Tata Zest first drive review: In pics

Jul 14, 2014, 14:16 PM IST
11. The Zest doesn't roll too much through the corners either.
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11. The Zest doesn't roll too much through the corners either.

10. Despite being under 4 metres in length, the side profile on the Zest looks complete.
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10. Despite being under 4 metres in length, the side profile on the Zest looks complete.

9. This is probably the angle that brings out the best in the Zest's design.
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9. This is probably the angle that brings out the best in the Zest's design.

8. Unlike other sub 4-metre sedans, the Zest has a well integrated and smart-looking back end.
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8. Unlike other sub 4-metre sedans, the Zest has a well integrated and smart-looking back end.

7. Powerful character lines along the Zest's waist give it loads of attitude.
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7. Powerful character lines along the Zest's waist give it loads of attitude.

6. The Zest looks even better when in motion.
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6. The Zest looks even better when in motion.

5. Just the right amount of chrome, projector headlamps and LED running lights make for an attractive face on the Zest.
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5. Just the right amount of chrome, projector headlamps and LED running lights make for an attractive face on the Zest.

4. The compact boot that helps keep the Zest under 4 metres is pretty well integrated into the design.
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4. The compact boot that helps keep the Zest under 4 metres is pretty well integrated into the design.

3. Very classy interiors on the Tata Zest could very easily have belonged to a European car.
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3. Very classy interiors on the Tata Zest could very easily have belonged to a European car.

2. Front end takes the Indica Vista design language a step further to give it a modern interpretation.
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2. Front end takes the Indica Vista design language a step further to give it a modern interpretation.

1. The Zest is quite a good looking car no matter which angle you look at it from. (Courtesy: http://www.zeegnition.com)
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1. The Zest is quite a good looking car no matter which angle you look at it from. (Courtesy: http://www.zeegnition.com)