Tata launches Vista in Spain, plans to sell Aria and Xenon soon
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- 03:44 pm, May 27, 2012
The left-hand-drive version of the Indica Vista to be sold there, despite unfavorable economic conditions.
Continuing its quest to expand its product lineup to the far end of the world, Tata Motors have introduced its latest hatchback for the Spanish market, the Vista. With the launch of Vista, the company has replaced the original Indica (launched in Spain back in 2008) as it fails to meet the latest emission and safety norms. Oddly, the Vista which gets exported is not the face-lifted version, the one with the headlamps and grille from the Manza sedan.
The Vista will be sold with left hand drive configuration which makes Spain the very first country to receive LHD version of Tata products. The cars will be distributed and sold by Nijuler Automoción, the new importer for Tata Motors in Spain.
Currently, Spanish economy may be in the midst of an economic crisis but that hasn’t bunged Tata from launching the Vista for €7,960 (which is about Rs 5.50 Lakh) a bold move indeed given that Spanish carmarket has recently slumped at an alarming rate. Alongside the Vista, Tata is also planning to expand its export range by introducing the Aria and its lifestyle offering, the Xenon.
First Published on 03:44 pm, May 27, 2012
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