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Tata Indica Vista has always been a true value for money car for me

By Devang on 12 January 2012

Tata Indica Vista has always been a true value for money car for me. The car excels in various departments. Tata Motors launched its Indica Vista in both the petrol and diesel variants in the country. I am having the Safire 90 petrol variant and its performance on the roads has been quite appreciatory. There are a total of two petrol variants of this car available in the Indian market. The Safire 90 is powered by a 4 cylinder, 16 valve MPFI, twin-cam variable valve timing technology which has maximum displacement of 1368 cc.

It has a maximum power output of 88.7 hp at 6000 rpm and a peak torque of 116 Nm at 4750 rpm. The other petrol variant which is named as Vista Safire 65 runs on a 4-cylinder MPFI engine and it bears a maximum displacement of 1172 cc. Owing to such an engine, the variant generates a maximum power output of 64 hp at 5500 rpm and a torque of 96 Nm at 3000 rpm.

The exterior side of the Vista is also very appealing and stylish. As Tata launched the Vista as a successor of its Indica, a lot of cosmic change in the exterior as well as interior side has been done in this car. The exterior side of Indica Vista flaunts various features like aggressive front chrome grille, stylish four barrel head lamps, chrome plating for exhaust pipe, stylish full wheel covers, body coloured ORVMs and many more. From the inside also, the car is packed with various interior advancements and features. Prominent features in the inside of Indica Vista are hydraulic power steering, front & rear power windows, lumbar support on front seats, height adjustable driver seat and light intensity adjustment for instrument cluster.

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