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I was immediately impressed after my first test drive in Tata Aria Pure and decided to buy the D segment crossover

By Rajan Sawant on 05 December 2011

I was immediately impressed after my first test drive in Tata Aria Pure and decided to buy the D segment crossover. The car features the looks and styling of a premium sedan and equipment of a Sports utility Vehicle. For a person belonging to a large family, Tata Aria Pure is a good alternative for driving in cities as well as talking off-road trips.

Personally, I prefer to drive Tata Aria Pure within cities and sometimes take the car for one-day journeys. The crossover manages to cater extremely well when it comes to cabin comfort during long routes. A spacious and luxurious cabin is thronged with features like dual air-conditioning system, rear AC vents, 2nd and 3rd row with flat floor folding, sliding 2nd row seats, rear seat armrests, remote fuel lid-opening and boot opening and much more.

One of the functions that act as a major stress buster is the high definition 2 DIN music system. The music system comes with CD/MP3 player and 6 speakers. Moreover, a USB port and AUX-in port on the centre console acts as additional accessories.

There are several other features as well that makes Tata Aria Pure a favoured option for city as well as off-road driving. Tata Aria has advanced variants available as well, however, its basic variant suits my preferences perfectly.

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