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Tata unveils Indigo XL at Rs 6.7 lakh
The Financial Express — January 17, 2007

Tata Motors on Tuesday launched the longwheel base Indigo XL, which the company claimed is India's first 'stretch limousine'. With a wheelbase of 2,650 mm - extended by 200 mm over the current sedan - the Indigo XL comes with a choice of two 1.4-litre engines. The car has more internal space and legroom, 6-way powered front seats with lumbar support and a separate rear air conditioner with independent controls. Its seats are of European leather and it comes with a DVD-based 4-speaker integrated entertainment system with headrest-mounted twin LCD screens.

A car phone with blue-tooth connectivity allows conversation to happen over the car speakers. Indigo (diesel) costs 7.35 lakh, while Indigo (petrol) costs 6.7 lakh (ex-showroom Delhi). Ratan Tata, Chairman, Tata Motors, said, "The Indigo XL creates its own niche. There's actually no car that competes with the Indigo XL in terms of interior space, features and benefits that it offers except in the premium segment."



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