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The Tata Manza was launched in 2009, but after that it has been given numerous tweaks. In 2012, October, Tata has launched the Manza Club Class which has some changes to the looks and a number of added features to woo the customer. Exterior wise the Manza Club Class wears a sprinkling of chrome and new 8 split-spoke alloys and has a contrasting roof that do brush up the exterior and make it more pleasing than before. The rear of the car looks clean and uncluttered with its well proportioned neutral design. The car has good build quality compared to the previous generation cars from the Tata stable. Inside theTata Manza Club Class comes with new features like touchscreen multi-media interface with in-built GPS and Automatic Climate Control.
The touchscreen brings GPS navigation, multi-media DVD player, Blu5 and other such functionalities all through a multi-colour 6.2 inch high resolution display. The seats now are more comfy. When you compare it to its competitors the interior quality seems to be much better as well. It has class leading rear legroom despite the generous amount of seat-travel for the front passengers. The diesel variant sports a 1.3 liter Fiat MJD producing 89 BHP at 4000 RPM and 200 NM of Torque at 1750 RPM. It gives an excellent fuel economy of 21 kmpl as certified by ARAI. The petrol variant is a 1.4 liter engine producing 89 BHP at 6000 RPM and 116 NM of torque at 4750 RPM.
The petrol engine has an fuel economy of 13.7 kmpl as certified by ARAI. The diesel is a strong performer though there is some turbo-lag but it is well contained. Tata Manza Club Class has the upper hand here as far as ride quality and comfort are concerned. The Tata Manza Club Class is available in four variants- LS, LX, VX, EX, EXL. The top-spec EXL variant is loaded with features like touch-screen navigation, steering controls, leather seats, auto-climate control, follow-me-home lights, 15 inch alloy wheels.
The list of active and passive safety features on this model is also substantially long. ABS with EBD and front airbags are standard fitment. The Safire petrol range will start from Rs.5.70 lakhs (ex-showroom, New Delhi) and the Quadrajet diesel range will start from Rs. 6.49 lakhs (ex-showroom, New Delhi). For a detailed analysis read below.
Inside the Tata Manza Club Class comes with new features like touchscreen multi-media interface with in-built GPS and Automatic Climate Control. The touchscreen brings GPS navigation, multi-media DVD player, Blu5 and other such functionalities all through a multi-colour 6.2 inch high resolution display. The seats have comfortable padding and the interiors are extremely spacious. Plus you get italian leather upholstery inside Tata has improved its build quality with the Manza Club Class.
New features make it a nice place to be.
A new design to the interiors would have been nicer.
Manza Safire offers 460.00 liters. Of boot space which is quite a lot for a car of this size the rear boot has lot of space inside the car boot to carry almost anything.
Manza has a speedometer along with a tachometer which is clearly visible to the drivers eye.
The gear lever is well within the reach of the driver and is quite smooth.
Manza has Both cup holders in the front as well as rear.
Manza Safire has a refreshing glove boxes.
The audio system in the Manza Safire is very good with descent sound and best build in quality speakers. It has 2 DIN am/fm/mp3/CD/USB supported music system,
There is an air conditioned inside the car which is efficient enough to cool the car.
There is arm rest at the rear of the Manza Safire.
The air vents are quite in number at the front dashboard and cools the car very efficiently
Leather feel seat covers are present in the Manza Safire.
Manza Safire has 910/740mm of leg room space available in the car.
Manza has 780/590mm of knee room space inside the car which is quite spacious compared to a car of this size.
Manza has 1370mm of shoulder space inside the car.
Manza Safire has 970/880mm of head room space inside the car.
Tata Manza has Tilt adjustable Power steering that can give a comfortable ride.
Manza ha an option of power windows for the car.
Manza Safire has keyless entry option for the car.
Driving door open warning indication and seat belt warning indications are available in the driver information display along with regular warning lamps in the Manza Safire.
Exterior wise the Manza Club Class wears a sprinkling of chrome and new 8 split-spoke alloys and has a contrasting roof that do brush up the exterior and make it more pleasing than before. The rear of the car looks clean and uncluttered. The car has good build quality compared to the previous generation cars from the Tata stable.
Looks handsome and well proportioned.
Rear styling ould have been better.
The moment you see the Tata Manza you will notice some similarity of Maruti SX4 and Hyundai Verna. Tata Manza has got dazzling beauty; it is holding positive essential similarities as Indica Vista. The Chrome put in on the chafe rails looks good. The aerodynamic structure is designed in such a way where air intake is easy. The superbly designed head lamps have got extraordinary looks along with well fabricated indicators. The logo of the Tata is neatly carved right at the centre of the well desi
The rear design of the car remains the same except few minor changes which are not eye catching.
Manza gets a body coloured door handles and a thin line running all the way to the rear of the car the side profile of the Manza looks upmarket and stylish.
Manza Safire has a ground clearance of about 165m is quite good.
Manza Safire uses body coloured bumper both at the front and rear with integrated fog lamps at both front and rear.
Manza has Motorised clear lens headlamps which provides good illumination.
