While many other auto manufacturers have raised the prices of its vehicles in India, Tata Motors has  announced a cut in the prices of its small car Indica eV2 by Rs. 23,000 at a time when it launched its refreshed version. The news was announced on October 2, 2012 and the prices have been increased at a time when other car makers are looking towards increasing prices due to the rising input costs.

The company released a statement which said, “Tata Motors today launched the refreshed Tata Indica eV2… The Tata Indica eV2 has been made even more economical with a reduction in price by Rs 23,000”.

The price range of the new eV2 begins from Rs. 4,01,162 for the base variant and will go up to Rs. 4,87, 619, ex showroom price Delhi.

The new eV2 is reportedly powered by a 1,396 cc common rail diesel engine, which will give a mileage of 25 km per litre of fuel. The statement from the company also added, “The car is also available with an MPFI petrol engine to provide customers with a wider choice. Both the engines are compliant with Bharat Stage IV emission norms”.

The new vehicle will have fresh exteriors, stylish headlamps, new front bumper and alloy wheels.



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