the cup holders. magazines/books, water bottles etc.

A foldable arm rest has been provided in


the second row (60:40) seat. It also has
two cup holders and a utility box, which
can be accessed by opening the cover.
When not required, fold the armrest back
into the seat.

NOTE
Remove all items and cups before
folding the cup holders.

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STOWAGE AREAS
Tailgate (Trunk) Compartment Third row seat folding
Store the luggage in the trunk. You can increase the trunk capacity by
folding the third row seats.
Pull the fabric hook and fold the seat
backrest forwards. Both the seats can be
independently folded to create extra lug-
gage space.

WARNING !s
Distribute the items of luggage !as
evenly as possible.
f
Position heavy loads as forward as
possible and distribute evenly. s
The load must not protrude abovea
the luggage cover. f
Never allow occupants to travel ! in
the luggage compartment

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Second row seat folding
WARNING !s
For folding:
You should always engage the rear !
 Keep the head restraint at its lowest seat if you do not need the through
position. loading feature. f
 Pull the backrest release hooks and s
If the rear seat and seat backrest are
fold the seat backrest forwards. not latched they could fold forwards,
a
 Move the driver or front passenger e.g. when braking suddenly or in thef
seat forward if necessary. event of an accident.
The vehicle occupant would thereby
!
be pushed into the seat belt by the
rear bench seat or by the seat
Backrest unlocked backrest. The seat belt can no longer
offer the intended level of protection
and could even cause injuries.
Objects or loads in the trunk cannot
be restrained by the seat backrest.
There is an increased risk of injury.
Before every trip, make sure that the
seat backrests and the rear seats
are latched securely.

Backrest folded

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STOWAGE AREAS
To Access Third Row Seats The second row seat can be tumbled
from its base by pulling the fabric hook WARNING !s
Fold the second row seat and pull the located behind the seat’s back.
knob provided at the base of the seat. The coat hook cannot restrain heavy
!
While folding the second objects or items of luggage.
Never hang hard, sharp edged or
f
row seat after getting in-
side the third row seat, fragile objects on the coat hook. s
never keep your feet on a
Goggle Case
the seat locking brackets. f
A goggle case is provided above the driv-
!
Coat Hook er’s door.
Coat hooks are provided on second row
side grab handles.

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CLIMATE CONTROL
CLIMATE CONTROL
Air Distribution
The Climate control regulates the tem-
perature set in the vehicle interior and
filters dust particles.
Air is distributed through following air
vents:
 For windshield
 For quarter glass
 Front center air vents
 Front side air vents
 Second row center console air vents
 Second row side air vents
 Rear side air vents

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Air Vents Front side air vents Rear side air vents
Side air vents (two each) are provided for
Air flow and its direction can be adjusted
second and third row occupants.
with the help of knobs provided on re-
spective vent.
Front air vents
Four air vents are provided on dash-
board.

Second row center console air vents


Two air vents are provided on second Second row side air vents
row center console.

Center air vents

Third row vents


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CLIMATE CONTROL
Heating, Ventilation and Air Fully Automatic Temperature FATC system controls the in-cabin tem-
Conditioning (HVAC) Control (FATC) perature of the vehicle automatically and
provides maximum passenger comfort
The HVAC system is operational when regardless of the outside weather condi-
engine is running and blower is ON. It tions.
regulates the temperature in the vehicle
interior and filters dust particles. Automatic Operation
Either of the following HVAC system is To put the climate control in fully
provided on your vehicle. automatic mode:

1. Fully Automatic Temperature Control  Press the ‘AUTO’ button.


(FATC)  Set the desired temperature by turn-
2. Manual HVAC ing temperature control knob. The
display will show all the functions dur-
ing ‘AUTO’ mode.
1. Temperature Control Knob  The System automatically selects the
2. A.C. ON / OFF Button proper mix of conditioned and / or
3. AUTO Mode Selection Button heated air that will, as quickly as
possible, raise or lower the interior
4. Demister / Heater Button (Rear)
temperature to your preference.
5. Windshield Defroster Button (Front)  To come out of ‘AUTO’ mode, press
6. Air Distribution Mode Button ‘AUTO’ button again.
7. ECON (Economy) Mode Selection Button
8. Blower Speed Control Knob
9. Recirculation Button
10. Display

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CLIMATE CONTROL
Semi-automatic Operation Recirculation mode: (Indicator light ON)
Making any manual selection causes the Air in the passenger compartment recir-
word ‘AUTO’ in the display to turn off and culates. No fresh air enters the com-
overridden setting is displayed. System partment.
will remain in semi-automatic mode till
‘AUTO’ is pressed again. Always use when:

A.C. ON/OFF Button  Driving on a dusty road or through


tunnel.
Press the A.C. ON/OFF button to
 On signals or slow traffic to avoid
turn the air conditioning ON or OFF. LED
traffic pollution.
will glow when AC is ON.
 Maximum cooling is required.
Air intake selector
NOTE Fresh Air mode: (Indicator light OFF)
Press the switch to activate / deactivate
The AC will be switched ‘ON’ only if Fresh air is drawn into the vehicle.
recirculation mode.
the blower is ‘ON’ and engine is run-
ning. Always use when:

Temperature Control Knob  Discomfort is felt or windows are


fogging up.
The temperature control dial allows you
 Using or air flow modes
to adjust the temperature. Turn the dial
counter-clockwise to lower the tempera- during demist / defrost.
ture. To increase the temperature, turn  Using normal heating mode.
the dial in clockwise direction.

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Blower Speed Control Knob Air Distribution Control Button In AUTO mode, the FATC system will regu-
late the blower speed automatically.
However, user override is possible with the
use of air distribution control button to
select the desired airflow mode.
Each time you press the air distribution
control button the display shows the mode
selected.

NOTE
If the display flashes ‘ERR’ in period-
ic pattern (Display will show ‘ERR’
This is to turn ‘ON’ the blower and select Press the button to select one of the for 5 sec. and set temperature for 30
desired blower speed. following air distribution mode. sec.) It indicates FATC malfunction-
Directs air through the center ing. Switch over to manual mode
In ‘AUTO’ mode, the FATC system will and contact TATA MOTORS Author-
and side air vents
regulate the blower speed automatically. ized Service Centre.
Directs air through the cen-
To switch ‘OFF’ climate control system, turn ter, side and foot well vents
the blower speed control knob in extreme Directs air through the foot
counter clockwise direction. well air vents
Directs air through the de-
NOTE froster & foot well vents (De-
To avoid stale air and collection of fault fresh air mode)
mustiness, you should have the Directs air through the de-
blower fan running at all times. froster vents (Default fresh
air mode)
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CLIMATE CONTROL
Windscreen Defroster Button ECON A.C. and third row occupants. The cool air will
come when front A.C. is ON.
(Front) During ECON A.C. operation, the system
automatically cuts off compressor at a Keep air vents fully closed, when and
This button directs the main airflow to- higher temperature than normal A.C. The where not required.
wards windscreen for faster defrosting. It operation can be used during mild
also overrides any mode selection you weather conditions for better fuel effi-
may have made. ciency. Comfort level may be compro-
When you select windscreen defroster mised during this operation.
button the system automatically switch-
Rear A.C. Operating instruction
es to fresh air mode and turn on the A.C.
When you turn OFF the button again the
system returns to its former settings.

NOTE
For your safety make sure you have
a clear view through all the windows
before driving.
Demister / Defogger Button
Press the demister button to activate
rear windshield and outside rear view
mirror (if equipped) demister. The system Separate auxiliary unit is provided for
deactivates after 15 min of continuous rear AC.
operation.
Rear A.C. blower control switch is provid-
You can also deactivate by pressing de- ed on the roof near interior lamp. De-
mister button. sired speed can be selected for second

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Sensors In-Vehicle Sensor Outside ambient temperature sen-
sor
FATC system is fitted with 3 sensors. In-vehicle sensor is located on the cover
of instrument cluster. Outside ambient temperature sensor is
Solar Sensor located under the front grill.
A solar sensor is provided on top of the
dashboard on the right side of defrosts WARNING !s
grill.
 Do not spill any liquid on sensors.
!
 Do not cover sensor, this may f
cause the sensor to malfunction.
This may lead to FATC not func- s
tioning to desired level. a
f
!

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CLIMATE CONTROL
Manual Heating, Ventilation and The system has a separate auxiliary rear Recirculation Button
Air conditioning (HVAC) cooling system along with adjustable Press the switch to activate / deactivate
(if equipped) vents for 2nd and 3rd row occupants. recirculation mode.
The HVAC is operational when engine is Temperature Control Knob
running and blower is ON. The Climate
control regulates the temperature in the
vehicle interior and filters dust particles.
You can manually set the desired tem-
perature

Recirculation mode: (Indicator light ON)


The temperature control dial allows you
Air in the passenger compartment recir-
to adjust the temperature. Turn the dial
culates. No fresh air enters the com-
counter-clockwise to lower the tempera- partment.
ture. To increase the temperature, turn
1. Temperature Control Knob the dial in clockwise direction. Always use when:
2. Recirculation Button
 Driving on a dusty road or through
3. Blower Speed Control Knob
tunnel.
4. A.C. and Econ (Economy Mode) ON/OFF
Button  On signals or slow traffic to avoid
5. Air Distribution Control Knob traffic pollution.
6. Rear Defogger / Demister Button  Maximum cooling is required.
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Fresh Air mode: (Indicator light OFF) To switch OFF, turn the blower speed con-
trol knob in extreme counter clockwise
NOTE
Fresh air is drawn into the vehicle.
direction The AC will be switched ON only if the
Always use when: blower is ON and engine is running.
A.C. mode ON-OFF Button
 Discomfort is felt or windows are When AC is switched ON, engine idling
fogging up. RPM increases marginally to adjust
 Using or air flow modes the AC compressor load.
during demist / defrost. When desired temperature is
 Using normal heating mode. achieved AC trips OFF automatically.

Blower Speed Control Knob


This is to turn ON the blower and select
desired blower speed.

Press the switch to activate / deactivate


the climate control. The indicator lamp in
the button will light up when climate con-
trol is activated.
First Press: Normal A.C.is switched ON.
Second Press: ECON mode turns ON with
A.C.
Third Press: Both A.C. and ECON func-
tions are switched OFF.

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Econ A.C Air Distribution Control Knob Demister / Defogger Button

During ECON A.C. operation the system Press the button to select one of the Press the button to turn ON the rear
automatically cuts off at a higher tem- following air distribution mode. windshield and outside rear view mirror
perature than normal A.C. The operation Directs air through the cen- (if equipped) demister. This clears the
can be used during mild weather condi- ter and side air vents fog / mist formation.
tions for better fuel efficiency. Comfort Directs air through the cen-
ter, side and foot well vents The indicator on the button turns ON
level may be compromised during this
Directs air through the foot when the rear demister is ON. The de-
operation.
well air vents mister turns OFF automatically after 15
Directs air through the de- minutes.
froster & foot well vents (De-
fault fresh air mode) You can also deactivate by pressing de-
mister button.
Directs air through the de-
froster vents (Default fresh
air mode)
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Rear A.C. Operating instruction performance.
NOTE
Start the vehicle with AC & Blower in
 Condensation may drip from the OFF condition in idling for 2~3
underside of the vehicle when it minutes.
is in cooling mode. Traces of wa- Then switch ON the AC & Blower and
ter on the ground are normal and run it for another 2~3 minutes in
are not a sign that there is a mal- idling for proper circulation of refrig-
function. erant & oil to lubricate the internal
 Ventilate the vehicle for a brief parts of AC system.
period during warm weather. This
will speed up the cooling process
and the desired vehicle interior
temperature will be reached
quickly.
Separate auxiliary unit is provided for  Never cover the air vents or air
rear AC. intake grilles in the vehicle inte-
rior.
Rear A.C. blower control switch is provid-
 If the AC is not used for a long
ed on the roof near interior lamp. De-
period, such as during winter, it
sired speed can be selected for second
may not give the best perfor-
and third row occupants. The cool air will
mance when you start using it
come when front A.C. is ON.
again. Operate the AC at least
Keep air vents fully closed, when and once a month to maintain opti-
where not required. mum performance.
 While starting the vehicle itself
after long duration (more than
15 days), following procedure
needs to be followed to meet AC

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Recommended basic settings of the control elements of air conditioning system for the respective operating modes. These may
vary depending on individual requirements and weather conditions.

Control Knob Position Button Position


A. Air Flow Direction B. Blower Speed C. Air Temperature D. Air Intake E. AC ON / OFF
Functions

Normal heating or 2nd or 3rd position Desired temperature Fresh air mode Switched OFF

To MAX speed and Briefly switch ON to


To the right up to the
Quick heating then 2nd or 3rd Fresh air mode then Switched OFF
stop
position Recirculation mode

or Recirculation
Normal Cooling 1st to 3rd position Desired temperature Switched ON
mode
To MAX speed and
or To the left up to the Recirculation
Quick Cooling then 2nd or 3rd po- Switched ON
stop mode
sition
Fresh air mode Switched ON
Demisting 2nd or 3rd position Desired temperature
(Default) (Optional)
Fresh air mode Switched ON
Defrosting To MAX speed Desired temperature
(Default) (Optional)

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STARTING AND DRIVING
Pre Driving Checks Daily check:
WARNING !
Make sure that:  Tyres for abnormal wear, cracks or
Objects in the driver's footwell can re- damage and embedded foreign mate-
 Windshield, windows, mirrors, lights, strict the pedal travel or obstruct a de- rial such as nails, stones, etc.
and reflectors are clean and unob- pressed pedal. The operating and
 Traces of fluid and oil leakage below
structed. road safety of the vehicle is endan-
vehicle.
 Tools kit, jack & handle, warning trian- ger. There is a risk of an accident.
gle, owner’s manual, first aid kit and Make sure that all objects in the vehi-
cle are stowed correctly, and that they NOTE
vehicle documents are available and
stored at their locations. cannot enter the driver's footwell. In- Water dripping from the air condition-
stall the floor mats securely and as ing system after use is normal.
NOTE specified in order to ensure sufficient
clearance for the pedals. Do not use  All lamps, wipers, wiper blades and
Regularly check and replenish the loose floor mats and do not place horn for proper operation.
first aid kit contents. floor mats on top of one another.  All switches, gauges and tell tales are
working properly.
 All doors, engine bonnet and tail gate
are securely closed and latched. WARNING ! Adjust:
 All occupants are properly restrained Unsuitable footwear can hinder cor-  Seats, head restraints (if equipped)
and should always wear seat belts or rect usage of the pedals, e.g.: and steering wheel position.
use child restraints system.as applica-  All the mirrors properly.
 shoes with thick soles
ble
 shoes with high heels Weekly check:
 Objects, luggage or loads are secured
 slippers
properly against slipping or tipping.  Engine oil and coolant level
 Rear seats are securely latched. There is a risk of an accident.  Brake and steering fluid level
 Sufficient fuel for the trip. Wear suitable footwear to ensure cor-
 Windshield washer fluid level
rect usage of the pedals.
 Battery electrolyte level

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 Driving safety systems are merely aids
NOTE NOTE
designed to assist driving. You are re-
Check the tyre pressure regularly in- Do not warm up the engine with the sponsible for the distance to the vehi-
cluding spare wheel. vehicle stationary. Drive off immedi- cle in front, for vehicle speed and an-
ately. Avoid high engine speeds and ticipating braking in good time.
Driving Tips driving at full throttle until the engine
Fuel consumption, engine, transmission, has reached its operating tempera-
WARNING !
brake and tyre wear are affected by below ture.
factors: You could lose control of your vehicle
 Always adapt your driving style to suit if you try to adjust the driver's seat,
 Operating conditions of your vehicle the prevailing road and weather condi- head restraint, mirror, steering wheel
 Your personal driving style tions and maintain a safe distance and fasten the seat belt while driving.
from the vehicle in front. Drive care- There is a risk of an accident.
Operating conditions: fully.
 Avoid frequent, sudden acceleration Recommended fuel economy
 Avoid frequent start and stop as these speeds
and braking.
increase fuel consumptions.
 Select appropriate gear according to Gear Speed (km/h)
 Always make sure that the tyre pres-
varying speeds and load conditions.
sures are correct.
1 10
 Do not carry any unnecessary weight.
NOTE 2 20
 Regularly service your vehicle and ad-
here to the recommended service Do not rest your foot on the clutch pe- 3 35
maintenance schedule. dal while driving.
4 50
Personal driving style  Switch off the engine in stationary traf-
fic or at signals. 5 65
 Do not depress the accelerator pedal
 Keep an eye on the vehicle's fuel con- 6 75
when starting the engine.
sumption.

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Good driving practices Tips for obtaining better fuel effi- speeds which indirectly implies less
ciency distance with more fuel.
 Slow down before shifting to a lower
 Be in the maximum possible higher
gear. This will help avoiding revving of  Always maintain the specified tyre
gear at a given speed. This reduces
the engine causing damage. pressure during fuel top-ups and also
the engine operating speeds which
 Avoid frequent brake application before a long trip. Vehicle running with
means the engine is running at lower
which can cause overheating of low tyre pressure will consume more
rpm (Revolutions per Minute) for the
brakes. Anticipate your stops properly. fuel than the one running with speci-
same vehicle speed. Lesser the num-
 Slower the vehicle speed while travel- fied tyre pressure.
ber of engine revolution lesser the fuel
ling in cross winds. This gives much  Keep the vehicle clean. Get rid of the burned.
better control over the vehicle. not in use luggage/stuff lying in the
 Avoid harsh braking.
 Avoid high speed when cornering or boot etc.
 Maintain healthy driving habits &
turning.  Regularly inspect your vehicle for any
while decelerating, do coasting in gear
 Depress the clutch fully while shifting leakages, worn out wires by rat bites
and not in neutral or with clutch pedal
gears. etc.
depressed.
 Make sure that vehicle is completely  Always follow periodic & regular ser-
 Consider using the AC when you really
stationary before you attempt to shift vice schedule of the vehicle.
require. Consider using lower blower
in reverse gear.  In places with high dust content check speeds rather than higher for cooling
 Drive slowly on wet roads. the air filter frequently for clogging. as at higher blower speeds it con-
 You can get extra braking from the en-  Drive smart and smooth in an antici- sumes more electric power which is ul-
gine when slowing down by shifting to patory manner. Select driving mode to timately drawn from engine by burning
a lower gear. This can help you to suit your style. fuel.
maintain a safe speed and prevent  Do not accelerate excessively when  Avoid unnecessary extra electrical
your brakes from overheating spe- you are in lower gears (1st or 2nd). Be loading on the vehicle.
cially while going down a hill. gentle on the accelerator when you  Stop the engine wisely at traffic sig-
are in traffic. In lower gear, opening nals. Switch ‘OFF’ the engine at the
more throttle will shoot the engine
RPM keeping the vehicle still at lower
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traffic signal only if the stoppage time Running-in period Do not exceed the following road speeds
is high (typically more than 30 sec). during running in period
The more you look after the engine when
 While driving on highways, drive with it is new, the more satisfied you will be (Applicable for manual transmission).
windows closed. The more you open with its performance in the future.
the windows the higher will be the re- Gear Speed (km/h)
sistance to the vehicle at higher  You should therefore drive at varying
speeds which will reduce the fuel effi- vehicle and engine speeds for the first 4x4 4x2
ciency. 1500-1800 kms.
1 20 20
 Do not over speed; follow the speed  Avoid heavy loads, e.g. driving at full
limits. More the speed, higher the ex- throttle, during this period. 2 40 35
ternal resistance on the vehicle which  Change gear in good time, before the 3 60 55
will finally result into unnecessary con- tachometer needle is 2/3rd of the way
sumption of fuel. to the red area of the tachometer. 4 80 75
 Do not manually shift to a lower gear 5 110 100
to brake the vehicle.
 Try to avoid depressing the accelera- 6 120 110
tor pedal beyond the point of re-
sistance.
 Change gear judiciously.

