Tata Motors is all set to re-launch the Indica range in India. The old Indica is given a small facelift with refreshed headlights, new grille, new interior and many subtle changes.
The Indica will be available in a new common rail engine (BS4) along with the standard turbo diesel engine (BS3), a petrol and LPG variant.
The range now gets 11 variants in total with 3 engine options.
The changes on the exterior
New side fenders
Bigger 14inch tyre on the common rail
New colour options
Body coloured outer rear mirrors
Alloy wheels on the LX and GLX
Decals (on the Xeta & CR4 only)
The changes on the interior
Leather gear shift knob (on the Xeta & CR4 only)
New Steering design
Rear parcel tray (on the Xeta & CR4 only)
2 Din music system with USB/Aux and Bluetooth
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