A day long date with Tata Hexa

If you ask me? Memories and discoveries are made while travelling to new places and going on road trips!

Luckily I got a chance to experience both, YES! Last week i.e 22/10/2016 to 23/10/2016 I got a chance to witness and experience the #HexaExperience with the all new yet to be launched Tata Motors flagship Hexa, thanks to good folks at indiblogger.in for organizing the event in association with Tata Motors and shortlisting 60 bloggers from across India to experience the ultimate drive of Tata Hexa at Hyderabad – the city of Nizams and Pearls, accommodation was at the Novotel Hotel – Hyderabad, near the airport.


The Mumbai bloggers reached the hotel at around 3.00pm, we were pleasantly greeted by Team Indiblogger and the Novotel Hotel Reception staff. After the warm welcome, we were guided to our hotel rooms and blogger registrations. After that we headed towards lunch at the Novotel’s Square restaurant – lavish and exquisite cuisine on the menu. We gathered again at around 6.30pm for a briefing at the Novotel Hotel ballroom from Tata Motors engineering, design and marketing team, followed by Q & A session.


The first to take the center stage and greet us was Nihal from team Indiblogger, after that Mr. Ashish Sahni took over and spoke about the Tata Hexa and shared some brief information about the car apart from welcoming us on behalf of Tata Motors. Next to come up was Mr. Vivek Srivatsa, Head-Marketing for Tata Motors Passenger Vehicles, who aptly described the concept for developing a new breed of MUV, the thought process and the challenges of understanding the customers need by evaluating the analytical data gathered.

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Highlight of the presentation was discussion on design, driving characteristics, comfort, size and Safety & Technology apart from categorizing the Tata Hexa into multiple categories such as Power packed – that is the engine under the hood, feature loaded – that is the interior and car’s function with multi driving modes and off road capabilities and Adrenaline pumping – the driving experience.

Next was Mr. Richard Winsor – Chief Designer Exteriors at TATA Motors who gave a brief background about the design of the car, exterior and interiors, the challenges they faced while designing MUV for Indian roads while keeping it upbeat in looks and comfort. Richard described about the 2 categories which he stated as Impact design, the EX’s which were EXCITING, EXPRESSIVE and EXTRAORDINARY and the IN’s which were INVITING, INTELLIGENT and INTOUCH. I was impressed when Mr. Richard spoke about the car’s seat design, which was given special attention by adding some amazing dimension to the overall look and feel, which was premium in all aspects.

Cocktail and dinner was waiting for us. As we headed towards the lawn of the Novotel Hotel we were surprised to see some additions, such as punching bags. Cocktails were theme based-Power packed, feature loaded and adrenaline pumping. Apart from that there were couple of caricature artists, but however the show stopper of the evening was Mr. Biswa, the Youtuber and stand-up comedian who is admired for his sarcastic and witty cracks on daily life situations and happenings, it was a pleasant surprise. Apart from all – a fantastic dinner and a great networking session with bloggers, a lot of new faces besides the familiar ones.


Next day was an early wakeup call of 5.00am for breakfast, it was a bright and beautiful Sunday morning to go for a long drive. After breakfast, we were given a briefing about how to use the different functions of the car to maximum effects for both Manual and Automatic transmission cars.

There were 20 cars and 60 bloggers, so 20 teams of 3 bloggers each were designated the night before. Every car was accompanied by a person from the Tata Motors staff, so that they could tell about the features and help in providing information needed while driving and understanding the car’s DNA. It was roughly a 170 kms drive overall. I was accompanied by Tanmay Pangam and Priya Shiva, both being an amazing company, we had a gala time while driving and cruising throughout the journey along with some halts at scenic locations.


