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Tata launches Indigo Manza sedan
Prices start at a jaw-dropping Rs 4.8 lakh!
By : BSM desk | Published : October 14, 2009 | Photos : BSM
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Tata Motors have launched the Indigo Manza saloon here today. Based on the J300 platform that also houses the shell of the Indica Vista, the Indigo Manza is now larger and wider than the outgoing Indigo. Yes, you read that right, the regular Indigo will go out of production, with only the CS, Marina and XL variants to be offered going forward.

What Tata have done with the Manza is price it extremely competitvely. Starting at Rs 4.8 lakh, ex-showroom, Delhi, the Indigo Manza undercuts nearly all its rivals - including the Ford Ikon, Maruti Suzuki Swift Dzire, the Renault Logan and Hyundai Accent.

Two new engines are being offered - new to the Indigo, but would be familiar since they also power the Fiat Linea. The 1.4 multi-point, fuel injected Safire petrol produces around 88.5 bhp@6000 rpm and around 116 Nm of peak torque at 4750 rpm. The 1.4 Quadrajet 90 on the other hand produces similar power at 4000 rpm , yet produces nearly 20.4 kgm of torque at 1750-3000 rpm. Both engines can haul this nearly 1.2-tonne car to a top speed in excess of 160 kph, as we found on our testing equipment.

Four variants are being offered - the Aqua, Aura, Aura (ABS) and the Aura +. A new infotainment system using Blue5 - a bluetooth based system will be on offer. This will be standard across the Aura variants, along with stereo controls on the steering wheel,  while a 2-DIN music system will be standard on the Aqua variant. ABS will be standard on the last two variants, with the Aura+ also featuring twin driver-passenger airbags as standard.

The Indigo also features more space on the inside and outside, while benefitting from better quality materials, fit and finish than before. The boot is also large at 460-litres and offers a wide loading lip.

The prices of the car range from Rs 4.8 lakh, ex-showroom, Delhi for the basic Aqua petrol variant to Rs 6.75 lakh for the Aura+ diesel variant. The Mumbai prices range from Rs 4.9 lakh to Rs 6.85 lakh.

Tata Motors claims that the entire Indigo range now starts at Rs 3.73 lakh (for the basic CS) and ends at Rs 6.75 lakh, ex-showroom Delhi.

Want to know more about how the car feels to drive? Watch this space for further details. Also, pick up the November issue to know more about the Indigo Manza.

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  Posted by VJ at 7th January,2011
Do not get carried away by the combination of price and features.It is a horror. Drove for less than 10000 Kms. but Radiator assembly, Steering rack and pinion replaced. Still noise from suspension is coming for which the dealers are struggling to find the solution and company is pleasantly sleeping over it. There is a hot pipe inside the cabin under the front panel which is uncovered. The dealer says it is a standard feature. ( Wonder how these cars get CMVR approval). Car shock absorbers bottom when the tyre hits the bump and entire front panel shakes... Overall a horror. First and last time bought a TATA car and advise all not to buy it until you have lot of time to waste at the service stations. Already rust has appeared on the bonnet supporting bar which again is normal, as per the dealers. Infact, I met one gentleman during one of my frequent visits to the service station where he showed me his car ( 15 k kms.) full of rust. I am preparing myself for that horror also....
  Posted by krishan Bhandari at 6th December,2010
please send me the colors, models and cost of tata indigo manza
  Posted by Siddharth jain at 26th November,2010
nice car by tata
  Posted by L. Raj at 25th October,2010
I would like to buy it,please send me the details of models and cost of tata indigo manza in Kolkata and also please let me know whether there is any special festive offer on it.
  Posted by Jai Gautam at 27th April,2010
Have seen the Car at Mumbai, and would like to procure the same. Kindly let me know the landing rates at Pune
  Posted by rajashekar.b at 16th March,2010
please send me the colors, models and cost of tata indigo manza
  Posted by vivek singh rathod at 12th March,2010
All i say manza my dream car, i saw manza in showroom in gwalior. its imazing, want to buy in coming future
  Posted by MathewJohn at 14th February,2010
Indigo Manza is a very good Car. out look, performance every thing so nice. Specialy Thanks for TATA MOTORS for this product. John Mathew,Kottarakara,(Kuwait)
  Posted by T. Sridhar at 18th December,2009
Excellent, I had Indica V2 2002 model 87000 KM single driven and proud to say that even now I get approx. 20Km/ltr. Upgrading to Indigo Manza. Cheers to the great engineers from Tata Motors and ofcourse our Beloved RN Tata for a great indian car. Tata's hv u/stood our Indian Road conditions.
  Posted by Bijoy Mandal at 4th December,2009
Very goooooooood.
  Posted by Prof.Ravichand Babu.T.K. at 6th November,2009
From Prof.Ravichand Babu. Sir, It is really too good. I hope it will give a tough competition with its class.
  Posted by Gyaneshwar at 6th November,2009
@ Ankita.. i guess the post is a little late. But the price of all manza variants is available on the site. Link for reference - http://cars.tatamotors.com/IndigoManza/Price.aspx.
  Posted by arvind b pandey at 4th November,2009
maintainanace cost in privious tata cars are very high,what will be the csae with this new variant.manza is good attempt to give good service to people.
  Posted by Samir at 29th October,2009
One of the great and intellectual and competitive step taken by Tata. It will create again wonder and help to enhance the image and goodwill of the company. All the best.
  Posted by Swpanil at 21st October,2009
Great job done by Tata. But I think more could be done on its design specially for its boot, but never the less it will give good run for its competetior.
  Posted by ankita at 18th October,2009
what would be the starting rate of diesel manza
  Posted by Sandy NAgar at 15th October,2009
What would be the average of Diesel version Manza
  Posted by Anubhav at 14th October,2009
any idea about price of aura variants ?
  Posted by Anand at 14th October,2009
its great launch by tata and its good competition for Dzire... any idea about the emission norms of manza is it BS IV??
  Posted by HEMANT KEWALRAMANI at 14th October,2009
THE PROBLEMS THAT I HAVE FACED WITH THE TATA CARS IST INDICA AND THEN INDIGO,TO ADD CHERRY TO THE CAKE WE HAVE TO FACE THEIR ABSOLUTELY RUDE AND NON -COOPERATING STAFF . I WOULD "NEVER EVER "SUGGEST A TATA CAR TO A STRANGER ALSO .TATA TO BE AWARDED THE HIGHEST MAINTAINANCE CAR.
  Posted by Ajith at 26th October,2009
  I completely agree with your opinion; 200%. TATA dealers are very rude in behaviour, especially HAN MOTORS statined at Andheri. I would never recommend anybody to go and buy a TATA car from them. These HAN Motors guys are thinking that they are selling the no.1 car in the world.
  Posted by Arif Shaikh at 14th October,2009
Great Design
  Posted by K.UGANDHAR at 14th October,2009
tata indigo new diesel car rate(Rs)PLESE THIS NO 09916878787
  Posted by Ram at 15th October,2009
  K.UGANDHAR 14th October,2009 tata indigo new diesel car rate(Rs)PLESE THIS NO 09916878787 Tata Indigo new Diesel is 8.8 Lakh, now go and buy it.
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