Tata Indigo - Indigo Manza (2009-present) (2nd Generation) - Features - Safety and Security

Safety and Security

The car's been loaded with a number of neat safety features like, ABS (with EBD), Dual front airbags, Alloy Wheels, an engine immobilizer and central locking.

All of these are of course subject to the variants available

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