Tata has launched the refreshed Manza model line up today starting at Rs.5.70 lakh. It is being called the ‘Tata Manza Club Class’ and Tata has renamed the variants as well.
The changes on the Manza include cosmetic tweaks, new features and a different engine for the base LS variant (Used in the Tata Vista). It comes equipped with features like a touch screen multimedia navigation; automatic climate control, Italian leather upholstery, different coloured roof and new 8 spoke alloy wheels.
The Tata Manza Club Class is available in four trim levels, including LS, LX, VX, EX and EXL (leather trim) and gets six colours: Infinity Black, Laser Red, Tyrian Wine, Castle Grey, Dew White and Jet Silver. Also read: Tata Manza Club Class to launch in October
The base LS gets more chrome inserts and a new engine, the LX variant gets chrome inserts along with electric HVAC, the VX gets all the features of the LX along with a touch screen navigation system and the EX gets all features of the VX along with automatic climate control and a contrast sunroof. Tata claims fuel efficiency figures of 21.02 kmpl for the diesel variants and 13.7 kmpl for the petrol variants.