Tata Indica Review

The Tata Indica is a compact hatchback car manufactured by a well-known Indian four-wheeler manufacturer, Tata. The Indica, which was produced in the year 1998, was the first traveller car manufactured by Tata. Like many other cars manufactured by various manufacturers, the Tata Indica has passed two generations. The first generation came into production between the years 1998 to 2008. Similarly, the second gen Indica was produced from the years 2008 to 2014.

In Nepal, Tata has been exporting the first generation Tata Indica (version 2) under the dealership of Sipradi Trading Private Limited. Talking about the first gen Indica (V2), the company has featured three various engines: 1.4 l petrol caburated engine, 1.4 l petrol with Hitachi ECU, 1.2 l and 1.4 l petrol Bosch ECU which gives the maximum power of 64 bhp @ 5000 RPM and maximum torque of 99.8 Nm @ 2700 RPM.

Price in Nepal: Rs. 2,095,000 (For Indica E Xeta GLX),

Rs. 2,395,000 (For Indica LX CR4)



 Body Type
 Basic Weight
 980 kg
 3690 mm
 1485 mm
 2400 mm
 Front Track
 Rear Track
 Ground Clearance
 165 mm



Fuel Tank
 37 liters
 Valves Per Cylinder
 NA (EXETA GLX), 4, Inline (LX CR4)
 1193 cc, 1396 cc (LX CR4)
 Max Power
 64 bhp @ 5000 RPM (EXETA GLX), 69 bhp (LX CR4)
 Max Torque
 99.8 Nm @ 2700 RPM (EXETA GLX), 140 Nm, (LX CR4)



Front Brakes
Rear Brakes
Front Wheels
Rear Wheels
Front Suspensions
 Front independent, wishbone type with McPherson Strut, Anti-roll bar
Rear Suspensions
 Independent, semi trailing arm with coil spring mounted on Hydraulic shock absorbers



 Number of Gears

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