A subsidiary of Sonalika Group, ICML offers a single model in its product portfolio, christened Extreme. ICML Extreme is available in three body styles-MUV, Ambulance and School Van. It has a boxy semblance and yje cabin is available with a choice of seven, eight, nine and ten seat layout. Mechanicals powering Extreme include two diesel engines in BS III and BSIV versions.
ICML Extreme has a large cabin with an option for seven, eight, nine and ten seat configuration, although in terms of equipment it gets handful of in-cabin tech missing out on features such as steering mounted control, height adjuster, Bluetooth etc. Exterior styling is elementary with boxy contours and dual-tone colour scheme.
ICML Extreme Exterior
Compared to rivals in the segment, Extreme sports a simple design with most of the attention given to the face. The bonnet is placed a tad low than usual and front profile is dominated by silver finish. Embossed fenders and small tyres do not add much value to the side facet. Similarly, the rear end gets ordinary styling in line with other facets of the MUV.
ICML Extreme Interior
Cabin is spacious, but lacks styling features and equipment available in rivalling models. The dual-tone dashboard with mounted round AC vents looks dated. Centre console sports a LCD screen placed between AC vents and chunky temperature dials. The cabin also packs blue backlit instrument cluster, glove-box and a three-spoke steering wheel.
ICML Extreme Engine Specifications & Transmission
Extreme is powered by the 2.0 litre, four cylinder, CRDFI engine putting out 120bhp at 4000rpm and 270Nm of torque at 2500rpm. There is another 2.0 litre oil burner that comes equipped with turbocharged intercooled direct injection. It makes 98bhp at 3600rpm and 240Nm between 2000rpm to 2500rpm. Both the engines are available in BSIII and BSIV versions.
ICML Extreme Features
Styling features equipped on the outside are roof rails, body coloured outside door handles, wheel caps on select variants, side foot-steps for easy ingress & egress, cladding.
ICML Extreme Performance & Mileage
Powered by the 2.0 litre oil burner, fuel economy for Extreme is rated at 17km/l.
ICML Extreme Accessories & Infotainment
Music system is fitted in Di variants, the 7 to 9 seat trim gets MP3 player and 6+1 trim sports DVD player and LCD screen.
ICML Extreme Braking & Handling
Force to stop speed comes from ventilated disc brakes at front axle and drum units at rear axle.
ICML Extreme Safety & Security
On-board safety equipment on the MUV include brakes balanced with LCRV, dual side impact beam, fog lamps, rear high mounted stop lamp, collapsible steering wheel column, head lamp levelling device, locks with child safety, inside rear view mirror, rear guard and bull guard.
ICML Extreme Comfort & Convenience
Inside, it gets three-row AC (in Di trims), heater, power steering, ORVMs, power windows on top end variants, remote fuel lid opening, rear defogger, trip odometer, door arm rest and central locking.
ICML Extreme Wheels & Tyres
The MUV uses a set of four tyres measuring 205/65 R 15. Alloy wheels are missing on the range; instead it gets wheel caps on higher trims.
ICML Extreme Competition
ICML Extreme is pitted against similarly priced MUVs like Chevrolet Tavera, Mahindra Xylo and Tata Sumo.