Yes, the Tata Indigo Manza is available in both the petrol and diesel version. Both the engine comes with BS III and BS IV emission that offers a very good performance and smooth and hassle free driving.
The petrol version of all new Tata Indigo Manza is packed with 1386 cc engine displacement. The petrol engine in Tata Manza is known as Safire and it comes with both the emission i.e. BS III and BS IV. This petrol engine is packed with MPFI (Multi Point fuel Injection) system along with Intelligent Port Resizer. This engine is endowed with C 549, 5 +1 Speed Manual Transmission Gearbox. This powerful engine performs amazingly well and delivers a maximum power of 90 PS at 6000 rpm and a maximum torque of 116 Nm at 4750 rpm.
The diesel version of Tata Manza is packed with 1248 cc engine, and is known as Quadrajet for Tata Manza. This Quadrajet engine is also available in BS III and BS IV emission. This diesel engine is packed with CRDI (Common Rail Diesel Injection) system and with C 549, 5 +1 Speed Manual Transmission Gearbox. This highly advanced diesel produces a maximum power of 90PS at 4000 rpm and a maximum torque of 200Nm at 1750-3000 rpm.
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Hi, I am using Tata Manza Quadrajet VX and I get around 20.5 kmpl. It is mix of 80% on highway and 20% in city. I am more than satisfied with this car as it is very specious and maintenance is also low. It is really value for money car.
- Saurabh Dubey
Usaully around 30,000 kms car needs several parts replacement, it will cost you around Rs. 1000 for suspension, around Rs. 5000 for the clutch and several other parts will need to replaced. We advise you to visit the nearest Tata service center for more information.