If you happen to live in Nepal and are planning to buy a powerful but practical hatchback, then the new Tata Vista D90 makes a lot of sense for you. It comes with the tried and tested FIAT's 1.3-litre Multijet engine, which mated to a VGT (Variable Geometry Turbo) produces a maximum of 90PS of power (hence the name!), while returning a claimed fuel economy of 21.12 kmpl. And with the healthy 200 newton meters of torque, the newly launched Tata Vista D90 should be at home in Nepal.  Also Read - No EMI, no Down-payment, Only Pay Monthly Rent And Drive Tata’s Expensive Cars For 3 Years | Details Here

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Apart from packing a lot more punch than the regular Vista, it look sportier and comes loaded with features like Touchscreen multimedia system, automatic climate control, premium dual tone interiors, adjustable steering wheel and height adjustable driver seat etc. Also, with the instrument panel now in front of the driver instead of the earlier unconventional centrally mounted position, it doesn't look odd now. Safety tech like ABS and EBD are part of the standard equipment.  Also Read - Coronavirus Outbreak: Tata Motors Asks Staff Members to Work From Home

Tata launches Vista D90 in Nepal

The car is available in five colours and with a 2 year/75000km warranty, you can keep the worries aside. Tata has launched the fully laden ZX PLUS variant at NPR 26,95,000. So if that suits your budget, head straight to the nearest Tata showroom. Have a look at our review of the Vista D90 here or check the video below: