Refreshed Indica eV2 launched
3rd Oct 2012 3:18 am
Indica eV2 gets cosmetic and technical upgrades along with a price cut to sweeten the deal.
Tata has given its Indica eV2 hatch an update with styling tweaks, spruced-up interiors and minor technical improvements as well.
The refreshed Indica gets minor exterior styling tweaks like a new grille that is similar to the one seen in the Indigo eCS, restyled headlamps and a re-profiled front bumper.
Interiors now come with a shadow beige shade. The Indica eV2 is available in three trim-levels: LE (base variant), LS and the top-end LX variant that comes equipped with a Bluetooth- and USB-enabled music system, alloy wheels, power windows, keyless entry and fog lamps.
Technical improvements include re-worked gear ratios and a 10kg weight reduction. The Indica eV2 is available in two engine options, a 1.4-litre diesel and an MPFI petrol engine.
Tata has reduced prices of the Indica eV2 by Rs 23,000. The range is now priced from Rs 4,01,162 for the base variant to Rs 4,87,619 for the top-end LX variant (ex-showroom, Delhi).