Everything you need to Know about the All New Tata MegaPixel

Tata MegaPixel is the most anticipated hybrid hatchback car expected to be launched in India by the end of 2017. The car was first launched at 82nd Geneva Motor Show. The hatchback is another ambitious model soon to be rolled out by the TATA Motors. The car will give a mileage of 100kmpl in just 1 litre. The car is designed keeping in mind the necessities of an Indian family and is absolutely environment-friendly. BP Auto Spares India, largest Tata Spare Parts dealer in the country is here to give you a quick brief on the features and specifications of this car.

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The car is designed on an innovative “Indian Global” concept with sophisticated styling of the exteriors. What gives this hatchback a look of a “global car” is the stylish front bumper, elegant designing of the headlights and gracing the chrome grille of the car is the logo of TATA in the center. The wide panoramic roof with a bold design of the windshield and the bonnet and the clever designing of the dickey door is something to look for in the all new TATA MegaPixel. The sharp taillights highlight and enhance the overall look of the car.


In terms of styling of the interiors, you will witness everything modern, stylish and hi-tech. From the upholstery to the instrument panel everything is to the point and of superior quality. The hatchback can easily accommodate four passengers. The instrument panel will house a touch screen command center displaying key parameters of the vehicle and an infotainment system. In addition to this, the car also features the leather and rose metal trims and double sliding doors.


The car employs a single-cylinder engine which is capable of delivering 100 kmpl in just 1 litre under combined driving mode.

Engine and Transmission

Engine Description L-ion Battery + 325cc Petrol
Maximum Power 30bhp (petrol)
Maximum Torque NA
Fuel Type Petrol
Gearbox 4 Automatic

Expected Price

Tata MegaPixel is expected to be priced between 2-5 lakh range.

How to change Windshield Wiper Blades?

Windshield wipers play a very significant role in providing an unrestricted view of the road ahead to the drivers and needlessly to say, it is one of the most crucial safety factors in any vehicle. Windshield wiper blades are rubber made, so they naturally wear out after few years of wiping clean rain, dust and snow from the windshield. You can either take your car to the local mechanic to get your wiper blades changed or you can follow these simple steps grounded by the experts of Bp Auto Spares India, largest Man Truck Parts dealers to replace them yourself.


1. Buy two new wiper blade inserts of the accurate length.

2. See your car’s owner manual for any specific information regarding the wiper blades

3. Get a pair of needle nose pliers

4. Now park your car and press the parking brake.

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1. Before you start, keep the vehicle on, engine off and turn on the wipers.

2. You can turn the ignition off, once the blades are in verticle position, so you can have easy access.

3. The parts you’ll be generally working with are the wiper arms made of metal and the wiper blade insert, the rubber hand that fits into the wiper arm’s grooves.

4. Carefully pull the wiper arms away from the windshield. When your pull is far enough, the wipers will automatically lock into a service position, after which you no longer have to continue holding them.

5. If your wiper’s don’t lock into a service position automatically, then you have to manually pull out the locking tab at the base of the wiper arm, where the arm connects to the pivot.

6. Start with the wiper arm at the driver’s side, turn the blade at an angle from the wiper arm.

7. Now, squeeze the blade’s tab/ lock pin at the base of the wiper arm to release the wiper blade. You can take help of needle nose pliers to remove rigid blades.

8. Now slowly slide the blade out to remove it from the arm.

9. Now, attach the new wiper blade to the wiper arm. Squeeze it into place by pulling the tab through the bottom of the arm.

10. When you hear a ticking sound, it’s installed.

Great Tips to Protect Your Car Paint

Getting a new paint job done isn’t that easy. It can be extremely expensive and also reduces  the resale value of your car. Who doesn’t want a good, well maintained car paint that can actually attract attention? Everyone I guess! Well then just don’t unload the entire burden of keeping your car paint new and polished on your car experts or car service station. Your car, your care. So ultimately it’s your responsibility to contribute in maintaining that amazing shine and color coat.

BP Auto Spares India, has been in the business of supplying Tata Spares parts including Tata Indica Parts, Tata Indigo Parts for many years  and they very well understand what it takes to keep your car in pristine condition inside and out. That is why they have grounded certain useful pointers to help car owners maintain their car’s paint job.

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Well then, let’s just dig in!

