Tata has unveiled its Jump compact SUV which is renamed as Nexon. It will be based on the platform of X1 which is used in the Vista, upcoming Falcon hatchback and also the compact sedan. It is expected to offer both petrol and diesel engine options. It will get a a 1.2-liter Revotron engine from the recently launched Revotron engine family and the engine can develop maximum power of 100 bhp.It is expected to get diesel engine option also. It will come with power steering option. It is expected to be launched in India by 2015. We can expect the price of this SUV is Rs 7,00,000. The vehicle is likely to be showcased at the Geneva show. The Sub 4 meter SUV will take on Ford Ecosport.
Power to Weight ratio
Tata Jump is available in 1 variants. View below listing of variants based on their fuel type. Upcoming variants of Jump are also listed here.
Tata Jump Petrol Variants
1193 cc,1.2 litre, Revotron, turbo-petrol engineAdd to compare
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"The prime specs of Tata Jump are listed here. The overall length, width of the car should give you an idea about parking space it require. The ground clearance (lowest part of the car to the ground) will give you the measure of water wading capability and confidence of Jump's capability to run over potholes and speed breakers. However GC (ground clearance) won't tell everything. Other important factors like approach angle, breakover angle and departure angle is required to assess the cars' ability to run in rained indian roads and light off road tracks.Engine specs of Jump are also listed here. With the power (in bhp) and torque (Nm) figures the most important ratios - power to weight ratio of Jump and torque to weight ratio. The displacement (in cc) is the measure of cubic capacity of the engine. Earlier there was a notion, larger engines produce more power and torque however with the invention of advanced technologies this is no longer true."
Prime Dimensions Of Tata Jump
Tyre And Wheels Of Tata Jump
Engine Specification Of Tata Jump
|Power To Weight Ratio||INF bhp/ton|
|Specific Output||83.82 bhp/litre|
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