NOTE
Avoid excessive revving up of engine
rpm. Do not keep engine at idling for
long duration.

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Seat Adjustments To lower the seat, pump the lever down-
WARNING ! ward until the seat is at desired height.
Front seat adjustments
You could lose control of your vehicle
Following seat adjustments can be car- Seat forward / rearward adjustment
if you try to adjust the driver's seat,
ried out manually. head restraint, mirror, steering wheel Lift lever (3) and slide the seat forwards or
and fasten the seat belt while driving. rearwards. Release lever and make sure
There is a risk of an accident. that seat is securely latched.
Seat backrest angle adjustment
NOTE
To change the seat back rest angle, lean
forward slightly and pull up the lever (1). Adjust the driver seat position in such
a way that the driver will be able to
Adjust seat backrest until it reaches de-
operate the controls pedals comfort-
sired comfortable position. Make sure
ably.
that lever returns to its original position
and seat is securely latched.

WARNING !
1. Arm rest. Never travel in a moving vehicle with
2. Lumbar support the seat backrest in an excessively re-
3. Backrest angle clined position as this can be danger-
4. Seat height adjustment ous. You could slide under the seat
5. Seat forward / rearward adjustment belt in a collision.
lever
Seat height adjustment
To raise the seat, pull and continue pump-
ing the lever (2) in the upward direction
until the seat is at the desired height.

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Lumbar Support (if equipped) Adjustable head restraint (if equipped)
WARNING !
Do not drive the vehicle without the
seat head restraints. Head restraints
are intended to help reduce injuries
during an accident.
Rear seats adjustment
For second row seat adjustment, lift the
lever and slide the seat forwards or rear-
wards. Release the lever and make sure
that seat is securely latched.

Continuous (Multiple adjusting position)


lumbar support is provided on driver and
front passenger seat to give you comfort
while driving. It is adjusted by the lever
provided on the side of the seat backrest.

Adjust the head restraint so that it is as


close to the head as possible and the cen-
ter of the head restraint supports the
back of the head at eye level. This will re-
duce the potential for injury to the head
Foldable second row (60:40 or captain)
and neck in the event of an accident or
seats are provided to access the third
similar situation.
row. Refer ‘Stowage area’ section for seat

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folding procedures and access to third from the headlights of vehicles behind Motorized outer rear view mirrors allow
row seats. you. the driver to adjust the mirrors without
lowering the glasses and without moving
Third row seats are non-adjustable fixed from his position.
NOTE
type seats.
Use antiglare position only when nec- You can adjust the mirrors when the igni-
Rear View Mirrors essary, as it reduces rear view clarity. tion switch is in the “ACC” or “ON” posi-
Inside Rear View Mirrors (IRVM) tion.
Motorized outer rear view mirrors
and power fold (if applicable) NOTE
Objects visible in mirror are actually
closer than they appear. Always
make sure of the actual distance
from the road users traveling behind
by glancing over your shoulder.

To adjust the mirror, set the selector tab


to the normal or antiglare position and
then move the mirror up, down or side- Motorized outer rear view mirrors are fit-
ways manually to obtain the best rear ted on both front doors and can be ad-
view. justed to the desired position with the
help of a switch provided on the driver
When driving at night, set the selector tab side door.
to select anti-glare mode to reduce glare

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To adjust the mirrors: Mirror folding (if applicable) To block glare from side windows
 Move the mirror selection switch to L Outer rear view mirrors can be folded by Pull down the sun visor and release it
(for left side) and R (for right side) operating the mirror fold switch (3). This from the bracket. Swing the sun visor to
 Use the 4 positions of the knob to ad- enables you to park your vehicle in limited the side.
just the rear view mirrors to required parking space. Press the mirror fold
position. switch to fold both outside mirrors simul- Vanity mirror lights
taneously. Press again to unfold. Mirror light (4) only functions if mirror
Sun Visors cover (1) has been opened up.

WARNING !
If the mirror cover of the vanity mirror
is folded up when the vehicle is in mo-
tion, you could be blinded by incident
light. There is a risk of an accident.
Always keep the mirror cover folded
down while driving.

1. Mirror fold switch (if applicable)


2. Mirror selection switch
3. Mirror adjustment switch
1. Mirror cover 2. Vanity mirror
Demister (if applicable) 3. Bracket 4. Mirror light
These mirrors are provided with The sun visors (with extensions) can be
demister. For activating the rear view mir- pulled down to block glare coming
ror demister and rear windshield de-
through the windshield.
mister, a common switch is provided on
the A.C. panel.
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Steering Wheel Adjustment  Pull release lever up completely to Steering lock cum ignition switch
lock the steering column.
 Make sure that steering wheel is se-
curely locked by checking up and
down direction.

NOTE
When adjusting the steering wheel,
make sure that:
You can operate control pedals with-
out any obstacles.
You can see all the displays in the in-
strument cluster clearly.
You can adjust the steering wheel posi- The ignition switch has the following four
tion to suit your convenience. positions:
The release lever is located under the WARNING ! LOCK - This is the normal parking posi-
steering column. Before starting off, make sure the tion. Key from lock can be removed in this
steering wheel position is locked. position only.
To adjust the steering wheel
Never unlock or adjust the steering “LOCK” position prevents normal use of
 First, adjust the seat to a comfortable wheel while the vehicle is in motion. the steering wheel after the key is re-
position. moved.
 Push release lever completely down to
To release the steering lock, insert the key
unlock the steering column.
and turn it clockwise to one of the other
 Adjust the steering wheel to the de- positions.
sired position.

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ACC - Accessories such as the infotain- 4. Not allowing starter motor to crank the
ment system can be operated, but the en- NOTE
engine under low battery condition to
gine remains ‘OFF’. Steering gets un- The Starter protection system fitted avoid further draining if battery.
locked. in this vehicle does not allow you to
crank the engine until you fully de- NOTE
ON - This is the normal operating posi-
press the clutch pedal / brake pedal
tion. All electrical systems are ‘ON’. After starting, run the engine in idle
(for AT).
START - Turn the key further clockwise speed for at least 30 seconds. Do not
to the START position, (spring loaded) to If the engine does not start immediately, press accelerator pedal while starting
start the engine. As soon as the engine hold the ignition key at crank position for the engine to avoid damage to turbo-
starts, release the ignition key, which re- 10 secs. This will help to start the engine charger (in case of diesel vehicles).
turns to ON position. While cranking, all if starter motor is in fail safe condition op-
accessories will be momentarily ‘OFF’. eration. Starting off
Illuminated Key Ring In case of unsuccessful/delayed engine Manual Transmission
start, kindly contact authorized TATA MO-
Illuminated key ring is provided on ignition TORS service center. To start off, depress the clutch pedal fully
switch. This helps to locate ignition switch and shift into 1st gear.
in the dark. Starter Protection System
After releasing the parking brake, gradu-
Starting the Engine This Starter Protection system provided ally release the clutch and slowly press
the following safety conditions: the accelerator.
Make sure that parking brake is engaged
and vehicle is in neutral gear (Park Mode 1. Automatic disengagement of starter Automatic Transmission
for automatic transmission). motor once the engine is started to To start off, depress the brake pedal fully,
avoid over running of starter motor. press the shift lock button on the knob of
Depress the Clutch (Brake pedal for auto-
2. Not allowing starter motor to engage the gear selector lever and move the lever
matic transmission) pedal fully and crank
when engine is running. to Drive (D) mode.
the engine. Do not press the accelerator
3. No starter motor function when vehi-
pedal when starting the engine.
cle is in running condition.

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Gear Shifting and Driving Gear indication
NOTE
Manual Transmission
For Automatic variants depress the
brake pedal and shift into Drive (D)
mode. Release the brake pedal and
slowly press the accelerator. Current Gear
Display

NOTE
When shifting or starting off, do not
race the engine. Racing the engine Current Gear number displayed on the
can shorten engine life and affect DIS screen based on gear shift lever posi-
smooth shifting. tion when clutch pedal is fully released.

NOTE
WARNING ! The gearshift pattern is as shown on the
gear lever knob. Gear shifting should al- When there is a failure in the system,
Do not switch off the ignition while ways be done with clutch pedal pressed. instead of gear no ‘F’ shall be dis-
driving. played. If ’F’ is displayed in the Gear
If you switch off the ignition while driv- NOTE number position, take your vehicle to
ing, safety-relevant functions are only authorized TATA service centre to get
available with limitations, or not at all. Depress the clutch pedal fully while it repaired.
This could affect the power steering shifting the gear. The reverse gear
and the brake boosting effect. You should be engaged only when the ve-
will require considerably more effort hicle is stationary. Wait for approx. 5
to steer and brake. There is a risk of seconds after declutching to ensure
an accident. smooth engagement of the reverse
gear.

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Gear up/down recommender Automatic Transmission Reverse (R)
This position puts the trans-
mission in reverse gear
Indicates to shift when engaged in stationary
to next higher condition with brake pedal
gear fully pressed.
The selector shall never be moved into re-
verse while driving forward.
Neutral (N)
The transmission is in Neu-
tral position.
Indicates to shift to
next lower gear Park (P) It enables the engine to start
and operate without driving the vehicle.
Use Park (P) position when
starting the engine or park- Drive Mode (D)
ing the vehicle. Apply the This position is for normal
parking brake whenever the driving conditions for maxi-
Gear Up/Down recommender shall rec- vehicle is to be parked. mum efficiency and fuel
ommend the user to change the gears The selector lever must be engaged in economy. It should be used
for better performance. Park (P) position only when the vehicle is as often as possible.
stationary. If engaged while the vehicle is To move the selector to D mode; press the
NOTE in motion it may severely damage the Shift lock button in the handle of the se-
transmission. lector lever and at the same time press
If the vehicle is in correct gear posi-
tion, the gear recommender shall not the brake pedal fully.
be shown.

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Sport / Manual (S/M)
NOTE
This position allows the driver to switch to
Sport mode or activate Manual mode to  Transmission
select gears like a manual gearbox. Control Unit
may disallow
Pressing the shift lever towards left side incorrect manual shift command
while in Drive mode will put the transmis- by user and a message ‘Driver
sion in Sport mode. Control Shift denied’ is displayed
The gear selector moves freely between on Instrument Cluster.
the Sport (S) and Drive (D) positions. The  In order to protect the engine, the
vehicle will remain in Sport mode if the transmission will automatically
shifter is not moved at all. As soon as upshift to prevent engine over-rev-
shifter is moved forward or backward, the ‘+’ For Upshifting in Manual mode ving OR downshift to prevent en-
Manual (M) mode is activated. gine stalling at certain specified
Push the gearshift lever to the “+” direc- engine rpm limits.
It is possible to shift from D mode to Sport tion and release it. Every time the lever is
or Manual mode and vice versa at any operated, upshifting takes place one step Drive mode indicator
time during driving. at a time in the order of 1st > 2nd > 3rd > 4th
> 5th > 6th gear. Auto Mode
To return to Sport mode after Manual
mode has been selected; move the selec- ‘-’ For Downshifting in Manual mode This display shows vehicle is
tor lever to Drive mode (by tapping the in Auto drive mode and back-
Pull the gearshift lever to the “–” direction ground shall be in White in
lever towards right) and then back to and release it. Every time the lever is op-
Sport mode (by again tapping the lever to- color and 4x4 indicates the
erated, downshifting takes place in the or- vehicle is in four-wheel drive mode.
wards left). der 6th > 5th > 4th > 3rd > 2nd > 1st gear.
If Manual mode is selected, 1st gear must
be used for moving off from stationary
condition.

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Sport Mode Automatic Gear Shifter Lever Movement and Conditions
This display shows vehicle is
in Sport mode and the Lever Position Movement Brake Pedal Driver Shift
theme shall be in Red color
and 4x2 indicates the vehi-
cle is in two wheel drive mode
P->>R
Manual Mode
This display shows vehicle is
in Manual mode and the
theme shall be in blue color N->>D Not required
and 4x2 indicates the vehi-
cle is in two wheel drive mode.

N->>R

R->>P Not required

Brake Pedal Pressed Shifter Lever Knob Pressed

NOTE: For all other conditions no driver intervention required.

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Transmission Overheating Transmission Fault  Always select Park mode and switch
off the ignition before leaving the vehi-
If transmission oil temperature increases
cle.
beyond safe working limit; instrument
 Never select a forward gear while the
cluster will display a warning message.
vehicle is in rearward motion.
 Do not rev the engine or allow it to run
above normal idle speed, while select-
ing D or R or whilst the vehicle is sta-
In the event that transmission develops a tionary with any gear selected.
fault, a warning message will be displayed
on instrument cluster.
WARNING !
At that time, reduce the vehicle speed and Please drive cautiously to the nearest Do not allow the vehicle to remain
stop the vehicle safely with engine run- TATA MOTORS authorized service centre stationary for any length of time, with
ning and transmission in Park mode till or if unable to drive call Customer Support selector lever in Drive/Sport/Manual
the message goes off. for help. mode and engine running. Always se-
If the problem persists, please contact In some events of fault, only limited gears lect Park or Neutral if the engine is to
TATA MOTORS Authorised Service Centre. may become available for use and a warn- remain idle for a prolonged period.
ing message will be displayed in the in-
strument cluster.

Please visit TATA MOTORS Authorised


Service Centre for help.
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Braking After driving through water or washing the
underside of the vehicle, test the brakes WARNING !
The distance needed to bring the vehicle while driving at a slow speed to see if they
to a halt increases with the speed of the Do not shift to lower gear on a slip-
have maintained their normal effective- pery road surface in an attempt to in-
vehicle. Start applying brake anticipating ness. If the brakes are less effective than
the distance and slow down gradually. crease the engine's braking effect,
normal, dry them by repeatedly applying the drive wheels could lose their grip.
the brakes while driving slowly until the
WARNING There is an increased danger of skid-
! brakes have regained their normal effec-
ding and accidents.
Never use the brake pedal as a foot- tiveness.
rest. Braking on downhill gradients Switching OFF the engine
If you rest your foot on the brake pe- Turn the key to ‘ACC’ position to switch off
dal while driving, the braking system On long and steep gradients, you must re-
duce the load on the brakes by shifting the engine. Before switching off the en-
can overheat. This increases the gine, run the engine in idle condition for
stopping distance and can even early to a lower gear. This allows you to
take advantage of the engine braking ef- at least 30 seconds and then switch off.
cause the braking system to fail. This will allow the engine oil to lubricate
There is a risk of an accident. fect and helps avoid overheating and ex-
cessive wear of the brakes. the turbocharger, till its speed is fully re-
Never depress the brake pedal and duced and also allow the unit to cool
the accelerator pedal at the same down.
time. NOTE

If you have driven for a long time in heavy Use Hill Descent Control (if equipped) WARNING !
rain without braking, there may be a de- function for effective braking on
downhill gradients. A quick burst on the accelerator be-
layed reaction from the brakes when fore turning off the engine serves ab-
braking for the first time. This may also oc- solutely no practical purpose, it
cur after the vehicle has been washed. wastes fuel and is damaging espe-
If brakes are wet, brake performance may cially to turbocharged engine.
become poor and unpredictable.

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cluster will turn off when the lever is fully Vehicle parking
WARNING ! released.
 Park the vehicle in a safe place. Switch
When engine is running at high speed
on the indicator signal before turning
do not switch it off. This will lead to WARNING !
premature turbocharger bearing to park.
If the parking brake has not been fully  Apply the parking brake.
wear.
released when driving, the parking  Ensure that all window glasses are
Parking Brake brake can: closed and all lamps are turned off.
 Overheat and cause a fire  Remove the key from the ignition
 Lose its hold function. switch and lock the vehicle.
There is a risk of fire and an accident.  Block the wheel if parked on a slope.
Release the parking brake fully be-
fore driving off.
NOTE
When parking on a downhill gradient,
WARNING ! place the gear lever in ‘Reverse’ posi-
For Automatic Transmission, tion. While parking on uphill gradient,
Always keep the gear shift lever in place the gear lever in the ‘1st’ posi-
Park Mode and apply the parking tion.
brake properly before leaving the ve-
hicle. Use the Park mode along with NOTE
Mechanical parking brake acting only on Parking brake for holding the vehicle
the rear wheels is provided on the vehicle. on a gradient. Do not use parking brake for braking
To apply the parking brake, pull the lever unless unavoidable circumstances
up fully. The parking brakes tell-tale illu- like when service brake is not work-
NOTE
minates on the instrument cluster. To re- ing properly. The braking distance is
lease it, pull the lever up slightly press the Apply the parking brake properly be- considerably longer and the wheels
release button and push the lever down. fore leaving the vehicle and release it could lock. There is an increased dan-
Parking brakes tell-tale on the instrument before moving. ger of skidding and accidents.

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WARNING !
Always secure the vehicle correctly
against rolling away. Otherwise, the
vehicle or its drivetrain could be dam-
aged.

WARNING !
Never leave children unsupervised in
the parked vehicle. They could also
operate the vehicle's equipment.
There is a risk of an accident and in-
jury.

