Tata Motors has launched its new car Indigo Manza in the Indian market. The entry-level sedan will be priced between Rs 4.8 lakh for base petrol version and Rs 6.75 lakh for the highest diesel version, (ex-showroom Delhi).
"It is the best car we have made so far. It showcases our capacity like no other car," said Rajiv Dube, Head (Passenger Car Business), Tata Motors. The car will be available in four variants - Aqua, Aura, Aura(ABS), Aura plus, and seven colours. Manza is the new version of Tata Indigo. However, other variants of Indigo will remain available in the market after the launch of Manza.
Tata Motors launched Indigo in December 2002 and has so far sold around 275,000 units. Indigo Manza will be manufactured in Tata Motors' Ranjangaon facility near Pune in Maharashtra.