Tata Manza Facelift Revealed
Although that's hard to believe when it comes from the company that built the world's cheapest car, Manza comes equipped with an audio system with Blue 5 (some sort of Bluetooth system for connecting your phone), controls mounted on the steering wheel, one port apiece for aux-in and USB and DIS enhance infotainment.
Safety features include ABS, airbags, multistage drive away auto locking, rear demister, collapsible steering, energy absorbing steering wheel and door intrusion beam for side impact.
The top-of-the-range configuration is called Tata Manza Elan and adds a bunch of premium features such as dual tone alloy wheels, burgundy & beige interiors, chrome garnished bottom weather strip, fog lamps, and an all new premium and exclusive Tyrian wine color. In addition, it packs the "follow me home" technology that keeps the headlamps on for one more minute after the car is locked, as well as the "delayed power window" that lets passengers control the electric windows even when the key is not in the ignition.
Pricing for the new Tata Manza series begins at Rs.5.14 lakhs (around $11,300) for the Safire petrol range and from Rs. 5.91 lakhs ($13,000) for the Quadrajet diesel range.
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