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DRIVER ASSIST
Electronic Stability Program (ESP) ESP and tyre sizes
(if equipped)
If you drive your vehicle with a non-
ESP monitors driving stability and trac- specified tyres or wheel sizes, the ESP
tion. system may not work properly. When
replacing tyres, always ensure to use
If ESP detects that the vehicle is deviat- only recommended tyre sizes.
ing from the direction desired by the
driver, one or more wheels are braked to
stabilize the vehicle. The engine output is WARNING !s
also modified to keep the vehicle on the In case of an ESP system failure !the
!
desired course within physical limits. ESP warning lamp will illuminate in in-
assists the driver when pulling away on strument cluster. In that case please f
wet or slippery roads. ESP can also stabi- pullover the vehicle to the side sof
lize the vehicle during braking. WARNING !s road and switch off the ignition and a
ESP is just a driving aid; it cannot restart. If the fault persists, your ESP
ESP Operation !! system may not be working properly,
f
enhance your vehicle’s stability in all !
During ESP intervention the following conditions and does not control your f take the vehicle carefully to the
actions may occur; vehicle’s entire braking system. It sis nearest TATA MOTORS authorised s
still your responsibility to drive and service centre for repair. !
 ESP indicator starts flashing. a
corner at reasonable speeds and
 A slight noise from ESP / ABS modu- f Traction Control System (TCS)f
leave a sufficient margin of safety.
lator may be heard, which is only the ! s
Always use precautionary measures Traction Control System helps limit wheel
effect of brake control and indicates a
for safe driving by slowing down on s slip in acceleration on slippery surfaces.
nothing unusual.
curved, snowy or icy roads. ! f
 Engine may not respond to accelera- Vehicle Dynamic Control (VDC)
tor in the usual way. f !
VDC is an electronic control function to
 Cruise control setting gets disabled. s improve vehicle driving behavior. The
a VDC system can help to prevent under
f
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and oversteer by reducing engine speed Electronic Brake Pre-fill (EBP)
and applying the brakes individually on
specific wheels. The Electronic Brake Prefill (EBP) func-
tion reduces the air gap of the brake pad
Roll over Mitigation (ROM) and the brake disc. The function is trig-
gered after a sudden release of the ac-
Sometimes when the driver tries to avoid
celerator pedal due to an unexpected
suddenly an obstacle or turns through a
emergency brake situation. By actively
corner with high speed, the driver may pre-filling the brake-system the brake
lose the control and the vehicle tends to
response time is reduced for an upcom-
rollover.
ing braking. This results in a shorter
The main feature of the Roll over Mitiga- stopping distance.
tion function is the detection of a rollover
critical situation and to prevent the vehi- Engine Drag Torque Control (EDTC) HDC provides a smooth and controlled
cle rollover. This is done by active brake While driving if the driver releases the hill descent by enabling the vehicle to
interventions on selected wheels, there- accelerator abruptly or shifts down a control the speed of each wheel. The
by reducing the forces that cause a roll- system will automatically apply the
gear quickly, the braking effect of the
over situation. brakes to slow down to the desired vehi-
engine may cause the wheels to skid.
The Engine Drag Torque Control (EDC) cle speed. Cruise control +/-buttons can
Cornering Stability Control (CSC) adjust the speed to a comfortable level.
prevents the wheels from locking under
‘Corner stability Control’ supports/ stabi- HDC will be automatically disabled once
the influence of engine braking to main-
lizes vehicle during partial braking on the descent is complete and vehicle is on
tain directional stability and enhance
levelled road. HDC would not be activat-
curves by reducing pressure at required safety. ed if the vehicle speed is above 35 kmph
inner wheel of the vehicle.
Hill Descent Control (HDC) while driving with HDC activated, If the
This helps to reduce probability of vehi- (if equipped) speed goes above 40 kmph, HDC goes
cle over steering during cornering. into monitoring mode and will get deac-
While driving down on a hill tivated automatically, once the speed
slope, activate the HDC feature by press- crosses 60 kmph.
ing the switch provided on the fascia.
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The braking pressure built-up by the Torque - On - Demand (TOD) Trans-
WARNING ! driver during the stop procedure is main- fer case (if equipped)
HDC cannot take account of road, tained in the braking system by the HHC
Torque-On-Demand is used for distrib-
weather, traffic and tyre conditions. function. Braking pressure is released
You are always responsible for keep- uting torque between the front and rear
after few seconds. During the pressure
ing control of the vehicle and for as- axles. According to the driving conditions
hold period, the driver has enough time
sessing whether the downhill gradi- this system automatically and smoothly
to press the accelerator pedal to drive
ent can be managed. delivers two wheel/four-wheel drive op-
off.
erations. In 4 x 4/Auto mode, whenever
Hill Hold Control (HHC) (if equipped) The braking pressure is reduced as soon any slippage is detected in the rear
as the system detects the driver’s inten- wheels (on icy roads, wet surfaces, etc.)
sion to drive off. the torque is transferred to the front
wheels by the TOD system.
WARNING ! Using TOD system
After a short time, hill hold control
TOD System provides two operating posi-
will no longer brake your vehicle and
it could roll away. tions i.e. 4 x 2 Mode and 4 x 4/Auto
mode.
There is a risk of an accident and
injury. Therefore, quickly move your To activate 4 x 2 mode, press
foot from the brake pedal to the ac- the 4 x 2 switch provided on
celerator pedal. fascia, the LED on the switch turns ON.
In this mode, the engine power is sup-
Hill Hold Control allows easy starting up plied to the rear wheels only.
the hill without the risk of unwanted roll-
ing backwards. It is activated automati- To activate 4 x 4/Auto mode, press 4 x 2
cally when driving off up-hill on an in- switch again, the LED on the switch turns
clined surface after the driver has re- OFF. In this mode, the engine power is
leased the brake pedal.
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supplied to both front and rear wheels, Cruise Control (if equipped) which do not allow you to main-
based on the driving conditions. tain a constant speed e.g. in
Cruise control is meant to reduce driver heavy traffic or on winding roads
fatigue, especially when travelling long  on slippery road surfaces. Braking
WARNING ! distances. The cruise control system or accelerating could cause the
While changing over from 4 x 2 to allows you to program your vehicle to drive wheels to lose traction and
4 x 4/AUTO mode or vice-versa, maintain a constant/desired speed with- the vehicle could then skid
make sure the vehicle speed is be- out operating the accelerator pedal.  when there is poor visibility, e.g.
low 80 kmph. due to fog, heavy rain or snow
Use cruise control only if road and traffic
conditions make it appropriate to main- If there is a change of drivers, advice
NOTE tain a steady speed for a prolonged peri- the new driver of the speed stored.
od.
When TOD is in 4 x 4/Auto mode & Activate Cruise Control only in fol-
Ignition switch is in ON position, you lowing gears and speeds
will hear a slight noise from the axle NOTE
connect mechanism. Similarly you If you fail to adapt suitable driving Gear Allowable Speed Range
will hear same noise while changing skill for cruise control, it can neither (km/h)
over from 4 x 2 to 4 x 4/Auto mode reduce the risk of an accident nor
and vice-versa, which is normal. 1st No cruise control
override the laws of physics. Cruise
control cannot take into account the 2nd No cruise control
Activation/Deactivation of TOD in
road, traffic and weather conditions. 3rd 32-110
Drive modes
Cruise control is only an aid. You are
responsible for the distance to the 4th 38-150
Drive Mode TOD (4x4)
vehicle in front, for vehicle speed, for 5th 45-160
Auto ON braking in good time and for staying
Comfort OFF in your lane.
Dynamic OFF Do not use cruise control:
 in road and traffic conditions
Rough Road ON
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Cruise Control Switch on Steering speed. The cruise control indicator on
instrument cluster will turn ‘ON’. NOTE
Wheel
 Remove your foot from the accelera- Cruise control will not be deactivated
tor pedal. if you depress the accelerator pedal.
For example, if you accelerate briefly
Once Cruise control is activated the vehi-
to overtake, cruise control adjusts
cle automatically maintains the stored
the vehicle's speed to the last speed
speed.
stored after you have finished over-
Changing the set cruise speed taking.
The set cruise speed can be adjusted Deactivating cruise control
(i.e. increased or decreased) using ‘+’ (to
increase) or ‘-’ (to decrease) switches on There are several ways to deactivate
steering wheel. The speed increases and cruise control:
decreases by an interval of 2 kmph on a  Applying brake
1. Cruise control master switch. single press. The changed speed will be  Press deactivation switch on Steering
2. Cruise control deactivating switch. shown on the speedometer. Keeping the Wheel
3. Cruise setting/Speed decreasing switch pressed increases or decreases  Activation of ESP/ TCS system.
switch. the speed continuously till the switch is
4. Cruise resetting/Speed increasing released. The set speed can also be in- Resuming the set cruise speed
switch. creased by pressing the accelerator pe- Cruise speed can be resumed only if
dal till the desired speed is achieved and cruise control is deactivated by depress-
Setting cruise speed
then pressing the ‘SET’ button. The set ing Brake Pedal. To resume the previous-
 Press the cruise control master speed can also be decreased by pressing ly set cruise speed, accelerate the vehi-
switch on steering wheel. the brake pedal (The cruise indicator will cle to a speed above approx. 32 kmph
 Accelerate the vehicle to the desired turn OFF) and slowing down to desired and press reset (‘RES’) switch.
speed. speed and then pressing the ‘SET’ button
 Press the ‘SET’ button on steering (The cruise control indicator will turn ‘ON’
wheel switch to set the desired cruise again).
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Auto front wipe (if equipped)
WARNING !
The rain sensor automatically operates
While travelling on a slope (e.g. hill),
your vehicle’s wipers when it detects
Cruise Control may not be able to
maintain the SET speed and may be raindrops falling on the windscreen. The
deactivated. Cruise Control can be Auto front wipe gets enabled only when
reactivated using ‘SET / RES’ switch you keep the left wiper stalk in ‘AUTO’
provided on steering wheel. In such position and ignition is ‘ON’.
cases use accelerator for increasing
speed (when going up) and brakes to
decrease (when going down). If
brakes are used Cruise Control will
be turned off. These will vary the amount of rain that
Rain & Light Sensor (if equipped) must be detected by the rain light sensor
before the auto wipe system turns ‘ON’.
The speed of wiping will be varied de-
pending on the intensity / frequency of
rain falling.

NOTE
The wiper stalk will also provide five rain
sensitivity/frequency settings to allow In case of loss of signal from the
you to select the sensitivity of the auto Rain and Light sensor, the wipers
wipe system, will sweep in different interval mode
as per the sensitivity you select or,
The wipe sensitivity can be altered with till a valid signal is received from the
the help of intermittent wipe rotary Rain and Light sensor.
switch. P5 is the lowest wiper speed and
P1 the highest wiper speed mode.
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Automatic Headlamp mode
NOTE
(if equipped)
In case of loss of signal from the
Rain and Light sensor, the low beam
and parking lights will turn ‘ON’ au-
tomatically. Also user can operate
manual high beam through combi
switch.

WARNING !
The automatic headlamp feature is
only an aid. The driver is responsible
for the vehicle's lighting at all times.
Automatic Headlamp mode is activated if
Master Light switch is in auto mode.
The light sensor automatically switches
‘ON’ or ‘OFF’ the head lamps whenever it
senses the surrounding light intensity.
(e.g. when the vehicle enters a tunnel or
when it is twilight).

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Reverse Park Assist with Camera Deactivation
(if equipped)
WARNING !s
System will deactivate, if reverse gear is
Make sure that you always reverse
! disengaged, or park assist button is
Rear View Camera is a visual reverse
the vehicle slowly. pressed
guiding system, which will guide you f
while you are reversing. Never reverse while looking only sat Color Guidelines
the display screen. You should al-
The rear view camera is only an aid. It is ways check behind and around the a Guidelines will help you to rightly find the
not a replacement for your attention to f
vehicle surroundings while reversing. sufficient parking place, helps you to
your immediate surroundings. You are Always make sure your intended keep the vehicle straight, rear object
always responsible for safe maneuvering
!
path is clear. If you reverse while proximity indication etc.,
and parking. When maneuvering or park- looking only at the display screen,
ing, make sure that there are no per- Guidelines lengths and widths are just
you may hit a vehicle, pedestrian, greater than the vehicle length and width
sons, animals or objects in the area in bicyclist, child, pet or other object
which you are maneuvering. respectively. So with the guidelines, you
resulting in injury or death. can park the vehicle by checking the
Activation sufficiency of the parking place.

You can activate rear view camera by:


 Reverse gear
Park assist feature will automatically
start functioning once you engage the
reverse gear.

 Infotainment system touch screen


Go to ‘Set Up -> Vehicle Setup -> Park
Assist -> Enable Park Assist ‘.

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Understanding Guidelines Indication Cyan line
WARNING !s
While reverse parking, Cyan line helps
you to identify the sufficient parking The area displayed by the rear view !
place and to align the vehicle straight. camera is limited. The camera does
Cyan line is a static line. not display objects that are closefto
or below the bumper, underneath s
Green Line the vehicle, or objects out of the a
Indicates, if rear object is in this colored camera’s field of view. The area dis-
played on the screen may vary ac-
f
zone, you have to be cautious. Still you !
can go backward safely. cording to vehicle orientation or road
conditions.
Once the rear view camera is activated, Yellow Line
you can see, colored guide lines on the Using camera
screen as shown in the images. Indicates, if rear objects are in this col-
ored zone, you have to take utmost care. 1. As the camera is water proof con-
However, objects fall in this zone, may struction, do not detach, disassemble
not hit vehicle. or modify in any manner from the ac-
tual position. This will show in correct
Red Line visual information in display.
Indicates, if rear objects are in this col- 2. Don’t use camera when tailgate is
ored zone, you have to stop the vehicle. open. If back door is open, visual in-
And not allowed to go backward. If you formation may not be the actual rear
still go backward, your vehicle will hit the view of the vehicle.
object.
3. When the camera is operated under
fluorescent lights, sodium light or
mercury light etc., illuminated areas
on the lens may appear to flicker in
the display.

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4. Do not attach any advertisement or 6. Do not apply heavy force on lens,
 The camera used in the vehicle,
styling or any kind of stickers on top while cleaning.
may not reproduce the same col-
of camera. If this happens, camera
7. Do not remove mud, snow on the or of the real object.
cannot provide you the visual image.
camera lens using stick or hard ma-
5. Do not add any accessory, which will terial. Use normal water and soft  The rear view camera does not
obstruct camera field of view. cloth. display objects that are close to
or below the bumper, underneath
Cleaning camera the vehicle, or objects out of the
WARNING !s camera’s field of view. The area
1. Due to environmental reasons, dust,
 The camera uses fish eye lens. displayed on the screen may vary
mud or fog may accumulate on the !
So the size of the objects or dis- according to vehicle orientation
camera lens. So regularly clean the f
tance from the objects that ap- or road conditions.
camera lens.
pear in the display may differs
2. Use water to clean the camera lens.  In case of damage of the rear
from the actual size and distanc-
a portion of the vehicle, camera
Do not use extreme cold or hot water. es.
Rapid changes in temperature may f position may change. Which
brittle the camera lens.  In low light conditions, the screen
! causes wrong visual information
may darken or image may appear on display. In case of damage,
3. Wipe the camera lens with soft cloth. faint. make sure that, camera is fitted
properly at the intended location.
4. Do not use hard cloth or material to  If the tire sizes are changed, the
wipe the camera lens. This will cause position of the fixed guidelines  In case of uneven road conditions
scratches on the camera, and leads displayed on the screen may or up-hill or down-hill conditions,
to deteriorated visual image on the change. do not depend on rear view cam-
display. era park aid.
 During rainy conditions, image
5. Do not apply organic solvent, car wax,  Do not apply any kind of force on
may get obscured. In such condi-
window cleaner or glass coat to clean tions, do not depend on camera the camera.
the camera. If this is applied, wipe it view.
off as soon as possible.

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Ultrasonic Reverse Park Assist Distance Visual Audible 2. Reverse Park Assist
(if equipped) range from Info. Info. Switch
Bumper
Ultrasonic Reverse Park Assist system By pressing the ‘Reverse Park Assist
(in cm)
will assist you to park your vehicle safely Switch’ on the fascia, the feature gets
when in reverse gear mode. It provides 0-50 Red Zone Continuous activated. Once activated yellow LED will
audio and visual information through the beep glow until the feature is deactivated.
vehicles infotainment system. LED Indications
51-100 Yellow Fast beep
Zone a) On start of ignition, if the LED turns
‘ON’ for a second, then Reverse Park
101-150 Green Slow beep
Zone Assist system is healthy.
b) On start of ignition, if the LED turns
‘ON’ and ‘OFF’ 10 times, then Reverse
WARNING !s Park Assist system is unhealthy. Contact
a TATA MOTORS authorised service cen-
0-25 cm obstacle detection perfor-
! tre to resolve the problem.
mance is not guaranteed due to ul-
There are 4 ultrasonic sensors placed on f
trasonic sensor technology limita- 3. Infotainment music system touch
the rear bumper of the vehicle. Once the s
tion. display
system is activated, the sensors will de-
tect the proximity of an obstacle approx- Operation:
a Go to ‘Set Up -> Vehicle Setup -> Park
imately 0 cm to 150 cm from the bumper, f Assist -> Enable Park Assist’.
and this information would be displayed Activation- There are 3 ways to activate
the reverse park assist.
!
on the vehicles infotainment system.
1. Reverse gear
Park assist feature will automatically
start functioning once you engage re-
verse gear.

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Deactivation: Limitations
Following table indicates the deactivation methods of Reverse Park Assist System. Reverse Park Assist system is not a colli-
sion avoiding system. It is solely the driv-
er’s responsibility to park the vehicle safe-
You can deactivate by
ly.
Reverse Park Assist feature works on ultra
Music System sound echo technology, due to which per-
Reverse Park Assist user interface X formance is not guaranteed in following
Gear Button button scenarios:

✓ ✓ ✓  If the object has a sharp edge surface,


If you activated by

Reverse Gear
where surface may divert echoes from
sensor reception.
Park Assist Button
✖ ✓ ✓  If object is mesh fence made up of thin
wires, where echoes can’t be given by
the surface.
Music System user ✖ ✓ ✓  Fast moving objects passes in the sen-
interface
sor field of detection, where echoes are
not processed by the system.
 If object is made/covered by foam or
NOTE sponge or snow where ultrasonic
 Turning the ignition ‘OFF’ while the Park assist feature is running would dis- sound signals are absorbed.
able the feature.  Sensors covered by mud or external
 If reverse gear is already engaged before Ignition ‘ON’ Park Assist will start material, by which ultrasonic signals
automatically after Ignition ‘ON’. are either not transmitted or received
properly.

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There might be blind spot in Park Assist
Preventive maintenance
field of detection close to the rear bump-
er, where the object has been detected 1. Regularly clean sensors located on
once in any of the zones, may go out of the bumper. Use smooth cloth or ma-
the sensor’s field of detection later. In terial which can’t make any scratch
these cases, smaller objects like flower on the sensor. Don’t apply heavy
pots, kerb stones, pets or children may force while cleaning.
not be detected in Yellow or Red warning 2. Do not flush water on sensors with
zones. It’s solely driver’s responsibility to heavy pressure. This will damage
park the vehicle safely. It is highly rec- sensor.
ommended to verify through rear/side 3. Do not apply styling stickers or any
mirrors of the surroundings before do the material which will stick on the sen-
reverse parking. sors. This will degrade park assist
performance.
WARNING !s 4. Do not fit any objects like foot rest or
number plate which will cover the
Due to any reason, If sensors come ! sensor and obstruct its field of detec-
out side of bumper or lost its intend-
f tion.
ed fitment position, please contact
TATA MOTORS authorised service s
centre for rectification. a
f
!