Manza tail lamps are clear lens and is visible from far distance.
Fog lamps are present in the Manza Safire.
Manza has 185/60 inch r15 tyres for its wheels the rubbers are extremely sticky and provides good grip on the road.
The Manza gets dual-tone alloy wheels.
Manza has Electrically controlled outer Rear View mirror Outer Rear View mirror on Co-Driver’s side.
TataManza comes in 5different colour options they are as follows Tryian Wine Jet Silver Monarch Red Siena Gold Dew White
Manza has no option for rear wiper but it does have seven speed front wipers
Manza has no option for a roof rail.
Manza has no option for sun roof in the car.
Mana has no option for spoiler.
Manza has no option for side step in the car.
Tata Manza has its spare wheel behind inside the boot
The Manza has petrol and diesel options. The diesel variant sports a 1.3 liter Fiat MJD producing 89 BHP at 4000 RPM and 200 NM of Torque at 1750 RPM. The diesel Manza is better as it develops more torque and makes for an excellent sedan in the city and on the highway. It has plenty of power and delivers outright performance on the city and highway. It’s an easy car to drive anywhere thanks to its 1.3 liter fiat engine. The petrol variant is a 1.4 liter engine producing 89 BHP at 6000 RPM and 116 NM of torque at 4750 RPM. The engine is smooth and there is decent amount of power there.
Diesel is poweful and torquey.
Petrol feels strained at high speeds.
Tata Manza Safire accelerates from 0 - 100 Kmph in 14.91 Seconds so it is pretty fast keeping in mind that it is a mid sized sedan.
Tata Manza Safire has a top speed of 168kmph whereas the speedo displayed 170kmph.
Tata Manza can reach 40-60 in just 4.49 seconds on 4th gear and reach 80-100 comfortably in 5.18 sec in the 4th gear.
Tata Manza uses a 5spped manual transmission for all its variants.
Tata Manza has a 4in line transverse 1368cc petrol engine which returns 90ps of power at 6000rpm.
Tata Manza Safire returns 118nm of torque at about 4750rpm.
The interior of the Manza Safire is extremely well built like any upmarket sedan. But still at high speeds the engine makes some amount of noise when revved hard.
The diesel variant sports a 1.3 liter Fiat MJD producing 89 BHP at 4000 RPM and 200 NM of Torque at 1750 RPM. It gives an excellent fuel economy of 21 kmpl as certified by ARAI. The petrol variant is a 1.4 liter engine producing 89 BHP at 6000 RPM and 116 NM of torque at 4750 RPM. The petrol engine has an fuel economy of 13.7 kmpl as certified by ARAI.
The diesel has excellent mileage figures.
Petrol efficiency figures could have been better.
Tata Manza Safire returns 12kmpl in the city.
Tata Manza returns 18kmpl in the highways.
Tata Manza Aqua Safire all variants Fuel: Petrol (ARAI Specified) :13.7 Kmpl Tata Manza Aura (ABS) Safire Fuel: Petrol (ARAI Specified) :13.7 Kmpl Tata Manza Aura Safire Fuel: Petrol (ARAI Specified) :13.7 Kmpl Tata Manza Elan Safire Fuel: Petrol (ARAI Specified) :13.7 Kmpl
Tata Manza Safire has a tank range of about 602 kms to be approx.
The handling of the Manza Club Class is much better than other Tata cars sans the Aria. The hydraulic power steering makes it easy to drive the sedan anywhere. It has decent amounts of feedback from the steering and you will enjoy driving this car. The list of active and passive safety features on this model is also substantially long. ABS with EBD and front airbags are standard fitment.
One of the better cars from Tata stable when it comes to handling, well equipped with safety features
Handling is not class best.
The Tata Manza has got awesome ride and handling. The car swallows potholes like snacks and handles remarkably well for a Tata along with good NVH readings. The steering is light and direct, good for city use but at the same time does not feel as disconnects as in an Aveo or even the Dzire. On the flip side at higher speeds, it doesn’t have that ultimate ride and handling mix like the Fiat Linea. The suspension setup is the same as the Vista with independent MacPherson struts at the front and se
Tata Manza uses ventilated discs in the front and drum brakes at the back it is able to stop the car from 100kmph to a stand still 0 3.49seconds.
Tata Manza comes with advance safety features to protect the occupants in case of accidents. The safety features like Central Locking, Engine Immobilizer, Child Safety Door Locks, Front/Rear Seatbelts, Collapsible Steering, Crumple Zones, ABS (Anti Lock Braking System), dual front Airbags, remote keyless entry, retractor, pretensioners, front Fog lamp and seat belt warning etc ensures security for the passengers.
ABS is present in the Tata Manza Safire.
There is no traction control in the Tata Manza.
Tata Manza Club Class has the upper hand here as far as ride quality and comfort are concerned. Manza Club Class is well built and capable of handling the worst of the Indian road conditions. It has fairly neutral handling capabilities which seem much better compared to the older generation Tata which is certainly a positive factor affecting buyer judgment.
Ride quality is good and soaks up all bad roads.
Refinement could have been better.
