Tata road test reviews
At the HorizoNext, Tata Motors announced it would introduce new products in the coming years to increase its market share and become the second largest in the Indian car market. We saw the entire line-up being refreshed and then the Zest and Bolt were announced. These are the two passenger vehicles
Tata had introduced the D90 variant of the Vista as the new flagship model. This is one of the most advanced Vista, as it didn?t just get a better engine but several upgrades on the inside as well. We get our hands on this Vista for a long term as it became a part of our garage to see how good is th
New products and upgrades, all are a part of Tata Motors HorizoNext plan. On the day this was announced, the company refreshed eight of its products. One of them is the coutry?s first diesel hatchback, the Indica. This hatchback has been improved continued and it has received several facelifts too.
Tata Motors has been put in the global limelight when it took over Jaguar Land Rover in 2008, however before that the company had its fair share of global coverage when it unveiled the Tata Nano. The global media was curious to see and understand how did Tata manage to pull out a product at this pri
Sumo has been one of the oldest SUVs in the country and it is still going strong. Born in the early 90s and still on sale, the Sumo has seen several avatars, and there was even the second-generation Grande, which didn?t do that well. But the original Sumo is doing some good numbers and recently it s
With the vision to get every Indian on four wheels, the concept of Nano came into existence. Initially also called as the Mint, the Nano was offered on sale since 2009 and very soon I became one of the first journalists to drive this A segment hatch for about 7000kms in a period of 14 days across th
Model upgrades have become a regular affair in the Indian auto space, which to specifically point out is undergoing a bit a lull. Therefore in order to keep customers involved and with the growing competition from Maruti and Honda, Tata motors recently launched an entire gamete of their existing lin
The second-generation of Indica? the Vista? has been around since August 2008 and last year it has seen an upgrade, which made it more premium with added new features and improved interior quality and plastics. With the rising cost of petrol, Tata has gone ahead to introduce a power hatch for those
Previously, we got the initial driving impressions of the Safari Storme, a few days before its launch. This time around we get the opportunity to drive the Safari Storme under our regular driving conditions. We drove the 4x4 version of the Safari Storme, which has the Borg-Warner transfer case.
Tata Motors had introduced the Indigo Manza, as the second generation of the Indigo. This was a completely different and new shade of the Indigo. Not only was it more prevailing, but also more stylish and contemporary when compared to the outgoing version. Tata Motors did phase out the Indigo, but t
The concept of SUV has been successful in India, as people like their cars big and bulky. The bigger, the better is what the thinking goes. Also, with no traffic discipline, might has been right. So, the love for buying SUVs in India has seen a hike, as this makes easy bullying apart from the space
With the petrol prices soaring, we decided to get a diesel powered car in our long termer fleet. Something that doesn’t just have a low running cost but is also affordable when it comes to maintenance and also has good quality plastics. Hence we finalized the Vista. The Vista was recently revamped a
When Tata Motors launched the Nano in 2008 it was one of the most ambitious car projects for the car maker and most awaited car that India had ever seen. The Nano project started right from the year 2003. The low cost car was also the cheapest car that money could buy and hopes were floating very hi
2011 New Tata Indica Vista The year 2011 has been a big year for the automobile sector in India. With the global biggies coming into the market, even the Indian car manufacturers have done their bit to keep up with the market requirements. TATA MOTORS has been on its toes this year with its launches
We had reviewed the Tata Aria 4x4 some time back and at that time we had liked the SUV + Crossover + MPV + Sedan thinghy that Tata Motors had got on to the Aria and the vehicle did really well in our test review. Tata Aria is in for a big comeback and this time out goes the 4 wheel drive Adaptra sys