How durable and reliable is Tata Zest?
By: Rajiv Pradhan on 20 november 2014
Hey Rajiv !!
Tata Motors has consistently improved its cars division in par with latest cars. Zest is one such latest car with latest technology in usage.Zest is one such improved version of Tata Manza.Though it features the same engine as earlier, Tata Motors has introduced latest body styling, improved features for both interiros and exteriros. Some of them include striking projector lamps, LED Daytime running lights, Signature tailamps with wrap around looks, premium layered and dual tone dashboard in java black and latte and lot more.
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Not only being more stylish sedan in looks Tata zest is a much improved version of Tata cars. The look is very stylish now compared to other TATA cars. It is durable in terms of a tough built engine, enhanced safety features such as corner stability control, anti-lock braking system, dual SRS airbags, seat belt warning and Low Fuel Level Warning. In terms of performance gears are smooth and even at high speed the engine stays smooth in ride. It is suitable for long journeys as well.
Tata Motors is one of the leading Indian automobile manufacturers. And, Zest is the latest car from their reliable manufacturing unit. It is made with the latest technology, and is a step ahead of Manza. It comes with a body styling, and has some great interiors and exteriors. Some of the great features include fantastic tail lamps, LED daytime lights, projector lamps etc. So, the car is extremely durable and reliable.
The Tata Zest offers a reliable solution for an AMT. Not only the petrol motor, but also the diesel motor offers an AMT known as the F-tronic. Accompanied by a variable geometry turbo, the petrol motor provides 89bhp and 140Nm of torque. The diesel motor comes up with 89bhp and 200Nm of torque. This ride offers a durable backseat and an excellent suspension setup. The gearbox has been uniquely customized for the diesel motor with timely gearshifts. Although shifts can be jerky sometimes, the car follows the inputs of the user's right foot pretty well, surviving potholes and road undulations.
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