Tata Motors announced the launch of the new 2014 Vista range in the Indian market. The company has also introduced a new variant VX Tech, which comes loaded with advanced technological features like Touchscreen Multimedia system with GPS Navigation, New Drive pro console, Advanced Driver information system, new Front Duo-float suspension, steering wheel mounted controls & Blue-5 Technology, and more such best-in-class features, which makes the car the most exciting hatch in the A2 segment.
The Vista range is available in 3 trims – LS, LX and VX Tech and 3 engine options: 1.3 Quadrajet & 1.4 TDi. The LX trim is available only with the 1.4 litre TDI BSIII diesel engine while the top-end limited edition variant, the VX Tech is offered in 1.3 litre, Quadrajet 75PS BSIV diesel engine only.
The 1.2 & 1.4 Saffire petrol engines & the D90 diesel option have been discontinued making way for the new Vista (Falcon 4) which will be powered by the next generation 1.2T REVOTRON Turbo-petrol engine.
The Vista range starts at Rs.4.94 Lakhs for Vista LS, and goes upto Rs. 5.99 Lakhs for the Vista VX Tech, ex-showroom Delhi.
Tata has also introduced a new exterior colour, Blue Chill and will be offered on the VX trim only.
Vista Tech feature highlights
- 6.5” TFT touchscreen based multimedia system designed for audio (radio and CD), video (DVD), USB, Blue-5 (Bluetooth pairing with upto 5 different mobile phones), AUX-IN and advanced GPS navigation system
- Illuminated steering wheel mounted controls
- Drive Pro Console
- Advanced driver information system at the center console with Digital clock, Instantaneous fuel economy and average fuel economy
- Dual tone interiors
- Full fabric seats
- Inside door handles with chrome embellishments
The Vista Tech is a limited edition variant and will may be discontinued once the Falcon 4 is launched.