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Tata Indigo Manza Club Class launched at Rs 5.70 lakh

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Starting at Rs 5.70 lakh for the petrol and Rs 6.49 lakh for the diesel version, both ex-showroom Delhi, the Tata Motors Indigo Manza Club Class will offer better equipment and after sales service

 

Tata Indigo Manza Club Class launched at Rs 5.70 lakh




The festive season has triggered attractive deals and discounts in the Indian passenger vehicle market. Car makers have also loaded their best-sellers with goodies. Tata Motors have introduced the Indigo Manza Club Class that offers equipment like automatic climate control, leather upholstery and more. That’s not all! The company is also providing Indigo Manza Club Class owners with dedicated professionals and space in showrooms to offer a sense of exclusivity to the customer. Prices start from Rs 5.70 lakh for the Safire petrol and Rs 6.49 lakh for the Quadrajet diesel, both ex-showroom Delhi. Also Read: Limited edition Toyota Etios TRD Sportivo introduced

Both the engine options remain same. And while the car has been spruced up, it is also available in a new shade of black, namely Infinity Black and four trim levels – LS, LX, VX, EX with EXL as a leather upholstery option on the EX variant. Owners of the car will have special privileges and will be eligible to an exclusive engagement programme called ‘Club Class’. “Customer centricity is the hallmark of Tata Motors. As desired by today's Indian motorist, the Tata Manza Club Class delivers premium-ness. With the Tata Manza Club Class, we are once again the first to introduce features never seen in its class,” said Karl Slym, Managing Director, Tata Motors.

The sedan will be backed by a two years/75,000km  warranty as standard.

 

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