The new version of Tata’s Manza (Tata’s one of the best selling models) is going to be launched in India soon. This revamped version of compact sedan is named as Tata Manza CS which is expected to be more affordable than the ongoing Manza. It is expected to hit the market in early 2014.
As reported, this sedan will come with a competitive price tag of around 6 lakhs which is cheaper than ongoing Manza.
It is expected to well equip with 1248cc, Quadrajet 90 diesel engine with four different variants along with 5-speed manual transmission gearbox like its predecessor. On the contrary, its still not clear that petrol engine would be introduced in this new car or not but 1.4 liter petrol engine might be equipped. The all variants of diesel engine will churn out the max power of 88bhp and peak torque of 200Nm.
The ARAI certified mileage of this sedan is 18 km/l on highways and 14km/l on city roads. It is embellished with front and rear disc brakes which provide the car a balanced handling on road.
It is also rumored that this new yet to be launched Manza CS would be slightly smaller than Manza in length and offers the 460 liters of boot space and 44 liters of fuel tank capacity. The outside look has redefined a little bit which includes twisted as well as modified front and grille lights. Though, the complete details can only be revealed by its launch but it is said to have more luxury and safety features than Indigo eCS including fog lamps, keyless entry, remote central locking, fuel filler, rear seat belts, climate control AC, 2-din music system and CD player etc.
The main reason behind this new launch is expected to be that huge gap of around 1.5 lakhs which is between the Tata’s two models: Indigo eCS and Manza. To fulfill this gap, company is probably taking this step. So it means this new sedan would be more affordable than Manza and more premium than Indigo eCS. It’s a good step which will undoubtedly increase the company’s network and car’s sale, while buyers could get a premium sedan in comparatively lesser price. Stay connected for more updates.