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Tata rolls-out new Manza in India

Tata rolls-out new Manza in India
Vikas Yogi Vikas Yogi Monday 07 February 2011, 00:00 AM

The country’s largest vehicle maker Tata Motors launched a new version of its popular sedan – Tata Manza – in the Indian market on Sunday. The new version of the car comes loaded with an array of up-gradations and features. The new series of Manza is available in both Quadrajet diesel and Safire petrol versions carrying a competitive price tag of Rs.5.91 lakh and Rs.5.14 lakh (both are Delhi ex-showroom price), respectively. The new Manza would be available at all Tata dealerships across the country, starting from Monday.

Both Safire petrol and Quadrajet diesel engines of the car are capable of delivering a peak power of 90 PS. Moreover, for ensuring full-proof safety and security of the passengers, the company has offered top of the line safety and security features with the car.

Tata Manza Elan, the top end variant of the car, comes featured with a range of premium features such as dual tone alloy wheels, chrome garnished bottom weather strip, burgundy and beige interiors, and fog lamps. Moreover, the car is available in an exclusive Tyrian wine color.

The major competitors of the Tata Manza model in the Indian market include the likes of Maruti Swift Dzire, Hyundai Accent and Ford Ikon.

 

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