Tata Manza Club Class launched at Rs 5.7 lakh
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- 06:51 pm, October 18, 2012
The petrol range starts at Rs 5.7 lakh while the base diesel model costs Rs 6.49 lakh.
Tata Motors has officially launched the upgraded version of its flagship sedan, the Manza at an event held in Mumbai. Called the Manza Club Class, the new model gets a long list of additional features over the standard model.
While there aren’t many design changes to write about, Tata has made quite a few desirable upgrades to make the Manza more appealing. In terms of added features, the Club Class gets touch screen navigation system, classy 8-spoke alloy wheels, Italian leather upholstery, automatic climate control, eight-spoke alloy wheels and improved quality for seat fabrics.
The earlier Manza range that used to be available in four variants in the form of Aqua, Aura, Aura ABS and Elan will now be known as LS, LX, VX and EX. Furthermore, a new top-end variant - EXL - has also been introduced in the new range.
The petrol engined Manza is priced at INR 5.70 lakhs while the diesel engined model commands a price tag of INR 6.49 lakhs. While top of the line variants are priced at Rs 7.75 lakh and Rs 8.5 lakh for petrol and diesel variant respectively. All prices Ex Showroom, Delhi.
Tata hasn't made any changes under the hood and the Manza Club Class retains both the 90PS diesel and petrol engines.
First Published on 05:32 pm, October 16, 2012
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