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Tata Indica Flash

Indica Flash

Tata South Africa has introduced the limited edition variant of its Indica hatchback. This new model is called the Indica Flash. This introduction came in an effort to provide more value to customers who do not have a lot of cash to spend. The Indica Falsh is based on the Indica LGi model, with several distinguishing features and significant additions to its list of equipment.

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Kyri Michael, the CEO of Accordian Investments which markets and distributes Tata passenger cars and light commercial vehicles in South Africa was excited with the release of the Indica Flash. He said Tata was confident that the Indica Flash special edition is going to be a success as it it a true value-for-money offering aimed at first-time buyers and those with a limited budget.

The Flash Indica is able to be identified externally by its bold black stripes running along the bottom of the doors incorporating a Flash logo, as well as the Flash logo on the corner of the bonnet.  The steel wheels have been replaced with alloy wheels, still of 13-inch size. The scope of the upgrade comes once one sits inside the Indica Flash.  Firstly, there are leather seats with the Flash logo embroidered in the top of the front seats, while the steering wheel has a soft leather grip.  An audio system with USB and hands-free Bluetooth capabilities has also been added.

A naturally aspirated 1.4-litre petrol engine powers the Indica Flash, offering 56 kW and 110 Nm of torque. The front wheels are driven through a 5-speed manual transmission and Tata claims a fuel consumption figure of 6.5 L/100km.

It is covered by a three-year or 100 000km warranty and has a two-year or 45 000km service plan, and road side assistance

Tata Indica Flash Price in South Africa – R124 995.