• Q. How is the performance of this car?

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    Dillip
    Dillip | 2 years ago

    The S-Presso is available in BS6-compliant petrol and CNG models, both of which are powered by the 1.0-litre K10B motor, which develops 68PS in petrol mode and 59PS in CNG mode. Like before, the motor is responsive and has a linear tug from low engine speeds, making it great for in-city commutes. In fact, the motor’s drivability is so impressive that you can stay in third gear from as low as 20kmph without any judders or vibration from the motor. Out on the highway, the motor has no hiccups getting up to 80-100kmph, and staying there all day long. But ask more from the engine and it begins to feel strained and coarse. The engine gets noisy past 3500rpm and there is a lot of road noise seeping in the cabin too. Add that the sound insulation isn't particularly great, and it’s best you tackle highway commutes at sedate speeds. The S-Presso’s 5-speed manual gearbox is crisp and snappy to use. The light and short-throw allow you to execute a quick shift with ease, and this reduces the stress on the driver even further. We also sampled the AMT version of the S-Presso. Whether it be ambling along in the city or even cruising steadily on the highway, this gearbox works really well. Another aspect where the S-Presso really surprises you is the way it tackles our ever broken roads. At low speeds, you do feel the lightness of the chassis and the firmness of the suspension as it feels a bit skittish over a broken patch of road. But to our surprise, if you tackle the same patch at a higher speed, the S-Presso just glides over the imperfections. The suspension does well to soften the blows from potholes even on the highway. But being tall and narrow, it’s better to drive at a sensible pace, and not change lanes in a hurry either. For a better understanding of compatibility and driving comfort, we would suggest you to take a test drive. Follow the link and select your desired city for dealership.

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  • 3.3
    comfortable for 4 people

    comfortable for 4 people headrest need go be added no torque and power when required light weight vehicle shakes at 140kmph mileage 12-13 in city and highway around 17-18 at constant speed with Addiquet ac running Bouldsters seats needs to be added and light color interior needs to improve due to heat absorption can't able to sit in the car at daytime and rear power window needs to be added like celerio breaking is good and vehicle stability is okay upto 100-110 kmph speed due to high ground clerance and light vehicle need to handle properly upgrading for bike to car or want to learn to drive a car I can suggest for spresso or want to travel in city traffic with easy driving can go for this car very comfortable for city rides due to it's size and road presence anyone can understand the road conditions easily and has a best boot space to carry the luggage didn't feel the lag once the vehicle load is full and was driving good the clutch pedal needs to be calibrated it's gets hard on city roads using frequently for all maruti cars under 1.0 and 1.2 liter engine vehicle

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  • 3.7
    Spresso is very good I have

    Spresso is very good i have driven my car around 25, 000 km very reliable.Fuel efficient, Mileage around 24 km in highway and 19-20 km average in bumper to bumper traffic.Maintanance is very low and easy to handle vehicle.Just suggested to run in 80km speed as due to its boxy body not recommended high speeds.

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  • Best Car

    The Spresso is excellent; I've driven mine for around 25,000 km, and it's been incredibly reliable. It's fuel-efficient, achieving around 24 km/l on the highway and averaging 19-20 km/l in bumper-to-bumper traffic. Maintenance is minimal, and it's easy to handle. I recommend sticking to speeds around 80 km/h because its boxy body isn't suited for high speeds.

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  • Friend espresso

    I have drive my friend espresso several time, This is an amazing car and mileage is really good.Go with this car without any doubt.

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  • Awesome Car

    My experience with the Lord Spresso spans over four years and more than 40,000 kilometers, and it's been nothing short of fabulous. This impressive car caters to both genders, offering an easy drive in the city, rural areas, rough hill roads, and highways alike. Even on prolonged journeys, comfort is never compromised, thanks to its generous ground clearance and ample leg, head, and knee room. With a remarkable mileage of over 24 km/l at 100 km/h speed with AC on, powered by a smooth and potent engine, the driving experience is unmatched. High-speed braking on the highway is exceptional, providing confidence and safety. Additionally, accessorizing the Lord Spresso enhances its already gorgeous appearance, making it an ideal family-friendly car with zero maintenance hassles. For those seeking value for money, I highly recommend the Lord Spresso without any hesitation. You're bound to be impressed and thoroughly enjoy your drives with family and friends.

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