A car cover can do wonders: It is the most basic but most useful thing to begin with for maintaining the paint of your car. If you are parking your car in an open area or on the street, it is recommended to always cover your car with the car cover. This way your car’s paint will be protected from dust, solid particles, grime and from sun damage. Even if it is parked in a garage, it is advisable to cover it, to protect it from alien elements.

Frequent Washing: Scheduling weekly car wash is advisable. The task includes using a car shampoo and thoroughly washing your car tires, exteriors and wiping down interiors, windshield and window glass area.  If you witness bird shit on your car, just wash it away immediately and thoroughly with water. Never use household detergents or liquid soap cleaners to wash your car. They are acidic and harsh in nature and can severely rupture your car’s paint.

Drying your car after wash is mandatory: People go negligent after washing their cars and choose to leave them sloppy and wet, which is a big mistake. Majority of people reckon that the car will dry naturally, but this is where  the car paint will get damaged. Choosing not to dry your car will leave white water marks on the surface that will make your hard work go waste. Make use of a microfiber towel or a weave drying towel that would absorb the water to dry your car.

Cleanse with a clay bar: Make use of a clay bar to clean your car. Clay bar can help you get rid of the unseen alien elements that are stubbornly struck in the paint of your car. Clay bars are beneficial for removing infinitesimal dust particles that may not be visible to the naked eye.  Clay bar cleansing of the car must be followed by a wax polish to sustain the cleanliness.

You need to adamantly follow these tips to protect the paint and shine of your car. But do lets us know which of these tips work best for you in the comments box below.

Tips for Desert Driving: Part 2

Driving through the deserts can be a fun and exciting experience for motorists but it also has the tendency to turn into a bad experience altogether if you are not prepared to handle the emergencies. To make off-roading a memorable experience, let’s continue with the tips for desert driving to master the sands of beautiful deserts.

We’ve mentioned this before also that SUVs and trucks are considered best for desert driving because of their much high clearance than standard cars. So in case if you are planning to hit the deserts don’t forget to visit BP Auto Spares India for strong and vigorous car and truck spare parts including Mahindra trucks parts, Mahindra Bolero Parts, Mahindra Scorpio Parts and many more.

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  • It is always recommended to travel in groups or even better in convoys.
  • In extremely isolated or remote areas it is advisable to add an extra car to your convoy, fully stacked with emergency supplies and be ready as a back-up vehicle.
  • Be very careful of flooding. During rains, low and small water crossings can be completely washed out or unusable. Summer thunderstorms can also wipe out entire roadways.
  • Be aware of quicksand. When the water in the sand cannot escapes, it creates a muggy, liquefied soil that looses strength and cannot support weight. It is usually found in small, shallow patches and can pose a danger to motorists.
  • Watch out for soft, fine and loose sand. Move ahead on foot to inspect how large the soft section is. If you don’t have another car accompanying you or a tow chain, be very careful about attempting to cross that loose patch.
  • Mud at river or creek crossings can also land you in trouble. Some sorts of mud have a tendency to even stop a 4WD vehicle.
  • Cross a river or a creek with utmost caution. First inspect the firmness and depth of the river and creek crossing on foot. If water is too deep and muddy, then don’t try to cross it, you could easily be swept away.

Now step out there, follow these desert driving tips, be safe and enjoy the beauty of the desert.

5 Ways to Fight Motion Sickness

??????????????????????If you have this annoying sickness for cars, you most likely fear each and every long road trip. It can badly affect your entire commute and a fun and exciting time with your friends and family. Motion sickness or kinetosis is a medical condition some people experience when they’re travelling in automobiles, boats, airplane, train and anything in motion. The most common symptoms accompanying motion sickness includes dizziness, fatigue, cold sweats, and nausea. So how do you go about fighting motion sickness head on?

BP Auto Spares India, a leading name in automobile spare parts industry, delivering Suzuki Spare parts, naming Suzuki Celerio Parts, SX4 Parts, and Alto auto parts for quite some time now, has grounded some simple tips and tricks for you to enjoy your car ride, sickness-free.

Suzuki-Spare-PartsTry Changing Your Seat: The driver of a car is less prone to motion sickness than a passenger; this is because a driver is using all his motor functions to drive a car and can identify motion. Putting yourself behind the wheel can help curb that nauseous feeling up to a great extent. If you don’t know driving and must sit as a passenger, then try sitting in a front seat and looking at the horizon.

