Thank you so much. |
But bro please don’t call it MUV. In tata words call it crossover.
Bro, it may be considered a crossover because of it's design and interiors. But truth is, it is an MUV as it is based on Ladder Frame chassis. So, let's consider it as an SUV!
Recently I had been to Tata showroom in my city, had a look and feel of all the cars in display.
I got the Storme, Aria pure, Vista, Manza, Nano, Indica, eCS and a Sumo Victa instead of the Gold or the Grande!
Was surprised to see the build and quality levels in all cars except the Victa.
The Aria is a genuine 7 seater and is very flexible. Every seat in every Tata car is awesome except the jump seats in the Storme and 3rd row seats of the Aria.
Even though it has the space, the 3rd row is ill designed and I had to sit in an awkward position. But still, what I keep on appreciating is the quality...leaps of improvement!
But still, some of the fineness, finish and final touch are not so good. eg: the armrest got stuck inside the seat and was in a condition of breaking, if pulled! The Storme was worse; the middle row door didn't open again after I closed it!
But overall, great products, even though they somewhat lacked the value for the price and each seat is worth placing it in your living room! Only if Tata refreshed them and employed some good marketing strategy!