November 22, 2013: India's leading car-maker, Tata has launched the CNG version of Indigo in the Indian car market. It has been priced at Rs. 4.99 lakh for the entry level GLS model and Rs. 5.27 lakh for the GLX model. The petrol-CNG engine of the car is capable of developing 65bhp of top power and returns an amazing fuel efficiency figure of 24.6km/kg. It also offers an additional range of up to 230km in CNG over 650km in petrol. The vehicle comes equipped with a new advanced F-Shift gear box and new Duo Float suspension. The Indigo emax has been introduced in 6 cities across India and will now be available in Delhi, Maharashtra, Gujarat, Uttar Pradesh, Andhra Pradesh and Tripura.
The Tata Indigo e-CS has been declared as the most fuel efficient sedan by Automotive Research Association Of India (ARAI). The sedan wins the battle of mileage amongst its nearest rivals such as Hyundai Accent and Ford Ikon, etc. The Tata Indigo e-CS is powered by the 1.4L, CR4, Common Rail Diesel engine and it offers 23.03kmpl mileage as per the ARAI test reports. Tata Indigo CS e series is also available with 1.2L, MPFI petrol engine and both engine satisfies the BS IV emission norms. The powertrain is mated with a five speed manual gearbox as well.
Tata Motors today announced an increase in the prices of some passenger vehicles and all its commercial vehicles. The increase is effective from today. The price increase in passenger cars is on the Tata Indica and the Tata Indigo family, in the range of Rs. 4,500/- to Rs. 14,000/-, depending upon the model. In utility vehicles, the price increase is on Tata Sumo and Tata Grande MK II, in the range of Rs. 7,800/- to Rs.10,300/- The price increase is in the light of increase in input costs.
India’s largest vehicle maker Tata Motors has entered in a tie up with 14 banks. The automaker has taken this step for offering loans to its customers in Kerala for purchasing the Tata Nano, the much talked about car of the company which is being priced relatively at a lower rate. Tata Nano is available across Kerala at 60 outlets.The banks with which Tata Motors has tied up include State Bank of India (SBI), Central Bank of India (CBI), United Bank of India (UBI), UCO bank, Bank of Baroda (BoB), State Bank of Patiala, HDFC and ICICI.