India’s best known brand is mainly known for its vehicle manufacturing capability. Its subsidiary, Tata Motors Limited (formerly TELCO) deals in the manufacturing of a wide gamut of vehicles – trucks, buses, military vehicles, light commercial vehicles and cars. In the latter segment, the portfolio contains premium vehicles like Jaguar Land Rover, Tata Indica, Indigo, Nano, Safari, Sumo to name a few. The following segment lists out the top selling cars from the stable of Tata Motors.
This stylish sedan available in both petrol and diesel fuel options boasts of 16 trims (4 each in the respective fuel category). The Tata Manza onroad Price in India within the range of Rs.6.0 lakhs to Rs.8.5 lakhs (Ex Showroom, Delhi). The diesel trims get the required thrust to their engines thanks to a 1.3 litre 1248cc 4 cylinder 16V Quadrajet powertrain. This powerful powertrain provides a maximum power of 88.76bhp at 4000rpm and a maximum torque of 200Nm at 1750rpm – 3000rpm. This BSIV compliant engine further ekes out a mileage of 18.6kmpl (within the city) and 21.02kmpl (on the highways) respectively.
The petrol run trims on the other hand, come laden with a 1.4 litre 1368cc 4 cylinder 16V Safire powertrain producing 88.76bhp at 6000rpm and 116Nm at 4750rpm of maximum power and torque values. It also draws a mileage in the range of 10.3kmpl and 13.7kmpl.
This hatchback has been one of the top sellers for the company in the hatchback section and comes in diesel and CNG fuel options. Its price range hovers between Rs.4.2 lakhs to Rs.5.1 lakhs (Ex Showroom, Delhi). The diesel trims come with two engine types – a BSIV compliant 1.4 litre 69bhp 16V CR4 powertrain producing a peak torque value of 140Nm at 1800 – 3000rpm. Moreover, this powertrain ekes out a superior mileage in the range of 21.3kmpl to 25kmpl. The second diesel engine happens to be a BSIII compliant 1.4 litre 1405cc 48.23bhp TDi powertrain. This powertrain generates a torque of 85Nm at 2500rpm and mileage in the range of 14.44kmpl to 17.88kmpl.
In the same vein, the BSIV compliant CNG run powertrain happens to be a 1.2 litre 1193cc 55.23bhp Bi-Fuel engine generating 90Nm at 2650rpm of torque and mileage in the range of 19.3kmpl to 23.7kmpl, respectively.
Touted to be the cheapest car in the world at one point of time, this compact hatchback was conceived as the common man’s car. And the assembly plant of this hatchback still runs a huge backlog, thanks to the humungous demand it generated in the first place. Presently, it runs on diesel and CNG fuel options with diesel and hybrid variants on the cards.
The diesel run trims carry under their hoods a 0.6 litre 624cc 37.5bhp MPFi powertrain generating 51Nm at 4000+/-500rpm of torque. This BSIV adherent engine also generates superb mileage figures in the range of 22.2kmpl to 25.4kmpl.
Also, the CNG run trim known as CNG XM, carry under its hoods a 0.6 litre 624cc 32.5bhp SOHC MPFi powertrain generating a torque value of 45Nm at 3500rpm +/-500rpm. It returns a stupendous mileage of 33kmpl on the busy city streets and 36kmpl on the open highways, respectively.
This car is available at a price range of Rs.2.1 lakhs to Rs.2.5 lakhs (Ex Showroom, Delhi) wherein, the upcoming diesel variant is expected to bear a lesser price tag of Rs.1.5 lakhs (Ex Showroom, Delhi).
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