im planning to buy my first car in diesel hatchback segment....i have gone through models like ritz,swift,figo,etios liva etc....but all of them cannot fulfill my features requirement....then i looked on tata indica vista sedan class...it has all faetures but i hav some doubt abt this car....1.people who r using this car aleady told me that car tyres are of inferior quality and bulging of tyres is a common problem although company claim them to b radial tubeless tyres then why tyres wear of so soon?.....2.my next doubt is that company claims mileage of 22.3kmpl but on road according to users its between 13 to 15kmpl....y so?...as mileage is an issue nowadays....3.some people hav also complained abt dealers giving them test drive cars with wear and tear and they got to know abt them only when they were in trouble on road....so how can i check that car given to me is not used prior to me.....if anyone can clear these of my doubts then i can happily go for vista.....
The swift is the segment leader while the Ritz is also a good model, the Tata Indica is a good buy but not as good as the Swift or the Ritz. The Ford Figo is also a good buy in the segment. The fuel efficiency as claimed by Tata Motors is under test conditions and in real world conditions is always lower than claimed.
Hey, it is great that you wish to buy a new car and we are happy to be part of your new car purchase, TCS employees do get a discount on every Tata car they purchase. However, in order to know more about the discount we would suggest you to contact your nearest dealership.
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These are the Type of suspension systems which are used to store the energy of a shock and release it slowly. Shock absorbers are used with suspension systems to damp the shock motion. A combination of both, helps to make ride comfortable even on uneven roads. When a separate suspension system is used with a wheel, it is called independent suspension system, which allows independent vertical motion of two wheels on the same axis.