First Impressions on the driving Tata Hexa:

  • The Driver’s Seat: The captain seat as I would say because of the height and the feel of the seat, it is so well positioned that I could view 2 to 3 cars ahead of me in a straight line, so you can just imagine how authoritative one would feel.
  • Steering: Steering was smooth, the car is very responsive while in high speeds and overtaking, apart from a stable experience while driving along the highway as well as single lane bumpy roads.
  • Comfort: If you consider driving a MUV which is as broad and muscular as the Tata Hexa, you would doubt the comfort in driving experience considering the sheer size of the car and the steering control, but that is when it surprises you with a very pleasant driving experience considering the comfortable seat and the steering controls.
  • The Sheer Power: While I was on the AWD (Automatic Transmission) version of Tata Hexa which comes in 2-WD (wheel drive) 2 litre VARICOR engine, the engine was responsive to acceleration and was giving power accordingly to the push of the pedal, I have driven few AWD cars before, but the Tata Hexa exceeded expectation and gave a power pack performance.
  • Off road comfort: While we were given a fairly bumpy route to test the Tata hex on all fronts, we were on a long single lane passage with bumpy roads and rough turns, the car cruised as if it was going on a highway, due to the big wide tire of 19 inch and rubber to alloy ratio, it played a significant role in giving a truly comfortable ride apart from the strong, steady and reliable shock absorber and not to forget the body hugging seats, just the right ingredients for a comfortable off road experience.
  • The dazzling surround sound: The JBL speakers in the car are well integrated, designed and positioned perfectly to set the mood rolling while you are thundering along the roadway.

Thou I could go on and on with the list, but I will restrict myself here, and share my bits on the off-road experience which was thrilling indeed, after the 170 kms drive, we reached back to Novotel Hotel, we were instructed to have an off-road experience with Tata Hexa so that they could demonstrate the off-road features of the Tata Hexa. Some of the highlights of the off-road experience were:

  • The dead holes: Yes, the Tata Hexa easily crossed through the dead holes like a boss with its extraordinary shock absorbers and intelligent tyre pressure sensing technology it aptly understands which tyre requires pressure and accordingly powers individual tyre giving enough torque required to glide through dicey surface, I have taken some pictures which will demonstrate what I am talking about.
  • Scary Tilt: After covering some scenic beauties, the first thing I was told is to fasten my seat belt, cause it’s going to be a fun ride, when the car reached the tilted surface, I was in a state of disbelief about how will this car tilt and stay stable, but while I was experiencing the drive through that tilt, the car was stable at that degree of slope, showcasing the cars stability and grip on any road.


  • The Un-Skid: Well, you can drive along smoothly on icy surface with your Tata Hexa, yes! As I have spoken in point 1, the technology allows the car to understand which tyre requires torque and delivers the power to cruise through.


  • Hill descent and hold: It was a roller coaster ride but wait, the driving instructor on the wheels told us something that was a little hard to believe at first, so with the Tata Hexa while you are driving on hill descent pathway, all you need to do is essentially nothing, the system does its thing while on rough road mode automatically.


Final Comments:

Though the price point of the Tata Hexa is still a mystery and it shall be revealed at the time of Launch, however the speculation in the auto world are eyeing at a competitive price of around the range of 15 to 20 Lakhs, is it worth it? A thumping yes after driving the car and understanding the true potential of features and the striking looks, I would invest in it for the off road as well as long drive getaways. Tata Motors have worked extensively on the exteriors, interiors and the engineering to pull off a stunner MUV – and it has impressed everyone who has driven this beast!


Honda Jazz – The Car You Desire to Jazz around

When was the last time you thought of buying a rather sophisticated, reliable, spacious and mileage friendly hatch bag, if you are still wondering, thinking and scratching your head about what I am talking about, well look what I have in store for you in this post.. Yes, it’s my review on the ALL New HONDA Jazz.

As we all know that HONDA cars are a mark of reliability, performance and style bundles up, they are pretty consistent in their approach and deliverable for many a decades now.

Talking about the all new Honda JAZZ, it’s the 3rd Roll out model from its predecessor and as you will find out in my review that the car has amazed in performance, driving comfort and other features which surely will make you fall in love with the car.


Lets first talk about how the New Jazz looks from the outside:

The car from the outside looks a complete ripper (by ripper i mean very stylish and classy), Honda has done well to grab the eye balls with a appealing and futuristic design with premium curved line extended towards the car both sides giving it a sporty dimension. Some highlights of the exteriors are :

1) Sporty wraparound Headlamp

2) Bold Aerodynamic Character line

3) Large Vent Windows

4) Front Fog Lamp

5) Tailgate spoiler with integrated LED Stop lamp

6) Rare license Chrome Garnish

7) Dynamic Alloy Wheel

8) Electrically adjustable outside mirror

9) Rare micro roof antenna

Honda Jazz Exterior features

Complementing the ripper exterior look is a more sophisticated interior of the all NEW JAZZ, when you sit in the car you can feel a vibe of luxury and why not if we talk about the features in the interiors, we are talking about a sporty steering wheel with one of a kind audio mount within the steering along with hands-free controls for phone embedded in the steering.