Restrain Food Consumption: Limit your consumption of food, drinks and alcohol before and during the travel. Avoid too much alcohol, smoking, food or liquids that don’t align with your digestive system and makes you feel generously full. Food with rich smell, greasy, heavy, or spicy may worsen the symptoms of nausea or motion sickness.

Decide your Position: Decide a position or a seat where you’ll experience the least motion. In the middle of an airplane as well as in the lower level cabins of a ship near the centre, experience considerably less amount of motion. Separate yourself from others who may be suffering from motion sickness.

Enhance Sensory Congruence: When you feel the symptoms of motion sickness approaching, lie down in order to help your sensory system become concord. On a train sit in a front facing seat, in a car or a boat fixate your gaze on the horizon or on a fixed point. The more you equalize your sensory use, the less likely you are to get nauseas.

Take help of “Ginger”: Studies suggest that ginger is the #1 cure for fighting motion sickness. Consume 1 or 2 grams of ginger ½ an hour before travelling. But if you are on blood thinning medicines, you better consult your doctor first.

5 Fuel Efficient Diesel Cars in India

We Indians are deeply inclined towards fuel efficient cars and to keep up with the rising expectations for such vehicles, automakers are working relentlessly to bring in new car models that claim to deliver incredible fuel efficiency.  It isn’t debatable that diesel engined cars are more fuel efficient than petrol cars, but with technological advancements, petrol cars are now able to deliver increased fuel economy. Here is a list of the Best Mileage diesel cars in India, curated by BP Auto Spares India, Exporters of Auto Parts in India, including Tata Indigo Parts, Tata Indica Parts and many more,  based on the ARAI certified fuel efficiency figures, and no surprises here, it’s comprised entirely of hatchbacks and compact sedans.

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Maruti Ciaz SHVS

Maruti Ciaz SHVS is positioned at the top of the best mileage diesel cars in India list with 28.09 kmpl mileage. It houses a 1.3 L MultiJet engine that makes 90 PS and 200 Nm.

Engine Type/ Displacement 1.3 L DDiS200 with Mild Hybrid Tech
Power 89 BHP
Torque 200 Nm
Transmission (Gearbox) 5-speed manual
Mileage 28.09 kpl (claimed)
Price Rs. 7.73 – 9.64 lakhs


Maruti Baleno

Just below Maruti Ciaz SHVS is Maruti Baleno in our list of best mileage diesel cars in India with 27.39 KMPL mileage. It employs the same 1.3 diesel as the Swift/Dezire.

Engine Type/ Displacement 1.2 L Petrol/1.3 L diesel
Power 83 bhp/74 bhp
Torque 115 Nm/190 Nm
Transmission (Gearbox) 5-speed MT or CVT (Petrol Only)
Mileage 21.7 km/l (P); 27.39 km/l (D)

Honda Jazz

The 3rd in queue in our list of best mileage diesel cars in India is Honda Jazz powered by 1.5 L Diesel engine that also powers Amaze, BR-V and the City.

Engine Type/ Displacement 1.5 L i-DTEC Diesel
Power 98 BHP
Torque 200 Nm
Transmission (Gearbox) 6-speed manual
Mileage 27.30 kpl (claimed)
Price Rs. 7.00-9.10 lakh

TATA Tiago

Tata’s brand new hatchback Tiago, with 1.05 L diesel mill generate a mileage of 27.28 kmpl.

Engine Type/ Displacement 1.05 L Revotorq Diesel
Power 69 BHP
Torque 140 Nm
Transmission (Gearbox) 5-speed manual
Mileage 27.28 kpl (claimed)
Price Rs. 3.95 – 5.61 lakh

Maruti Ignis

Grabbing 5th spot on thelist of best mileage diesel cars in India is Maruti Ignis powered by the same 1.3 L diesel as every other Maruti product on this list with a 5-speed manual as well as a 5-speed AMT.

Engine Type/ Displacement 1.3 L Multijet Diesel
Power 74 BHP
Torque 190 Nm
Transmission (Gearbox) 5-speed manual/5-speed AMT
Mileage 26.83 kpl (claimed)
Price Rs. 6.39 – 7.46 lakh

 In case you are planning to buy any of the above models, don’t forget to visit BP Auto Spares India for powerful and well-build Spare Parts.


