Bad Experience called Aria
Pros : Design is sober and interiors are good
Cons : Poor performance, mileage and handling
Tata launched yet another SUV called Tata Aria about a year ago. Hopes were high and people thought this time Tata would not make the mistakes they did while developing Tata Safari. And though, Tata worked upon some of the shortcomings of Tata Safari, they could not develop a world class product even this time.
Tata Aria was launched into the market and from the first impression everybody thought this was a nice SUV with an even nicer price tag. With this thing in my mind, I went on and bought Tata Aria, trusting this automobile company yet again. I was really happy when I first drove it, but then slowly my happiness turned into sorrow. I slowly realized that this car was the same as Tata Safari. Tata’s cars lose their mettle after some thousand mile run. They start making super noises, and vibrating even at slow speeds. They lose their punch and feel like a burden, and thus become a boring ride. Plus, the technical problems these cars keep having are not negligible. I am sure most of you won’t agree with me, but just so you know, I have written this review to make sure people check on everything before they buy.
Tata Aria is powered by a 2179 cc engine that should have had nice power and smooth ride experience. But, it does just the opposite. Of course, I drove it over 150 kms per hour, but then it wasn’t the experience I was looking for. The ride wasn’t smooth, and the vibration I couldn’t handle. The SUV is spacious and the interiors look fine. But, what is the use of such a car which has no good ride experience, but just some nice interiors. Tata should really work on the shortcomings of its cars, or else stop making them.