Tata Motors has timed the launch of the Indica Vista facelift very well. The company will launch the new Indica Vista right when Maruti Suzuki will take the wraps off the new Swift. However the facelift of the Indica Vista is a very minor one and will not really affect the sales of the new Maruti Swift at all. Further more, Tata Motors has only managed to give the exterior (grille, alloys, etc) of the Manza to the new Indica Vista but not the complete interior. The instrument cluster continues to be centrally mounted, becoming extremely inconvenient to most drivers. The brochure showcases the new center console, which has been lifted start from the Indigo Manza.
The interiors of the new Tata Indica Vista gets dual tone treatment. Tata Motors has added some nice touch to the interiors such as closeable air-con vents, electrically operated rear view mirrors, Bluetooth connectivity and audio controls on the steering wheel. Engine options on the Vista remain unchanged and the car continues to be powered by the same four engines. The 1.2 liter petrol produces 64 bhp of power, the 1.4-liter petrol produces 88 bhp of power, while the 1.3-liter Multijet produces 74 bhp of power. To be available in new colours, the new Indica Vista will adapt a new variant naming system, wherein the top end will be called the ZX and the lower end, the VX.
Source – ACI