We had reported earlier
that Tata is working on the top-spec Vista Tech, and the carmaker has just launched this very variant, which will sit at the top of the Vista line-up. The new Vista Tech comes equipped with all the goodies of the Vista D90
. And, like the Vista D90, the new Vista Tech’s interior has its instrument console behind the steering wheel instead of being centrally mounted. The Vista Tech VX also comes with a centrally-mounted 6.5-inch touchscreen multimedia system with audio, video with DVD, USB and Bluetooth compatibility, and can simultaneously connect five mobile devices, including an aux connection and a navigation system. The Vista Tech VX also comes with back-lit steering-mounted controls.
The updated Tata Vista range sees the addition of a new paint shade called Blue Chill. The Vista range has three trims on offer. The base LX comes with the 1.4-litre TDI BS III motor under the hood, while the next trim, the LS, can be purchased either with the 1.4-litre TDI diesel motor or with the 74bhp Quadrajet diesel engine. The top-end new Vista VX Tech is available with only the Quadrajet motor.
Prices start a Rs 5.01 lakh for the base LS, and the top-end Vista VX Tech costs Rs 6.19 lakh (ex-showroom, Mumbai)
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