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Tata Aria Key Features

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Pros

  • Drives better than the most of Tata’s vehicles
  • Spacious cabin
  • Host of features

Cons

  • Fit and finish not upto the mark
  • Leg room in the third row seems cramped
  • A bit overpriced
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Tata Aria Reviews (83)

the posh car

Overall rating: 4 Reviewed By: Upanshu (Guest) on 24 June 2014
Exterior Very stylish and a posh look, looks like a rich car. Big and prestigious presence stands out in the road a sure eye catcher. Interior (Features, Space & Comfort) Very confi driver seat and 2nd row is good 3rd row is better than its competitors, lots of place to store things, cool gauges and...  Read More »

Tata Aria 1.5 ltr engine

Overall rating: 3 Reviewed By: abhijit kamble on 06 June 2017
think about same for batter opration againest duster and xylo  Read More »

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Tata Aria Overview

Tata Motors, the home-grown automajor, holds several premium vehicles in its arsenal, targeted towards the urban as well as the rural buyers. The most prolific vehicle, coming out of its stable, in recent times is the crossover SUV Tata Aria which is directed towards the urban section of the country by the company. Tata Aria seems to be a perfect amalgamation of a sedan and SUV; going by the avant-garde comfort features inside the cabin and ability to accommodate at least 7 individuals. It is company's latest bid to entice buyers and get rid of dismal sales figures.
The Crossover SUV Aria was introduced in Indian auto industry, firstly, in October 2010. Its architecture is based upon the Xover concept which was unveiled at the Geneva Motor Show for the very first time. Though, being technologically advanced and up-market, it still didn't strike the right chord for the local manufacturer and hence, recently, the makers wheeled out a facelift version of the crossover SUV which had multiple cosmetic as well as mechanical modifications. Tata Aria is being presented with three variants - Pure, Pleasure, and Pride. Also, the company rolled out a AWD (4X4) variant this time around in form of Pride.

Tata Aria Exterior

The front fa?ade has gone under the hammer and this spanking turns out to be a blessing in disguise for it as this time its more striking and impressive than before. The black bezel projector head lamps which are auto sensitive to darkness gets activated automatically during low light. The traditional Tata grille receives decent chrome treatment and its a tad wider with company's logo embedded in the centre. Beneath the signature grille, lies the front bumper along with the air-dam. The body coloured bumper also features the twin fog lamps which further intensify the overall appearance of the car. In addition, the intelligent rain sensing auto wipers are a real treat on offer with the Aria.
As we go sideways, the all new aerodynamically designed roof line shows a lot of character and even makes the crossover SUV appear a bit sleeker. This Aria reflects company's Monovolume Cab forward design philosophy. As for the rear, the tail-lamp now sports clear and transparent lenses; everything else is retained. The boot-lid, twin massive exhausts, windscreen and bumper are alright in their places, with defogger and rear automatic wiper which starts working automatically when the SUV is in reverse gear while raining. Additionally, the body colored outside rear view mirrors and door handles are icing on the cake. The refreshed wheel arches with 17" Alloy wheels are something to look forward to and cheer. The crossover SUV comes in three vibrant colors - Pearl White, Quartz Black, and Arctic Silver.

Tata Aria Interior

Tata has, once again, provided the crossover SUV a spacious and airy interior cabin with three row seating structure. The seats are comfortable, and the headroom, leg room and shoulder room is praise-worthy even for the second row. However, the third row is a bit congested and not advised for long journeys; best suited for children as space is comparatively lesser. The third row is flat foldable while the second row is 60:40 split. Aria features dual colored dashboard which succeeds in combining style with functionality and ergonomics. The premium leather upholstery is delightful. The dual HVAC with automatic climate control functionality and pillar mounted A/C vents work immensely well to maintain the temperature of cabin quite low and chilly during scorching summer heat. Chrome finished door handles mark a significant effect.
To keep the spirits high of music lovers, the company has incorporated a JBL Audio Player by Harman Premium Sound System - 360 Watts, 8 - Channel DSP amplifier with as many as 6 speakers and 4 tweeters. The center console features much larger color touch screen enabled NAVTEQ Navigation system. The 6-way adjustable driver's seat with lumbar support and height adjusting facility makes it a perfect SUV for long journeys. Also, top-notch features like cruise control, luggage compartment light, sunvisors with vanity mirrors, glove box chiller, follow me headlamps, three 12V power outlets etc. make it even more luxurious and desirable. A special mention goes to the roof utility bins that have been crafted exquisitely and willfully by Tata Motors and they facilitate an individual by allowing to keep small belongings like CDs, planners and glasses closer to them and at safe place. Cup holders in front and second rows along with bottle and magazine holders at the door trims graces the convenience factor.