It also has a touch panel for all the ac controls and a 5″ integrated audio connectivity screen for controlling all those music files from your ipod or any other music players/phone, apart from that navigations is inbuilt and other settings like FM/AM to choose from.

To complete the interior feel, how can we not talk about the lavishly spacious Jazz from within, the leg space is sufficient for a comfortable long ride. Talking about spacious, there is one thing which is full of space and that is the luggage area at the back of the car which is a whopping 324 liters, so the next time you are planning for a long road trip or picnic, don’t worry the Jazz has sufficient space.

Honda Jazz Interior features

The New Jazz is available in 2 variants and that are:

1) The i-DTEC 1.5L fuel efficient diesel engine which the company claims to give 27.3 KMPL

2) The 1.2L i-VTEC petrol engine which provides a balance of 90 ps and a milage of 18.7 Kmpl in manual mode, it’s also available in Auto transmission for petrol variant.

Honda Jazz Engine features

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If that was where you thought the car has got enough features and gizmos to impress you, hold on here is much more coming to assure you that this hatch back has everything covered to make you smile every time you take it for a ride:

Some of its utility features include:

1) Tilt Steering

2) Center console Power and USB Ports

3) 354 liters Boot Space

4) Driver seat height adjuster

5) First in Segment – Rare parking camera with multiple views such as wide, normal and top angle

6) Multiple cups and bottle holders at front and rare

Honda Jazz Utility features

Though by now all the features and utility must have impressed you quite a fair bit, but are we safe in the car for that drive, which is a major research area and recent cause of road mishaps show that if the car doesn’t have sufficient safety measure, no one can evade a lethal catastrophe to which Honda ensures that every aspect of safety measures are covered and not compromising on safety and consider a priority.

Honda Jazz Safety featuresOverall, the all new Honda Jazz drives smooth without any hiccups on bumpy Mumbai roads and gives is pleasant driving experience with all the lavish gizmo’s, a powerful and performance oriented engine which satisfies the need for power, stability and stays light on the pocket with its fuel efficiency.

Tata Nano GenX – Refining Comfort with Class

Indiblogger meets are always a fun experience and this time around it was time for the Tata Nano GenX event at Tata Lake house – Pune, bloggers for Pune, Mumbai and other states were selected to have a hands on experience of the new Tata Nano GenX AMT with a day full of activities and action guaranteed. Luckily I was amongst the 24 others who were selected! I was excited and jubilant to say the least.

The event was on a sunny Sunday, bloggers assembled at common junctions where bus was going to halt and we started off the journey towards reaching Tata Lake house at around 10.30am, we had a fun time introducing ourselves, chatting with our fellow bloggers, taking selfies sharing and exchanging happiness on social circles, live feeding and keeping in loop of the event with everyone!

Time passed by like wind and we reached the destination, it was a warm reception reaching Pune as Indiblogger team members Anoop and Vineet welcomed us  followed by  paparazzi clicking and filming us, the celeb feeling was blooming from inside :),  we had breakfast at the ever so serene Tata lake house after reaching!

 After that we assembled at a common hall to hear from Tata Motors design team head, who gave us a brief about the new Tata Nano GenX AMT, sharing the amazing and versatile features below:

 The features are classified into 3 categories:

1) Designext, 2) Drivenext, 3)Connectnext

 Lets me just brief you on all the 3 categories:

 1) Designext

  • Striking front and rare bumper with infinity motif grilleDesignext
  • Nano engraved headlamps and large circular FOG lamps
  • Next Generation Tata signature steering wheel with contoured palm hold
  • Sporty two shade color interior with cappucino finish
  • Nano embroidered brown INFINIUM seat fabric with brown orange inserts
  • Colour coordinated interior themes with 2 fresh colour introduced named SANGRIA RED and PERSIAN ROSE and more colour range then before.

