Tata Motors launched the Tata Indigo Manza in South Africa

Tata Indigo Manza - FrontView

Tata Motors recently launched its new generation sedan, the Tata Indigo Manza in South African markets. This sedan was well accepted in various other markets and Tata Motors is confident of its success in South African markets as well. The Manza has a recommended retail price at ZAR 119,995, for the base version INI and going up to ZAR 134,995, for the top version IGNIS.

On the inside, it will include all the comforts and luxuries suitable for a car of its segment. Seating will be done up in a two toned fabric giving the interiors a warm and comfortable feel. Steering wheel will be adjustable while driver’s seat is also adjustable affording maximum amount of comfort to driver. Dashboard is complete with 2 DIN Music System with USB Port, Bluetooth connected through Blue5. Music system is mounted on steering wheel for easy access.

Initially the car is being introduced with only petrol engine option and the diesel variant of the car will be introduced later in the South African market. The Safire Petrol is certified by the ARAI (India) to give a mileage of 14.5 kmpl. As far safety is concerned, it will include ABS, Dual Frontal Airbags and advance warning in the form of a Critical Rev Indicator needle which turns red as soon as engine crosses a particular RPM.

Tata Indigo Manza - RearView

The Manza will be available in a range of 5 color options through Tata Motors 45 dealerships across South Africa. The car comes with a factory warranty of 3 Years / 100,000 kms, standard 3 year / unlimited KMs Roadside Assistance and 4 years / 100,000 KMs service plan.

Speaking on the occasion of the launch, Mr. Johnny Oommen, Head – International Business – Passenger Cars, Tata Motors said –

“After seeing wide acceptance, across various countries, we are proud to offer the Tata Indigo Manza, a modern, contemporary sedan to the South African market. We hope to see it become the best-seller in this market as well.”


Also seeTata Manza & Prima will be available in South Africa by January 2012