The 2011 financial year has been really a big year for the auto sector in India. With many global biggies introducing their newest models, even the Indian automakers have contributed their bit to match with the present market requirements.
Tata Motors Corp has made 2-big launches in 2011model year in the form of the new Aria 4X2 Crossover, and now the new Indica Vista, sedan class. In the following sections, we will discuss about some of the noteworthy features related to the latest Indica Vista model.
For 2011, the company wants to offer their customers with not just a simple hatchback, but some of the new standard features of an ideal sedan; that is why they call it as a sedan class model. This Indian automaker looks to have got this one completely right, particularly in terms of inviting a customer as the new car is truly promising.
Basic Design Cues
Apart from the older Indica bodywork, the new model has come out with completely redesigned features. From the front end, it looks identical to Indigo Manza. The interior cabin is very spacious with many sedan-like luxury features, and it can accommodate 5-adult passengers with ease.
The interior color format of the new model is dual-tone with colors including Sahara Beige and Ebony Black. The new model runs on tube-less radials.
It is provided with 4-engine choices, including Quadrajet, diesel TDi, Safire-65, and Safire-90. Quadrajet is a 1.3-liter inline 4-cylinder engine, which has the ability to generate 75 PS and 190Nm of torque.
A standard 1.4-liter 4-cylinder TDI turbo-intercooled engine equipped in the new vehicle has the capability to pump out 71 PS, and 135.4 Nm.
The Safire-65 1.2-liter 4-cylinder power-train has the potential to produce 65 PS and 96 Nm, while the new Safire90 1.4-liter 4-cylinder engine has the credibility to crank out 90 PS and 116 Nm of torque.
The new Indica Vista 2011 model has been released with an ex-showroom price that ranges in between Rs 3,88,800 and Rs 6,13,779.