Three years after the Manza was first launched comes the Manza Club Class. This is supposed to be the refresh, but there's not much they've done to the looks of the car save for a new alloy wheel design, some chrome embelishments here and there and a contrast colour on the roof, which they call the infiniti contrast roof.
The major changes come in the way of added features. The car now features an all-new touchscreen audio system which supports bluetooth, usb and aux-in inputs with steering mounted controls as well. As an added bonus, the system also comes with built in GPS, so you don't have to worry about getting lost in this one. There's also a fully automatic climate control system in place. The top-level trim models come with a full leather interior as well.
The new Manza Club Class is available in a choice of six colours with two engine options, one petrol and one diesel. They're available starting from Rs 5.7 Lakh for the base petrol model and Rs 6.49 lakh for the base diesel models. All prices are ex,showroom, New Delhi.