It's attractive both inside and out, quality, although not consistent, is up by a notch and the new 1.2 turbo-petrol unit is now a match for the competition. Not to forget its excellent ride, handling and spacious cabin. Finally, with the Zest, Tata has announced its grand return to the volume segment.
The Zest is available in petrol and diesel versions; the Fiat-sourced 1.3-litre quadrajet diesel engine (in two states of tune 75 PS and 90 PS) which is already being used on Indica Vista and Manza and the petrol version of is powered by a new Revotron 1.2-litre turbocharged, 90 PS engine. All come with a 5-speed manual transmission, with the option of an automated manual on diesel versions. The Zest range includes XE, XM, XMA, XMS and XT trim options; Zest XE priced at Rs. 4.64 Lacs is the base variant of the manual petrol Tata Zest which comes with features such as a tilt adjustable steering wheel, driver information display, a cup holder in the centre console, tilt adjustable steering wheel, dual tone interiors, adjustable front headrests, an under seat storage drawer, air conditioning and heating, a tachometer and door pockets on all 4 doors.
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