India’s largest auto maker and third largest car maker, TATA motors, has launched its refreshed and much awaited mid-sized sedan Tata Manza Club Class in the Indian market. The car has been launched in five different variants – LS Aqua, LX Aura, VX Aura ABS, EX Elan and EXL New Variant
Despite being a good product, the sedan saw a decline in sales. This prompted the company to come with a refreshed model of the sedan. The new Lineup is branded as “the Club Class” and company is hoping to gain some good bucks with its sales.
The refreshed variant has received several changes that pushed its luxury quotient quite high. The exterior is still the same, but the roof has been painted. The higher version will be featuring chrome highlights all around the vehicle and new alloy wheels.
The interior has also been tweaked with new multimedia console with navigational capabilities. The Tata Manza seats have also been covered with luxurious Italian Leather.
Under the hood the vehicle is powered by 1.3 liter Quadrajet 90 diesel engine with turbocharger that will deliver about 90bhp of peak power and 20Nm of torque. The petrol variant will be powered by a 1.4 liter Safire 90 churning out a peak power of 90bhp and 116Nm torque. The petrol Tata Manza Club Class will offer a mileage of 13.7kmpl while the diesel variant will offer 21.02kmpl.
Price of the Petrol TATA Manza Club Class Manza will start from Rs.5.70 lacs while the diesel variants will cost 6.49 lacs. The car will compete with the likes of Maruti Swift Dzire, Toyota Etios and Mahindra Verito in the market.