Thursday, August 11, 2011

Tata Indica Vista facelift gets Manza’s dashboard-instrument cluster!

Along with the Tata Nano, Tata Motors ushered the center instrument console design on the Tata Indica Vista. Some people loved the design while others loathed it. It is now three years since the Tata Indica Vista was launched in India, that Tata Motors has finally decided to give it’s upmarket hatchback a makeover. 

An AutoCarIndia reader has snapped up images of a facelifted Tata Indica Vista, just ahead of its launch on the 22nd of his month. The car’s dashboard, which can be seen partially clearly features a dashboard layout like that of the Tata Manza and this is something a lot of prospective Vista buyers will perhaps like more than the previous design. Even as we publish this, facelifted Indica Vistas have already reached Tata showrooms in Hosur, as reported by one of IndianCarBikes reader.

With these additions, the Indica Vista’s facelift looks quite a comprehensive one and will make this value-for-money hatchback a better buy than ever before. While pricing remains unknown, we expect a minor bump up in the price for all the new features on offer.  The variant names too see a change on the facelifted Indica Vista with LX, VX and ZX instead of Terra, Aqua and Aura.

This facelift of the Tata Indica Vista comes at a very crucial time. Tata’s share in the small car segment is being rapidly eroded by new product launches like the Toyota Etios Liva and the Chevrolet Beat Diesel. Now with the new Maruti Swift set to join the party on August 17th, the time couldn’t be more apt for Tata to launch the facelifted Tata Indica Vista.

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