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Audio Settings sist warning tone sounds louder than immediately for repeated engage-
media tone when park assist is active. ments/disengagements of reverse gear.
Park Assist Tone You can configure this delay time period
by the following sequence of operations,

Volume Setting
Go to ‘Set Up -> Vehicle Setup -> Park
Assist -> Park Assist Volume ->Park As- You can select 3 different types of Park
sist Volume’. Assist tones. To change any tone, you ‘Set Up -> Vehicle Setup -> Park Assist ->
Increase or decrease volume by tapping have to follow this sequence of opera- Park Assist Delay Timer’.
⊖ or ⊕ symbols on the infotainment tions,
Fault Indications
music system touch screen. ‘Set Up -> Vehicle Setup -> Park Assist -> In case of park assist fault or malfunc-
Mix With Audio Park Assist Volume ->Park Assist Volume tion, following screens may appear on
By default, Park Assist volume is mixed -> Park Assist Tone’. the infotainment music system.
with infotainment system audio. ‘Mix Park Assist Delay Timer Critical Fault
with Audio’ option allows you to enjoy
music even when park assist is active. If Park Assist system is deactivated by Reasons for this fault might be
With this option, Park Assist warning ‘Reverse Gear’, it will take certain con-
figurable time period to go to previous  Park Assist Controller failure
tone and media tone are smartly mixed
infotainment screen. This is to ensure  Sensor malfunction
together in such a manner that park as-
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Reasons for this fault might be:


WARNING !s
 Trailer Connected to the vehicle.
If you see above screen on Infotain-
!  Vehicle speed is too high where Park
ment music system display, please
f Assist system can’t function
contact TATA MOTORS authorised
s  If the system is affected by any sur-
service centre for rectification.
rounding ultrasonic noise.
a
Warnings f WARNING !s
!
If you see above screens, park assist
!
is malfunctioning due to external
f
conditions. Please rectify as speci-
fied on the screen. s
a
f
!

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DRIVE MODES
Drive Modes (if equipped) Comfort – color and 4x2 indicates the vehicle is in
two-wheel drive mode.
Drive Modes is an innovative feature Rotate the selector
through which user can choose the vehi- knob to Comfort mode. Rough Road - Rotate
cle dynamics as per driving requirements This mode is recom- the selector knob to
for comfort and safe drive. mended for city or slow Rough road mode. It op-
moving traffic condi- timizes vehicle behavior
Auto, Comfort, Dynamic and Rough Road tions as it minimizes for driving over rough
mode are provided depending on the ve- sudden accelerations and helps have bet- road to avoid wheel
hicle requirements. ter drive control. This also helps to en- locking during limited
hance fuel economy. Comfort mode can surface contact due to
NOTE also be used on highways for a relaxed frequent wheel up and down travels. This
The Drive mode is only applicable for driving. This display shows vehicle is in display shows vehicle is in Rough Road
Manual Transmission. Comfort drive mode and theme shall be in drive mode and theme shall be in Yellow
Cyan in color and 4x2 indicates the vehi- in color and 4x4 indicates the vehicle is in
Auto cle is in two-wheel drive four-wheel drive mode.
mode.
It is the default mode.
Vehicle will always be in Dynamic - (if equipped)
NOTE
Auto mode whenever ig- - Rotate the selector  The TOD mode shall be displayed
nition is switched ‘ON’. knob to Dynamic mode. only in XT (4X4) variant.
Auto Mode is most suit- This mode is more suita-  If no change in the mode, only Auto
able for highway drive ble for aggressive and mode is observed, take your vehicle
when high performance sporty driving style. En- to authorized TATA service center.
is desired. This display shows vehicle is in hanced stability control and full power will
Auto drive mode and theme shall be in offer to perform extreme maneuvers
White in color and 4x4 indicates the vehi- safely.
cle is in four-wheel drive mode.
This display shows vehicle is in Dynamic
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Control Switch Drive Mode Functionality
A Driver control switch is provided on Welcome Strategy
dashboard fascia for activation.
The Welcome strategy shall come for 3
sec. when the Key is inserted and in IGN
ON position, All Drive mode LED’s shall
light up with white colour followed by Am-
ber for 3 sec. After 3 sec. the AUTO mode
shall be selected as a default Drive mode
in every ignition cycle.

NOTE
Select the Drive mode approximately
after 6 sec from the IGN is turned ON
as an initialization.
There are two types of switches available Drive Mode Selection
based on the vehicle features and variant.
The default mode in every Ignition ON
3 Mode - Auto, Comfort, Rough Road (Ve- shall be AUTO mode, User can select the
hicle fitted with ABS) Drive mode by rotating the Drive mode
4 Mode - Auto, Comfort, Dynamic and switch in clockwise or anticlockwise.
Rough Road (Vehicle fitted with ESP)
NOTE
User has to hold the Drive mode
switch in desired mode more than 1
sec for proper system behavior on the
user selected mode.

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1) AUTO to COMFORT mode
WARNING !
When the User is selecting the Drive mode from AUTO to COM-
FORT, the mode change progress shall be displayed by blinking If any failure in the system, all four / three mode shall be
TOD mode 4X2 in the Instrument cluster and the Drive mode” illuminated on the Drive control switch and only the AUTO
COMFORT “shall be POP UP for 3 sec. in the center of the dis- mode is available to user, take your vehicle to TATA author-
play, after 3 sec. the current gear number shall be displayed in ized service station to get it repaired.
the center of the display and Drive mode shall be displayed in
the right bottom of the display. 2) AUTO to ROUGH ROAD mode
Pop Up for 3 sec After 3 sec When the User is selecting the Drive mode from AUTO to ROUGH
ROAD mode, the mode change progress shall be completed ap-
proximately 1 sec and the Drive mode” ROUGH ROAD “shall be
POP UP for 3 sec. in the center of the display, after 3 sec. the
current gear no shall be displayed in the center of the display
and Drive mode shall be displayed in the right bottom of the dis-
play.
Pop Up for 3 sec After 3 sec

NOTE
When TOD mode (4X4 or 4X2) is blinking on the Instrument
Cluster display, the user is not allowed to change the Drive
mode. The blinking indicates that the already user selected
mode transition in progress.

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3) COMFORT to DYNAMIC mode sec, after 3sec the current gear no shall any change in the Drive mode, the exist-
be displayed in the center of the display ing user selected drive mode shall be con-
When the User is selecting the Drive
and Drive mode shall be displayed in the tinued.
mode from COMFORT to DYNAMIC mode,
right bottom of the display.
the mode change progress shall be com-
pleted approximately 1 sec and the Drive NOTE
mode “DYNAMIC “shall be POP UP for 3 Wait for earlier mode transition to
sec. in the center of the display, after 3 complete to change the drive mode.
sec the current gear no shall be displayed
in the center of the display and Drive Drive Control System Fault
mode shall be displayed in the right bot- When there is a failure in
tom of the display. the system all three/four
mode symbols on switch
NOTE shall be illuminated and
The user selected mode shall be illu- the following message
minated in AMBER color “Drive Control System
Fault “shall be displayed
in the Instrument cluster
for 3 seconds.
Drive Control Shift Denied
When drive mode NOTE
Vehicle applicability: XT (without TOD) changes in progress and
During the failure in the system all
again the user has
When the user is selecting the Drive mode the Drive modes shall be illuminated
changed the Drive mode,
from AUTO to COMFORT the selected in AMBER color only AUTO mode is
the following message”
Drive mode shall be POP UP in the Instru- available and no selection is possi-
Drive Control Shift De-
ment cluster and the Drive mode shall be ble or allowed during this situation.
nied” shall be displayed
POP UP for max 3 seconds in the center Take your vehicle to TATA authorized
in the Instrument cluster
of the display within approximately after 1 service station to get it repaired.
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Drive Control System Display
When you selecting the drive mode the requested drive mode also gets highlighted in the infotainment screen. If you have selected
AUTO drive mode through the switch the AUTO drive mode icon would be highlighted on the screen.
AUTO Drive Mode Selected COMFORT Drive Mode Selected

DYNAMIC Drive Mode Selected ROUGH ROAD Drive Mode Selected

This can be viewed from SettingsDrive Modesoption on the infotainment display.

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On selecting the drive mode icon on the screen, the help text for the selected mode would be shown as below.

AUTO Drive Mode help text COMFORT Drive Mode help Text

DYNAMIC Drive Mode help Text ROUGH ROAD Drive Mode help Text

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Mood Lighting Display
When you are selecting a drive mode, the driving mode is reflected into the interior lighting as mood lighting. All the interior lighting
is predefined for the selected drive mode provided you have selected ‘Auto Mode’ in Mood lighting’.
Refer “Ambient Mood Lights” for more details.

The Mood Lighting colors for the drive modes are as follows:

Vehicle Drive
Color in display
Mode Selected
Auto White
Comfort Cyan
Dynamic Red
Rough Road Yellow

NOTE
Interior mood lights would change according to the drive mode selected only if the Mood light settings is set to ‘Auto’.

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AMBIENT MOOD LIGHTS
Mood Lighting Mood Light Screen Blue, Cyan, Bluish Green and Fluo-
rescent Green).

NOTE
Area and color zone selections are
possible in this mode only.
OFF - Mood lights can be turned OFF.
AUTO - Mood light color changes as
per the drive mode selected from
Using the Mood lighting feature you can drive mode switch. Refer ‘Drive
change the color and intensity of your Mode’ for more details. Color as per
vehicle interior lightening to create or selected drive mode will not be dis-
establish a special light effect. This am- Mood Lighting Screen played on Infotainment screen.
bient interior lighting also improves the
1. Intensity selection bar
visibility within the vehicle in low lights.
Increase or decrease the intensity of
light color.
NOTE 2. All
Mood light settings can be viewed Select all vehicle interior areas in one
and modified only when the parking go.
lamp of the vehicle are switched ON. 3. Modes
Select Modes ON/OFF/AUTO
ON - Mood lights can be made active
with chosen color and intensity (by
selecting the desired color out of
mentioned colors from mood lighting
screen- White, Orange, Red, Purple,
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4. Area Selection Activation of Mood Lighting
Select front or rear area mood lamps
Mood Lights can be activated from info-
as per choice.
tainment system by following ways:
5. Color selection Option:1
Color palette of 8 colors (White, Or-
ange, Red, Purple, Blue, Cyan, Bluish Go to ‘Home -> Setup->Vehicle -> Mood
Green and Fluorescent Green), can Lighting
be set.
 In IGN “ON” position, Home screen
will be displayed on Infotainment.
NOTE
Mood Lights turn on in WHITE color
(default) whenever roof lamp is  Scroll and select “Mood Lighting”
made active by removing the ignition option.
key from key barrel and opening any
door.
For information on mood lighting
features and settings refer infotain-
ment manual.

 Press the button. The system


displays the “Setup” menu screen
with options.
 Select and activate the “Vehicle”
option.
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 If the parking lamp is in “OFF” posi-  Scroll horizontally and select the
tion following message will be dis- Mood Lighting option.
played on the screen. Switch “ON”
the parking lamp to activate Mood
lighting.

Option:2
Go to Home screen -> Mood Lighting
 In IGN “ON” position, Home screen
will be displayed on Infotainment.  If the parking lamp is in “OFF” posi-
tion following message will be dis-
played on the screen. Switch “ON”
 The system displays the mood Light- the parking lamp to activate Mood
ing screen when parking lamp is ON. lighting.

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 The system displays the mood Light- Selecting Area


ing screen when parking lamp is ON.
 Mood lights when operated in ‘ON’
Selecting Color mode can be made ON/OFF as per
Front zone/rear zone as per choice.
 In the Mood Lightening screen, press
 When ‘All’ mode is selected, both
the “ON” mode to activate all color
front and rear zone will be ON.
palette.
 Touch and select the desired color.
NOTE
 Increase/decrease the intensity, if
required. If the selected color must be set to
all areas, click the ALL button.

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Switching Off Mood Lighting Ambient Mood Lights (Entry/Exit)
In the mood lighting screen, select the Mood Lights turn on in default WHITE
OFF button. All mood lightning related color whenever roof lamp made active by
options in the screen are disabled. removing the ignition key from key barrel
and opening any door.
However, with Ignition Key Out both front
and rear zone Mood Lights turn on but in
case of door open only respective zone
LEDs turn ON.
Once the opened door is closed, the
Mood lights dims off after approximately
25 sec.
If door is left open, Mood lights will turn
OFF after set battery saver time.

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BREAKDOWN ASSISTANCE
EMERGENCY AND BREAKDOWN ASSISTANCE
Emergency Equipments Advance warning triangle The reflecting side of the triangle should
face the oncoming traffic and it should be
You should be familiar with the location of free from any obstacles.
the emergency equipments provided in
the vehicle and how to use it. Remove the advance warning triangle
carefully from the bag and assemble. Re-
Check these equipments periodically and fer instructions given on the bag.
ensure that they are in proper working
condition and stowed at their locations.
First aid kit
The first aid kit is kept inside the glove
box.
The kit contains items that can be used in
case of minor injuries only. Advance warning triangle is kept below
the 3rd row seat.
NOTE Use advance warning triangle to warn the
Check contents of the first aid kit pe- approaching traffic in case of vehicle
riodically and replenish consumed or break-down or during emergency, where
expired items. your vehicle could become a potential
traffic hazard.
NOTE
After using the warning triangle tie it
Press hazard warning switch, all turn sig- firmly and keep it inside the bag to
nal lamps will start blinking. avoid rattling noise.
Keep the warning triangle at an approxi-
mate distance of 50-150m behind your
vehicle in the same lane of traffic.

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Tool kit Hazard warning switch
Open the tail gate and lift the lid of the
storage box to access the tool kit.

Press the hazard warning switch to acti-


vate the hazard warning. All turn signal
Tools are provided with your vehicle: lamps and their tell tales will start flashing
1. Jack simultaneously. To turn it off, press the
2. Jack handle switch again.
3. Wheel spanner Use the hazard warning to warn the traffic
4. Tow hook during emergency parking or when your
5. Reversible screw driver vehicle could otherwise become a traffic
6. Extension rod for spare wheel removal hazard.

NOTE The hazard warning lamps can operate


even if the ignition is switched off.
The tool kit items should be properly
stored/secured when not in use.

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Inertia switch
WARNING !
Inertia switch which will trigger if the vehi-
After resetting the switch and before
cle is brought to an abrupt halt, mostly
resuming driving, check for any dam-
during a collision. Normal driving or sud-
age to the body or check if any part is
den braking will not trigger the inertia hanging loose. Also, after turning ON
switch. the ignition, ensure that no faults are
When the Inertia switch is triggered: displayed on the instrument cluster.

 All doors will be unlocked.


 All turn indicators will flash.
 All roof lamps will be turned on.
 Fuel supply will be cut off.  Access the Inertia switch through cut-
out (opening) and press it.
To undo the above affects you have to re-
set the Inertia switch.
Inertia switch is located below glow box
on left side of front passenger foot well. It
can be accessed through cut out provided
on trim.
To Reset the Inertia switch:
 Open the front passenger side door
and reach out in the area as indicated.

Inertia switch location

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In Case of Flat Tyre
WARNING !
 Reduce vehicle speed gradually, with- If you drive with a flat tyre, there is a
out making any sudden steering or risk of the following hazards:
braking maneuvers. Pay attention to
the traffic conditions as you do so.  A flat tyre affects the ability to steer or
brake the vehicle.
 Switch on the hazard warning lamps.
 Stop the vehicle on solid, non-slippery  You could lose control of the vehicle.
and level ground, as far away as pos- Continued driving with a flat tyre will
sible from traffic. permanently damage the tyre and
 If possible, bring the front wheels into cause excessive heat buildup and
the straight-ahead position. possibly a fire. There is a risk of an ac-
 Secure vehicle against rolling away. cident.  Remove the window cover provided on
 Set the parking brake firmly and shift Spare wheel removal the rear bumper to access the spare
into “R” (Reverse) gear (Manual Trans- wheel bracket.
mission) if vehicle is on level ground.
 For automatic transmission, set the
parking brake firmly and shift to “P”
(Park) mode.
 Switch off the engine.
 Evacuate the occupants from vehicle
and locate them at safe place away
from traffic.
 Keep advance warning triangle at a
suitable distance (50-150m) behind
the vehicle to indicate breakdown.
 Close all the doors.  Open the tail gate and storage box lid,
remove the anti-theft rubber lock.
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 Insert the spare wheel handle with ex- Changing flat tyre
tension through the window.
 Loosen the nuts (as indicated) on the
wheel in cross-wise sequence. Do not
unscrew the bolts completely before
jacking the vehicle.

 Remove the holding bracket from the


spare wheel and get the spare wheel
separated.
 Rotate the handle counter-clockwise
to lower the spare wheel till it rests on
the ground.
 Open the strap and unscrew the wing
nuts to take out jack from the tool kit.
 Make sure that the jack is placed pre-
cisely beneath the jacking point. Posi-
tion the jack vertically and raise it by
turning the jack handle clockwise until
the jack sits completely on jacking
point and the base of the jack lies
evenly on the ground.

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 The jacking points are indicated on ground. Do not raise the vehicle more each nut by hand until the wheel is se-
the vehicle (Refer jacking point loca- than necessary. curely seated on the hub.
tions).  Lower the jack completely, tighten the
wheel nuts one by one in cross-wise
sequence using wheel spanner.

WARNING !
If you tighten the wheel nuts when the
vehicle is raised, the jack could tip
over. There is a risk of injury.
Only tighten the wheel nuts when the
vehicle is on the ground.

 Remove wheel-mounting nuts and WARNING !


Jacking point locations take out the flat tyre. The wheels could work loose if the
wheel nuts are not tightened to the
WARNING ! NOTE specified tightening torque. There is a
If you do not position the jack cor- Do not place wheel nuts in sand or on risk of accident.
rectly at the appropriate jacking point a dirty surface. Do not apply oil or Have the tightening torque immedi-
of the vehicle, the jack could tip over grease on it. ately checked at an authorized work-
with the vehicle raised. There is a risk shop after a wheel is changed.
of injury.  Roll the spare wheel into position and
align the holes in the wheel studs.  Restore all the tools and jack at their
 Continue to raise the jack slowly and  Install wheel nuts with their cone respective location.
smoothly until the tyre clears the shaped end facing the wheel. Tighten  Place the flat tyre at spare wheel loca-
tion.

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Jump Lead Starting
NOTE Never place your hands and feet or lie
under the raised vehicle when it is Use only a battery of same rating & capac-
Check and correct the tyre pressure supported by the jack.
and wheel nuts tightness of the ity to jump start your vehicle. Position the
changed wheel at nearest authorised Never run the engine when the vehi- booster battery close to your vehicle so
service station. cle is supported by the jack and never that the jump leads will reach both batter-
Get the flat tyre repaired at the earli- allow passengers to remain in the ve- ies.
est. hicle. When using a battery of another vehicle,
Never open or close a door or the do not let the vehicles touch.
trunk lid when the vehicle is raised.
NOTE Apply the parking brake firmly and keep
the gearshift lever in neutral.
The jack is designed only to raise and
hold the vehicle for a short time while NOTE Turn off all vehicle accessories, except
a wheel is being changed. It is not The jack should be used only to those necessary for safety like hazard
suitable for performing maintenance change wheels. It is important to read warning lamps.
work under the vehicle. the jacking instructions in this sec-
Use the jack on level, hard ground. tion before attempting to use the
Avoid changing the wheel on uphill jack.
and downhill slopes.
Before raising the vehicle, secure it
from rolling away by applying the
parking brake.
Do not use wooden blocks or similar
objects as a jack underlay.

