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  1. It also has driver's seat height adjustment, parcel tray, "active" grill and spoiler, though this model wasn't fitted with it. Car coming on 10th.
  2. Tata Nano wins the Indian Car of the Year (ICOTY) Award The Tata Nano has won the prestigious Indian Car of the Year (ICOTY) award. In its fifth year running and modeled along the lines of the American, European and Japanese Car of the Year, the ICOTY award and Indian Motorcycle of the Year (IMOTY) award have been instituted by leading automotive magazines in India, in association with JK Tyre, to bring the auto industry in India at par internationally in recognising their efforts. The awards are an expert and independent judgment of all new cars and motorcycles launched in the calendar year in India. An 11-member specialist jury consisting of senior automobile journalists from leading automobile magazines in India got together to vote for the most impressive car and motorcycle on similar parameters to acclaimed international awards for automotive excellence. After the jury rounds the Tata Nano emerged as the Indian Car of the Year. The Managing Director of Tata Motors, Mr. P.M. Telang, received the award from the Vice Chairman & Managing Director of JK Tyre Industries Ltd., Dr. R. P. Singhania, at a ceremony in New Delhi on December 20. This time there was a close contest for the ICOTY award and after all points were tabulated, it was the Tata Nano with 63 points that emerged the victor. Though several vehicles qualified for the 2010 ICOTY, the ten finalists selected by the jury, besides the Tata Nano, were the Chevrolet Cruze, Honda Jazz, Fiat Linea, Fiat Grande Punto, Maruti Suzuki Ritz, Mahindra Xylo, Skoda Superb, Tata Indigo Manza, and Toyota Fortuner. The expert jury members of the 2010 ICOTY included Yogendra Pratap and Vikrant Singh of Auto Bild India, Gautam Sen and Bob Rupani of Auto India, Bijoy Kumar Y and Srinivas Krishnan of Business Standard Motoring, Aspi Bhathena of Car India, Sirish Chandran and Bertand D
  3. this is the car that they were planning to launch here, unsafe, ca fall apart anytime.
  4. Tata Indigo Manza Colours: porcelain white cavern grey maroon red infinity black dark blue silver some golden beige Dimensions:length: 4413 mm width: 1703 mm height: 1550 mm wheelbase: 2520 mm ground clearence: 165 mm Engines:1368 cc, 16V DOHC, Safire petrol, 4 cylinder with 90ps@6000 rpm, 116 NM torque@4750 rpm 1248 cc, 16V DOHC, quadrajet diesel, 4 cylinder with 90ps@4000 rpm, 200 NM torque@1750-3000 rpm Wheel and tyres:185/60 R15 tubeless radial with full wheel covers (all variants)Variants:Aqua Aura Aura option pack Aura plus Aqua key features:chrome front grill black bumper moulding, side moulding and door handles 15" wheels with full wheel covers dual tone grey interiors tachometer front power windows A/C and heater tilt adjustable power steering Aura adds to aquarear power windows central locking rear defogger body coloured bumper moulding, door handles and OSRVM integrated CD MP3 player with USB and aux-in front and rear fog lights Aura option pack adds:(badged as aura ABS)ABS with EBD bluetooth stereo with steering mounted controls height adjustable driver's seat rear armrest Aura plus adds:driver and passenger front airbags remote keyless entry* electric adjust OSRVM driver information system showing fuel consumption, date, time and temperature *yet to confirm, rest equipment levels are close to accurate.
  5. Punto now comes with discount. As in Delhi NCR free insurance free 3rd and 4th year extended warranty free 4 years roadside assistance (not a typo) benefits upto 30,000 depending upon the variant. scheme from 9th to 24th October.