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Tata Zest Car News

Read the latest news about Zest. Zest car has several news articles about its launch, updates, specs, comparisons and more.

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    Global NCAP safety ratings: Top 5 safest cars in India

    11 months ago  by 

    And we have two Tata cars in the top five slots

     
  • News

    Tata Zest Premio photo gallery

    1 year ago  by 

    Here is an in-depth picture gallery of the new Tata Zest Premio special edition.

  • News

    Top 3 features of the Tata Zest Premio

    1 year ago  by 

    Let's take a look at the top three highlights of the special edition, which help differentiate it from the regular compact sedan.

  • News

    Tata Zest Premio launched in India at Rs 7.53 lakhs

    1 year ago  by 

    The overall design of the car is the same save for some enhancements that enliven its looks.

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    Tata Zest earns 4-stars safety rating in Global NCAP

    2 years ago  by 

    Tata Motors, one of the leading automakers in the country has earned a 4-star safety rating for Zest compact sedan in crash test conducted by the Global NCAP. The fresh scores makes it the first passenger vehicle from an Indian company which has scored high points on the safety aspect. However, the base variant which misses out on airbag has scored a zero star as it fails to qualify under basic parameters set by the Global NCAP.

  • Features

    Top 3 diesel automatic compact sedans

    2 years ago  by 

    Compact sedans are unique for the Indian car market. Bred under the gamut of rules and regulations that determine the taxation, car makers have ensured Indian buyers get the maximum for the money they pay. We now have the Volkswagen Ameo, the newest entrant in the tricky compact sedan segment. And it brings the first real automatic and a dual-clutch gearbox at that to the game dominated by AMTs. So, based on our scientific rating methodology, here is how the automatic diesel compacts, the Maruti Suzuki Swift Dzire, the Tata Zest and the Volkswagen Ameo, fare amongst themselves.

     
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    Tata Zest Sportz edition introduced to celebrate 50,000 units milestone

    3 years ago  by 

    Tata Motors has recently introduced a Sportz edition of the Zest with extra benefits. The special edition has been launched to celebrate the 50,000 units sales milestone and the compact sedan’s second Anniversary in the Indian market.

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    Tata Motors may set up assembly plant in Iran

    3 years ago  by 

    Tata Motors appears to be the latest to jump on the expanding relations with Iran and may set up an assembly plant in the nation and produce a range of its cars for the local market. The Mumbai-based automaker is believed to be talks with Iran Khrodo, the leading national automobile manufacturer in the country.

  • Comparison Tests

    Maruti Suzuki Swift Dzire AMT Diesel vs Tata Zest AMT Diesel: Comparison Test

    3 years ago  by 

    This is one great motoring recipe for cities like Mumbai, Delhi and every other congested metro wherein your average speeds are less than 20kmph and bumper-to-bumper traffic is more a norm than the exception. We are talking automatics of course; cars wherein you don’t need to tire yourself out by constant clutching and declutching to move just a few inches every fifth minute.

    But, if you had a budget of around Rs 10 lakh and wanted a diesel automatic, you got nothing till the Tata Zest rolled out sometime in 2014. Then came the TUV300 – which ran into some recall issues – and finally in early January 2016, Maruti entered the scene with its Dzire.

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    Tata Zest XM and XMS diesel trims now offered with 75PS engine

    3 years ago  by 

    Tata Motors have now equipped the XM and XMS variants of the diesel Zest with the 75PS engine, which was earlier offered only in the base XE trim. The oil-burner XM and XMS variants are priced at Rs 6,83,298 and Rs 7,10,868 (ex-showroom New Delhi).

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    Tata Motors lineup at the 2016 Auto Expo

    3 years ago  by 

    Tata Motors was in full swing at the 2016 Auto Expo as it showcased a diverse range of products right from three new cars all the way to a virtual experience to enjoy a drive the Zica compact hatchback.

  • News

    154 Tata Zest customers come together for a record

    3 years ago  by 

    Tata Motors is still revelling in the success of the Zest. Recently, 154 Tata Zest customers participated in a rally to create a record for being the largest convoy of a single branded vehicle. They now find themselves registered in the Asia Book of Records for this feat. 

  • News

    Spec Comparison: Maruti Suzuki Dzire automatic vs Tata Zest AMT

    3 years ago  by 

    Maruti Suzuki has launched the diesel version of the Swift Dzire sedan with Auto Gear Shift technology (AMT) for Rs 8.39 lakh (ex-showroom Delhi). The Dzire is only the second in the compact-sedan segment to offer AMT with the diesel, after the Tata Zest. Here is a spec comparison of the two, giving a perspective on what each of them have to offer.

  • News

    Tata Motors signs on football star Lionel Messi as brand ambassador

    3 years ago  by 

    Argentinian football legend Lionel Messi has been signed on by Tata Motors as their global brand ambassador. The star player will soon be promoting and endorsing the company's passenger vehicles.

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    Tata Motors launches Celebration Editions across its range

    4 years ago  by 

    Just ahead of the festive season, Tata Motors has announced that they will introduce Celebration Editions of many of their cars in India. The new variants are mechanically the same, but get some cosmetic changes to enhance the look of the cars.

  • Features

    CarWale Buying Guide: New Tata Zest

    4 years ago  by 

    Its Tata’s second attempt at making a name for itself in the burgeoning compact sedan segment in the Indian market and it is called the Zest.  It was launched in mid-2014 and is the first vehicle to emerge from their Horizon Next business plan. It is available with both petrol and diesel engines with the latter also getting the option of an AMT (automated manual transmission) the first car in the segment to do so.

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    Tata Bolt hatchback and sedan launched in South Africa

    4 years ago  by 

    The Tata Bolt hatchback and sedan (Zest for India) have been launched in South Africa. Manufactured in Pune, India, the Bolt range is underpinned by the Horizon Next philosophy and has a new design language and offers a comfortable and a responsive driving experience.

  • News

    Tata Motors registers marginal dip in passenger car sales

    4 years ago  by 

    Tata Motors’ domestic passenger car sales dipped by a marginal two per cent in September. The company sold 11,774 units last month compared to 11,931 units sold in the same period last year.

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