Decent sedan at a low price
Pros : Low price, decent mileage, power steering
Cons : Lack of rear power windows, CD player and ABS
I have a shop in Kutub Plaza market Gurgaon, DLF Phase 1 and I stay in DLF phase IV. The drive from my house to my shop is hardly ten minutes. I bought Tata Manza Aqua Saffire last year in April. Diesel motor was not an option as I do not have to drive much on daily basis and diesel engine is suitable for those who have to drive long distances on regular basis.
Equipped with a 1.4 litre MPFI Saffire petrol engine, the sedan is capable of churning out maximum power of 90 PS at 6000 Rpm and a peak torque of 116 Nm at 4750 Rpm. The petrol engine is mated to a manual transmission that offers a decent mileage. The sedan can run 11.5 kmpl in city conditions while the sedan returns 15.2 kmpl on highway. Looks wise too, the sedan is good enough; it looks stylish with elongated head lights that catches the attention of the onlookers. The sedan is packed with features like HVAC with electric controls, front power windows, adjustable head rest for front seat and lumbar support on driver’s seat along with full fabric seats.
The interiors of Manza sedan have been done in dual tone with ebony black and vanilla beige. This is the base variant of Tata Manza with basic features, interiors are done nicely exteriors too look great. Among the safety features ABS and airbags are absent had these features been offered in Tata Manza it would have been a perfect sedan. On the whole it is a good sedan to drive, easy to maintain and returns decent mileage for a petrol powered engine, I am satisfied with my Manza and would advise others to buy it too.