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Old 24th February 2010, 09:44   #886
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Any idea about the approx insurance amount to be paid for a brand new Manza Diesel Aura ABS model ?
I paid around 11720. for Reliance general insurance through Car Connect India.
Concorde people were quoting around 19K
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I paid around 11720. for Reliance general insurance through Car Connect India.
Concorde people were quoting around 19K
Its funny Akhil, Reliance never came up with a quote for me.Feel carconnect has something to do with it. Anyways thanks to you i atleast got 13k much better than the 19k by concorde and 17.2k odd quoted by the agents elsewhere.



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Anyone has a pic of Manza in white?
My Manza is a D-White,Shall post pics by tonight.Sorry to keep you waiting.
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well you can decode the VIN no./chassis no. of the vehicle and there is a specific digit, depending on what the digit is, one can tell whether the manza is from pimpri or ranjangaon.
Another factor, there are multiple vendors supplying the same component(Engine, Gearbox etc excluded). There could be slight difference in quality for the same component supplied by different vendors.
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Its funny Akhil, Reliance never came up with a quote for me.Feel carconnect has something to do with it. Anyways thanks to you i atleast got 13k much better than the 19k by concorde and 17.2k odd quoted by the agents elsewhere.





My Manza is a D-White,Shall post pics by tonight.Sorry to keep you waiting.
No worries buddy

Today saw the first white manza at a petrol pump and the moment i saw it was decided we will get the white one. It looks so gracious!
Fortunately dad was sitting next to me and he liked the white too so its final now.
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No worries buddy

Today saw the first white manza at a petrol pump and the moment i saw it was decided we will get the white one. It looks so gracious!
Fortunately dad was sitting next to me and he liked the white too so its final now.
By D-White are you referring to Pearl White like they have it on Tata Safari?
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By D-White are you referring to Pearl White like they have it on Tata Safari?
hey mate welcome to t-bhp. whats up with the image man, whats that about?? what has it got to do with the D white colour
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hey mate welcome to t-bhp. whats up with the image man, whats that about?? what has it got to do with the D white colour
Lol.
Thats what i also thought seeing the post.
Anyways yes thats the white i was mentioning.
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Old 26th February 2010, 14:09   #893
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For those who required White Manza

http://img213.imageshack.us/img213/4849/imag0047y.jpg

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Old 26th February 2010, 14:23   #894
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Just a small compilation.
Courtesy-Internet, Team Bhp members
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All manufacturers who launch a new vehicle, face problems in the first 6months from a vehicles launch.
I am sorry to disagree,this is the trait of TATA and allied companies.They dont find initial defects.Even if they find one they struggle to solve it.

For example my Indica's front driverside power winder was replaced 8 times.When the last one failed after the warranty period, I had to change them to manual.In cars like Swift you almost never face such a problem.

When I go through the initial quality niggles in Manza,I am surprised to find that these were some of the troubles which I had to face in the pre V2 INDICA 10 years back.What did TATA learn all these years? I really don't know.I am always a TATA well wisher.Hope they correct everything soon.

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Hey guys just a small pole.I have posted the pics of all the colors available of the Tata Indigo Manza.
Q1. Which is your favourite color?
Q2. And in which color does Manza looks fantastic?
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For me it was a toss up between the Grey and the white.

Went for white coz it is slightly easier to maintain and also White reflects all magnitudes of wavelengths of light,and hence in conclusion my A/C should be most efficient if my cars outer surface is painted white. See enough reasons White White White
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Hey guys just a small pole.I have posted the pics of all the colors available of the Tata Indigo Manza.
Q1. Which is your favourite color?
Q2. And in which color does Manza looks fantastic?
Went for Grey Noir as my previous car (Indica) was White. It seems there are two whites in Manza one of them being Rs 5000/- dearer than all others. Is that so? I hope my Manza will look good in Grey Noir.

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For me it was a toss up between the Grey and the white.

Went for white coz it is slightly easier to maintain and also White reflects all magnitudes of wavelengths of light,and hence in conclusion my A/C should be most efficient if my cars outer surface is painted white. See enough reasons White White White
Manza looks great in white, nice choice. Does the car colour make a noticeable change in A/c efficiency? Anyone with hard facts?
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Went for Grey Noir as my previous car (Indica) was White. It seems there are two whites in Manza one of them being Rs 5000/- dearer than all others. Is that so? I hope my Manza will look good in Grey Noir.



Manza looks great in white, nice choice. Does the car colour make a noticeable change in A/c efficiency? Anyone with hard facts?
In our office one person booked the white. he was charged 5/10K extra for that colour by concorde. The car is expected with 4-5 days.
he saya it is pearl white seen Safari.

White colour will definitely lead to lower interior temperature.no doubt about it. ask any one from AP in Hyd and coastal areas. here people paint the roof with white to reduce summer heat inside.
better check with white shirt and black shirt.
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In our office one person booked the white. he was charged 5/10K extra for that colour by concorde. The car is expected with 4-5 days.
he saya it is pearl white seen Safari.

White colour will definitely lead to lower interior temperature.no doubt about it. ask any one from AP in Hyd and coastal areas. here people paint the roof with white to reduce summer heat inside.
better check with white shirt and black shirt.
Painting the roof in White!! Delhi summers are supposedly among the hottest but I am yet to see anyone try that trick over here!
BTW saw a light blue manza today, it looks wow! now I'm getting second thoughts about Grey Noir.
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