Tata Manza now comes with two hard-to-resist offers!

Posted on: Mar 7, 2013 - 10:20am IST

Tata Manza Club ClassThe Tata Manza has been brought back to the car buyer’s radar with the introduction of two irresistible offers.

Firstly the prices of the diesel variants have been revised to a great extent. The entry level diesel variant has just got cheaper by almost Rs. 50,000!

While that manages to catch your attention, here is the deal clincher. Tata Motors has introduced a scheme called the Club Class Buyback Assurance wherein the buyers of the Manza would be offered 60% of the purchase price if they decide to turn the car in after 3 years! Yes we know that is hard to resist!

Tata Motors passenger car sales had been appalling in the last few months and the company is stepping up its game by offering huge discounts. The move would definitely hurt the operating margin but the company thinks that is the price to pay to prevent the inventory pileup.

The Tata Manza Club Class sedan comes as a value for money family car with impressive first in segment features like plush Italian leather seats and touchscreen multimedia infotainment system. The Manza is spacious and rides well too.

The sedan has the popular 1.3 litre Quardrajet (Fiat’s MultiJet) diesel engine which puts out 90 PS. The only reason which puts off the potential buyers is perhaps the styling which falls short of what is contemporary.

However the buyback assurance and the hefty price slash is expected to bring in volumes to the table. As we mentioned many times earlier, the company’s future is largely dependent on the next generation Manza and Vista.

Revised Prices of the Tata Manza Quadrajet (ex-showroom Delhi)

Manza base – Rs. 5.99 lakhs (old price – Rs. 6.49 lakhs)

Manza LX    – Rs. 6.54 lakhs (old price – Rs. 6.93 lakhs)

Manza VX   – Rs. 7.19 lakhs (old price – Rs. 7.55 lakhs)

Manza EX    – Rs. 8.14 lakhs (old price – Rs. 8.43 lakhs)

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6 thoughts on “Tata Manza now comes with two hard-to-resist offers!

  1. Mohammed says:

    Well, as a recent owner of the Manza Club Class (an upgrade from my superb Vista), I was heart broken when I saw the report yesterday on Autocar India. I did miss out on a stunning deal for sure 🙁 But then, that’s how life goes, you win some and you lose some…

    As far the vehicle goes, I’m just Mighty Happy (so far) about what it offers -Stylish limo like design, excellent engine, punchy mid range, great mileage, superb ride (just brilliant for the Indian roads), luxurious interiors, fully loaded with generous kit, unbelievable space, large boot, absolutely niggle free, great build quality, low on maintenace and unbelievably easy on the pocket to own. Prior to the arrival of Manza, our family long trips were done in our Innova and with the arrival of Manza Club Class, we’ve sidelined the big brother, Innova.

    The Manza is currently undergoing testing for European markets and we might see them in Italy pretty soon.

    1. sidd says:

      isn’t Italy design loving country??

      1. Mohammed says:

        Oh yes. But Europeans generally love conservative designs(VW is a good example) and take offence to overdone designs (XUV500 failing miserably in export markets is a classic example). Infact the entire Tata portfolio of products are getting tested for LHD markets. We will wait and see how it fares.

  2. SANJUZ says:

    What will be the terms of Buyback at 60%

    May be it will be like
    Service must be at interval timing
    Consumables only from TATA ASS


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As a toddler, those wheeled machinery fascinated me even before I knew what they’re called as! So here I'm, petrolhead by birth, Mechanical engineer by qualification and automotive reporter by profession!