New Delhi: Expanding its product portfolio, Tata Motors on Monday said it has launched its new premium hatchback Vista D90 in Nepal, priced up to NPR 26,95,000 (about Rs 17 lakh). "The Vista D90 is altogether a new car, which is power-packed, has first-in-class technologies and sportier looks for thrill-seeking car buyers.
"We already have enquires for the Vista D90 and we hope that customers like our latest offering in the market," Tata Motors Country Manager (Passenger Vehicles Business Unit - Nepal and Bhutan) Gurinder Singh said in a statement.
The Vista D90 is powered by a 1.3 litre quadrajet diesel engine. The company claims the car gives a mileage of 21.12 kilometre per litre of fuel. "The Tata Vista D90 ZX PLUS (top-end) is priced at NPR 26,95,000. It comes with a warranty of two years/75,000 kms, amongst the best in industry," the statement said.
Sipradi Trading Pvt Ltd (STPL) has been the exclusive distributor of Tata Motors in Nepal since 1982. STPL sells and services the full range of Tata Motors' commercial and passenger vehicles.


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