Comparison: Mahindra Supro Minitruck vs. Tata Ace Gold

Have a look at the comparison between the two best selling Mini Trucks in the market: Mahindra Supro Minitruck vs. Tata Ace Gold.

The Mahindra Supro Minitruck is a great light duty truck and falls below the Maxitruck sibling. It comes with a payload capacity of 850 kilograms, which is good enough for transporting the goods within the city. The cabin is good enough for just the driver and co-driver and does not have air-conditioning too. Tiltable power steering and adjustable driver seat are the notable interior features. The braking system is handled by the hydraulic brakes.

The Tata Ace Gold is a perfect replica of all the goodness of the standard Ace. It has a very compact body that is very convenient to handle. The Tata Ace Gold is powered by a 0.7-litre IDI two-cylinder engine which is compliant with the BS-IV emission norms. The engine can generate up to 16 bhp of power at 3,200 rpm along with a peak torque of 39 Nm, which comes at 2,000 rpm. The produced power is channelled to the wheels via a manual gearbox, which is assisted by a single-plate dry-friction diaphragm clutch.

Mahindra Supro Minitruck Tata Ace Gold
Engine Direct Injection diesel Engine 2 Cylinder, 702 cm3 IDI Engine
Emission Norms BS-IV BS-IV
Max Power 26 bhp @ 2600 rpm 16 bhp @ 3200 rpm
Max Torque 55 Nm @ 1800-2200 rpm 39 Nm @ 2000 rpm
Transmission Manual Manual
Displacement (cc) 909 702
Gearbox 4-Speed GBS 65-4/6.31
Fuel Tank (Litres) 33 30
Suspension Leaf Spring Parabolic leaf spring
Brakes Hydraulic Brakes Disc-Drum
Seating Capacity D+1 D+1

Power Steering

Mechanical Steering


With these specifications in mind, which one will you choose?

Pro Tip: For commercial vehicles, it is important to have AIS-140 devices installed within to comply with government’s mandates!

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