It doesn’t matter whether your car has 1,500 miles or 15,000 miles on it, you should have these basic safety and repair essentials on hand for your own safety and of those travelling with you. Your car is most probably and quite often home to a cup of coffee, few take out bags, a handful of stale French fries, and more sticky coins than you can count. But is it stocked with everything you need in case of an emergency or mishap? I doubt!

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Some of us keep nothing in our car trunks while others keep their trunks packed to the brim. BP Auto Spares India has been in the business of supplying Mahindra Parts for quite long and to make your next road cruise safe and secure have put together a checklist of things we think every car owner should always have on hand.

Tools for Tire Change: The most basic set of supplies on our list must always be a spare tire, tire iron, a lug wrench, a tire jack and some WD-40 for convenience. If you already have these essentials on board, then you possibly have everything you need to change a flat tire.

Tire Inflator: The next in our list of car essentials is a car inflator or sealer. The branded ones like Fix-a-Flat can help you patch a leaky tire swiftly, making it a very handy item for your car.

Jumper Cables: Dead batteries are dreadful and can happen to the best of us. Well guess what! We have found you a way to jump-start your car. Pack an emergency battery booster that always proves useful for such disturbances.

Your Car manual: Car owners hardly pay much attention to the one book that came with the car that they never peaked a glance at. Oh yes, the car manual, which should be in the glove compartment already. However boring and useless it might look, it might just save the day for you.

Tire Pressure Gauge: Keep on repeating this mantra “checking tire pressure on a regular basis can improve handling, increase fuel economy, promote tire longevity, and even save lives.”

Still in case whenever you ever find yourself in a positions where your spare parts are in no position to make a comeback, visit BP Auto Spares India and strike that problem away.

How to Prep your Tires before Driving Off-Road

Want to explore the wilderness of the deserts in hot summer days? Want to touch those icy mountains in the harsh winter conditions? Then you must prepare your car, most importantly your tires for such thrilling expeditions. Tires are an integral part of a car, a safety feature and the only contact between your car and the pavement below. Make sure you opt for tires that give excellent control over your vehicle, no matter the conditions you are subjecting them to.

Bp Auto Spares India, a leading dealer of auto spares in India including Spare Parts For Tata Telcoline, TATA Indica and TATA Indigo, have put together a list of 6 tips for getting more out of your tires off-road.

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Let’s open the Pandora box!

  1. One thing that is most important and extremely common but is rarely adhered to is that you should drive carefully. This means not subjecting your vehicle to sharp cornering, rapid acceleration and sudden braking, which puts a lot of strain on your tires both in short and long-term sense. Driving a 4WD doesn’t imply that your vehicle isn’t prone to wear and tear.
  2. Applying brakes when you have just hit the potholes or other obstructions will not help you. Apply the brake as you approach and then release it just before hitting it. This will allow your tires to roll during impact, which in turn will diminish the possibility of external damage.
  3. In addition to the above point, in case you hit an extremely large pothole or object during your travels, take your car for tire inspection upon return. Collision incidents can cause internal damage to the tires that often goes unnoticed.
  4. Overloading your car will only put uncalled for strain on your tires and is a disaster waiting to happen. When your car is stuffed to the brim, the excessive weight can create heat inside your tires, resulting in sudden tire failures. Never try to cross the optimum load rating of your tires, which you can find on the side walls of the tire.
  5.  Treat your tires properly even when you are not using them. Store them in a cool, dry place away from excessive heat or sunlight. Because too much heat or sunlight will deteriorate the rubber and compromise your tires’ longevity.

Just follow these 5 tire maintenance mantras and they are ready to hit any kind of weather conditions.

8 Tips for Driving in Snow

Ice or snow create hazardous road conditions that are considered dangerous to drive in. But still you can explore the icy mountains in the harshest winter conditions or plan a short trip to an icy city by simply taking care of few things. Ice driving is blissful but is often packed with lots of pros and cons that everybody must adhere to. There are few techniques you can use to make sure you stay as safe as you possibly can while driving in snow.

