Posted Sun, 11/21/2010 - 00:21 by Anonymous
Tata Motors seems to be keen on the plans of launching an all new Tata Manza CS model in the Indian market soon. This new entrant would be a much more compact version as compared to the current model on the Indian turf. The car however would be powered with the same Diesel engine that drives the current version of Vista and Manza.
The all new compact sedan would measure 4mm less in length when compared to the current version, which would mean compromising a bit on the boot space. The trimming would not have any effects in terms of the interior spacing of the car, while the luggage space at the back would be compromised a bit. This all new refurnished Indigo Manza CS is going to have much sportier look with freshly done exteriors including new grill and lights.
The all new Tata Indigo Manza CS would be costing cheaper as compared to the existing model as the Indian government is all set to offer an excise duty cut on this new entrant. This cheaper, lighter Indigo Manza CS with trimmed wheel base would be more fuel efficient and would sport the same 3-box sedan shape that would still give an impression of a long classy sedan.
In Tata's terminology, CS stands for compact sedan and a car must fulfill the length criteria to be qualified as a sedan. In terms of space, features, engine and fuel efficiency, the car already seems promising and a value for money option.
Tata Manza comes in four models in the Indian automobile market as of now that includes Aqua, Aura, Aura (ABS) and Aura Plus. The model is available in both Diesel and petrol versions. The petrol variant of the car comes with a 1368 cc, 4 cylinder, MPFI, petrol engine that delivers 90 Ps of maximum power at 6000 rpm with the maximum torque of 116 NM at 4750 rpm, while the Diesel variant sports a 1248 cc, 4 cylinder, Common Rail diesel engine delivering 90 Ps of maximum power at 4000 rpm and maximum torque of 200 Nm at 1750-3000 rpm. The car is known for providing improved fuel efficiency and a great performance on road.