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The top-of-the-line Pride variant is the only one that comes with all-wheel drive.
There are new alloy wheels on offer and disc brakes all round on the Pride variant.
The 2014 Aria gets follow-me-home headlamps. The top trim gets black bezel inserts.
From the mid variant up, the updated Aria sports a full chrome grille.
The familiar 2.2-litre VariCor diesel engine now makes 148bhp (10bhp more than earlier) and Tata says efficiency has been improved as well.
The Pride variant also gets black and plum leather upholstery on the inside.
Both the Pleasure 4X2 and Pride 4X4 variants get steering-mounted audio controls.
The Pleasure gets a double DIN stereo system and the Pride trim gets a Harman infotainment system with Bluetooth connectivity.
The range-topping variant also gets a reversing camera.
The front seats are reasonably comfortable but it's not easy to find an ideal driving position.
In the rear, the Aria retains the same levels of comfort, support and room as before.
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