Wednesday, December 11, 2013

New Tata Indica Vista is in, starts at Rs 3.88 lakh

Tata’s premium hatchback Tata Vista has got a new avatar today. The New Tata Indica Vista was launched in Mumbai. The new Tata Vista throws a sedan-like experience. The powerful engine options continue even in the new Tata Vista. Moreover, the new Tata Vista adorns a new stunning look, a lot of added features and gadgets along with lots of space inside that is characteristic of Tata Indica Vista. As per the official word, the new Tata Indica Vista will be available for sale at all Tata Motors dealerships across the nation from September 1, 2011. With new features and looks the new Tata Vista has not at all turned dearer. The new Tata Indica Vista price has been kept competitive. New Tata Indica Vista Safire petrol range starts at starts at Rs 3.88 lakh (ex-showroom Delhi) while new Tata Indica Vista Quadrajet diesel range (ex-showroom, Delhi) starts at Rs. 4.79 lakh.


A new front chrome grill adorns the new Tata Indica Vista. Further the new Tata Vista also has new triple barreled head lamps ensuring safety on the road during night driving. The new Vista now runs on sporty new alloy wheels. A new color Summer Sparkle has also been added to the list of new Tata Indica Vista color range. On the inside, the dashboard has been given a soft feel that enhances the sedan experience of the car. Another latest feature of the new Vista is the steering mounted audio control that operates the fully integrated 2-DIN music system.



The new Vista also has USB, Auxiliary input and Bluetooth connectivity option. The ORVMs are electrically adjusted with the help of a joystick inside. The steering is also adjustable. Besides, there is also height adjustable driver’s seat with lumbar support. In addition to it, new Vista also has Clutch-to-Start feature along with ABS with EBD and dual airbags. The new Indica Vista has the same 1.3 litre common rail direct injection Quadrajet diesel engine and 1.4 litre MPFi Safire petrol engine with variable valve timing technology powering it.

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