Tata Vista D90 launched at Rs 5.99 lakh
The premium hatchback market is looking more and more attractive with well equipped, safe and quality vehicles. Tata’s new offering to the segment is the Vista D90.
The Tata Vista D90 has been launched in two variants, VX and the top-of-the-line ZX+ that comes loaded with an array of features.
The Vista D90 VX has been priced at Rs 5.99 lakh (ex-showroom Delhi) and is available only in a new shade called ‘Spice Red’.
The D90 VX comes loaded with electric ORVMs, front and rear fog lamps, intelligent rear wiper, anti-lock brakes with electronic brake force distribution, front and rear power outlets, a double-DIN stereo with USB and Bluetooth connectivity, dual tone interiors, fabric seat covers, a driver aligned instrument cluster, a Driver Information System (DIS) with average fuel consumption and distance to empty display and a two-way adjustable lumbar support for the driver.
The Tata Vista D90 ZX+ comes loaded with all of the VX’s features along with a new touch-screen infotainment system featuring satellite navigation, the DIS also gets a temperature gauge, an automatic climate control system, front airbags, follow-me-home headlamps, an LED stop lamp, one-touch function for the driver’s power window and alloy wheels.
The D90 ZX+ is available in a choice of five shades (Porcelain White, Spice Red, Jet Silver, Cavern Grey and Ultra Violet) and has been priced at Rs 6.83 lakh (ex-showroom Delhi).
On December 10, 2012 Tata launched a more powerful version of the Vista with Fiat’s 1.3 litre Multijet diesel engine equipped with a Variable Geometry Turbocharger (VGT) developing 90PS of power and 200NM of torque.
The same 90PS engine powers the Vista D90 range. Keeping with the theme of performance, Tata has given the two Vista D90 models a lower-body kit with a revised front bumper, side skirts and a revised rear bumper along with a rear spoiler.
Tata’s Vista D90 range knocks on its direct rival, the Fiat Grande Punto 90 HP version’s door once again, only this time the Vista is better equipped. And being a Tata, it’s more affordable too.
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