The Aria boasts of certain comfort and safety features such as in-dash navigation system with 400 cities on map, first of its kind by an Indian automobile brand, Tata Motors said. The interior also comprises of leather seats, apart from overhead roof utility bins for the convenience of customers and glove box chiller, again a newly introduced feature.
On safety front, it has an Electronic Stability Programme (ESP), Traction Control System (TCS), Anti-lock Braking System (ABS), Electronic Breakforce Distribution (EBD), disk brakes on all four wheels and six airbags offering protection and stability, Tata Motors Head of
Utility Vehicles S G Saksena said. The Aria, with 2.2 litre diesel commonrail powerplant, delivering 140 PS power and 320 Nm torque, is also equipped with Torque-on-Demand System to aid in all-terrain driving. It will be available in eight colours and has four variants, whose price ranges between Rs 12.96 lakh and Rs 15.58 lakh (ex-showroom Bangalore), depending on the variant, Saksena added.