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November 22, 2013: Tata, country's leading car maker has introduced the CNG model of its popular model Indica in the Indian car market. It has been priced at Rs. 3.99 lakh and goes up to Rs. 4.26 lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi), for the Indica GLS and GLX models, respectively. The new Indica emax delivers an excellent fuel economy of 23.7km/kg, and it offers an additional range of 230Kms in CNG over 600km in petrol. It features an advanced F-Shift gear box and a new dual path suspension that further enhances the handling and driveability. It is available in 6 cities across India including Delhi, Maharashtra, Gujarat, Uttar Pradesh, Andhra Pradesh and Tripura.
Tata Indica mileage
|Diesel||9.4 kmpl ||13.5 kmpl |
|Petrol||9.4 kmpl ||13.5 kmpl |
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Tata’s first crack at India’s booming hatchback market came way back in 1998. Nearly two decades on, the humble Indica continues to soldier on carrying forward the same formula it debuted with - a spacious cabin, a frugal motor and a low sticker price. With modern offerings storming the market every month, does the Indica manage to hold its ground? Let’s find out.
Things We Like in Indica
- Spacious cabin can accommodate five occupants. Good for those family dinner trips.
- Fuel efficient diesel motor keeps the wallet happy. ARAI-certified efficiency = 25kmpl.
- Comfortable low-speed ride quality. Cabin doesn’t get put off by an odd pothole.
Things We Don't Like in Indica
- Engine feels underpowered on the highway. Best used for intra-city commutes.
- No ABS or Airbags on offer, even as an option.
Should you consider buying the Indica in 2017? The answer to that, quite simply, is no. With prices starting around the Rs 5 lakh mark, there are far better looking and better equipped cars on sale today.
"The humble Indica is a reliable, no non-sense workhorse."
The Indica is too dated to be in the running. That however does not take away from the fact that the humble Indica is a reliable, no non-sense workhorse.
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Tata Indica in news
Tata Motors today released a statement in which it negated all the speculations going around regarding the de-emphasizing of Tata Indica. According to the statement released, along with the second-generation Tata Indica Vista the company has also introduced more fuel efficient models of Indica like Indica eV2 and has no plans of discontinuing Tata Indica. The Indica eV2 diesel is the most fuel efficient car in India offering an impressive mileage of 25kmpl. On the subject of producing other cars at its Sanand plant, Tata Motors mentioned that these guesses have no base as the company is not planning on producing any car other than Tata Nano at its Sanand plant in Gujarat.
Posted On | April 04, 2012 | 2143 Views
Few days back we got the news that the Indian auto biggie Tata Motors is planning to launch the refreshed version of its popular hatchback Tata Indica, Tata Indica eV2 next month. Here we are with some more details on the new version of Tata Indica. As we told you earlier Tata Indica eV2 will be powered with the CR4 engine, which is capable of producing 76PS of power at 4000Rpm and 140Nm of torque at 1800-3000Rpm.
Posted On | March 07, 2011 | 4018 Views
Tata Motors India's largest automobile company seems to be geared up this year, the company today announced the launch of the refreshed version of its hatchback Tata Indica. The company is working towards making Tata Indica the most fuel efficient car. Ramakrishnan, an official from Tata motors recently announced that the company is planning to come up with the refreshed version of Tata Indica BS IV variant (diesel) with CRDI (Common Rail Direct Injection) next month.
Posted On | February 25, 2011 | 14544 Views