Hatchback, Manual, 1,405 cc, Diesel, 17.8 kmpl
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The Tata Indica was the very first passenger car developed by Tata Motors, and some also consider it to be the first ever domestic passenger developed fully in India. It is an entry level hatch with a basic design and was first introduced in 1998. The Vista was also developed with its DNA from the Indica. There are two engine options, one in petrol and one in diesel with many variants and there is also the new eV2, which is what we tested. The Indica competes with other entry level hatches such as the Chevy beat, Hyundai i10 and several other entry level Maruti Suzuki hatches.
The exterior design of the Indica eV2 has been altered slightly since it was first introduced. You know get a slightly more modern but basic design and you can also get some decals on the body. The top end variant also comes with alloy wheels to make the car look better. Other than that it’s got a very basic design and its front grille is not the best looking. The car is just less than 4 metres long and it has a short front hood which makes it look a little boxy with no real impressive lines.
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