 2) Drivenext 

  • Easy Shift Auto Manual transmission (AMT)Drivenext
  • Sports mode for peppier performance that means if you are hitting an open road or a highway you can activate the sports mode and get a better feel of power compared to the automatic mode!
  • Shift assist manual mode: If you choose this mode you get to choose to manually change the gears as per the traffic and road conditions, which I feel is a pretty neat effort by Tata design team to club both auto and manual mode in a hatchback entry level CAR!
  • Creep for heavy traffic maneuverability and parking easy: In this mode the car is on 1st gear or on a set RPM and when there is bumper to bumper traffic all you need to do is just release the brake a little and the car moves automatically, this is a convenient feature considering the Indian traffic issue and perfect considering the EPIC Mumbai traffic.
  • Other noticeable feature includes:
  • ePAS (electric power assisted steering
  • Speed sensitive power steering
  • Steering with active return function
  • Smallest turning radius of 4m for easy maneuverability
  • Most Spacious car in its segment!

 3) Connectnext 

  • New instrument cluster with new graphics
  • Digital clock in the displayConnectnext
  • Digital information display with Dual Tripmeter
  • Instantgeous FUEL consumption and average fuel consumption
  • Distance to empty: Now this feature comes very handy specially when you sometimes forget to refuel and all of a sudden you are stuck up in the middle of nowhere! Quite thoughtful of Tata team.
  • Gear shift indicator: well that’s an add-on to all the perky bounty in this segment! 

After that we were briefed about the day activities/planner for the day:

1) A roughly 50kms drive one way drive across Chinchwad and Hinjewadi stretch, we were suppose to reach TCS as a touch point and return from there!

2) While returning we had to halt at Mezza9 for Lunch

3) During the drive we had to perform tasks, answers questions and what not, people could request us to perform a task through twitter with the hashtag #followthegenX , @tatanano_tweets and @indibloggers, it was upon us (as in our team) to decide if we shall execute a particular task or not, sounds interesting isn’t it !

 This said it was time to make teams! We had 8 cars and 32 people along with us, 24 bloggers and others from team Tata!

 We had pack full of drivers with valid license around 10 from the 24 bloggers, I was one in them!!

Some cars had 3 blogger, some had 4 bloggers, we guys paired up accordingly and were all geared up to go and experience the Tata Nano GenX ! But before that to happen some instructions were explained to us in regarding to the challenges, the how-to’s of checking the challenges, accepting them, posting them and all!

 Finally the teams were paired up; our TEAM was “C” and onboard were:

  • ME , behind the Wheels,
  • Kiran Acharya – dentist, writer, unconventional philosopher and a blogger,
  • Apoorva – Beauty and Fashion blogger
  • Tata motor personnel- Engineer!

 Let me quickly round up the challenges we accepted!

  • Taking a group selfie inside the car along with driver while the car was on the move!
  • Applying eye liner while the car was moving (Apoorva did well) so did the shock absorbers of Tata Nano Genx!
  • Taking the drivers picture from the front mirror in the car.
  • Buying a souvenir which depicts Tata Nano Genx (we bought an Indian flag)) truly custom made 4 wheel for PicsArt_1431109943050every Indian that suits our taste!
  • Call using the Bluetooth and connecting with the amphistream music system!
  • Taking a picture depicting enjoyment, popping the head out, feeling the wind while the car was on the move, this was well executed by Apoorva!
  • Chilling out and grabbing a soft drink of same brand and flavor and taking selfies
  • Tearing a cigarette into 2 and placing towards the car silencer, a message to not smoke and drive!
  • Romance with the car bending down facing the cars headlamp and capturing that moment!
  • Stop under a tree shade; click a snap with the Nano and your team in it!

