November 17, 2014: Tata Indigo eCS , the first compact sedan from the Mumbai based manufacturer is now available with attractive benefits of Rs 40,000. The vehicle comes equipped with a new advanced F-Shift gearbox and new Duo Float suspension. Moreover, 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 emax has been introduced in 6 cities across India and will now be available in Delhi, Maharashtra, Gujarat, Uttar Pradesh, Andhra Pradesh and Tripura.
In the beginning of this year, I bought the e series of Tata Indigo CS. On its first look, the new Tata Indigo eCS throws an appearance of a compact sedan. The front is dominated by the headlamps and big bonnet with in-built turn indicators inside the headlamp units.
Comfort: Though from the outside the new Indigo eCS looks like a compact sedan but when it comes to comfort it is not less than any other sedan. The car has an ergonomic seating for five persons with comfortable head rest at both read more 35
This car is for the people who are on wheels and have to travel a lot. If you are looking for comfort and cost effective car then definitely go for it. I own this car for past 4 years and am happy driving it. The fuel efficiency of this car is too good. Interior are ok type and you cannot accept too much from Tata motors. Space is quite good, can easily accommodate 5 full size grown people. Yearly maintenance cost is approx Rs 4000. Service centres are easily within your reach and you get good s read more 1
The CRDi engine has a displacement of around 1396cc and it can deliver around 70PS of power and a maximum torque of around 140 Nm. The car has tinted windows, body coloured bumper, body coloured outside rear view mirrors, chrome plated hood, demister in the rear, electronically adjustable mirrors, body coloured turn mirrors, etc. There is enough space for five people in the car. The car is designed in beige and it has a long dashboard as well. This is quite a stylish reboot to Tata's older s read more 6
The sub-4 metre compact sedan segment is one the fastest growing spaces in the Indian automobile market. While it now has offerings from Maruti, Honda, Hyundai and Ford, the segment was started by the Indigo eCS. The humble Tata sedan has plied on Indian roads for over a decade and has become a favorite for fleet operators. Here’s what makes this workhorse an Indian favourite.
Things We Like in Indigo eCS
Fuel efficient diesel motor keeps the wallet happy. ARAI-certified efficiency = 25kmpl
Comfortable low-speed ride quality. Decent bad road ability for semi-urban/rural India.
Things We Don't Like in Indigo eCS
No airbags offered even as an option.
Looks and feels outdated on the inside-out. Average build quality too.
Stand Out Features
There’s no getting around the fact that the Indigo is showing its age.
"At a price of Rs 4.86-6.25 lakh (ex-showroom Delhi), it offers decent value if you get the CR4 diesel engine powered version."
However, if you are looking at buying a private vehicle, there are better and more modern options available in the same price range.
Model upgrades have become a regular affair in the Indian auto space, which to specifically point out is undergoing a bit a lull. Therefore in order to keep customers involved and with the growing competition from Maruti and Honda, Tata motors recently launched an entire gamete of their existing line up of vehicles in their upgraded avatars, out of which today we bring for you the ‘New Indigo eCS’ in its more glamorous appeal.
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