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Make jump lead connections as follows: battery. There is a risk of an explo-
NOTE sion. Particularly avoid fire, open
 Connect one end of the first jump lead flames, creating sparks and smoking.
Do not disconnect the discharged bat-
to the positive (+) terminal of the dis- tery from the vehicle. Ensure there is sufficient ventilation
charged battery. while charging and jump-starting. Do
 Connect the other end to the positive not lean over the battery.
(+) terminal of the booster battery. WARNING !
 Connect one end of the second jump Make sure that the positive terminal
lead to the negative (–) terminal of the Never connect the jump lead directly of a connected battery does not come
booster battery. to the negative (–) terminal of the dis- into contact with vehicle parts. Never
charged battery. This may lead to an place metal objects or tools on a bat-
 Make the final connection (other end
explosion. tery.
of the negative terminal) to an un-
painted, heavy metal part (i.e. engine It is important that you observe the
mounting stud/nut) of the vehicle of described order of the battery termi-
WARNING !
discharged battery. nals when connecting and discon-
 Start the engine of the vehicle with the Do not allow battery electrolyte to necting a battery. If you are in doubt,
discharged battery. come in contact with eyes, skin, fab- seek assistance from qualified spe-
 Before disconnecting the jumper ca- rics or painted surfaces. The fluid cialist workshop.
bles, let the engine run for several contains acid which can cause injury
and severe damage. Wear protective Never connect or disconnect the bat-
minutes. tery terminals while the engine is run-
 If the booster battery you are using is apparel. Do not inhale any battery
gases. Keep children away from bat- ning.
fitted to another vehicle, start the en-
teries. Wash battery acid immediately
gine of the vehicle with the booster
with water and seek medical atten-
battery. Run the engine at moderate tion.
speed.
 Remove the jump leads in the exact During charging and jump-starting,
reverse order in which you connected explosive gases can escape from the
them.

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Towing Installing the Tow hook
WARNING !
When towing the break down vehicle, cer-  Open the tailgate and remove the tow
tain precautions and procedures must be  Never get under your vehicle after hook from the tool kit.
taken to prevent damage to the vehicle it has been lifted by a tow truck.  (For front towing) Open the tow hook
and/or components. Failure to use stand-  For towing a vehicle, the best way cover provided on the front bumper
ard towing precautionary measures when is to use a wrecker. Alternatively grille by pressing and pulling it.
lifting or towing a break down vehicle use a rigid tow bar.
could result in an unsafe operating condi-  Switch 'ON' the hazard warning in-
tion. dicators of both the vehicles to
warn other road users.
To ensure proper towing and to prevent
 Limit the speed to 20-30 kmph.
accidental damage to your vehicle, take
help of a TATA MOTORS authorized dealer  In case of brake failure, use the
or a commercial tow-truck service. parking brake to control the
vehicle.
 Only secure the tow rope or tow
NOTE
bar at the towing eyes. Otherwise,
Make sure that the parking brake is the vehicle could be damaged.
released; vehicle in neutral gear posi-
tion and steering wheel is unlocked. When towing, pull away slowly and
The power steering functions only smoothly. If the tractive power is too Front tow hook
when engine is running. Hence, during high, the vehicles could be damaged.
 Engage the tow hook and rotate in
towing the steering efforts will be clockwise direction to tighten.
more.  After towing, remove the towing hook
and fit the cover properly.
 Place the towing hook in the vehicle
tool kit.

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WARNING !
 Never tow your vehicle with the
front wheels on the ground or four
wheels on the ground (forward or
backward), as this may cause se-
rious damage to the transmis-
sion.
 When towing with the rear wheels
on the ground or on towing dol-
lies, place the ignition switch in
Rear tow hook the ‘ACC’ or ‘ON’ position, and se-
cure the steering wheel in the
Recommended towing straight-ahead position with a
We recommend that your vehicle be rope or similar device.
towed with the driving wheels off the
ground or place the vehicle on a flatbed
NOTE
truck as shown.
If it is not possible to shift the trans-
mission or start the engine or if the WARNING !
NOTE
wheels are jammed, the vehicle must Use flatbed tow truck for towing vehi-
When towing, pull away slowly and be transported on flatbed truck, cles with 4x4 / Automatic transmis-
smoothly. If the tractive power is too where the vehicle is loaded into the sion as this may cause serious dam-
high, the vehicles could be damaged. back of a truck. age to the transmission.

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Fuses Checking and replacing fuses
The vehicles electrical circuits have fuses If any electrical unit in your vehicle is not
to protect the wiring from short circuits or functioning, check the fuses first.
sustained overload.
Please follow the steps below that will
Your vehicle has fuse boxes at three loca- guide you to check and replace them.
tions.
 Apply parking brake
 Switch off all electrical consumers.
 Turn the ignition key to the 'LOCK' po-
sition.
 In the fuse box, identify the defective
Fuse location- Engine and battery fuse from its melted wire.

1. Engine Compartment Fuse Box


2. Battery Mounted Fuse Box
3. Cabin Compartment Fuse Box

Fuse location- Cabin compartment  Remove the blown fuse by “fuse


puller”. The fuse puller and spare

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fuses are provided in the engine com- a TATA MOTORS authorized service
partment fuse box. centre immediately.

WARNING !
If you manipulate or bridge a faulty
fuse or if you replace it with a fuse
with a higher amperage, the electric
cables could be overloaded. This
could result in a fire. There is a risk of
an accident and injury.
Always replace faulty fuses with the
specified new fuses having the cor-
rect amperage.

Engine compartment fuse box


 Blown fuses must be replaced with
fuses of same rating, which you can
recognize by color and value.

NOTE
Always ensure that the spare fuses
are replenished.

 If a newly inserted fuse also blows,


have the cause traced and rectified at

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Battery Mounted Fuse And Relay
Box

Fuse Function Rating


No. (A)
MF1 STARTER MOTOR 500A
MF2 ALTERNATOR 150A
MF3 COCKPIT 60A
MF4 ABS/ESP 40A
MF5 IGNITION 60A
MF6
MF7 COOLING FAN 1 30A

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1. Engine Compartment Fuse and Relay Box
Fuse No. Function Rating (A)
F05 ACCESSORIES 60A
F09 COOLING FAN II 40A
F10 HEATED REAR SCREEN 30A
F11 TOD 20A
F12 HVAC 40A
F13 ABS/ESP 25A
F14 AIRCON 15A
F15 EMS 30A
F16 STARTER 40A
F17 NOT USED
F18 HEAD LAMP LOW RH 10A
F18A HEAD LAMP LOW LH 10A
F19 HEAD LAMP HIGH RH 10A
F19A HEAD LAMP HIGH LH 10A
F20 NOT USED
F21 HORN 15A
F22 NOT USED
F23 REAR WIPER 15A
F24 GLOW PLUG I 40A
F25 NOT USED
F26 GLOW PLUG II 40A
F27 NOT USED
F28 HAS BATT. 30A
F31 AFTER MARKET POWER SOCKET 10A
F32 AT BATT. 15A

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3. Cabin Wiring Harness Fuses & Relay Box Fuse
Function Rating (A)
No.
F1 W/W FR LH BATT. 25A
F2 DRIVE MODE SW BATT 5A
F3 BCM 1 BATT. 15A

F4 AFTER MARKET POWER SOCKET BATT. 10A

F5 CDL BATT. 20A


F6 DIAGNOSTIC/ INERTIA SW BATT. 5A
F7 HEATED REAR SCREEN (HRW) 25A
F8 MIRROR HEATER 10A
F9 - -
F10 - -
F11 INSTRUMENT CLUSTER BATT. 10A
F12 IMMOBILIZER & KEY IN BATT. 5A
F13 BCM 2 BATT. 15A
F14 W/W RR RH BATT. 25A
F15 W/W RR LH BATT. 25A
F16 TRANSIT / INFOTAINMENT BATT. 15A
F17 HVAC BATT. 5A
F18 BCM 3 BATT. 15A
F19 BRAKE SW BATT. 5A
F20 W/W FR RH BATT. 25A
F21 ACC RELAY COIL 5A
F22 POWER SOCKET III ACC 15A
F23 USB CHARGER ACC 5A
F24 RR BLOWER SW IGN 5A
F25 FR,RR WIPER IGN. 25A

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Fuse
Function Rating (A) NOTE
No.
F26 FR HVAC IGN. 10A
The fuse box layouts are provided for reference purpose only.
F27 REVERSE/GSL AT 5A Please refer the sticker provided inside the fuse box cover.
F28 PDC,TOD,INT WIPE, DCS IGN 5A
F29 TOD FR AXLE IGN. 10A
F30 REV SW/LAMP MT/AT IGN 5A
F31 SRS (AIRBAG) IGN. 5A
F32 INSTRUMENT CLUSTER IGN 10A
F33 ABS / ESP IGN 5A
F34 EMS IGN 10A
F35 AT TCU IGN 5A
F36 IMMOBILIZER IGN 5A
F37 W/W CONTROLLER IGN 5A
F38 IGN RELAY COIL 5A
F39 BCM IGN 5A
F40 STARTER RELAY COIL 5A
F41 POWER SOCKET II ACC 15A
F42 POWER SOCKET I ACC 15A
F43 REAR BLOWER ACC 30A
F44 HRW RELAY COIL, HRS COIL, AT ACC 5A

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Bulbs
Bulbs and lamps are an important aspect of vehicle safety. You must therefore make sure that these function correctly at all times.
Have the headlamp settings checked regularly.
Specifications

Sr. No. Description Rating Type Qty.

1 HEAD LAMP HIGH BEAM 12V/55W H7 2


2 HEAD LAMP LOW BEAM 12V/55W H7 2
3 PARKING LAMP FRONT 12V/5W W5W 2
4 TURN SIGNAL FRONT 12V/24W PY24W 2
5 OUTBOARD STOP LAMP LED LED MODULE 2
6 OUTBOARD TAIL LAMP LED LED MODULE 2
7 INBOARD STOP LAMP LED LED MODULE 2
8 INBOARD TAIL LAMP LED LED MODULE 2
9 TURN SIGNAL REAR 12V/21W PY21W 2
10 HIGH MOUNTED STOP LAMP LED LED MODULE 1
11 REGISTRATION PLATE LAMP LED LED MODULE 1
12 DOOR AJAR CUM PUDDLE LAMP 12V/5W W5W 4
13 ROOF LAMP FIRST AND SECOND ROW LED LED MODULE 2
14 ROOF LAMP THIRD ROW LED LED MODULE 1
15 LOAD AREA LAMP 12V/5W W5W 1
16 REVERSE LAMP 12V/21W P21W 1
17 FRONT FOG LAMP 12V/35W H8 2

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Sr. No. Description Rating Type Qty.


18 REAR FOG LAMP 12V/21W PR21W 1
19 DAYTIME RUNNING LAMPS (DRL) LED LED MODULE 2
20 MOOD LIGHTING LED LED MODULE 6
21 SIDE REPEATER LAMP ON ORVM LED LED MODULE 2
22 GLOVE BOX LAMP 12V/5W W5W 1
23 SUN VISOR LAMP 12V/5W W5W 1

NOTE
Only install spare bulbs of the same type and the specified
voltage.

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24 X 7 Road Assistance Response Time ** for the On Road  Park your vehicle on the edge of the
Assistance Program road, open the bonnet and put on the
Dear Customer, hazard warning signal.
It is our responsibility and our endeavour Within City 60 minutes  Place the advance warning triangle
to ensure that you have our complete ser- Limits supplied with the vehicle approx. 3 m
vice backup if ever, wherever and when- On State or Na- 90 minutes from the vehicle in the direction of on-
ever you need the same. When you have tional High- coming traffic.
a road network that spans wide area, the ways
probability of a breakdown happening Ghat Roads 120 minutes +/-
within hailing distance of a TATA MOTORS and other
Authorized Workshop is very low. places
It is precisely for this reason, we have tied
**(The response time will depend on the
up with TVS AA, who will provide break-
location, terrain, traffic density and the
down assistance including towing to the
time of the day.)
nearest TATA MOTORS Authorized Work-
shop through their Authorized Service Standard procedure when calling for
Providers (ASP). On Road Assistance in case of a
The 24X7 On Road Assistance Program breakdown:
shall be automatically available to your  Dial the toll free help line number –
vehicle for the duration of Warranty pe- 1 800 209 7979
riod. The program shall also be available,  Identify your vehicle with the Vehicle
if you avail the same post warranty. chassis number that is available in the
Owner’s Manual.
 Explain your exact location with land-
marks and tell us about the problem
you face with the vehicle.

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Coverage under 24 X 7 On Road II. The 24x7 On Road Assistance Pro-  Breakdown/defects caused by mis-
Assistance program gram coverage on availing the 24X7 pol- use, abuse, negligence, alterations or
icy, post warranty is upto maximum of 6 modifications made to the vehicle.
I. The 24x7 On Road Assistance Pro- instance of assistance in one year for  Lack of maintenance as per the
gram Service covers the following ser- both the plans- Basic and Premium. In the maintenance schedule as detailed in
vices on your vehicle during warranty pe- premium plan, this includes 2 instance of the owner’s manual.
riod. towing upto the nearest TATA MOTORS  Cases involving racing, rallies, vehicle
 Wheel change through spare wheel. authorised workshop. testing or practice for such events.
 Arrangement of fuel. (Fuel cost will be Exclusions Disclaimer
chargeable at actual cost)
 Re-opening the vehicle in cases of key 24 X 7 On Road Assistance Program  **The reach time is indicative & the
lock out. does not apply to actual reach time will be conveyed by
 Rectification of electrical problems re-  Cost of parts consumables and labour the call centre at the time of break-
lated to battery, fuses etc. for such repairs not covered under down call.
 On spot repairs for complaints repair- warranty*. These charges are to be  The reach time can vary depending on
able at site. ^ settled with ASP in cash. the traffic density & time of the day.
 Vehicle to vehicle towing or winching  Toll or ferry charges paid by ASP in  The reach time indicated does not ac-
& towing for non-accident cases up to reaching to the breakdown site to be count for delays due to but not limited
the nearest TATA MOTORS authorized settled with ASP in actuals in cash. to acts of God, laws, rules & regula-
workshop. Towing charges at actual  Cases involving accident, fire, theft, tions for time being in force, orders of
cost beyond the same to be paid to vandalism, riots, lightening, earth- statutory or Govt. authorities, indus-
the ASP in cash. (Any ferry or toll quake, windstorm, hail, tsunami, unu- trial disputes, inclement weather,
charges levied in relation to the vehi- sual weather conditions, other acts of heavy down pour, floods, storms, nat-
cle being towed to be paid by the cus- God, flood, etc. ural calamities, road blocks due to ac-
tomers in actuals in cash). cidents, general strife and law & order
 Vehicles that are unattended, un-reg-
For accident cases, towing charges to conditions viz. fire, arson, riots,
istered, impounded or abandoned.
be borne by the customer. strikes, terrorist attacks, war etc.

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 ^ On spot repairs at breakdown site will the vehicle be towed to any unau- sentation, malicious intent and re-
shall depend on nature of complaints thorized workshop. TATA MOTORS will fusal to pay the charges for any
& will be as per the discretion of the not be responsible for any repairs car- charges related services and spare
ASP. ried out in such unauthorized work- parts during service or on previous oc-
 *The decision for free of charge re- shop. casion on part of the customer.
pairs will be as per the warranty policy  Customer are advised to take ac-  On site repairs may be temporary in
& procedures of TATA MOTORS LTD. knowledgment from the ASP for the nature. The completion of repairs
and as per the interpretation of the list of accessories/extra fittings and does not certify the road worthiness of
same by ASP. You will be duly in- other belongings in the vehicle as well the vehicle. The customer is advised
formed by the ASP & call centre for the as the current condition related to to ensure temporary repairs carried
change applicable if any. dents/scratches breakages of out onsite is followed by permanent
 All charges wherever applicable need parts/fitments of the vehicle at the repairs at a TATA MOTORS Authorized
to be settled directly with the ASP. time of ASP taking possession of the Workshop at the earliest.
vehicle & to verify these items when  Terms and conditions and service cov-
Exclusion of Liabilities delivery is taken back by them, Claim erage, exclusions etc. are subject to
 It is understood that TATA MOTORS for loss of or damage to items, if any change without notice.
shall be under no liability whatsoever should be taken up with ASP directly.
in respect of any loss or damage aris- TATA MOTORS shall not be responsi-
ing directly or indirectly out of any de- ble for any such claims, damages/loss
lay in or non-delivery of, defect/defi- or any deficiency of service of the ASP.
ciency in service/parts provided by  Vehicles will be handled, repaired &
ASP. towed as per the customer’s risk &
 In case vehicle cannot be repaired on- TATA MOTORS shall not be liable for
site, customers are advised to use the any damages / claims as a result of
towing facility for taking their vehicle the same.
to the nearest TATA MOTORS author-  Services entitled to the customers can
ized workshop only. In no condition be refused or cancelled on account of
abusive behaviour, fraudulent repre-

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MAINTENANCE
Maintenance and Service
NOTE
Periodic maintenance is essential for en-
Refer “Opening and Closing” section
suring long trouble free performance. for engine bonnet opening.
Have your vehicle serviced regularly from
TATA MOTORS authorized service centre.
WARNING !
There is a large network of TATA MOTORS
Authorized Service Center’s to help you  Be careful not to touch a hot en-
with their professional servicing exper- gine, exhaust manifold and pipes,
tise. Scheduled maintenance information muffler, radiator and water hoses.
is provided which makes tracking routine  Do not work on a vehicle with the
service easy. engine running in an enclosed
space, unless you are sure you
The following checks can be carried out have enough ventilation.
between the recommended scheduled  Keep all open flames and other
maintenance services. Take help of our burning material (such as ciga-
authorized service centre for assistance. rettes) away from the battery and
all fuel related parts.
 Engine oil level
 Engine coolant level If you need to do any work inside the
engine compartment,
 Brake fluid level
 Switch off the ignition
 Washer fluid level  Never reach into the area where
 Battery electrolyte level there is a risk of danger from
 Power steering reservoir moving components, such as the
 Tyre inflation pressure including spare fan rotation area
wheel  Keep clothing away from moving
parts

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Engine Compartment

1. Engine oil filling cap 4. Coolant auxiliary tank 7. Battery


2. Brake fluid reservoir 5. Power steering reservoir 8. Fuse & relay box
3. Air Filter 6. Engine oil Dip stick 9. Windshield washer reservoir

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Engine Oil Level If the level is between MIN mark and
MAX mark the oil level is correct. WARNING !
When checking the oil level:
 If the oil level has dropped to MIN If engine oil comes into contact with
 Park the vehicle on a level surface. mark or below, top up with recom- hot components in the engine com-
 Switch off the engine and ensure that mended engine oil. partment, it may ignite. There is a risk
engine is at normal operating temper- of fire and injury.
ature. NOTE Make sure that engine oil is not spilled
 If the engine temperature is high, let next to the filler neck. Let the engine
The oil consumption depends upon cool down and thoroughly clean the
the engine cool down before checking the driving style and the conditions
oil level. e.g. if the engine was only engine oil off the components before
under which the vehicle is used. starting the engine.
started briefly, wait for about 30
minutes
WARNING !
WARNING !
Do not remove the filler cap when the
Certain components in the engine
! engine is running.
compartment, such as the engine, ra-
Add oil upto the MAX. mark. Oil levels
diator and parts of the exhaust sys-
above the MAX. mark may cause en-
tem, can become very hot. Working in
gine damage.
the engine compartment poses a risk
of injury. For location of Engine oil filling cap
Where possible, let the engine cool and dip stick, please refer Engine Com-
down. partment section.
 Pull oil dipstick out of the dipstick
guide tube.
 Wipe off oil dipstick
 Slowly slide oil dipstick into the guide
tube to the stop, and take it out again.
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Brake Fluid Level
WARNING ! WARNING !
Do not allow brake fluid to make con- The engine cooling system is pressur-
tact with the skin or eyes. ized, particularly when the engine is
warm. When opening the cap, you
Do not allow brake fluid to splash or could be scalded by hot coolant
spill on the paint surface as it will dam-
spraying out. There is a risk of injury.
age the paint. In case of spillage, wipe
Let the engine cool down before
it off immediately.
opening the cap. Wear eye and hand
Engine Coolant Level protection when opening the cap.
Open the cap slowly half a turn to al-
low pressure to escape.
The coolant level should be between the
The level of the brake fluid should be be- ‘MIN’ and ‘MAX’ marks on the auxiliary
tween the ‘MIN’ and ‘MAX’ marks on the tank.
side of the brake fluid container. If the When the coolant level is low, top up with
level falls below the ‘MIN’ mark, top up recommended coolant through filler of
with recommended brake fluid. auxiliary tank until the level approaches
For location of Brake Fluid Container the ‘MAX’ level line.
and filling cap, please refer respective
Engine Compartment section. NOTE
Check the coolant level when the vehicle In case of emergency, a large amount
is on a level surface and the engine has of water without engine coolant may
cooled down. be added in order to reach a vehicle
at service location.

