Tata Motors has launched the next-generation Indigo, named Manza. The new Indigo Manza is based on a stretched Indica Vista platform and shares no components with the old Indigo. The new platform brings in an extended wheelbase and better interior space.
The Manza comes with two engine options - 1.3-litre Quadrajet diesel and 1.4-litre Safire petrol - sourced from Fiat. On the inside, it has two-tone beige interiors, tilt-adjustable power steering, height-adjustable driver seat, two-din music system with USB/AUX-in ports, steering wheel-mounted audio controls, Bluetooth connectivity through Blue5, ABS and two airbags. The car is priced at Rs 5.65 lakh to Rs 7.78 lakh (on-road, Mumbai)