In an attempt to revive sales of the Tata Manza, prices across the entire range have been slashed. Tata Motors is also offering what it calls as the Club Class Buyback Assurance with a guaranteed 60 % resale value after three years. The ‘Buyback’ will be applicable only if the car is purchased in the next two months.
The ‘Buyback’ is conditional to the vehicle having valid insurance, and not having suffered a major accident. It is not known as yet if Tata has kept a limit on the number of kms driven by the vehicle for the offer to be valid. Sales of the Manza have been on the decline for quite some time. It remains a competent sedan, but suffers from image issues, quality niggles and fierce competition from newer sedans.
The Tata Manza range sees price cuts ranging from Rs 28,000 to Rs 50,000. The base Manza LX QJET 90PS BS4 will cost Rs. 5,99,500 (Ex-Showroom New Delhi) compared to Rs 6,49,337 earlier. Tata has decided to discontinue the pointless top-line EXL variant, with leftover stocks being available at dealers for discounts up to Rs 70,000. The EX is the new range topper at Rs 8,14,409 compared to Rs 8,43,264 earlier (Ex-Showroom New Delhi).