Here are few safety tips compiled by BP Auto Spares India, a leading name in spare parts industry, delivering Suzuki Alto Parts, SX4 parts, Celerio parts to customers across globe, to help you master the art of snow driving. Let’s dive straight in.

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  1. Inspect all local speed limits, no matter what the weather conditions are. Always keep control of your vehicle to avoid sudden misbalances and ice potholes.
  1. Don’t apply sudden brakes. Front and rear tires jam easily, especially when you insert too much pressure at once.
  1. When driving in snow, be easy on acceleration to keep from spinning out of control.
  1. When your visibility is restricted, which is often in these conditions, drive with your low beams on.
  1. Use your car’s heater and fan simultaneously with the AC to keep your windshields clear for unrestricted view.
  1. Avoid sudden braking when going around a corner. Brake before hitting the turn and then gradually accelerate out of it.
  1. Try to keep your car in one gear and only switch gears when you have to. Kick start in first or second gear before ascending or descending.
  1. When visibility is very bad and you can’t even make out the road safety markers before you, pull off to the side and turn on your hazard lights.

For more tips and advice, visit Bp Auto Spares India blog section or simply contact us. We are available 24×7.

5 Fuel Efficient Petrol Cars in India

Ok, let’s just face the fact head on, petrol prices aren’t coming down anytime soon and even if they do, there isn’t going to be any drastic downfall. Continuous driving and increased driving distance has significantly added to the petrol bills we are witnessing today. In a nutshell, petrol prices is a lost cause and will get more expensive with each day that passes by. So it’s time to take some relevant steps towards this lost cause, starting from the cars we choose to drive. Since we can’t do anything constructive with the petrol prices, it’s time to buy or consider driving those models that are most fuel efficient in India and we are talking about petrol variants here.

BP Auto Spares India, the largest exporter of TATA Spare Parts in India, has compiled a list of India’s most fuel efficient petrol cars that every driver today must know about.

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Renault Kwid – 25.17 kpl

This premium crossover has grabbed lot of attention in regards to its appearance, incredible space, advance features and impressive mileage.

Engine Type/ Displacement 799 cc Petrol
Power 53 BHP
Torque 72 Nm
Transmission (Gearbox) 5-speed manual
Mileage 25.17 kpl (claimed)
Price Rs. 2.65 – 3.80 lakh

Datsun redi-GO – 25.17 kpl

Reanult Kwid and Datsun Redi-Go both share the same CMF-A platform, same engine and of course same fuel mileage of 25.17 kpl.


Engine Type/ Displacement 799 cc Petrol
Power 53 BHP
Torque 72 Nm
Transmission (Gearbox) 5-speed manual
Mileage 25.17 kpl (claimed)
Price Rs. 2.42 – 3.52 lakh

Maruti Alto 800 – 24.7 kpl

Maruti Alto 800 is the bestselling car in India and apparently most fuel efficient too.  Positioned above Alto K10 and Celerio and second to  Kwid/redi-GO, the car is powered with 796cc petrol motor which produces 47.3 bhp and 69 Nm torque.

Engine Type/ Displacement 796 cc Petrol
Power 47 BHP
Torque 69 Nm
Transmission (Gearbox) 5-speed manual
Mileage 24.7 kpl (claimed)
Price Rs. 2.47 – 3.32 lakh

Maruti Alto K10 – 24.07 kpl

The interiors might not be as appealing as the previous model, but you simply can’t ignore the specifications of its engine. The car houses 1.0 litre K-Series motor which makes 67 bhp and 90 Nm torque.

Engine Type/ Displacement 998 cc Petrol
Power 67 BHP
Torque 90 Nm
Transmission (Gearbox) 5-speed manual/5-speed AMT
Mileage 24.07 kpl (claimed)
Price Rs. 3.27 – 4.13 lakh


Tata Tiago – 23.84 kpl

Now, here comes TATA’s most furl efficient model with an ARAI certified 23.84 kpl. The model is priced between Rs. 3.24 lakh and 4.99 lakh and comes packed with features.

Engine Type/ Displacement 1199 cc Petrol
Power 69 BHP
Torque 114 Nm
Transmission (Gearbox) 5-speed manual
Mileage 23.84 kpl (claimed)
Price Rs. 3.24 – 4.99 lakh

In case you are planning to buy any of the above models, don’t forget to visit BP Auto Spares India for powerful and well-build spare parts.