Indian auto major Tata Motors on Tuesday launched the new petrol and diesel versions of its hatchback Vista, priced between Rs.3.88 lakh and Rs.4.79 lakh (ex-showroom Delhi).
“Vista will come in four trim levels starting from Rs.3.88 lakh for the petrol range and from Rs.4.79 lakh for the quadrajet diesel range (ex-showroom Delhi),” the company said in a statement.
According to the statement, the new range, with a mileage of 22.3 km per litre for diesel and 16.7 km per litre for petrol, will be available from Sep 1.
The car is powered by 1.3 litre common-rail direct injection Quadrajet diesel engine and 1.4 litre MPFi Safire petrol engine with variable valve timing technology.
"The diesel engine delivers 75 ps of max power at 4,000 rpm, while the petrol engine delivers max power of 90 ps at 6,000 rpm," the statement said.
The car is also equipped with a new feature called clutch-to-start which decreases the possibility of the engine getting re-cranked, it said.
The car also comes with various safety and security features like anti-braking system, dual airbags, crumple zones and side intrusion beams.
The New Tata Vista is equipped with new exterior and interior features like front chrome grill, a new triple barrelled head lamp to ensure better visibility in low-light conditions, alloy wheels, soft feel dash board and door pads.
"The four-spoke steering wheel now sports audio controls, connectivity via USB, auxiliary input and bluetooth using the blue five technology that helps pair up to five mobile phones," the statement added.
The Vista will be offered in six colours i.e. summer sparkle, porcelain white, arctic silver, spice red, brilliant blue and cavern grey, it said.