Wednesday, February 8, 2012

New Tata Vista Sedan Class launched in Nepal

After receiving outstanding response and success in India, Tata Motors launched Tata Vista Sedan Class in Nepal on Tuesday.

Tata Vista Sedan Class

"With an aim to create a new breed which reinvents the conventional hatchback with an exquisite class of a sedan, the all new Vista Sedan Class has been given a complete makeover," Spiradi Trading, the authorized distributors of Tata Motors for Nepal, said in a statement.

According to the statement, Vista Sedan Class is all set to redefine the attributes of space, style, comfort, safety and fuel efficiency across all existing hatchbacks forever.

"The all new Vista showcases the progresses Tata Motors has made over the last several years of its first outing in the passenger car business in terms of design, quality, performance, technology and refinement. Compared to the other offerings in the market, the new vehicle is a significant set up over the previous generation and in line with other world class offerings," the statement added.

The Sedan has a complete new skin, height adjustable driver´s seat, tilt adjustable steering wheel, utility space in the floor console under the seat, deep glove box which can accommodate laptop, tubeless tyre, a new twist beam suspension, gas filled shock absorbers, among others.

The new Sedan comes with new features like dual SRS airbags, ABS with EBD assisted brakes, electrically controlled ORVMs, double din music system with Bluetooth and auxiliary input with steering controls, dual tone alloy wheels and keyless entry.

"The new sedan stands out from other vehicle because of its complete front design change which looks similar to Manza. New triple barrel headlamps, new grille and fog lamps now lend a classier and modern touch to the appearance up front," said the statement.

The car is powered by a range of internationally acclaimed power trains -- the new 1.3 liter Quadrajet Common Rail diesel engine and the 1.4 liter Safire MPF petrol engine manufactured by Fiat-Tata joint venture.

Siradi is providing 24 months or 7500 km warranty on Vista Sedan Class. The car is being launched at an introductory price ranging from Rs 1.89 million to Rs 2.64 million.

Source: Republica

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