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 There were two options available at the time. Standard and Turbo were available. Priced at Rs. 5.23 lakhs ex-showroom for the Standard and Rs. 5.62 lakhs ex-showroom for the Turbo. Two 2.0-liter diesel engines with 5-speed manual transmissions were available. The lower-spec engine had a maximum output of 67 horsepower and a maximum torque of 117 Nm. The more powerful engine had a maximum output of 89 horsepower and a maximum torque of 186 Nm.


 The Tata Telcoline pickup truck, Sumo, Safari, and Estate all used the same platform. It had the moniker "X2 platform." The SUV was offered in further markets. The Sierra was put together in the Pune factory. The Sierra had a length of 4.4 metres and a height of 1.7 metres. The ground clearance was 170 millimetres. The SUV weighs 1.6 tonnes at kerb weight.
 Large square headlamps, fog lamps, and rectangular tail lamps would all be visible. Old Tata Motors emblem and steel 15-inch wheels. Additionally, there are side steps that make it simpler to enter and exit the SUV. The cabin seems airy thanks to a sizable glass area. Tata's upholstery was made of vinyl. For safety, ABS, seatbelts, and central locking were available.


 With power windows, power steering, steering wheel tilt adjustment, central air conditioning, rear defogger, and tachometer, the Sierra was the first automobile in India to offer these features. It was interesting to see two rear wipers. The gadget was really easy to use. The Sierra was more well-liked in foreign markets. Due to their preference for more practical vehicles, Indian customers did not favour its two-door body type. Rear-wheel drive or four-wheel drive models of the Sierra were available.
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 FROM THE EDITOR
Did cars become less interesting after 90’s ? We believe so.


 90s were simpler, people loved manual cars and had more mechanical bits in the car than gimmicky electronics. The cars felt fast, unsafe but fast and the pleasure of driving was absolutely unmatched. In fact, only few modern cars can compete with the gems that 90s gave us. Memories, wallpapers and nostalgia, let us take you to the 90s and make you fall in love with cars again.
-Syed Aamir Hussain
THE AUTO EPISODE
The world’s stage, on your page
VOL. 2 EDITION 11
November 1, 2022 to December 1, 2022
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FROM THE EDITOR
Did cars become less interesting after 90’s ? We believe so.

90s were simpler, people loved manual cars and had more mechanical bits in the car than gimmicky electronics. The cars felt fast, unsafe but fast and the pleasure of driving was absolutely unmatched. In fact, only few modern cars can compete with the gems that 90s gave us. Memories, wallpapers and nostalgia, let us take you to the 90s and make you fall in love with cars again.
-Syed Aamir Hussain
THE AUTO EPISODE
The world’s stage, on your page
VOL. 2 EDITION 11
November 1, 2022 to December 1, 2022
Read it online at THEDAILYEPISODE.COM
For unsolicited content, email the editor at theautoepisode@gmail.com
A product of Balkishan & Co.

 Top 5 cars from the 90’s
 


Top 5 cars from the 90’s

 Luxury of the month - November



Luxury of the month - November

 Top 10 cars for 50 crores for the Ultra-rich



Top 10 cars for 50 crores for the Ultra-rich

Someone we miss - Tata Sierra
 


Someone we miss - Tata Sierra

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Volkswagen W12
 

 Car of the month - Tata Harrier



Concept of the month -
Volkswagen W12

Car of the month - Tata Harrier