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Tata Indigo eCS

Tata Indigo eCS Pictures
5.28 lakh Ex-showroom, New Delhi
EMI: ₹ 9,784/-
For a loan of   4,49,153 @ 11.5% over 60 months
986 Used Tata Indigo eCS at Rs.55,000 onwards

Tata Indigo eCS Price by Versions

Tata Indigo eCS comes in following 5 versions with 2 engine and 1 transmission and 1 fuel options. Click on a Indigo eCS version name to know on-road price in your city, specifications and features.

  • All Versions
  • Petrol
  • Diesel
Tata Indigo eCS LS TDI BS-III
1405cc Diesel, Manual, 19.6 kpl
5.28 lakh Ex-showroom Price (New Delhi)
Tata Indigo eCS LX TDI BS-III
1405cc Diesel, Manual, 19.6 kpl
5.60 lakh Ex-showroom Price (New Delhi)
Tata Indigo eCS LS CR4 BS-IV
1396cc Diesel, Manual, 25 kpl
5.64 lakh Ex-showroom Price (New Delhi)
Tata Indigo eCS LX CR4 BS-IV
1396cc Diesel, Manual, 25 kpl
5.80 lakh Ex-showroom Price (New Delhi)
Tata Indigo eCS VX CR4 BS-IV
1396cc Diesel, Manual, 25 kpl
6.19 lakh Ex-showroom Price (New Delhi)
Select upto 4 Tata Indigo eCS versions to compare.

Tata Indigo eCS Colours

Tata Indigo eCS is sold in the following colours in India.

  • Spanish Tan
  • Porcelain White
  • Royal Burgundy
  • Jet Silver

Tata Indigo eCS Review

The Tata Indigo eCS laid the groundwork for the sub-four metre sedan segment in India. It was one of the first models in this segment, which is now populated by cars like the Maruti Suzuki Swift Dzire, Honda Amaze and the Mahindra Verito. ...read full review

The Tata Indigo eCS laid the groundwork for the sub-four metre sedan segment in India. It was one of the first models in this segment, which is now populated by cars like the Maruti Suzuki Swift Dzire, Honda Amaze and the Mahindra Verito.

Tata's answer to the new entrants in the entry-level segment is the 2013 Indigo eCS with a few cosmetic and features upgrades to both the exteriors and interiors. This facelifted Indigo eCS is now available with three engine options across eight variants.

A look at the present day Indigo eCS clearly reveals that very little has changed compared to the old Indigo CS. The front bumper gets few tweaks, there is a new chrome grille and the headlamps have been blackened to add a bit of aggression. Reshaped fog lamp inserts also get a dash of chrome and 14-inch alloy-wheels are now standard on the higher variants.

The main changes are inside the car; the standard T-shaped steering wheel has been replaced with a four-spoke one, the centre console, fabric seats and door panel inserts have been given a lighter beige shade. The high-end variants get additional features like body-coloured ORVMs with turn indicators, rub rails with chrome inserts, electrically adjustable ORVMs, leather-wrapped gear shift knob and a music system with bluetooth.

The Indigo eCS is available with two different engines - one petrol and one diesel. The 1.4-litre TDI turbo diesel engine gives an output of 70bhp at 4,000rpm and 135Nm of torque at 2,500rpm and is available in the BSIII and BSIV compliant guise. The petrol mill is smaller due to small car regulations and has a displacement of 1.2-litres and delivers 65bhp at 5,000rpm and 100Nm of torque at 2,700rpm.

Tata claims that the suspension of the 2013 eCS has been reworked to offer better ride and the gearbox has been fine-tuned for smoother shifts. The entry-level sedan comes with a manufacturer warranty of two years or 75,000 kms.

Tata cars are among the most spacious cars in their respective segments and the cabin of the eCS is no different. There is ample space for three passengers on the rear bench and that really works in the favour of the sedan.

The Indian auto major is known for making fuel-efficient cars at low prices. When compared to other cars in its segment, the Indigo eCS is lot more affordable, has respectable fuel efficiency numbers and also gets loads of features. Tata continues to use the standard nomenclature - the petrol GLX is the base variant and the diesel VX is the top-end version.


Tata Indigo eCS Expert Reviews

  • 2013 Tata Indigo eCS
    12 Dec 2013 by Charles Pennefather

    I learned to drive in a pair of Indicas over a decade ago; time stolen while going a few kilometres away in cars my friends ‘borrowed’ from their parents. I remember ...

Tata Indigo eCS User Reviews

nice car
for Tata Indigo eCS on 29-Mar-2015 by Anil Bali
Exterior Nice. Interior (Features, Space & Comfort) Just the interiors are not upto mark, lot of space including boot, very comfortable. A nice car to own.just Tata...
car is good for taxi owners not for common people
for Tata Indigo eCS on 08-Jan-2015 by Avinash
Exterior  is good but it should be change from front. its tough to identify between indica and indigo should have sporty look Interior (Features, Space & Comfort)  its...
Meghant Parmar
for Tata Indigo eCS on 23-Jun-2014 by Meghant Parmar
Exterior  Exterior looks compact and has good designing.The new eCs version looks better than the previous versions.  Interior (Features, Space &...
Dont Buy...
for Tata Indigo eCS on 16-Apr-2014 by Harshawardhan
Exterior As expected for the price paid Interior (Features, Space & Comfort) The interior space is Ok and you can strech your legs a bit...and that can very well be done on a...
The Cheapest Car..Cheap as in Poor in Quality
for Tata Indigo eCS on 18-Mar-2014 by Venugopal Pisharody
Exterior   Interior (Features, Space & Comfort)   Engine Performance, Fuel Economy and Gearbox   Ride Quality & Handling   Final...

Specifications Summary

Engines

1396 cc, Diesel, 70 bhp @ 4000 RPM power

Engines

1405 cc, Diesel, 70 bhp @ 4000 RPM power

Engines

1405 cc, Diesel, 70 bhp @ 4500 RPM power

Gearboxes

5-speed, Manual, FWD

Seating Capacity

5 seater

Steering

Power steering

Tata Indigo eCS in News

  • Tata Indica and Indigo to continue to be sold as taxis
    12 May 2015 by Ninad Ambre
    Tata's old car brands like Indica and Indigo will continue to be sold for the taxi fleet in India. Though these old cars will create space for the upcoming new cars from...
  • Tata’s Manza CS spotted testing
    22 Jan 2014 by Ranjan R. Bhat
    Despite being frequently updated time and again, the Tata Vista and the Manza have been failing to sell in decent numbers. Aiming at a fresh start, the ’Project...
  • Tata Motors refreshes 8 models in line up for 2013; three CNG variants unveiled
    19 Jun 2013 by Venkat Desirazu
    Tata Motors has announced that it has refreshed eight cars in its lineup for 2013. The refreshed cars are the Indigo eCS, Indica eV2, Sumo Gold and Safari facelift and...
  • Facelifted Tata Indigo eCS spotted undisguised
    07 Jun 2013 by Venkat Desirazu
    The facelifted Tata Indigo eCS has spotted undisguised by the crew at team-bhp. The car has already been spotted testing in Pune on multiple occasions with minimal...
  • Facelifted Tata Indigo eCS spied
    15 Mar 2013 by Venkat Desirazu
    An undisguised facelifted Tata Indigo eCS has been spotted testing by the crew at Motorbash. The first car to make use of the chopped boot+ sub four metre formula, the...

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