Tata Motors has reduced prices of the Manza Club Class saloon. Along with the price reduction, the carmaker has also introduced a new assurance scheme known as the Club Class Buyback Assurance, which offers an assured buyback to customers with 60% of the value of the car after three years of ownership.
The Manza is available in two engine options, a 1.3-litre 90bhp diesel and 90bhp petrol.
The base LS trim is priced at ₹5.99 lakh as opposed to ₹6.49 lakh earlier.
The LX variant comes with electrically operated AC controls, optional touchscreen navigation system and all features of the base version. It is now priced at ₹6.54 lakh (₹6.93 lakh earlier).
The VX variant has all the equipment available on the LX but also gets ABS and is now priced at ₹7.19 lakh (₹7.55 lakh previously).
With the manufacturer discontinuing the EXL variant, the EX variant is now the top-end one and comes with automatic climate control, eight-spoke alloy wheels, touchscreen navigation, tilt-steering and ABS with EBD, among others. Buyers can also order the Manza EX with a contrasting shade on the roof as well. However, the Italian leather seats in the EXL variant are not available on the EX variant. The EX variant now comes at a discount of around ₹30,000.
Dealers who have leftover stocks of the EXL variant are offering the erstwhile top-end model at a discount of around ₹70,000.
All prices ex-showroom, Delhi