Before the Zest, it was the Manza and the Indigo eCS that took up the mettle for Tata in the C-segment. While initially, Manza did sell in decent numbers, however it lost its sheen with the oncoming of more contemporary cars in the country.
Tata’s most important salvo at the Indian car market is their compact sedan Zest which has been very recently launched in the market. But what is it that has changed that gives Tata a hope that the Zest will fill the chinks in their armour?
In a desperate move, Tata Motors has pulled the ‘Emergency’ button. Their last month sales stood at a paltry 10,000 odd units, ONLY!
Tata Motors is sailing through to different countries and continents and here is another proof of the same. The Indian Auto Giant has launched its modern sedan, Indigo Manza in South Africa.