The engine delivers its power in a slightly peaky manner with power coming in only after 1800rpm. On our short drive, we could notice that the improved sound-deadening materials have helped reduce cabin noise by a small amount with the engine feeling further away from driver and reducing overall NVH levels. Over a slushy surface, the brakes felt adequate with the ABS doing its job well to prevent the car from slipping.
Overall, the facelifted Indigo eCS comes with more than just cosmetic changes, and tweaks to the gearbox and suspension have considerably improved the way it drives. While Tata Motors has not revealed the pricing yet, we expect the company to keep the car competitively priced.
Tata Motors has launched the CNG variants of its Indica hatchback and Indigo eCS compact sedan. Tata adds the suffix eMax to all its CNG variants, meaning the new Cars will be Indica eMax and Indigo eMax.