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Whenever coolant has been added, the Power Steering Fluid Level Windshield Washer Fluid Level
coolant level in the auxiliary tank should
The level of the power steering fluid Check that there is washer fluid in the
be checked the next few times you drive
should be between the MIN. and MAX. tank. Refill it if necessary. Use a good
the vehicle to confirm correct level.
marks on the side of the power steering quality windshield washer fluid, diluted
For location of Engine coolant con- fluid container. If the level falls below the with water as necessary.
tainer and filler cap, please refer En- MIN. mark, add recommended fluid. (Re-
gine Compartment section. fer ‘Technical information’ section). NOTE

WARNING Do not use detergent or any other ad-


NOTE ! ditive in the windshield washer reser-
Topping of the coolant should be Do not start the engine without oil in voir. This can severely impair visibility
done in the auxiliary tank only. the power steering system. when sprayed on the windshield, and
Do not allow dirt into power steering can also damage your vehicle’s paint.
Make sure that only TATA MOTORS rec- fluid reservoir during refilling or top
ommended coolant (Refer ‘Technical in- Do not operate washer motor with no
up.
formation’ section) is used. Mixing of dif- fluid in washer tank, washer motor
ferent coolants may harm your engine’s In case of leakage or hard steering, will be damaged
cooling system and its components. Do please contact the nearest Authorised
Service outlet. For location of Windshield Washer
not add extra inhibitors or additives to the Container and filling cap, please refer
coolant. These can be harmful and com- For location of Power steering fluid Engine Compartment section.
promise the corrosion protection of the container, please refer Engine Com-
engine coolant. partment section.

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Battery  If you need to connect the battery to a Turbocharger
 Check the battery for electrolyte level charger, disconnect both cables to The turbocharger rotor assembly is sup-
against the marking on the battery prevent damage to the vehicle’s elec- ported by two fully floating bearing
outer case. trical system. bushes in the bearing housing. These
 Check the battery terminals for corro- bearing bushes are lubricated with finely
For location of battery, please refer En- filtered engine oil from the lubrication sys-
sion (a white or yellowish powder). To gine Compartment section.
remove it, cover the terminals with a tem of the engine.
solution of baking soda. It will bubble NOTE Lubrication of Turbocharger
up and turn brown.
During normal operation, the bat- Idle the engine for a while (one minute) af-
 When this stops, wash it off with plain tery generates gas which is explo- ter starting the engine and before stop-
water. Dry off the battery with a cloth sive in nature. A spark or open ping the engine to ensure adequate lubri-
or paper towel. flame can cause the battery to ex- cating oil supply to the turbocharger.
 Coat the terminals with petroleum jelly plode causing very serious injuries.
to prevent future corrosion. Keep all sparks, open flames and NOTE
smoking materials away from the
 Use a proper wrench to loosen and re- Keep engine at idling speed for at
battery.
move cables from the terminals. least a minute after starting and also
The battery contains sulphuric acid before stopping, to protect the turbo-
 Always disconnect the negative (-ve) (electrolyte) which is poisonous and charger against damage due to oil
cable first and reconnect it last. highly corrosive in nature. Getting starvation.
 Clean the battery terminals with a ter- electrolyte in your eyes or on the skin
minal cleaning tool or wire brush. can cause severe burns. Wear protec-
tive clothing and a face shield or have
 Reconnect and tighten the cables, a skilled technician to do the battery
coat the terminals with petroleum maintenance.
jelly.
 Ensure that the battery is securely
mounted.
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Intercooler Maintenance recommendations: effective functioning of the converter and
to avoid damage to the converter.
Hot air coming out of turbocharger flows  Check the boost pressure pipe for its
through the intercooler and gets cooled proper fitment, damage etc. 1. It is mandatory to use Diesel fuel with
before entering the intake manifold.  Specified engine oil and the oil filter low sulphur content (Refer recom-
should be used and should be mended fuels). Use of any other diesel
As such it does not require any mainte- fuel can increase the pollutants.
changed regularly in accordance with
nance however it can be cleaned exter- 2. Avoid parking the vehicle over inflam-
Service Schedule.
nally by blowing compressed air. mable materials, such as dry leaves,
 Check oil feed pipes, return pipes, air
Transmission Air Oil Cooler intake and exhaust piping for leak- grass, etc., as the exhaust system is
ages and restrictions. hot enough to initiate fire.
For automatic transmission, hot oil com-
 Check the engine breathing system Maintenance recommendations:
ing out of transmission flows through
and oil separator.
transmission air oil cooler and gets cooled Catalytic Converter should be flushed by
before entering transmission again.  Fill the oil inlet hole of the turbo-
charger with clean engine oil, when giving full throttle (4 to 5 times) in stand-
As such it does not require any mainte- the engine is started after long stor- ing condition of vehicle on daily basis. For
nance however it can be cleaned exter- age. high speed driving condition run hot for
nally by blowing compressed air. few km as this will help to flush the carbon
Catalytic Converter soot deposits from exhaust system and
catalytic converter. High speed running of
WARNING ! The catalytic converter is fitted on your ve-
hicle to reduce exhaust pollution. The cat- the vehicle may be done periodically to
While cleaning, ensure that inter- alytic converter will quickly heat up after avoid chocking of catalytic converter.
cooler and transmission air oil cooler starting to ensure that it operates cor-
fins are not damaged. If the fins get Alternatively flushing operation for clean-
rectly during the warm up phase of the en- ing the catalytic converter can be done by
damaged, it could lead to lose of per- gine.
formance and subsequent failure. dry compressed air draft (3 to 4 bar) di-
The catalytic converter does not require rected on the honeycomb structure of cat-
any special maintenance however, follow- alytic converter (after removing from vehi-
ing precautions should be taken for the cle).

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Tyres Inflation
WARNING !
Check for inflation and condition of your
 Avoid push start or tow-starting vehicle tyres periodically.
the vehicle. (Use jump leads).
 Avoid long (not more than 10 sec.) Check the pressure in the tyres when they
and repeat (not more than 3 are cold.
times) starting of the vehicle. In- Keeping the tyres properly inflated gives
vestigate the cause for difficulty in
you the best combination of riding com-
starting & rectify the same.
fort, handling, tyre life and better fuel effi-
 Avoid long idling (to warm-up). If ciency.
the engine is running rough, after
a cold start. Over inflation of tyres makes the vehicle
 Avoid stopping the vehicle in Drive ride bumpy and harsh. Tyres are more
mode too long with brake pressed prone to uneven wear and damage from
since it may overheat and damage 1. Under Excessive s ide road hazards.
transmission. Change to Neutral inflation tread wear Under inflated tyres reduce your comfort
or Park mode at the earliest.
in vehicle handling and are prone to fail-
 Never switch off the ignition when 2. Correct tyre Uniform pres-
ures due to high temperature. They also
driving down the hill. (This will not wear sure
cause uneven wear and more fuel con-
save fuel).
3. Over inflation Excessive sumption.
 Avoid fuel tank getting almost
center tread
empty.
wear NOTE
 Avoid pre-coating / painting of cat-
alytic converter. Every time you check inflation pres-
sure, you should also examine tyres
for damage, trapping of foreign ob-
jects in the treads and wear.

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Recommended tyre pressures Regular checking of wheels & tyres
For 16” Tyre
WARNING !
Wheels Unladen Laden Damaged tyres can cause tyre infla-
tion pressure loss. As a result, you
Front 32 psi/2.2 34 psi/2.3 could lose control of your vehicle.
bar bar
There is a risk of accident.
Check the tyres regularly for signs of
Rear 32 psi/2.2 34 psi/2.3
damage and replace any damaged
bar bar
tyres immediately.

For 19” Tyre Check wheels and tyres for damage at


The recommended tyre pressure is men- least once a month. Check wheels and
Wheels Unladen Laden tioned as a permissible range in which tyres after driving off-road or on rough
tyre pressure can be adjusted. The higher roads. Damaged wheels can cause a loss
Front 34 psi/2.3 34 psi/2.3 value is recommended for getting better of tyre pressure. Pay particular attention
bars bar fuel economy and lower value is for better to damage such as:
ride comfort.  Cuts / Tears in the tyres
Rear 34 psi/2.3 34 psi/2.3
bar bar  Punctures
 Bulges on tyres
Tyre pressure sticker location  Deformation or severe corrosion on
wheels
The recommended tyre pressure is men-
tioned as a permissible range in which Regularly check the tyre tread depth and
tyre pressure can be adjusted. The higher the condition of the tread across the
value is recommended for getting better whole width of the tyre. If necessary, turn
fuel economy and lower value is for better the front wheels to full lock in order to in-
ride comfort. spect the inner side of the tyre surface.

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MAINTENANCE
All wheels must have a valve cap to pro- largely depends on vehicle speed, speed is not adapted to suit the driv-
tect the valve against dirt and moisture. load carried, usage, driving habits, ing conditions. There is a risk of acci-
Do not mount anything onto the valve road conditions, tyre quality, etc. In dent.
other than the standard valve cap. case fault is suspected to be due to If the tyre pressure is too high or too
poor quality of tyres, the same may low, tyres may exhibit different levels
Regularly check the pressure of all the
be taken up with concerned tyre man- of wear at different locations on the
tyres particularly prior to long trips. Ad-
ufacturer. tyre tread. Thus, you should regularly
just the tyre pressure as necessary.
check the tread depth and the condi-
The service life of tyres depends, among tion of the tread across the entire
other things, on the following factors: WARNING ! width of all tyres.
 driving style If wheels and tyres of the wrong size Special care for tubeless tyres:
 tyre pressure are used, the wheel brakes or sus-
pension components may be dam-  While removing tyre from wheel rim
 distance covered
aged. There is a risk of an accident. and mounting it back on wheel rim,
 wheel alignment & tyre rotation
(at recommended interval) Always replace wheels and tyres with take precautions not to damage tyre

those that fulfill the specifications of bead. Use tyre removal and assembly
the original part. machines. Damage or cut on tyre
WARNING ! When replacing wheels, make sure to bead may cause gradual loss of air
A flat tyre severely impairs the driving, use the correct specification as rec- and deflation of tyre.
steering and braking characteristics ommended.  Do not scratch inside of tubeless tyre
of the vehicle. There is a risk of acci- with metallic or sharp object. Tubeless
dent. tyres are coated with impermeable
WARNING ! layer of rubber from inside which
NOTE
Insufficient tyre tread will reduce tyre holds the air inside the tyre. Removal
Life and wear pattern of tyres de- traction. The tyre is no longer able to of this layer due to scratching may
pends on various parameters like tyre dissipate water. This means that on sscause gradual loss of air and defla-
pressure, wheel alignment, wheel wet road surfaces, the risk of hydro- tion.
balancing, tyre rotation, etc. It also planing increases, in particular where
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MAINTENANCE
 If wheel rim gets damaged in service, Tyre rotation Applicable for vehicle with temporary
get the wheel rim repaired/ replaced spare wheel (if equipped)
To help increase tyre life and distribute
immediately. Running the vehicle with wear more evenly you should have tyres
damaged rim may cause deflation of rotated at specified intervals or earlier de-
tyre and subsequent dislodging of tyre pending on the operation of vehicle.
from rim.
 Maintain recommended inflation Applicable for all tyres Including spare
pressure. Over-inflation, in particular, wheel of same size and type
may cause puncture or bursting of
tyre.

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MAINTENANCE
Wheel Balancing Remote Key Battery Replacement  Insert the new battery.
Wheels of your vehicle are balanced for Remote control key contains a battery. It
better ride comfort and longer tyre life. is under the remote cover.
Balancing needs to be done whenever
To replace the discharged battery:
tyre is removed from rim.
 Open the key blade.
WARNING !  Press off the battery cover with your
If the vehicle vibrates abnormally on thumb or using a flat screw driver at
a smooth road, have the wheel bal- the points of the arrows.
anced done immediately.  Remove the discharged battery from
the key by pressing the battery down-
Wheel Alignment
wards at the point of the arrow.
Incorrect wheel alignment causes exces-
sive and uneven tyre wear. Check wheel  Ensure that the ‘+’ symbol on the bat-
alignment at specified intervals. Wheel tery is facing upwards. The correct
alignment values are given below: polarity is shown on the battery
cover.
Front Rear
 Position the battery cover on the key
Caster 3º ± 30’ - and press on it until it is heard to lock
in place.
Camber 0º ± 30’ -
NOTE
Toe in 2 – 5 mm -
Use CR 2032 battery only.
LH to RH variation of Caster to be within 45’
LH to RH variation of Camber to be within 30’

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MAINTENANCE
On Board Diagnostic (OBD II)
System
On board Diagnostics or OBD is an auto-
motive term referring to a vehicle’s self-
diagnostic and reporting capability. The
OBD system allows continuous diagnosis
of the components of the vehicle corre-
lated with emissions. This system warns
the driver, by turning “ON” the Malfunc-
tion Indication lamp (MIL) on the instru-
ment cluster, when a fault causes emis-
sion levels to increase.
The OBD system also has a diagnostic
connector that can be interfaced with ap-
propriate diagnostic tools, which makes it
possible to read the fault codes stored in
the Electronic Control Unit, together with
a series of specific parameters for Engine
operation and Diagnosis. This check can
also be carried out by the traffic authori-
ties.

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MAINTENANCE
SERVICE INSTRUCTIONS
NOTE
The TATA HEXA has been manufactured to
give you economical and trouble free per- Servicing of the vehicle can be done
formance. To achieve this please follow at any TATA MOTORS Authorized
the instructions as stated. Dealer Workshop or TATA MOTORS
Authorized Service Centre (TASC).
Your vehicle is entitled to three free ser- Warranty claims can be settled by
vices (labour only). The free service cou- any TATA MOTORS Authorized Dealer
pons are attached to the sales invoice. Workshop or TATA MOTORS Author-
Please present these coupons to the ser- ized Service Centre (TASC).
vicing dealer while availing free services.
1st free service - At 5000 kms. OR 3,
months, whichever is earlier.
2nd free service - At 10000 kms. OR 6
months, whichever is earlier.
3rd free service - At 20000 kms. OR 12
months, whichever is earlier.
All services other than free services are
chargeable.

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MAINTENANCE

1,00,000-1,00,500
Frequency (Km)

10,000-10,500

20,000-20,500

30,000-30,500

40,000-40,500

50,000-50,500

60,000-60,500

70,000-70,500

80,000-80,500

90,000-90,500
5,000-5,500
PDI
Sr.
Operation
No.

Months - 3 6 12 18 24 30 36 42 48 54 60

General
Wash the vehicle & clean the con- Every
1 ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ●
denser with compressed air. Service
Check & Top up Fluids if required:
Engine oil, Coolant, Brake/ Clutch
Every
Fluid, Battery Electrolyte, Power
2
Steering Oil, Gear Box Oil, Transfer 10,000 or ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ●
case (if applicable) & Front Axle 6 Months
4X4 (if applicable) / Rear Axle Oil
Drain water accumulated in Fuel
Pre filter cum sedimenter and fuel Every
3 ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ●
filter (OR whenever the Warning Service
lamp glows)
Check engine compartment for
loose fasteners and for any leak-
ages in fuel lines, coolant hoses, air Every
4 ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ●
hoses, vacuum hoses and hydraulic Service
line connections. Attend if neces-
sary.

198
MAINTENANCE

1,00,000-1,00,500
Frequency (Km)

10,000-10,500

20,000-20,500

30,000-30,500

40,000-40,500

50,000-50,500

60,000-60,500

70,000-70,500

80,000-80,500

90,000-90,500
5,000-5,500
PDI
Sr.
Operation
No.

Months - 3 6 12 18 24 30 36 42 48 54 60
Check Underbody for loose fas-
teners and for any damage or
leakage in fuel pipes, hydraulic Every
5 ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ●
line connections, rack & pinion & Service
exhaust system including rubber
hangers. Attend if necessary.
Apply grease on door latches,
locks, check straps, strikers, bon- Every
6 net opening lever, bonnet hinges 10,000 or ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ●
& lock plate, tailgate hinges & 6 Months
door lock inner ratchet.
Check for proper tightening of Every
7 Door latch & Striker screws, Tail 10,000 or ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ●
gate latch and striker screws 6 Months
Check & ensure normal working
Every
8 of the vehicle using diagnostic ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ●
equipment. Service
Every
Reset the Service interval in In-
9
strument Cluster 10,000 or ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ●
6 Months

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MAINTENANCE

1,00,000-1,00,500
Frequency (Km)

10,000-10,500

20,000-20,500

30,000-30,500

40,000-40,500

50,000-50,500

60,000-60,500

70,000-70,500

80,000-80,500

90,000-90,500
5,000-5,500
PDI
Sr.
Operation
No.

