Indigo is Tata’s subcompact car sedan founded along the popular Tata Indica platform. Tata Indigo made its first appearance in 2002. It arrives as sedan, estate and station wagon adaptations. Marina, the estate, was revealed in 2004.
The Indigo brings in with it a bag full of delightful features and elegant characteristics, and sticks to global safety criteria. Built on the steel monocoque structure, the automobile has cleared European standards of safety. It undergone full head-on and offset facade crash examinations as well as survival safety trials.
The Indigo is presently available in two petrol, and diesel versions in addition to the one fresh variant viz. LS DICOR that goes with a 1.4L Common Rail Diesel Injection engine.
The Indigo is for sale in 2 adaptations, petrol and diesel engine. The petrol adaptation is available in 5 variants. All the editions are available with 1.4L SOHC (Single Overhead Camshaft) Multi Point Fuel Injected petrol engine and an adequate 32-bit microprocessor that allows a peak power of eighty-four bhp along with a torque of 118 Nm.
The diesel edition is for sale in 7 variants. All these forms are geared up with a 1.4litre turbo-charged, engine with Intercooler that serves out sixty-nine bhp. As an add-on to the queue, the Indigo acquires two brand-new diesel variants with a DICOR engine that respires through a Dual Overhead Camshaft (DOHC) Valve train, and makes sixty-nine bhp at 4,000 rev and one hundred forty Newton-metre of torque between 1,900 and 2,800 rpm. The DICOR makes up a low revving engine, comfortable at city traffic and an expert sprinter on highways as well.
The petrol version does satisfactorily. Fuel saving has enough of scope for advance. Ride quality has a few crude edges that could be calibrated. The turbocharged diesel engine adaptation has an exhaust tone for the impressible.