Tata Zest seems to catch the attention of Indian car buyers with its new design technology, attractive pricing model and most importantly F-tronic automated transmission. Tata Zest was launched three months ago and approximately 10,000 units are already sold though these are electrifying numbers for a car which was sold three months ago but not a bad one either.
Tata zest diesel is probably the first car which to have such a long waiting period and Tata is not able to cope with the high demand with its limited supply. In an interview, President of passenger Vehicle unit, Mr. Mayank Pareek has said, “They haven’t able to meet the demand of the car; he also added that Tata has sold more than 10,000 units of Zest since its launch.
Tata zest is the cheapest priced Diesel automatic sedan which is priced under 8 lakh segment, Zest is available in both Petrol and Diesel engines options. 1.2L Revotron engine can produce 88.73bhp power and 140Nm torque, while 1.3L diesel engine is able to produce 88.73bhp power and 200Nm of peak torque mated to 5 speed manual transmission in both the cars plus F tronic automatic transmission in Diesel engine.
You are wondering why Zest is in so much Demand? We have the answer-
- Affordable Price range (4.64-6.99 lakh)
- Least priced automatic diesel sedan
- Fuel friendly with the mileage of 23 KPL
- Attractive Design technology
- Attractive color options
- 3 years-1,00,000 km warranty
- Maintenance package of 3 years with free 3 year 24×7 roadside assistance
Tata zest will compete with Honda Amaze, Hyundai Xcent etc which are doing very well in Current Scenario though Tata zest has beaten Amaze in sales figure of August.
|Comparison of Tata Zest|
|Comparison of Tata Zest variants|