Tata Motors has three new vehicles lined up for launch this year and hence the Aria facelift that is codenamed Eagle has been put on hold right now.

2014 Tata Aria Road Test
The Aria facelift has been codenamed Eagle and it will arrive in 2016

Tata Motors is slowly and steadily rising in the market and coming with better products that are setting market benchmarks. The Zest and Bolt are such examples which show how committed Tata Motors is to climb up in the car market. Apart from these two products, the Indian automaker is also readying the Kite hatchback and sedan siblings while the Safari Storme is also set to get a major refresh to counter the new Mahindra Scorpio. That’s not all, Tata Motors will also give minor updates to its other products including the Sumo and Grande later this year.

The Tata Aria was supposed to get a significant facelift this year but the launch has been put on hold for a while. The Aria is one such MUV that has constantly failed to perform in the market despite the fact that it is pretty much feature-loaded compared to the Toyota Innova. Launch pricing and niggling issues kept people away from the vehicle while several price cuts and model revisions didn’t make matters any better.

Tata will be updating the Aria with cosmetic changes, new interiors and a 6-speed automatic gearbox. The vehicle got an engine upgrade in 2014 itself, offering more power. Once the Kite sedans and Safari Storme facelift are introduced, Tata will resume working on the Aria facelift (which has been codenamed Eagle) and it will be launched in 2016. The same year will see the launch of Tata’s first compact SUV which has been showcased in concept form as the Nexon. The Indian automaker has committed to launch two all new products every year till the end of this decade.

2014 Tata Aria User Experience
Interiors are set to get major changes with a new infotainment system

Source – IndianCarsBikes.in