Tata Indigo eCS Facelift Compact Sedan Car
Tata is a trusted name in India and around the globe. Tata Indigo eCS facelift is coming back and will be going to keep the trust up and above.
The nation’s trust is very high and above on the Tata Motors. The journey started from Tata Indigo, then turned into Tata Indigo CS and now it is Tata Indigo eCS. The company is soon going to offer the new Tata Indigo eCS facelift version in the auto mart.
As we all know that recently Honda has launched its Amaze and the game is about to change again in the new generation sub-4m sedan segment. After a face lifted version of Maruti’s Dzire hit the market people got bent towards it. The figures for Maruti Dzire gone to multi folds after the face lifted version. Now predictably we think that other two auto majors such are Hyundai and Ford should revamp the sedan models and get the market ready for competition. We say this because we see a predictable but clear picture of growth for the new generation sub-4m sedan segment in the near future.
The Tata Indigo eCS has written a history of success in this segment in the gone by year 2008. Now the Tata Indigo eCS features a total cosmetic refresh. As by the spy looks of the Tata Indigo eCS facelift version we noticed that the sedan got a beehive patterned grille replacing the old horizontal slab bars one, a revamped bumper with the attraction seeking new styled headlamps, reverse parking sensors and new colors and wheels.
Last time when the Tata Indigo CS turned into a Tata Indigo eCS version then only the fuel efficiency was improved predictably at around 25 Kmpl. This time it repeats the history means that Tata Indigo eCS facelift version will have no mechanical change. The Tata Indigo eCS facelift version will be getting same 1.4 liter CR4 engine producing maximum power of 70 Ps and a maximum torque of 140 Nm. The Tata Indigo eCS facelift version is mated with a five speed gear box. The Tata Indigo eCS facelift version will be going to available for the consumers with a 1.2 liter petrol engine. The Tata motors should think of introducing a new generation sub-4m sedan to compete with the Honda Amaze.