Tata Bolt, Zest price for variants in Sri Lanka

The Tata Bolt and Zest has been available in India for a while now, although people of Sri Lanka have yet to get their hands on one. However, all that has now changed, as these two models are now available for purchase in the country, and we now finally get to learn their pricing.

In order to buy a Tata Bolt and Zest in Sri Lanka, you will have to do so through its distributor DimoLanka. The starting price for the Bolt is LKR 2,299,000, or INR 10.99 lakhs, whereas the Zext will cost from LKR 2,810,000, which converts to INR 13.44 lakhs.

Remember, these are their starting prices for the entry-level models, and so there are other variants available. Take the Zest for instance; this comes with a 1.3-liter four-cylinder diesel or 1.3-liter four-cylinder petrol, although both produce 90 PS.

Tata Zest price in Sri Lanka

As for the Bolt, you only get the one engine option, and that is the 1.2T engine, which is solely for the Sri Lankan market. These base models will not come with some of the features you take for granted on other brand vehicles, although this is to be expected for the budget.

However, if you have a little more to spend, then you could always opt for the some of the other variants, which will sport features such as ABS, dual-air bags, projector headlights, EBD, alloy wheels, along with an Harman touchscreen infotainment system.

For more details visit DimoLanka.

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Written by Peter Chubb

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