We told you about Tata Motors’ intention to launch the face lifted version of the Manza, that’s Manza Elan. Now the company has introducedthe car to the market. In its latest avatar, the Manza comes with dual tone interiors and an exterior make-over. The new range is available across all Tata Motors dealerships from February 7, 2011.
The Elan is equipped with the same 90PS Safire petrol & Quadrajet diesel engines which powered the previous Manza. The driver’s seat is adjustable for height and lumber support. The fully integrated 2-DIN stereo system with Blue 5 (5 bluetooth attachments possible with the music system), steering mounted controls, Aux-in, USB port & DIS enhance infotainment.
Safety & security features include ABS, airbags, multistage drive away auto locking, rear demister, collapsible steering, energy absorbing steering wheel, door intrusion beam for side impact ensure complete safety.
The top end variant of the new Tata Manza series, the Tata Manza Elan, comes with a host of premium features like dual tone alloy wheels, burgundy & beige interiors, chrome garnished bottom weather strip, fog lamps, and an all new premium and exclusive Tyrian wine color. Among other features, the Tata Manza Elan also has ‘follow me home headlamps’ which stay on for one minute after the car is switched off and can be extended by 30 seconds more by just pressing the lock key again. Led by customer insight, yet another unique feature is the ‘delayed power window’ – even if the windows are left open and the key removed from ignition, they can be rolled up by just pressing the power window switch.
The new Tata Manza series, despite its premium features, has been competitively priced, starting from Rs.5.14 lakhs for the Safire petrol range and from Rs. 5.91 lakhs for the Quadrajet diesel range (ex-showroom, Delhi).