In an effort to provide more value to customers, Tata is now offering the Indica Flash limited edition in South Africa. The Indica Flash is based on the Indica LGi derivative but adds several distinctive features as well as more standard equipment.
“We are confident that the Indica Flash special edition is going to be a success as it is a true value-for-money offering aimed at first-time buyers and those with a limited budget,” said Kyri Michael, the CEO of Accordian Investments which markets and distributes Tata passenger cars and light commercial vehicles in South Africa.
The Indica Flash features unique exterior design details including decals and alloy wheels.
The Indica Flash wears black stripes with a Flash logo along its flanks, while the logo is also found on the bonnet. The Indica Flash rides on spoked alloy mag wheels, adding a dash of style to the overall exterior design.
The major upgrade is seen on the inside, where the Indica Flash features leather seats with embroidered Flash logos found on the front seats. The steering wheel has a soft leather grip and the sound system offers Bluetooth and a USB port for convenience.
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.
Tata Indica Flash – R124 995
The Tata Indica Flash is sold with a 3-year/100 000 km warranty, 2-year/45 000 km service plan and roadside assistance. A launch special finance package is also available.
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