Tata Indigo Manza
Tata is truly an Indian company that keeps enhancing the quality in passenger cars. The Tata Sedan, better than its cousin Tata Indigo was launched by Ratan Tata on 14th Oct. in Mumbai. It will never be easy to dismiss the Tata Indigo Manza as just the improved version of the cut-price sedan from Tata, the Indigo, if you do so you will be making a big mistake of your thinking. It takes the Tata Motors to a new height, just like the Indica Vista, the Indigo Manza is an all new featured automobile taking the game forward with extremely innovative features. Whole lots of features based on customer feed back, with a bold design, two great engines from Fiat and customer friendly pricing makes the Indigo Manza a winner, at least on paper.
If the Vista was a smart hatch, the Manza is its handsome sedan by-product. The resemblance in the family still has the smiling grille but completely it is a league above its last generation Indigo sedan. Its lengthy overhangs, both in the front and rear, never hide the hatchback beginnings but if you try to go for that ‘big car’ look, it will certainly make you proud. Manza just gives you a clear picture of modern day engineering at its best. It looks the same way as Tata Vista, except it has wider tubeless tyres with alloys.
Its interiors are simply elite. Tata Motors knew that the buyers who can afford this Sedan can also afford chauffeurs in India and they left no stones unturned to grant more and more space inside the Manza. It has a rear passenger bench offering lots of leg room. Interiors also feature new textures and colours and an excellent instrument dashboard that displays brilliant watch-like dials, having a tacho needle that turns red when touched. Its two-din music system is OK while TATA’s top-end models have blue-tooth connectivity with driver information system, whose points can be deleted is in the quality of switch gear.
The new Sedan version of Vista , Tata Manza comes in both petrol 1.4L engine and diesel 1.3L multi-jet engines with their customer friendly prices of Rs 5,50,000 and Rs 7,50,000 respectively.
There are many other features that have been done upgraded exclusively with mounted audio controls and bulging headlamps. It is the best option available in Tata Cars, that has a reputation to suit every pocket. This motor is fully trustworthy, refined offering linear power delivery through the gears. It also has an ABS (anti-lock braking system) for the first time.Decent acceleration from start and a very good top speed (165 kph) means this car is no slouch. The petrol version is even more refined if not as peppy as one would have imagined. In short, the biggest worry when it came to Tata sedans of the past – their power trains – has been addressed with the Manza.
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