Launched in 1998, the Indica was a trailblazer in more ways than one, and it set Tata Motors on the path to reaching a leadership position in India's passenger car segment. The original Indica variants were followed by the outstanding Indica V2, a runaway bestseller. This car is now also available in the UK, under the label City Rover, following a tie up between Tata Motors and Rover, the British carmaker. Presented below are the different versions and models of the Indica. Indica V2 diesel
Indica V2 diesel: The Indica V2, an improved version of the original Indica, has several added features: SuperDrive engine, BlockShock absorbers, SmoothRide suspension, EasyShift gears and WideTread tyres. It is available in a range of vibrant colours and there is no waiting period (since it is available on an ex-stock basis). There are four models in this version: the Indica V2 DL, the Indica V2 DLE, the Indica V2 DLS and the Indica V2 DLX. Indica V2 petrol
Indica V2 petrol: The petrol version of the Indica is embellished with state-of-the-art technology and stunning style. Features include collapsible steering column, side-impact beam, energy-absorbing crumple zones in the front, anti-submarine seats, child-safety locks on rear doors, and laminated front and rear windshield glass. There are three models in this version: the Indica V2 LEI, the Indica V2 LSI and the Indica V2 LXI. Indigo Indigo
The Indigo is a comfortable, spacious, premium-features sedan with class-leading ride and handling characteristics in the midsize (C) segment. Developed on Tata Motors' highly successful car platform in Pune, the Indigo, launched in 2002, comes in three models of petrol and two models of diesel in six attractive colours.
The Indigo petrol comes with an 85bhp engine, while the diesel version is the only vehicle in this class with a turbo-charged engine. An extended wheelbase helps maintain a compact overall length while delivering large interior space. The different models of the Indigo are: the Petrol GLX, the Petrol GLS, the Petrol GLE, the Diesel LX and the Diesel LS. Indigo Marina
Indigo Marina The Indigo Marina story started following the success of the Indigo, and the realisation by Tata Motors that there was a market for a car that has the luxury of a sedan and the utility and convenience of a multi-utility vehicle. The Marina has the power, safety and luxury of the Indigo — and a whole lot more boot space.
he Indigo Marina story started following the success of the Indigo, and the realisation by Tata Motors that there was a market for a car that has the luxury of a sedan and the utility and convenience of a multi-utility vehicle. The Marina has the power, safety and luxury of the Indigo — and a whole lot more boot space.For more information and contact details, please see http://www.tatamotors.com