Tata Indigo

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October 12, 2015: Tata motors is releasing celebration editions of its GenX Nano, Bolt and Zest cars. With the festive season fast approaching, the automaker is releasing these editions laced with updates to attract customers, in order to move inventory. Tata has lined-up 5 models, which include Bolt, GenX Nano, Safari Storme, Zest and Indigo to offer this treatment.

Tata Indigo price list (Variants)

Variants Ex-Showroom Price    
LX Dicor BSIII  (Discontinued)

1396 cc, Manual, Diesel, 17.1 kmpl
Rs 5.89 Lakh
LX TDI BSIII  (Discontinued)

1405 cc, Manual, Diesel, 17.0 kmpl
Rs 5.48 Lakh
LS Dicor BSIII  (Discontinued)

1396 cc, Manual, Diesel, 17.1 kmpl
Rs 5.32 Lakh
VS BSIII  (Discontinued)

1405 cc, Manual, Diesel, 17.0 kmpl
Rs 5.13 Lakh
VE BSIII  (Discontinued)

1405 cc, Manual, Diesel, 17.0 kmpl
Rs 5.13 Lakh
V BSIII  (Discontinued)

1405 cc, Manual, Diesel, 17.0 kmpl
Rs 5.13 Lakh
LS TDI BSIII  (Discontinued)

1405 cc, Manual, Diesel, 17.0 kmpl
Rs 5.13 Lakh
GLX  (Discontinued)

1396 cc, Manual, Petrol, 14.4 kmpl
Rs 5.08 Lakh
GLS BSIII  (Discontinued)

1396 cc, Manual, Petrol, 14.4 kmpl
Rs 4.71 Lakh
GLE BSIII  (Discontinued)

1396 cc, Manual, Petrol, 14.4 kmpl
Rs 4.71 Lakh
GLE BSIV  (Discontinued)

1396 cc, Manual, Petrol, 14.4 kmpl
Rs 4.71 Lakh
Sx  (Discontinued)

1405 cc, Manual, Diesel, 0.0 kmpl
Rs 4.26 Lakh
GXS Cng  (Discontinued)

1405 cc, Manual, CNG, 0.0 kmpl
Rs 4.26 Lakh
GXS BSIII  (Discontinued)

1405 cc, Manual, Petrol, 0.0 kmpl
Rs 4.26 Lakh

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  • Tata Indigo GLX
    Abhishek on 11 Sep, 2011
    Look and Style Looks are ok type don't look very atractive or don,t llok bad also Comfort very much comfertable for 5 people.Even 4 can sit at back comfertable if they are thin. Leg room is good. Even 6 feet person can sit anywhere in car without any difficulty. It is not the biggest from inside but this much space is enough Pickup Quite good pick up as it is petrol engin, but not the best one. But anyhow it's pickup is satisfactory for city or for long jerney. as we are not in any type of... 13
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    Rohit kamat on 04 Aug, 2010
    its a car with a very affordable price tag,value for money,good fuel average of 17-18kmpl,but service of tata cars are bad in Goa,unprofessional mechanics in a dealership.... 1

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Tata Indigo e-CS - The most fuel efficient sedan in India

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. Read Full News

Posted On | October 05, 2010

Tata Motors increases prices of passenger and commercial vehicles

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. Read Full News

Posted On | October 01, 2010

Tata Motors ties up with 14 banks

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. Read Full News

Posted On | September 16, 2010

Tata to focus on markets in Africa and China

The leading Indian auto maker Tata Motors stated on Wednesday that is is planning to focus on the emerging overseas auto markets like Russia, Africa, China and Middle-East. The move has been taken in a bid to boost its overall sales and increase its global foot prints. According to a statement given by Mr Ratan Tata, Chairman at Tata Motors, in company's 65th annual shareholder meeting, the company hopes to increase its market share in Russia, China and countries in Africa to widen the passenger car and the commercial vehicles range. He added that the improving global economic scenario would definitely help the company increase its car sales. Read Full News

Posted On | September 02, 2010

Tata to use JLR expertise to develop new cars in India

The Indian car maker Tata Motors is eying on taking the help of the engineering of its British subsidiary Jaguar Land Rover in the development of more advanced and refined cars in the Indian market. According to a statement given by a senior official of the company, to a leading news daily in India, Tata Motors will use the expertise of the company in the aspects like design, noise and vibration so that comparatively more sophisticated and more vibrant cars can be sold in its domestic market. Read Full News

Posted On | August 30, 2010

Tata Motors rearranges the top tier of car business

Auto giant Tata Motors has re-equipped the top deck of its passenger vehicle business as a part of company’s big plan to tap in-house talent and also for increasing the sales. R Ramakrishnan, vice-president (sales & marketing) of commercial vehicle division will now act as the VP (commercial) passenger cars. He will have to report to PM Telang who is the MD of the company’s India operations. Niraj Srivastava is the new head for the car product group and he will be reporting to Mr Ramakrishnan. S Krishnan, senior VP for passenger car business in India will now take care of the international business operations. Nitin Seth, senior GM and the erstwhile head of the car product group, has been given some cross-company strategic initiatives. Read Full News

Posted On | August 17, 2010
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