Tata Vista gets a leg up
By Ammar Alvi
03rd February 2013 12:00 AM
Tata Motors recently upgraded its Vista and launched it with a specially-tuned Quadrajet diesel engine that delivers best-in-class 90 PS of power. Ammar Alvi gets more.
Tata Motors claims the new Vista D90 is an advanced and dynamic car, delivering 90PS of raw power, offering first-in-class hi-tech features. Powered by a specially-tuned Quadrajet diesel engine, with Variable Geometry Turbocharger (VGT) technology, this new generation hatch comes with new lot of features too.
According to Ranjit Yadav, President, Passenger Vehicles Business Unit, Tata Motors, “At Tata Motors, we develop our cars around the evolving car customers, matching our products with their demanding needs and growing aspirations. The Tata Vista D90 truly fits into their fast-changing lifestyles with its dynamic and sporty looks, its powerful yet refined powertrain, technology-packed features and luxurious and spacious interiors. All these offerings make it the most premium hatch in its class. We remain firmly committed to developing new products across our entire range and we will continue to set new benchmarks with first-in-class features, designed to meet the needs of the Indian car buyer.”
The Tata Vista D90 promises to provide a thrilling driving experience, with the internationally-acclaimed 90 PS Quadrajet diesel engine. The D90’s engine uses a revolutionary VGT technology, which optimises engine performance at all speeds, resulting in faster throttle response with 200NM Torque and fuel economy of 21.12 KMPL. The D90 engine is mated to a Euro-tech 2 gearbox, for smooth and comfortable gearshifts to ensure 0-100 KMPH in just 15.5 seconds and a top speed of 158 KMPH.
The Tata Vista D90 range starts from `5.99 lakh (ex-showroom, New Delhi) and comes with a warranty of two years/ 75,000 kms.
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