Tata Aria Engine & Transmission

This Tata Aria features the same 2.2L Varicor Engine which has been tweaked and tuned exceptionally well to derive a growth of 5% in both fuel economy and acceleration. The 2.2-litre powertrain belts out a power output of 147.9bhp at 4000rpm in accordance with a peak torque of 320Nm at 1500-3000rpm. After the re-tuning, the 4-cylinder, 2279cc diesel mill has become more refined and performance oriented. The engine is mated to a G-76 5-speed manual gearbox with both 4x4 and 4X2 drive options available.

Tata Aria Mileage

Tata engineers have worked their heart out in retuning the 2.2L Varicor engine and making it one of the most efficient engine, despite being so heavy. The crossover returns an impressive fuel economy of 15.05kmpl in the standard driving conditions and it may get down to 11-12kmpl while driving in overcrowded traffic, yet it is commendable going by the power and performance that it delivers. Tata Aria excels considerably in this compartment as compared to some of its contemporaries currently in the Indian auto industry.

Tata Aria Braking and Safety

Tata Aria is being blessed with a dual pot caliper braking system in which both the front as well as the rear brakes are disc brakes. This system works quite efficiently and ensures shortest possible braking distance. It gets complimented immensely well by the various secondary braking systems such as the Anti-lock braking system (ABS) and Electronic Brakeforce distribution (EBD). The crossover SUV also features Electronic stability program (ESP), Traction control system, 6 Airbags, Seatbelts with pretensioners etc. to ensure maximuim safety of the occupants in any unwanted collision. Furthermore, the rigid body construction of the crossover SUV over frame with hydroformed frame members also remains a important safety factor. As for the security of the vehicle, the company has equipped it with a Keyless entry system with Immobilizer and Perimetric Alarm System which in case of intentionally door or bonnet opening cuts off fuel supply and sounds a loud alarm to aware the owner.

Tata Aria Performance and Handling

Tata Aria comes loaded with a rack and pinion power steering wheel with dual zone collapsible steering column. The steering wheel also have audio and other controls mounted on it. It acts effortlessly on roads and its pretty simple to operate the vehicle and maneuver it through narrow and congested roads. As for the performance, the Aria deserves a pat right on the back for its impeccable acceleration and flawless performance. It touches the 100kmph from standstill in a mere 14.7 seconds while clocking a top speed of 185kmph. The engine feels a bit quieter and much refined.

What do we think about Tata Aria?

This master stroke from Tata Motors in the form of 2014 Aria bears a stamp of supreme confidence. Its more desirable, refined, safe, engaging and trustworthy this time. In recent times, the after sales of the company has improved significantly well across the nation which, again, goes by its side. Going by the belligerent pricing, extravagant features, enigmatic appearance, lightening fast acceleration and high adrenaline pumping performance, it can propounded with belief that the beast is up for some vengeance in the Indian auto industry, some real vengeance!

Tata Aria Competitors

Tata Aria is a crossover SUV which is pitted against the likes of Toyota Innova, Mahindra XUV 500 and Ford Endeavour. Although, when launched way back in 2010, it was unable to provide any stiff competition to all the aforementioned vehicles, including the segment king Innova due to wayward pricing and poor after sales services but this Tata Aria has started giving nightmares to all of its contemporaries. It would certainly fare better than its previous edition and end the drought for the company by registering good sales.

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