Tata Motors have launched its next generation car the Tata Manza, a club class sedan.
The makers claim it is entirely a new class of car.
This car is a combination of first-in-class human interface, best-in-class cabin space and contemporary styling.
The car is powered with a 90 PS Quadrajet diesel and Safire petrol engines.
The Quadrajet diesel is certified to give a mileage of 21.02 kmpl, while the Safire Petrol is certified for mileage of 13.7 kmpl.
The car has a collapsible steering column, anti-lock braking system and dual frontal airbags.
Instead of the usual red line on the tachometer, the critical Rev Indicator needle turns red when the engine crosses a critical RPM. The engine immobilizer and the central locking feature provide additional security.
The car is available in six colours- Infinity Black (new), Tyrian Wine, Laser Red, Castle Grey, Dew White and Jet Silver- and 4 trims levels- LS, LX, VX, EX, and EXL.
The Safire petrol range will start from Rs. 5.81 lakh (ex-showroom, Kolkata) and the Quadrajet diesel range will start from Rs. 6.58 lakh (ex-showroom, Kolkata)
The Tata Manza Club Class comes with a warranty of 2years/75000km.