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Tata Motors launches 2 luxury variants of Indigo

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Mumbai , Aug. 18

TATA Motors today informed that the Tata Indigo sedan would be available in two luxury variants - the Indigo SX and GSX. The models would cater to the premium end of the sedan segment, an official statement said.

"The Indigo SX series of cars are available in both petrol and diesel variants. The MPFI variant, upgraded with a 32-bit chip, delivers a power output of 85 PS at 5500 rpm. The turbo charged diesel engine is now intercooled (TDi) delivering an enhanced power output of 70 PS at 4500 rpm. Both variants are BS III compliant," an official statement said.

The series is available in three colours - sequin red, arctic silver and carbon black. Prices (ex-showroom, Mumbai) range from Rs 5.76 lakh for the GSX (petrol) to Rs 6.13 lakh for the SX (diesel), the statement said.

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