Tata Manza Review

Published: 11th January 2010
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Arguably the best-looking Tata car currently on roads, Indigo Manza is another addition to the exquisite range of customer friendly Tata cars. The car is a sedan version of Indica Vista. Built on the Indica Vista platform, with a modified look, Tata Manza Review can be categorized to join the luxury car segment of the country. The stylish car has a bold smart look, spacious interiors and high class designing. It shares a lot of features and technology with Tata Indigo and Indica. It is expected to pose a good competition for Maruti Suzuki Swift Dzire, Ford Fiesta, Ford Ikon, and Mahindra Renault Logan. Design & Comfort Largely inspired from Tata Indica vista, the front part of Tata Manza retains the sweeping angular headlights, with a dual projector barrel shaped reflectors that typically characterize Indica Vista design. The front bumper in the car features a big dam, with black finish and has round fog lights. The front grill is made of four horizontal lines, featuring a big Tata logo and chrome finish upper lip. The center owes its classy look and elegance to the vertical tail lamps at the rear end. A chrome strip runs across the rear bumper, imparting a big and wide look to the car. The exquisite looks of the car live up to it catchy slogan 'Indulge In Style'. With its cool and spacious interiors, Tata Indigo Manza scores well as a comfortable car. It features spacious legroom and headroom, making the ride extremely enjoyable for the front as well as the rear seat passengers. The convenience features provided by Manza include HVAC with electric controls, Tilt Adjustable Power Steering, Adjustable head rest on front seat, two-way adjustable lumber support for front seats, fixed support for front Lumber seats, rear seat center armrest and Height Adjustable Driver's seat, etc. Engine The engine of Tata Manza has been sourced by Fiat. It is available in two engine options, 1.3-liter petrol engine that is known as Safire and 1.4 liter diesel engine called Quadrajet. The petrol version of the car is also available with an ABS option. The capacity of the petrol engine goes up to 1248 cc. Manza engine will generate a maximum output of 89 Bhp @ 4000 rpm. Manza's petrol variant will have a CRDi fuel system and the diesel variant will have FSI. The car has a standard 5-speed manual transmission for all the models. The diesel model delivers a torque of 200 Nm@1750 rpm and the diesel variant has a torque of 116 Nm@4750 rpm. Safety The host of advanced safety features in Tata Manza includes a superior crash-tested Cockpit Design, Dual Front Airbags, Antilock Brake System (ABS) with Electronic Brake-Force Distribution (EBD) and Front Disc Brakes. Passive safety features are Side Impact Beams, Height Adjustable Front Seatbelts, Warning Lamp for Driver Seatbelt, Front Passenger Seatbelt Reminder, Child Locks and Central Locking. Wider tubeless tyres with alloys option are also available. Variants & Price Tata Indigo Manza has been launched in eight variants, four with diesel engine and four with petrol engine. As for the colors, you have six options to choose from - Arctic Silver, Cavern Grey, Gala Red, Infiniti Black, Marine Silver, and Noble Blue. The base variant of Tata Manza has been reasonably priced at Rs. 4.8lacs (ex-showroom) and the top variant is priced at 6.75 lacs (ex-showroom).

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