The diesel variant has been priced at 30.75 lakhs Nepali rupees. This sub-four metre sedan is now available across the 18 outlets in Nepal.
The car is being offered, both in petrol and diesel variant in Nepal. The petrol model has been provided with the 1.2-litre Revotron engine option and the diesel model is powered by a 1.3-litre Quadrajet mill.
There is a single diesel model, which has been provided with an Automated Manual transmission. Other model variants sport a five-speed manual gearbox. The diesel model gives a mileage of around 23 kilometres per litre, while the petrol model delivers 17.6 kilometres per litre.
"Nepal has been a key market for us and it has been our endeavour to bring class-leading products for the consumers in this country. We at Tata Motors are delighted to launch the dynamic Zest, which has been engineered for global customers, by global teams across India, UK, Italy and Korea to offer a car that matches refinement with performance - from the engine, to suspension & braking, the NVH or premium materials. With 29 segment-first features, Zest from Tata Motors is the first all-new vehicle in our Horizonext journey," said Johnny Oommen, Head of International Business of the company.