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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.
Bought new Tata Indigo eCS VX CR4 in Nov 2014. So far driven the car for more than 56500 Kms without investing any amount so far in the vehicle for break down. Only the regular service at every 10000 kilometres. Robust Engine performance, no problem in any category. Before comparing it with any other car in the same segment do not forget the amount that you had spent for the car.Driven my car from Delhi to Srinagar, Delhi to Manali several times, Delhi To Chennai via Pune, Indore, Jaipur without read more 2
I have purchased Indigo CS Lx on 4th March 2010. My car colour is Royal Burgandy. I just love this colour , it has excellent look along with chrome finished mirror and rub rails. This colour will force you to say ...... WOW....... I appreciate TATA for releasing this limited colour only to TOP end model of Indigo CS.This colour will defnitely differentiate you on road apart from Taxi Indigo CS cars. From past 25 days I have runned already 1750Kms along with first service finished. Looking at the read more 33
Look and Style: This is an update to my earlier review at 4300 km. I have just finished 8000 km. Absolutely no complaints so far. In fact the milage has increased to 18.7 in city with the AC all the time. I did a long trip of 350 km and calculated the milage in the highway at 23.6. Pretty good.
Comfort: I find it very comfortable, coz I own a Swift. Defnitly the comfort level and cabin experience in Swift is very very good compared to Indigo, but I find the road presence of my Indigo read more 32
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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Recently, Tata Motors launched the Tata Indica Vista face-lift. Next on the cards is the launch of Tata Indigo CS eVX variant that houses a diesel engine and Tata Indigo CS eGVX, which is a petrol variant that is to take place today, that is on September 1st, this year. Presently, the Tata Indigo CS is available in the market in 4 variants, two in petrol and another two in the diesel variants. The petrol variants are eLS/eGLS and the diesel variants are eLX/eGLX. Read Full News
Tata Motors today commercially launched its all new Tata Indigo e-CS, the most fuel-efficient sedan in the country, with a host of exciting features. Built on the existing Tata Indigo platform, the Tata Indigo e-CS succeeds the highly successful Tata Indigo CS, the most compact sedan in the world, which became a best seller in the first year of its launch in 2008, and opened up a completely new market for upwardly mobile young professionals. Read Full News
Tata Motors, India's leading car maker has launched an upgraded version of its popular car in India, the Tata Indigo CS. The new version of Tata Indigo CS is compatible to the new BS-IV emission norms. The car has been launched with a new DICOR engine which is able to generate the maximum power of 70PS at torque of 4000rpm. Read Full News