While, automatic climate control, touchscreen GPS navigation system with a multi-colour 6.2 inch navigation system and black and plum Italian upholstery round off the interiors improvements. It will be available in four trim levels and 6 colours.
Tata Motors’ newly-appointed Managing Director Karl Slym told that the leading carmaker will add 200 more service centres and an equal number of sales network by the end of the fiscal. This will take the overall sales outlets to 1,200 and service centres to 1,000.
He said that the company will continue to launch variants at regular intervals. Recently launched Tata Manza Club Class is priced in the range of Rs 5.70 lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi for petrol) and Rs 6.49 lakh for diesel, and claims a mileage of 21.02 km per litre for diesel and 13.7 km per for the petrol model.