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Tata Aria Interiors Exteriors and Styling

The Tata Aria is quite big at 4.7 meter and is a huge improvement for the Tata with its five doors variant and is mostly impressive with its looks. The car has all the right mix of beauty and needs me...

The Tata Aria is quite big at 4.7 meter and is a huge improvement for the Tata with its five doors variant and is mostly impressive with its looks. The car has all the right mix of beauty and needs mention that it is very attractive. The looks are upbeat and will surely be a huge landmark for the company and their brand image. The sharp front, the sleek rear and the one of a kind look at the sides for a tall car like the Aria is a visual delight. The wheels that carry this Cinderella also look quite commendable with their huge 17 inch size and 235 section tyres making for an imposing stance.

The Aria is equally big with the space as well and comes as huge surprise for a first time crossover SUV. The dashboard though lacks the same finesse and looks a bit short on the smart, functional and modern looks. The overall quality and beauty of the car though is surely a step ahead of the Safari but still leaves a lot in terms of desirability when compared to the Innova. This will however not be much of a bother to you. The occupants have seats that are well accommodating inclusive for the both the front and middle row. They also have good ergonomics with ample head, leg and shoulder room. However when compared to the Sumo Grande the last row passenger might complain about some congestion.

The deluxe model in the Aria is packed to the hilt. It has got satellite navigation, CD changer, Bluetooth connectivity, USB/aux-in port, a reverse camera, parking sensors, eight airbags, climate control, cruise control, Electronic Stability Program and Traction Control system. In terms of the storage space the Aria is quite generous with seven ceiling mounted cubbyholes for even the largest of families, flexible middle and third row seats, nicely designed and attractive cabin. The drive wheel left us wanting for quality with its thin rim steering wheel. The Aria runs with a 2.2-litre DiCOR engine ripped off from the Safari delivering 140bhp. The engine though is hugely refined. There is hardly any rattling and the car looks to be in a zone of its own even when the revving is on. It performs well too with a nice long-legged gait and though there is a bit of lag, its easily dismissed with a downshift. On the low rev the Aria seems a bit lethargic compared to the Innova but it does make up with a broader power range.

The drive quality is worth a mention and the Aria takes the terrain in its stride and eases out most of the unevenness during the journey. Potholes are neglected without much disdain and the car never feels haphazard or shaky on the bumps. You might feel like floating due the excellent absorbent ride making you a bit floaty at higher speed. The steering which is well weighed seems to lose its way especially around the straight ahead position. Over all it seems to give a decent feedback under most circumstances and handles as expected. The body roll is lightly evidentFree Web Content, which is not much of a worry due to the all wheel drive system that gives you the much needed surefootedness. There is also a 4x2 mode where the front axle is decoupled helping improve the fuel-efficiency.

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