Tata Indigo, the first of Indian sedans, comes with state-of the-art features offering total comfort and luxury. Competitively priced, the car offers value for money. Having a number of India-specific features, the car has always been liked by Indian consumers.
Design and Interiors
Impressive front grille and sparkling headlamps make Tata Indigo look classy. In the rear end, the vehicle has a trendy taillights cluster. The comfortable seats on Indigo CS offer a relaxing ride to its occupants. Despite being a compact car, it provides enough leg and head room for both front and rear seat passengers. The vehicle has well-appointed interiors, comfy steering wheel and gearshift knob. The petrol models are available with beige interiors, while the diesel models get black leather upholstery. The air conditioning system is effective and the instrument cluster looks trendy.
The petrol variants of Tata Indigo are run by 1396 cc MPFI engine with 32-bit microprocessor, which delivers the power of 85 PS @ 5500 rpm and maximum torque of 122 Nm @ 3500 rpm. Diesel variants are equipped with a 32-bit microprocessor based 1396 cc DICOR (Direct Injection Common Rail) 16-valve engine, producing a maximum output of 70 PS @ 4000 rpm and 140 Nm of torque at 1800-3000 rpm.
Advanced safety systems have been incorporated in the car. Safety measures include Child safety locks on rear doors, anti-submarine front seats and collapsible steering. The GLX (petrol) and LX (TDI/DiCOR) variants are equipped with Audio warning signal for driver's seat belt and rear defogger.