Months - 3 6 12 18 24 30 36 42 48 54 60

2.2L Varicor Engine


Replace Engine Oil and Oil filter Every 20K
1 (Every 20,000 Km OR 1 year or 12 ● ● ● ● ●
whichever is earlier) months
Replace element / cartridge of
Every 20K
Pre-filter cum Sedimenter (Every
2 or 12 ● ● ● ● ●
20,000 Km OR 1 year whichever
is earlier) months
Change Main Fuel filter Every 60K
3 (Every 60,000 Km OR 3 years or 36 ●
whichever is earlier) months
Change Air filter element Every 40K
4 (Every 40,000 Km OR 2 years or 24 ● ●
whichever is earlier) months
Check accessory Drive belts ( Al-
ternator & Compressor ) adjust Every 10K
5 tension if required, change if or 12 ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ●
damaged (Every 10,000 Km OR 1 months
years whichever is earlier)

200
MAINTENANCE

10,000-10,500

20,000-20,500

30,000-30,500

40,000-40,500

50,000-50,500

60,000-60,500

70,000-70,500

80,000-80,500

90,000-90,500
5,000-5,500
Frequency

1,00,000-
1,00,500
(Km)

PDI
Sr.
Operation
No.

Months - 3 6 12 18 24 30 36 42 48 54 60
Replace Timing Belt & Timing Belt ten-
6 Every 1,50,000 kms OR 5 years/60 months whichever is earlier
sioner
Change Engine Coolant (Every 60,000 Every 60K
7 km OR 3 year / 36 months whichever or 36 ●
is earlier) months
Check Accessory drive for Power Every 10K
Steering Pump. Change if damaged
8 or ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ●
(Every 10,000 km OR 1 year, which-
ever is earlier) 12 months
Gear Box
Replace Gear box Oil and Clean
Breather (Manual Transmission -- if
applicable) Every 90K
1 ●
(First at 40,000 km OR 2 years and or 5 Years
thereafter every 90,000 km OR 5
years whichever is earlier )
Every
Clean Breather of 6L550 - Automatic 10000 or
2 ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ●
Transmission
6 months
Change Gearbox Oil (6L550 - Auto-
3 Filled for life time
matic Transmission) (If applicable)
Change oil in TOD
4 Filled for life time
(For 4X4 Only - if applicable)

201
MAINTENANCE

10,000-10,500

20,000-20,500

30,000-30,500

40,000-40,500

50,000-50,500

60,000-60,500

70,000-70,500

80,000-80,500

90,000-90,500
5,000-5,500
Frequency

1,00,000-
1,00,500
(Km)

PDI
Sr.
Operation
No.

Months - 3 6 12 18 24 30 36 42 48 54 60

Propeller Shaft
Grease propeller shaft with grease
gun (at slip joint - splines end) & Every
1 check Centre bracket mounting 10,000 or ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ●
bolts for looseness. Tighten if nec- 6 months
essary.
Check for rubber cracks on Tor- Every
2 sional Vibration Damper (TVD), re- 10,000 or ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ●
place if necessary 6 months
Every
Change TVD (Every 60,000 km) or
3 60,000 ●
3 Years whichever is earlier
or 3 Years

Front Axle (For 4x4) / Rear Axle

Replace Axle Oil ( Front (For 4x4)


Every
(if applicable)/ Rear) (Every
1 80,000 km OR 4 years / 48 80,000 or ●
months whichever is earlier) 4 Years
Every
Clean Breather in front (for 4x4)
2 10,000 or ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ●
(if applicable) and Rear axle
6 months

202
MAINTENANCE

1,00,000-1,00,500
Frequency (Km)

10,000-10,500

20,000-20,500

30,000-30,500

40,000-40,500

50,000-50,500

60,000-60,500

70,000-70,500

80,000-80,500

90,000-90,500
5,000-5,500
PDI
Sr.
Operation
No.

Months - 3 6 12 18 24 30 36 42 48 54 60

Suspension & Steering


Check wheel alignment/ Steering Every
1 wheel spoke alignment/ wheel bal- 20,000 or ● ● ● ● ●
ancing & adjust if necessary 12 months
Check shock absorber and rubber
bushes. Replace if necessary (First Every
2 ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ●
at 30,000 km and thereafter at Service
every service)
Check condition of rubber bushes
in Top & Lower wishbones, coil
spring rubber seat, Anti roll bars,
Every
Rear links, Pan-hard rod, rubber
3 boots/dust cover/ bellow in Rack & 30,000 or ● ● ●
pinion, steering ball joints & col- 18 months
umn, Suspension Ball Joints
Replace if necessary.
Replace Power steering Oil & filter Every
4 element (Every 1,00,000 OR 3 1,00,000 ●
years, whichever is earlier) or 3 Years

203
MAINTENANCE

1,00,000-1,00,500
Frequency (Km)

10,000-10,500

20,000-20,500

30,000-30,500

40,000-40,500

50,000-50,500

60,000-60,500

70,000-70,500

80,000-80,500

90,000-90,500
5,000-5,500
PDI
Sr.
Operation
No.

Months - 3 6 12 18 24 30 36 42 48 54 60

Brakes

Check parking brakes, adjust if nec- Every


1 ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ●
essary Service
Check front brake & rear brake Every
2 pads, re-grease DIH liner resting 10,000 or ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ●
points. Replace if necessary. 6 months
Replace Brake Fluid (Every 40,000 Every
3 km or 2 years/24 months which- 40,000 or ● ●
ever is earlier) 24 months
Electricals
Every
Check headlamp focusing & func-
1 tioning of all electrical equipment’s 20,000 or ● ● ● ● ●
12 months

Check for looseness of + Ve Termi- Every


2 nals on Alternator and Starter mo- 30,000 or ● ● ●
tor 18 months

204
MAINTENANCE

1,00,000-1,00,500
Frequency (Km)

10,000-10,500

20,000-20,500

30,000-30,500

40,000-40,500

50,000-50,500

60,000-60,500

70,000-70,500

80,000-80,500

90,000-90,500
5,000-5,500
PDI
Sr.
Operation
No.

Months - 3 6 12 18 24 30 36 42 48 54 60

AC System

Check HVAC System for satisfactory Every


1 ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ●
performance, attend if required. Service
Every
2 Check and Clean A.C Filter 20,000 or ● ● ● ● ●
12 months
Wheel & Tyres
Every
1 Tyre Rotation 10,000 or ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ●
6 months

205
MAINTENANCE
Additional Maintenance Schedule under Severe Driving Conditions

Sr. Condition
Operation Frequency
No.
A B C D

1 Engine oil and oil filter Change every 10,000 kms OR 6 months ● ● ● ●

2 Air filter element Change at every 20,000 km or 18 months whichever is earlier ● ●

Front (For 4X4) & rear axle oil Change at first 20,000 kms (18 months) & thereafter at 50,000 kms (36
3 ● ● ●
change months)

A - Driving in conditions such as Patrolling, Taxi, Pickup Van, Vehicle Towing, with Trailer Towing
B - Driving on Dusty / Sandy roads
C - Frequently operating in mountainous area
D - More than 50% (in terms of kms) driving in heavy city traffic

NOTE
In case of emergency, a large amount of water without engine coolant may be added in order to reach a vehicle service location.

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MAINTENANCE
Vehicle Parking at One Place for 9. Inflate the tyres to 0.5 bar above the
Long Duration normal specified pressure and check
(Non - Use Maintenance) it at regular intervals.
10. Check the battery regularly. Change if
If you want to park your vehicle at one required.
place for long duration, following care is 11. Do not drain the engine cooling sys-
to be taken: tem.
1. Park the vehicle in covered, dry and if
possible well-ventilated premises.
2. Remove the battery terminal cables
(first remove the cable from the nega-
tive terminal).
3. Block the wheel or engage in the gear
mode.
4. Clean and protect the painted parts
using protective wax.
5. Clean and protect the shiny metal
parts using commercially available
special compounds.
6. Sprinkle talcum powder on the rubber
windscreen wiper blades and lift them
off the glass.
7. Slightly open the windows.
8. Cover the vehicle with a cloth or perfo-
rated plastic sheet. Do not use sheets
of imperforated plastic as they do not
allow moisture on the vehicle body to
evaporate.

207
208
TECHNICAL
INFORMATION
TECHNICAL INFORMATION
Fuel Specification Percentage
Ambient Temper-
Fuel Winter grade Supplementary
ature in 0C
High Speed diesel conforming to IS1460 or EN 590 or equivalent diesel fuel
is recommended to be used as fuel. Up to -15 100 0
At very low temperature, fluidity of diesel may become insuffi- -15 to -20 70 30
cient due to paraffin separation. It is therefore necessary to mix -20 and below 50 50
supplementary fuel with summer or winter grade diesel. The sup-
plementary fuel to be used is kerosene or aviation turbine fuel.
WARNING !
Ratio for mixing of supplementary fuel and diesel are shown in
the table. Do not mix gasoline or alcohol with diesel. This mixture can
cause an explosion.
Percentage
Ambient Temperature Lubricants
in 0C Summer grade Supplementary
diesel fuel Engine oil: Recommended grade of engine oil confirming to API
CI4 Plus, (SAE 15W-40) or higher grade engine oil to be used.
Up to 0 100 0
Specification and range of ambient temperature at which these
0 to -10 70 30 can be used are given in the table below:
-10 to -15 50 50
Ambient Temp. in ºC Engine Oil Grade
Care should be taken that diesel and supplementary fuel are -5 and above SAE 15W40
thoroughly mixed before filling. -10 to 0 SAE 5W30
-20 to -10 SAE 0W30

210
TECHNICAL INFORMATION
Lubricant Specifications
Item Specification Company and Brand Qty.

EXXON MOBIL Super Diesel 15W40 CI-4 Plus


PETRONAS TATA MOTORS Genuine Oil - Engine Oil
API CI4 Plus, (SAE CI4+ 15W40
ENGINE OIL 7.5 Litres
15W-40)
HPCL HP Milcy CI4+ Tata Motors Genuine oil
IOCL Servo Tata Motors Genuine oil CI4 Plus

40:60 ratio Sunstar Tata Motors Genuine Coolant 2200


COOLANT Approx. 9 Litres
Premixed IOCL Servo Tata Motors Genuine Coolant 4060
HPCL HP GO XP 75W90 Tata Motors Genuine Oil
GEAR BOX
Synthetic gear oil Castrol SYNTRO 75W90 GL4 G85- 3.25 Litres
G-85
75W90 GL4 G76- 2.2 Litres
G-76 IOCL Servo Tata Motors Genuine Gear Oil - 75W 90

EXXON MOBIL MOBILUBE 1 SHC 75 W 90


Automatic Transmission EXXON MOBIL IMP 6544 MOBIL DEXRON-VI
ATF DEXRON-VI Approx. 11.4 Litres
(6L50)

TOD -- 1.2 - 1.4 Litres


SHELL Spirex S3 ATF MD3

211
TECHNICAL INFORMATION

Item Specification Company and Brand Qty.

Castrol ATF DEX III


HPCL HP ATF DEX III Tata Motors GENUINE OIL
POWER STEERING OIL ATF-DEXRON IID 1.6 Litres
IOCL Servo Tata Motors Transdex III
EXXON MOBIL Mobil ATF 220
HPCL HP Gear Oil XP 85W140 Tata Motors Genu-
ine Oil
CASTROL Extra Long Life Rear Axle Oil 85W140 1.68 Litres and
REAR AXLE 85W140 API-GL5 0.09 Litres
(Limited Slip Differential) Anglomol 6043 PETRONAS TATA MOTORS Genuine Oil - Axle Oil (For friction modi-
85W140 fier)

IOCL Servo Tata Motors Genuine Axle Oil - 85W


140
HPCL HP Gear oil XP 85W140 Tata Motors Genu-
ine Oil

REAR AXLE CASTROL Extra Long Life Rear Axle Oil 85W140
85W140 API-GL5
(Standard Differential) 1.68 Litres
Anglomol 6043 PETRONAS TATA MOTORS Genuine Oil - Axle Oil
85W140
IOCL Servo Tata Motors Genuine Axle Oil - 85W
140

212
TECHNICAL INFORMATION

Item Specification Company and Brand Qty.

HPCL HP Gear oil XP 85W140 Tata Motors Genuine Oil


CASTROL Extra Long Life Rear Axle Oil 85W140
85W140 API-GL5
LIVE FRONT AXLE 1.50 Litres
Anglomol 6043 PETRONAS TATA MOTORS Genuine Oil - Axle Oil
85W140
IOCL Servo Tata Motors Genuine Axle Oil - 85W 140

S-CCI Golden Cruiser Tata Genuine Brake Fluid (DOT4)


BRAKE / CLUTCH
SAE J 1703, DOT 4 CASTROL Brake fluid DOT 4 As required
FLUID
Petronas TUTELA Brake Fluid TOP 4 TM

213
TECHNICAL INFORMATION
Technical Specifications Rear Axle
Engine
Type ABS with LSD / ESP without LSD
Model TATA 2.2L VARICOR
Steering
Type Direct injection, Common rail, Turbo-
charged, Intercooled Diesel Engine Rack and Pinion steering with power assis-
Type
tance (Hydraulic).
No. Of Cylinders 4 inline Brakes
Capacity 2179 cc Vacuum assisted independent hydraulic
brakes on front & rear through tandem
Service Brake
1) 115 kW (156 Ps) @ 4000 +/- 100 master cylinder. Vacuum pump camshaft
rpm as per CMVR / 115 - (9) 1996 driven
Maximum En-
gine Output Ventilated disc brakes with twin pot cali-
2) 110 kW (150 Ps ) @ 4000 rpm as Front Brakes
per
per CMVR / 115 - (9) 1996
Rear Brake Disc brake - single pot caliper with DIH
1) 400 Nm @ 1750 - 2500 rpm as per Anti-lock Brak-
Maximum CMVR 115 - (9) 1996 ing System 4 channel , 4 sensors (For ABS)
Torque 2) 320 Nm @ 1500 – 3000 rpm as per (ABS)
CMVR 115 –(9) 1996
Electronic Sta-
Transmission bility Program 4 Channel, 4 Sensors & Other Sensors
1) G85, 6 Speed with overdrives. (ESP)
Lever type, Console mounted, Cable oper-
Model 2) Auto Transmission 6 speed (6L50) ated mechanical linkage acting on Rear
Parking Brake wheels through DIH.
3) GBS-76 -5 speed/ 4.1, MK-II with
overdrives

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Frame Electrical System


Ladder type cranked frame with Box System Voltage 12 Volts (-ve earth)
Type section members and welded cross
members Alternator Ca-
155 amps
Suspension pacity
Double wishbone type with coil springs Battery 12V, 75Ah/80Ah 20 Hrs
Front
over Shock Absorber.
Performance
Coil spring type 5 link rigid axle
Rear Max. Speed at
suspension 1) 170 kmph
rated
Hydraulic double acting telescopic 2) 180 kmph
Shock Absorber GVW
at Front & Rear
Grade Restarta-
Anti-roll Bar At both front & rear bility (at rated 43%
Wheels & Tyres GVW)
Passenger Radial, Tubeless. Max. gradeabil-
Tyres 1) 235/55 R19 (105 T) ity 61%
2) 235/70 R16 (105 S) (at rated GVW)
1) 7.5J X 19 Alloy
Wheel Rims Passenger Capacity
2) 6.5J X 16 Stylized Steel
Passenger Ca- Front Seat: Driver + 1,
No. of Wheels Front : 2 Rear : 2 Spare :1 pacity Middle Seat: 3 (Bench Seat, 60:40) or
Fuel Tank 2 (Captain Seats)
Capacity 60 Litres Rear Seat: 2 (Front Facing)

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Weights (Kg) Luggage Space


Gross Vehicle Net inside loading ~ 1000 mm wide x ~ 800 mm long
Variants Kerb Weight
Weight (GVW) space (with 4 passengers + Driver)
XM 4x2 (7 seater) 2738 2113
Main Chassis Dimension as per ISO:612 In mm
XM 4x2 (6 seater) 2719 2094 Wheel Base 2850
XT 4x2 (7 seater) 2806 2181 1) 1590 (with 19” tyres)
Track Front
XT 4x2 (6 seater) 2787 2162 2) 1580 (with 16” tyres)

XT 4x4 (7 seater) 2905 2280 1) 1560 (with 19” tyres)


Track Rear
2) 1550 (with 16” tyres)
XT 4x4 (6 seater) 2886 2261
Overall Length 4788 over rear bumper
XMA 4x2 (7 Seater) 2755 2130
Overall Height 1785
XMA 4x2 (6 Seater) 2736 2111
Max. Width 1900
XMA 4x4 (7 Seater) 2855 2230
Ground Clear- 1) 209 mm (unladen - with 19” tyres)
XMA 4x4 (6 Seater) 2836 2211 ance 2) 200 mm (unladen - with 16” tyres)
XTA 4x2 (7 Seater) 2800 2175
XTA 4x2 (6 Seater) 2781 2156
XE 4x2 (7 Seater) 2738 2113
XE 4x2 (6 Seater) 2719 2094

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Vehicle Dimensions

Refer ‘Technical Specifications’ for dimension

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VEHICLE CARE
VEHICLE CARE
Vehicle Care cleaners like ‘Stain remover’ which are
safe for paint surfaces. NOTE
Your vehicle is subjected to many external
Avoid wiping of painted surface in dry
influences such as climate, road condi- 5. Avoid substances like petrol, diesel,
condition as it may leave scratches
tions, industrial pollution and proximity to kerosene, benzene, thinner or other sol-
on the painted surface.
the sea. These conditions demand regu- vents that cause damage to paint.
lar care of the vehicle body. Dirt, insects, Cleaning of Carpets
6. Dry your vehicle thoroughly to prevent
bird droppings, oil, grease, fuel and stone
any damp spots. Vacuum clean the carpet regularly to re-
chippings should be removed as soon as
possible. 7. Rinse all surfaces thoroughly to prevent move dirt. Dirt will make the carpet wear
any traces of soap and other cleaners as out faster. Periodically shampoo the car-
Washing this may lead to the formation of stains on pet to keep it looking new.
Follow these tips while washing your vehi- the painted surface later. Use carpet cleaners (preferably foam
cle. type). Follow the instructions that come
Hand wash:
WARNING ! with the cleaner. Apply it with a sponge or
soft brush. Keep the carpeting as dry as
Do not direct high pressure washer
1. Always wash your vehicle in shade. possible by not adding water to the foam.
fluid/ water jets (Pressure above 0.5
2. Wash with mild vehicle wash soap like Bar) at electrical devices and con- Cleaning of Windows, Front and
‘Car Shampoo’ and use a soft bristle necter during washing. This is to pre- Rear Glasses
brush, sponge or soft cloth and rinse it fre- vent malfunction / failure of electrical
quently while washing to avoid scratches. system due to water ingress. Clean the windows inside and outside
with commercially available glass clean-
3. To avoid scratches, please wear soft After drying the vehicle, inspect it for ers.
gloves. Remove finger rings, nails, wrist chips and scratches that could allow cor-
watch while washing. rosion to start. Apply touch up paint where This will remove the haze that builds up
necessary. on the inside of windows. Use a soft cloth
4. To remove stubborn stains and con- or paper towels to clean all glass and plas-
taminants like tar, use turpentine or tic surfaces.

