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Hi, I have Manza Elan Quadrajet 2012. Done 42000 Kms fitted with stock 185/60 R 15 84 T Bridgestone tyres. Since i stay in Bangalore city roads are worst and highways are good. As a replacement am planning for 195/65 R 15 JK tyres. Kindly suggest if it is a good idea and also how much tyre pressure i should maintain. As of now it is 32 as prescribed. Thanks, Asheesh
Tata Motors was the first to come out with a compact sedan when it launched the Indigo CS. Everyone jumped onto the band wagon there after. Now it looks like the Manza is undergoing the same treatment. Here are first pics of the Manza CS . It is based on the same platform as the Vista hatchback and the Manza sedan. But, it will share the wheelbase and track lengths, and its exterior and interior styling with the full length sedan. The most significant change to the design is, of course, at the rear. The Manza CS gets a new boot lid design and fresh tail lamps that are of the wrap around variety. The bumpers - both front and back, as well as the front grille design is new and it gets new ORVMs as well. Given the rules that define the excise benefit, the Manza CS will sport a smaller petrol engine. The engine will be a 1.2 litre turbo petrol and will make close to 90PS of max output. Now, we have seen naturally aspirated engines with similar engine capacity make similar power, so the focus forwith this engine clearly is better fuel economy. The Manza CS will come with a 5-speed manual and will run on 15 inch wheels for the top trims. It will comfortably be one of the most spacious in its class as well. It will be available in a number of trim options for both petrol and diesel versions and expect the top of the line variant to sport best in class kit like Bluetooth telephony, digital climate control and possibly an in-built Satnav as well. Here are the pics Source: Zigwheels
There are two much advertised sedan offers in running wild in the advertising media these days First one , MANZA being offered at a new price and then an assurance from Tata Motors to buy it back from you at 60% of its value Second one , VENTO , drive in your old car , give them Rs 1 and drive home the VENTO today, start paying after one year , either in one go or you also have an option of 36 installments. I would like to know from you which one would you have picked up if you were in the market for a Sedan