Manza gives its passengers with loads of comfort the following features are available HVAC with electric controls Tilt Adjustable Power Steering Power Windows- Front One Shot power window Down movement - Driver side Power Windows- Rear Adjustable head rest on front seat Lumbar support for front seats - 2-Way adjustable Height Adjustable Driver's seat Rear seat with 100% foldable back Adjustable rear seat head restraint Rear seat Center Armrest Cup holder on Rear seat Center Armrest B
Tata Manza Safire uses MacPherson strut in the front which handles potholes very effectively.
Tata Manza uses non independent twist beam coil spring at the back which keeps the car stable at high speeds.
Pros good looks
Cons braking system failed in 2 weeks
i am regreting after buying indigo manza it is just 2 weeks i got my manza after waiting for 2 months ....& by mistakenly i drove it for some 1/2 hour when the hand brakes was in on condition & after that it didnt started again ...it is with tata customer care where they says its ABS & braking system both are gone completely so it will not start also unless they are changed & it ll be costing me also like anything.....i read many examples on net where ppl hav by mistakely drove there vehicle with on hand brake but no such severity happen....i m regreting alot as it looks it is a very delicate car to handle....
40 of 52 users found this review helpful.
Pros Getting Mileage of 16KMPL(50% City 50% Highway), No Noise, Ingress/egrees is good
Cons Average Door Handles, Paint quality
Bought Auro Quadrajet and done 600 Kms on Highway and City equally . I am getting 15.9 KMPL. The suspension is excellent. Noise Level is very low. Rear legroom is beyond compare with good ingress/egress. Need to Respect Speed breakers unlike Indigo CS. It scrapes the breaker at high speeds. A friend of mine compared the rear seat to that of the train, which i agree it is very wide and good thigh support.
34 of 36 users found this review helpful.
Pros Good looking, fantastic mileage, very comforatable, very low sound level and extremely economical
Cons Music sysstem could have been better with DVD/VCD player
I booked Manza Petrol three days after launch on 17th October and got it on 30th November 2009 on my daughter's birthday. Till today I have drive 2000 KM without any trouble. Mileage is about 15 KM/L in city and about 17 KM/L on highway. I am extremely happy to have it. I was using Maruti Alto since five years and was thinking to buy Swift Desire but thanks to TATA who gave me such a wonderful car well within my budget. For a family of four its a specious and very economical car. We feel very happy and proud for our Manza.
17 of 17 users found this review helpful.
Pros Good looks, good mileage but noise in cabin.
Cons good interiors, comfortable , good boot space.
I have purchased TATA INDIGO MANZA QUADRAJET+ from chandigarh. All my wishes to drive a big car goes away when I drive it. There is noise in the cabin which start irritating me within 2days of driving. Iam having Maruti Dezire which is sound proof in the cabin. There is some abnormal noise in the cabin which I think is noise of gears. I only saw its boot space and good features inside but didnt take this noise seriously. Now I think I have mistaken to buy this vehicle. I would advise other people to compare this noise in cabin with other cars of this segment while purchasing TATA MANZA. TEJINDER SINGH.
6 of 8 users found this review helpful.
Pros Great Looks , Very good performance
Cons Not found Yet
It really rocks . My girlfriend got inpressed. She really liked it.
5 of 8 users found this review helpful.
Pros Indulgent car like a parent
Cons no constraints are the cons
Excellent car with all features.A figured car with performance with milage & comfort
3 of 5 users found this review helpful.
Pros Great Feel, excellant milage, worth going for
Cons Bit hanky panky interior fittings but then still better than avilability in market.
I have been associated with TATA vehicles since 2000, i have seen there improvements in models & experienced there technology. But still i wanted something more better like milage, comfort, looks etc etc which came to en end when i took a test drive of MANZA which i have already bought. Its my dream car. Thanks to TATA for this but still one thing in would like to express to all the buyers, please do not go on the words of showroom executive, they cannot explain TATA MANZA better, you personally feel the difference. I think TATA should improve on this point, to my knowledge out of 10 customers 1 goes back not satisfied due to negligence of these persons.
11 of 13 users found this review helpful.
Pros it looks great in this class. and it gives good mileage.
Cons only problem is the materials used inside. its not upto the expected quality.
this car worth its money. good driving experience. its got a powerful heart. the seats are very comfortable and it a pleasure to drive.this car can be recommended to anyone.
7 of 7 users found this review helpful.
Pros Superb mileage (29KMPL), Excellent suspension, Uncomparable bootspace
Cons Little noise on the left side, Bit jerk when slowing down
Superb mileage (29KMPL actual -- though display shows only a max of 25 KMPL) We travel 140 kms(50% city 50% highway) with 200 Rs. of diesel :) Excellent suspension Uncomparable bootspace Little noise on the left side Bit jerk when slowing down
6 of 9 users found this review helpful.
Pros amazing turbo pickup, huge boot space, a palace on wheels
Cons a spoiler is a must..
done with 1000kms .. superior stability, great buy, best thing is the control we get when we are on high speeds..beautiful looking four spoke steering..
1 of 2 users found this review helpful.