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RFID TAG is pasted on front windshield Polishing 5. Do not use household detergents to
from the inside. It enables Electronic toll clean the fabric.
collection. Polishes and cleaners can restore shine
to the painted surface that has oxidized 6. Always use clean cotton cloth for clean-
and become dull. They normally contain ing.
mild abrasives and solvents that remove
the top layer of the finish coat. Polish your Paint Care
vehicle, if the finish does not regain its Following guidelines will help you to pro-
original shine after using wax. tect your Vehicle from corrosion effec-
tively.
Interior fabric cleaning tips
NOTE 1. Stains should be treated immediately. Proper cleaning
Do not attempt to rip or tamper the If left for a long time, they can leave a per- In order to protect your vehicle from cor-
tag. It will disable the functionality of manent mark. rosion it is recommended that you wash
the tag. 2. Cleaning the stains immediately is im- your vehicle thoroughly and frequently in
portant especially for stains which contain case:
Waxing
artificial colors in the stain creating liquid  There is a heavy accumulation of dirt
Waxing and polishing is recommended to or semisolid substance. The colorant may and mud especially on the underbody.
maintain the gloss and wet-look appear- leave a stain if kept for longer time.  It is driven in areas having high atmos-
ance of your paint finish. pheric pollution due to smoke, soot,
3. Stain should not be removed by rub-
1. Use good quality polish and wax for bing. As far as possible, try to blot or lift dust, iron dust and other chemical pol-
your vehicle. the stain with cloth or plastic spatula and lutants.
then clean the remaining stain with cloth  It is driven in coastal areas.
2. Re-wax your vehicle when the water or sponge.  The underbody must be thoroughly
does not slip off the surface but collects pressure washed after every three
over the surface in patches. 4. If the stain has dried, then gently brush months.
off the material and then press with damp
cloth or sponge till it disappears.

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In addition to regularly washing your car, Remove wiper blade and root wiper arm
the following precautions need to be on windshield glass in the center position.
taken. Check the gap between arm strip and
glass.
Periodic Inspection
 Regularly inspect your vehicle for any
damage in the paint film such as deep
scratches and immediately get them
repaired from an authorized service
outlet, as these defects tend to accel-
erate corrosion.
 Inspect mud liners for damages.
 Keep all drain holes clear from clog-
ging.
WARNING !
Proper Parking
Do not attempt to remove dirt from a
 Always park your vehicle in shade to dry windshield with the wipers or you
protect it from harsh sunlight or in a can damage the windshield and the
well-ventilated garage so that there is wiper blades. Always wet the wind-
no dampness on any part of the vehi- shield with washer fluid before oper-
cle. ating the wipers.

Wiper care
Wiper blade attack angle on windshield
glass should be 90° i.e. perpendicular.

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EXTENDED WARRANTY
TATA MOTORS recommends the purchase of its extended warranty program.
Coverage - Mechanical + Electrical
Benefits
 Insures you against unforeseen break down repair bills.
 Documentation is simple and hassle free.
 Near cashless & speedy claim
Term
36 + 12 months or 150000 kms whichever occurs first
Extended Warranty is available in the dealership from where you have purchased your vehicle. We strongly recommend purchase of
Extended Warranty at time of purchase of your vehicle. Extended Warranty can be availed till 421 days from date of purchase of
vehicle. The Dealer Service Marketing Executive shall explain to you the Terms and conditions, Coverage and Owner’s responsibility.
Extended Warranty Booklet & Cover Note
The Extended Warranty booklet and cover note is the basis of the contract between TATA MOTORS LIMITED and the Owner of the
vehicle shown on the Extended Warranty booklet. The Customer is to retain this booklet and the same to be produced to the dealer
while claiming benefit s under Extended Warranty.
Note
 The 12 months extended warranty does not follow the 36 months Manufacturer's warranty.
 The extended warranty comes into force once the manufacturer’s warranty expires e.g. after 36 Months.
 It is more restrictive as by the time it comes into force the vehicle is already 36 months old.

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What is covered?
 Mechanical / Electrical break down as defined in this warranty and confirmed by the dealer within the stipulated terms
and conditions.
 TATA MOTORS dealer shall either rep air or replace any part found to be defective with a new p art or an equivalent at no cost to
the owner for p arts or labour.
 Such defective parts which have been replaced will become property of TATA MOTORS LIMITED.
 Comprehensive list of parts covered is mentioned in the page 9-12 of the Extended Warranty Booklet.
What is not covered?
Please refer the Extended Warranty Booklet for details of the exclusion list.
Owner’s Responsibility:
 Proper use, maintenance and care of the vehicle in accordance with the instructions contained in the Owner’s Manual and
 Service Booklet. The records of the same to be ensured in Owner’s Manual.
 Retention of maintenance service bills.

I / We have been explained the Terms and conditions, Coverage and Owner’s responsibility by the Dealer Service Marketing
Executive.
I wish to avail / Do not wish to avail extended warrant policy.

Customer’s Signature Dealer’s Signature

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VALUE ADDED SEVICES
Why are Corrosion Protection Waxes neces-
sary?
Corrosion is caused by:
Water / salt water acid rain & atmospheric fallouts.
Critical areas are:
 Cavities: joints, crevices, spot welds, underbody
 Corrosion is the most important factor when we talk about the vehicle life. If you treat your vehicle you can prolong the life.
 It is very dangerous to drive around in a corroded vehicle.
 The corrosion creeps onto the vehicle from the inside and from the outside. The most dangerous kind of corrosion is often not
discovered until it is too late.
Benefits of Anti - Rust treatment:
 A professionally applied range of world class products offering real value to the new and used vehicle customer.
 The treatment has been developed to withstand the harshest environmental and climatic conditions (rust. Pollutants, stone and
gravel impact, etc.)
 Insulate cabin space from external noises.
 Expensive tin work and Denting / Painting avoided.
 Higher resale value for the vehicle.
 Higher safety – uncorroded vehicle
 10 free checkups available

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Engine Wax Treatment
Engine Wax is a beige colored transparent lacquer coating on the engine compartment.
 Corrosion Prevention for the Engine compartment.
 Neat, clean and New Look to Engine compartment.
 No effect on MPFI vehicles.
 Engine wax can withstand upto 200 degrees temperature.
 No need of cleaning the engine compartment with diesel once engine wax is sprayed.
 Life of over a year.
Sound Deadening System
Door vibration deadeners - These pads when stuck on the insides of the sheet metal increase sheet metal rigidity, reduce vibrations
and increase riding comfort.
 Used for reducing the sheet metal vibration in a vehicle.
 Product to be used once in the life of the vehicle - Life Time Warranty
 Effect is life long i.e. until & unless pads are physically removed.
 Negligible increase in Weight & hence no effect on fuel consumption.
 Areas covered - four doors, rear quarter panels & dickey. In case of diesel vehicles, can be used in the bonnet.
TATA MOTORS has tied up with M/s Wurth, M/s Autokrom, M/s 3M India Lt d & M/s Bardahl for these world class treatment at
affordable prices. These treatments are available in all authorized workshops. The Dealer Service Marketing Executive will explain
to you the benefits and terms and conditions of this treatment.
I / We have been explained the Benefit s, Terms and conditions and the prices of these treatment s by the Dealer Service Marketing
Executive.
I wish to avail / Do not wish to avail extended warrant policy.

Customer’s Signature Dealer’s Signature


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Vehicle Exterior Enrichment
Why vehicles are painted?
 For Corrosion protection of the metal surfaces.
 Ease of application from other corrosion protection treatments.
 Cheaper than other corrosion protection methods e.g. Galvanizing, anodizing.
 For decoration and identification.
Various Environmental Hazards affecting paints
Environmental hazards: destroy your vehicle's finish.
Even as your new vehicle rolls off the assembly line, the paint is not protected.
The enemy
Ultraviolet Rays, Pollution, Tree Sap, Bird Droppings, Car Wash Chemicals, Road Salt, Acid Rain.
Benefits: Vehicle Exterior Enrichment
 Removal of medium stains and dirt from all interior parts of the vehicle i.e. carpet, upholstery and roof lining.
 Cleaning of windshield and all windows (inside and outside)
 Dressing of all internal plastics (e.g.: door pad trims) and rubber parts.
 The treatment involves cleaning and dressing of all parts of the exposed interiors.
 Specialized protection for seat fabric from liquid spills.
TATA MOTORS has tied up with M/s Wurth and M/s M/s Autokrom for this world class treatment at affordable prices. This treatment
is available in all authorized workshops. The Dealer Service Marketing Executive will explain to you the benefits and terms and
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Engine Flush treatment helps in
 Safely and effectively cleaning and removing oxidized particles and fluid contamination left behind from previous oil changes
 Preventing further deposits
 Freeing sticky lifters and rings
 Chemically “tuning” the engine during driving
 Restoring pep and power
 Removing sludge from valve train
 Promoting fuel economy and improving overall engine operation
Special products used for improving compression
To fortify new oil and seal rings for optimum performance, special products from BG (RF7) and Bardhal (Special Duty) are added to
new engine oil. This makes it suitable for petrol and diesel engine applications
Resulting in:
 Improved engine compression
 Increased power and increased fuel economy
 Reduced start-up wear
 Increased engine life, especially under severe service conditions
 Reduced emissions and oil consumption
 Improved power & performance of older engines
 Prevention of sludge, gum and varnish formation on engine parts both petrol & diesel engines

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Please note: These are symptomatic treatments to be availed beyond 20000 kms and only when you have problems in your car as
mentioned in first paragraph and are to be done only after you give your consent for carrying out these treatments.
TATA MOTORS has tied up with M/s HOEC Bardahl India Ltd and M/s BG for these world class treatment at affordable prices.
These treatments are available in all authorized workshops. The Dealer Service Marketing Executive will explain to you the benefits
and terms and conditions of this treatment.

I / We have been explained the Benefit s, Terms and conditions and the prices of these treatment s by the Dealer Service Marketing
Executive.
I wish to avail / Do not wish to avail extended warrant policy.

Customer’s Signature Dealer’s Signature

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WARRANTY
We WARRANT each TATA HEXA vehicle 3. Any part which is found to be defective accident or loading in excess of such
and parts thereof manufactured by us to and is replaced by us under the war- carrying capacity as certified by us, or
be free from defect in material and work- ranty shall be our property. such services as prescribed in our
manship subject to the following terms Owner's Manual are not carried out by
and conditions: 4. As for such parts as Tyres, Batteries, the buyer through our sales or service
Audio and / or Video equipment (if establishments, our authorized deal-
1. This warranty for engine (Varicor) fit-
any), etc. not manufactured by us but ers, service centres or service points.
ted in the vehicle shall be for a period supplied by other parties, this war-
of 36 months OR 1,50,000 kms,
ranty shall not apply, but buyers of the 6. This warranty shall not apply to the
whichever is earlier from the date of replacement of normal wear parts,
car shall be entitled to, so far as per-
sale of the vehicle. including without limitation, spark
missible by law, all such rights as we
The warranty for the rest of the vehicle may have against such parties under plugs, drive belts, hoses, wiper
shall be for a period of 36 months OR their warranties in respect of such blades, fuses, clutch disc, brake
1,00,000 kms, whichever is earlier parts. shoes, brake pads, cables and all
from the date of sale of the vehicle. rubber parts (except oil seal and
5. This warranty shall not apply if the car glass run).
2. Our obligation under this warranty or any part thereof is repaired or al-
shall be limited to repairing or replac- tered otherwise than in accordance 7. This warranty shall not cover any in-
ing, free of charge, such parts of the with our standard repair procedure or herent normal deterioration of the car
car which, in our opinion, are defec- by any person other than from our or any of its parts arising from the ac-
tive, on the car being brought to us or sales or service establishments, our tual use of the car or any damage due
to our dealers within the period. The authorized dealers, service centres or to negligent or improper operation or
parts so repaired or replaced shall service points in any way so as, in our storage of the car.
also be warranted for quality and judgment which shall be final and
workmanship but such warranty shall binding, to affect its reliability, nor 8. This warranty shall not apply to normal
be co-terminus with this original war- shall it apply if, in our opinion which maintenance services like oils & fluid
ranty. shall be final and binding, the car is changes, head lamps focusing, fas-
subjected to misuse, negligence, im- tener retightening, wheel balancing
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and alignment, tyre rotation, adjust- part and we neither assume, nor au- 15. We reserve our rights to make any
ment of valve clearance, fuel timing, thorize any person to assume on our change or modification in design of
ignition timing and consumables like behalf, any other liability arising from the car or its parts or to introduce any
bulbs, fuel, air & oil filters and gas the sale of the car or any agreement improvement therein or to incorporate
leaks in case of air conditioned cars. in relation thereto. in the car any additional part or acces-
sory at any time without incurring any
9. This warranty shall not apply to any 12. The buyer shall have no other rights obligation to incorporate the same in
damage or deterioration caused by except those set out above and have, the cars previously sold.
environmental pollution or bird drop- in particular, no right to repudiate the
pings. Slight irregularities not recog- sale, or any agreement or to claim any
nized as affecting the function or qual- reduction in the purchase price of the
ity of the vehicle or parts, such as car, or to demand any damages or
slight noise or vibration, defects ap- compensation for losses, incidental or
pearing only under particular or irreg- indirect, or inconvenience or conse-
ular operations are items considered quential damages, loss of car, or loss
characteristics of the vehicle. of time, or otherwise, incurred or ac-
crued.
10. This warranty shall be null and void if
the car is subjected to abnormal use 13. Any claim arising from this warranty
such as rallying, racing or participation shall be recognized only if it is notified
in any other competitive sport. This in writing to us or to our authorized
warranty shall not apply to any repair dealer without any delay soon after
or replacements as a result of acci- such defects as covered & ascer-
dent or collision. tained under this warranty.

11. This warranty is expressly in lieu of all 14. This warranty is fully transferable
warranties, whether by law or other- to subsequent vehicle owner. Only
wise, expressed or implied, and all unexpired remaining period of war-
other obligations or liabilities on our ranty applies.

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ENVIRONMENT SAFETY
TATA MOTORS LTD. is committed to produce vehicles using envi- Maintenance
ronmentally sustainable technology. A number of features have
been incorporated in TATA MOTORS passenger vehicles which  Ensure that recommended maintenance is carried out on the
have been designed to ensure environmental compatibility vehicle regularly at the Authorised Service Outlets.
throughout the life cycle of the vehicle. We would like to inform  As soon as you see any leakages of oil or fuel in the vehicle
you that your vehicle meets emission norms and this is being we recommend to get it attended immediately.
regularly validated at the manufacturing stages.  Use only recommended grades and specified quantity of lub-
ricants.
As a user you too can protect the environment by operating your  Get your vehicle checked for emission periodically by an au-
vehicle in a proactive manner. A lot depends on your driving style thorised dealer.
and the way you maintain your vehicle. We have given a few tips  Ensure that fuel filter, oil filter and breather are checked pe-
for your guidance. riodically and replaced, if required, as recommended by TATA
Driving MOTORS.
 Do not pour used oils or coolants into the sewage drains, gar-
 Avoid frequent and violent acceleration. den soil or open streams. Dispose the used filters and bat-
 Do not carry any unnecessary weight in the vehicle as it over- teries in compliance with the current legislation.
loads the engine. Avoid using devices requiring high power  Do not allow unauthorized person to tamper with engine set-
consumption during slow city traffic condition. tings or to carry modifications on the vehicle.
 Monitor the vehicle’s fuel consumption regularly and if show-  Never allow the vehicle to run out of fuel.
ing rising trend get the vehicle immediately attended at the  Parts like brake liners, clutch discs should be vacuum
Company’s Authorised Service Outlets. cleaned. Do not use compressed air for cleaning these parts
 Switch off the engine during long stops at traffic jams or sig- which may spread dust in the atmosphere.
nals. If you need to keep the engine running, avoid unneces-
sary revving it up or stopping and starting.
 It is not necessary to rev up the engine before turning it off
as it unnecessarily burns the fuel.
 Shift to higher gears as soon as it is possible. Use each gear
upto 2/3rd of its maximum engine speed.

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While carrying out servicing or repairs of your vehicle, you
should pay keen attention to some of the important engine
aggregates and wiring harness which greatly affect emis-
sion. These components are:
 Fuel injection equipment’s - pump, rail, injectors, nozzles
and high pressure pipes.
 Air Intake & Exhaust system, especially for leakages.
 Cylinder head for valve leakage.
 All filters such as air, oil and fuel filters (check periodically).
 Turbocharger
 EGR system and components
 Electrical connections
 If the ‘Check Engine’ and ‘MIL’ lamp continuously glows,
please take the vehicle to a TATA MOTORS authorized ser-
vice outlet.
 EMS wiring harness i.e. electrical connections to all sen-
sors and actuators.
This Owner’s manual contains further information on driving pre-
cautions and maintenance care leading to environment protec-
tion. Please familiarize yourself with these aspects before driv-
ing.

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SERVICE COUPONS
VEHICLE SERVICE
Vehicle Record

Km. reading Fuel filled Fuel consumption Remarks / complaints

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Record of Warranty Repairs Carried Out

Repair reading Particulars of Repair Servicing Dealer’s Signature


Date Odometer
(km) Order No. & Stamp

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Record of Services Performed

Recommended Servicing Dealer’s Signature &


Date Odometer Reading Repair Order No.
Service Stamp

At km.
PDI

5,000

10,000

20,000

30,000

40,000
50,000

60,000

70,000

80,000

90,000

1,00,000

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Chassis No. ………………......... At the time of delivery of vehicle, please ensure that
Engine No. ……………………… pre-delivery inspection has been carried out as per
details given in the SERVICE SCHEDULE.
Gear Box No. ……………………
Chassis No. ……………….........
At 10,000-10500 km OR 6 months whichever is earlier FREE
Engine No. ………………………
Please bring your vehicle for this service FREE LABOUR
Gear Box No. ……………………
As per details given in the SERVICE SCHEDULE LABOUR
WORK DONE TO MY SATISFACTION WORK DONE TO MY SATISFACTION

Sign. Of customer……………………….
Speedo Reading …………………….Km. seal O.K./ Broken
Speedo Reading …………………….Km. seal O.K./ Broken
R.O. No. ……………………………………..Date……………
R.O. No. ……………………………………..Date……………
Dealer’s / Authorised Service Centre’s
Dealer’s / Authorised Service Centre’s
Stamp & Signature…………………………………………….
Stamp & Signature…………………………………………….

Chassis No. ………………......... Chassis No. ……………….........


Engine No. ………………………
Engine No. ………………………

At 20,000-20500 km OR 12 months whichever is earlier At 5,000-5,500 km OR 3 months whichever is earlier


Please bring your vehicle for this service FREE Please bring your vehicle for this service FREE
As per details given in the SERVICE SCHEDULE LABOUR As per details given in the SERVICE SCHEDULE LABOUR
WORK DONE TO MY SATISFACTION WORK DONE TO MY SATISFACTION

Sign. Of customer………………………. Sign. Of customer……………………….


Speedo Reading …………………….Km. seal O.K./ Broken Speedo Reading …………………….Km. seal O.K./ Broken
R.O. No. ……………………………………..Date…………… R.O. No. ……………………………………..Date……………
Dealer’s / Authorised Service Centre’s Dealer’s / Authorised Service Centre’s
Stamp & Signature……………………………………………. Stamp & Signature…………………………………………….