Taking advantage for free Tata Vista accessories

The new Tata Vista has not been on the market that long, and already there is an amazing offer running. From now until September 27th you will be able to get your hands on free accessories for the vehicle, which is said to be worth Rs 5,000 and Rs 10,000 depending where you live.

The lower figure applies to those who live in the north, east and west parts of Indoa, and the higher figure if you happen to reside in Chattisgarh, Goa, Madhya, Maharashtra and Pradesh. We cannot tell you what accessories will be included, but we cannot see it being much — so don’t get too excited. Having said that, what with the state of the world economy, it’s better than nothing.

Looking on the official Tata website we can tell right away the vehicles that the Indian car maker wishes to take on, these include the Nissan Micra and the Ford Figo. These have very modern designs, so Tata knew that they had to redesign the aging Vista. The company also thought that it was time to scrap the Indica brand from the Vista, it is hoped that this will now appeal to the younger driver.

Looking at the redesign it looks as though Tata are now trying to follow what Kia has done; a few years ago the designs were boring and predictable — now they are bold. The biggest feature for the Vista is its price, as it is very competitive — something we have come to expect from Tata. Visit their official website, where you will be able to view the Vista in all its glory, as well as learn what technology makes the thing go.

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Written by Peter Chubb

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