Tata Zest Overview If you look at the top selling car models in India, four of them belong to Maruti Suzuki, three come from the second biggest passenger car maker in India, Hyundai, while Honda has two of its products in the list, too. That leaves just one more step to complete the top-ten stack – it’s the Mahindra Bolero that slots itself at fifth position (according to June, 2014 sales figures). Interestingly, the cars that represent the sub-compact sedan segment from each of the manufacturers make the list – Maruti Dzire, Honda Amaze, and Hyundai Xcent. So you can imagine the kind of potential that the sub-4 meter segment has. It is this lure of numbers that forced Tata[…]

Tata Tiago Overview Tata Motors is now offering the Tiago AMT on the XT variant. This variant is called as the XTA. This is the mid-variant and it will have all the features that XT variant offers. This will make the XTA a more affordable option for many looking at getting a car that is more affordable than Tata Tiago was sort of a revolution in the hatchback space, when launched. The entire package was so attractive that it immediately attracted buyers towards it. The Tiago is a much improved car over earlier Tata cars. This is an all new car at is designed from scratch. It is an all new product. This comes after a long time from Tata.[…]

Tata Nexon Overview After taking a marathon test of Indian buyers, Tata Nexon has finally made its way in the country. First things first, the Nexon marks Tata’s entry into the highly lucrative sub 4-meter SUV segment, and it is the fourth product after Tiago, Hexa and Tigor to be based on the company’s IMPACT design philosophy. Tata Nexon had its world premiere in concept form at the 2014 Auto Expo, while the production version saw the daylight a couple of years later at the 2016 Auto Expo. It is being presented in both petrol and diesel fuel trims in five grades: XE, XM, XT, XZ+ and XZ+ Dual Tone. The sub-compact SUV debuts several new comfort features in the[…]