Pros : Dicor engine, all time 4X4, Features
Cons : TATA, After sales service, Design
The first look at the car ,from the front though, resembled somewhat like a grown up MANZA. The side profile may be different, but the back, an absolute Indica Vista. In all an elongated Indica vista. The interiors look pretty decent. The first two rows are quite comfortable, but the last row is cramped , like wise to most of the cars we have around. Aria is a featured packed car. It has all the gadgets that people would be looking for. But, there ends all the WOW factor. The buttons on the steering are so irritating that you may land up pressing one for sure while driving without notice. Their positioning is bad. The AC ducts in the front also are positioned in a bad way. They are bound to hit your legs are ur face is sure to be frozen. I still wonder why TATA design engineers land up designing in such a way, after they buying out design companies in Europe, considering Aria to be a leap in design. The plastics are pretty bad, was expecting a better one. The engine is the same from the Safari. It feels a bit sluggish, considering the TATA attitude built in it. But it performs better compared to Safari. The Alltime All Wheel Drive is pretty fun. Reached a top speed of 120, considering we couldnt get a long streach of road. The after sales service of TATA is still an issue. The features available though are good, but the Sattelite Navigation is quite irritating, may be prolonged usage would make things easier. Considering the prices and comparing with the competition, TATA's have to go along way if they have to compete with Innova, the king in that segment.
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