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.
Here are the important bits for you to know:
- Manza is powered by the same Fiat sourced 1.4L 90hp/66KW Safire Petrol Engine
- Currently only the petrol Manza is being made available
- The Multi-Jet Diesel Manza would be launched later
- Petrol Manza is rated at 14.5Kmpl by ARAI India
- Manza would come with 3 Years/100,000 kms factory warranty, 3 yr/unlimited kms Roadside Assistance and 4 yr/100,000kms service plan.
- Tata would offer Manza in 5 different colors for the South African market
- Manza is 4.4m in length, 1.7m wide and has a wheelbase of 2520mm.
Tata Manza Features
- Trunk has a capacity to hold 460 liters of space
- 15 inch Alloys
- Center Armrest
- Two-tone fabric
- Tilt-adjustable Power Steering
- Hight adjustable driver seat
- Electronically adjustable & controlled Outer Rear View Mirrors
- 2 DIN Music System with USB & Bluetooth connectivity through Blue5
- Steering-mounted Audio Controls
- Collapsible Steering Column
- ABS & dual Front Airbags
- Engine Immobilizer
- Central Locking
Tata Manza Price in South Africa:
Tata Manza would be offered between ZAR 119,995 (~Rs 7.94) for the base INI version and would go upto ZAR 134,995 (~Rs 8.93) for the top IGNIS version.
Tata Motors in South Africa
Tata already has the following passengers cars in South Africa.
- B-Line (which essentially looks like a downgraded Indica)
- Vista eGo
In addition, Tata also has the Xenon and Worker in commercial vehicles. Interestingly no passenger car has diesel engine which Tata is basically known for in India.