How many Tata Zest sold in India?

According to the company, the Premio is to mark the crossing of over 85,000 unit sales in India. As per Autocar Professional statistics, a total of 90,484 Zests have been sold from the sedan’s launch in August 2014 till end-January 2018. This comprises 30,787 petrol variants and 59,697 diesel Zests.

Why Tata Zest is not selling?

According to reports from Rushlane, variants of all three models without the mandatory safety features have been discontinued from production. Reports suggests that Tata Motors has stopped production of certain variants of the Safari, Zest and Bolt models, which do not comply with the safety norms.

How many Altroz are sold in December 2020?

As per our sister publication, Autocar Professional’s analysis, total sales of the Altroz from January 2020 through to end-December 2020 were 47,076 units, comprising 44,427 petrol and 2,649 diesel.

Is Tata Zest a good car?

The Tata Zest is one of best car in its segment. As it provides most spacious cabin. The 75 bhp engine is very effective and provides a nice and punchy performance. Overall it’s a nice car but lacks some of the features.

How many Altroz have been sold today?

Sales of the Tata Altroz hatchback was at 6,350 units in June 2021, an increase of 105 percent over 3,104 units sold in June 2020. MoM sales increased 119 percent from 2,896 units sold in May 2021.

Is Tata Zest a safe car?

As part of the #SaferCarsforIndia campaign, Global NCAP tested two versions of the Tata Zest. The standard non-airbag version resulted in a disappointing zero star score for adult occupant protection and one star for child occupant protection.

Is Tata Zest safe car?

Tata Motors: Smoother road ahead In a boost to its passenger vehicles business, Tata’s compact sedan Zest has secured a 4-star safety rating in the Global NCAP crash test. Zest is also reported to be the first passenger vehicle from an Indian company to get such a high rating for safety.