Tata Vista Diesel
Gaadi Road Test Verdict
The Vista brand in the Indica range was launched in the year 2008 as a classier and upmarket option for the growing hatchback market in India. With changes to the exterior design as well as the interiors and new engine options, the Vista did enjoy success for a while among half a dozen other rivals. However, over time, with better and more modern options available in market, namely, the Ford Figo, Nissan Micra and Maruti’s new Swift among others, it was time Tata gave the Vista a much needed upgraded. For starters, it does away with the ‘Indica’ brand name and is purely being promoted as the ‘Vista’ standalone brand now. Tata is backing up the product with strong online campaigns and a brilliantly made website and is obviously trying to promote the new Vista among the younger generation. Pricing, as usual has been the case with other Tata products, is also Vista’s strong point. So, is this car worth a very serious look now? Bunny Punia spends two days with Tata’s latest in and around Pune and surely seems impressed!
|Other Features:||Mileage:||19.4 - 22.3 kmpl|
|What we like :||Space, comfort, features|
|What we don't like:||Inefficient petrol engines|
All Tata Vista Diesel Versions
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Vista Quad Aura Abs (diesel)
The car is amazing with unbelievable mileage and performance. Stunning pickup and the top speed of 171kmph. over all a excellent vehicle in the hatchback segment for a ideal long drives. read more
Tata VISTA D 90 A Great Buy
I just purchased the new Vista D 90. The features that Tata has provided with this small car is commendable. The touchscreen music system along with Bluetooth connectivity, AUX input, USB port is really great. It also comes with an inbuilt navigation system. There is a driver information system in the center console which provides very useful information like the mileage of the car at present, the average mileage of the trip, the distance the car will run with the amount of fuel available. The engine seems more powerful and refined then the 75 ps version. I a getting an average of 15-16 kmltr in city which is pretty decent. read more
When you buy TATA say TATA to Quality.
My experience in dealing with TATA Motors and their dealer network has given me the inspiration to name and write this Article. My journey began with TATA in the year 2010. Buying a new car for the family and seeing all my imagined road trip come to life was truly a mesmerizing experience that cannot be expressed. Its some thing that we all my go through when we buy our automobile for Maruti Hundia Tata Ford General Motors and many other manufacturers in India. I bought my car with the intention to drive it benefit from its features. I return I came to experience that before buying a TATA Car is should have done a diploma course in Quality Management In Cars. I hope one day Tata Motors introduces this course for all its prospective buyers which will help them to understand their quality better. After a period of 3 years and many correspondence with TATA Motors including their retired chairman Mr Ratan Tata I concluded that the problem was not in my car but with the management of the company and the policies that they make. Its my personal advice to all that if you have any quality issued with your TATA Car you must sell it rather them waiting for TATA Motors to help you out. Remember they will only provide you with a life jacket to stay afloat in the ocean but they will never pull you out of it into safety. In other words, they will fix your problems temporarily till the warranty wares out, after that your one your own. Happy TATAring. (Which means come more to workshop for repairs rather them driving the car on road.) read more
Ive had this car for over two years now and Ive driven it for over 60, 000 km. I can honestly say that Ive been pleasantly surprised by my experience with the car. Ive never faced any problems running this car that long day after day. Its a spacious car, five people can be easily accommodated and theres still plenty of leg room. Its a fast car, with the Fiat diesel engine doing justice to its name. Great pick up at around 2200 rpm onwards when the turbo kicks in.
In two ears of running Ive had no problems with the car, including the so-called niggles every one sems to complain about. Not a windshield wiper, not a spray nozzle, not an AC vent, not the auto door locking, nothing has gone bad or stopped working till date. The AC works very efficiently and the stereo system is great too, connecting my phone via bluetooth was easy and much better. I have no problems recommending it to anyone and Im sure Id buy this car again. read more
Value for money vehicle
Tata Indica Vista Quadrajet is one of the most efficient and value for money vehicle. Even its a diesel engine, maintenance is too low (at least for the first 4 years that i have seen) Vehicle mileage, Power, Pickup and Space are the most important features you get with lowest cost in this segment. Looks are somewhat disappointing i would say. read more