Tata Motors is working behind closed doors to take the Indian auto market by storm with many new products. Some of the future products are completely new ones, while others will be refreshed versions of the existing carlines. One such refreshed product we are looking forward to is the Indigo Manza facelift. Unlike the Vista, the Manza did not get a look change when it...

We saw this one coming. Earlier this week we carried a story on the Indigo Manza’s launch with teaser images from the South African Tata FB fan page. Today Tata Motors has announced the Indigo Manza for South Africa with hopes of being the best seller. The selling points of the car are the three barreled headlamps, 15-inch alloy wheels, 460 liter trunk capacity,...

At IAB, we very much like the Tata Manza because of it is spacious, comfortable, affordable and looks quite good too. We also like the TV ad for Manza featuring Tanuka Saan and his colleague figuring out why their product (any guesses which one?) is not as good as Tata Manza. Well now, Tanuka Saan is back with a bang! This time Tanuka Saan is an undercover sardarji who...

Tata Motors has launched the Manza sedan and the Prima commercial vehicle range for the South African market at the ongoing Johannesburg International Motor Show 2011. Tata has also displayed a barrage of other products laden with new technology. Tata says that both products have been launched understanding the South African customers and the company aims at having a larger...

Back in September, we brought you a story that Tata Motors is planning to launch the Tata Manza Celebration Edition during the festive season. It seems Tata Motors decided to not make a hue and cry about the launch and has silently taken the wraps of the Celebration Edition. The Tata Manza Celebration edition will sit above the Elan with a small price hike of Rs 15K....

Tata’s Manza has done exceptionally well for the company, maybe not so much to build volumes, but improving the Indigo’s brand image. The build quality, comfort, safety, space and finish were appreciated by Indian customers. The Manza, with improvements in every department, is now ready for another round of changes. The Celebration Edition will try gaining the...

Tata Motors will soon drop the Aqua, Aura and Elan names from the Indigo Manza brand sources familiar to the matter have told IndianAutosBlog.com. Instead of these suffixes, Tata Motors will adopt the same nomenclature as the new Indica Vista – LS, LX, VX and ZX for diesel, and GLS, GLX, GVX and GZX for petrol variants on the Manza. The Manza is available in four...

Tata Motors has sold 4 lakh sedans in India since the launch of the Indigo back in the early 2000’s. We’ve seen all kinds of variants over the years. The Indigo with turbocharger and intercooler, Indigo DICOR with the CRDI engine, Indigo CS with TDI engine, Indigo CS with DICOR engine, Indigo XL with DICOR engine, Indigo XL with a really responsive 100bhp petrol...

Here’s an interior snap of the Tata Vista EV. Since this is an EV, it is understandably missing a conventional gearbox. The image provides us an idea of how the gear selector will look like. There’s no concrete proof of Tata Motors working on a AT for the Vista or Manza. The Manza has done well for Tata in wiping away the image of the Indigo being a cab operator’...

Talking from the Geneva Motor Show, Autocar India editor Hormazd Sorabjee told us a 7 seater on the Indigo Manza platform is in the pipeline for India. The Tata pipeline is certainly dry with only variants waiting to come in the next couple of years. The first real new car would be the Pixel which is at least three years away. The new Indica platform is a fertile field....