My Experience while driving the Tata Nano GenX:

  • It is spacious in its segment!
  • Feel of the steering is pretty solid.
  • Functionality and usability of the features within the car dashboard is accessible easily
  • The auto mode does not lack in pick up, the car is designed to catch up to your acceleration demands , and shifts the gears so very efficiently
  • The creep mode is amazing, when it comes to bumper to bumper traffic, navigates without any hiccups
  • For a speed junkie like me, a manual transmission option is just the perfect blend when it comes to playing with the cars power, and just not that the shifting pattern is just a simple up and down which is easy and a first in its segment !
  • The car stays stable at high speed; I touched around 85 Km/hr considering a under 900 cc car engine, that’s not bad at all
  • It was terribly hot in Pune and the a/c worked amazingly, it cools within few seconds and provides consistent performance.
  • Leg space at the driver’s seat and also at the back is spacious and doesn’t cramp the legs, giving a comfort drive.

 Overall, the car feels comfortable, very easy while steering, good turning radius, nice power, some apt transmission feature, both in automatic and manual, a  sporty and youthful color combination with the infinity logo embedded finishes the car look so well  and above all doesn’t  feel like a entry level car by any means! Credit must be given to the Tata Motors team (concept, design, and engineering) for accomplishing   something quite credible!


Road safety is a major concern in a country like India, if you read and hear about road mishaps  it will be a sad tale to count as the numbers and statistics do tell the story, we have  developed a habit of let go  attitude when it comes to road safety and other measures related to it, why have we developed such a habit is not entirely our fault, what can we do if no one obeys the rules anyways, it’s contagious and we are human, we learn from our surrounding, thou what I am trying to explain here is, ok fine we have rules and regulations but where is the implementation and government bodies to tighten the screws on law breakers, this gives liberty somewhere to play with the rules and regulation which ends up in road mishaps, accidents, and sometimes fatal one which leads to death.

This is an alarming issue, which if not properly restrained  can led to further fatal road catastrophe because if people are not aware of safety regulations then how will they have the fear and presence of the aftermath of event, careless driving not only put others life on stake but to the one driving as well.

I personally have a car and driving on Mumbai roads is just like understanding rocket science because people don’t consider following rules, they believe it’s their road and they will drive as per their convenience and knowledge without concerning about road safety, pedestrians, basic traffic rules and so forth.

Considering the above concern, some of the safety measures/steps I believe considering my experiences can help in road safety in Indiaseatbelts

 Farsen you seat belt front and rare:

Some of us find it uncomfortable, while others just ignore the use of seat belts in India, which I feel is a one of the major reasons of fatal injuries in a accident, atleast if the seat belt is strapped on there are lesser chances of injuries.

No phone usage:phone useage

WE love our gadgets and we use it everywhere on the go, but using the phone to talk , text or check out notifications while driving not only distracts you from the road, but it also puts many life’s on stake, as in India people cross the road from anywhere, and a motor can come from any direction.

Knowing the rules better:traffic_rules

Driving without knowing the proper signals and regulations on road is almost like putting a blind fold on your eyes, as we know the trend in India, no one wants to know the rules we just want our license and after that no one bothers to update themselves to revise the rule book.

Responsible driving –   keeping safe distance:

Keeping a safe distance between your car and the car in fsafe-follow-distanceront of you, thats essential considering there are chances that the person in front could apply sudden break if there is unforeseen danger or if the driver driving the car in front of them are still learning, or some sudden speed limits apply scenario, there are many reasons but the one listed are what I am aware of quite well considering driving in Mumbai roads.

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I know that it’s a bad habit, which once I also used to have, but now i  somewhere realized that this could lead to accidents, others on road could suffer if my vision is not on the road and I am busy enjoying the burger or pizza while driving my car, especially if the road I am driving is India, which is always unpredictable.

No to distraction

15-12-2014 19-01-39While driving we sometimes do chit chat with  our friends / family / business personnel so that we do not stress out all alone driving, but as we know that this is also a cause of distraction as some talks require your attention and sometimes gestures, this leads to poor handling of car and thus there is a  chance of  accident and a harm to pedestrians around the road.

High beams:

I don’t understand why people in India are so use to high beam, we have street lights and if not we can work on low beams on most of the roads, but no we like the complete vision on road, in some states in India I have heard that high beam is not allowed and there is a protective film on the lamp of cars so that it does not produce high beam consider there were so many mishaps on road due to the high beam.

The above were some of the pointer I believe can help drivers be on the safer side and help in causing fewer accidents if followed properly in India, this post is part of my entry towards The Nissan Safety Driving Forum.

More details about The Nissan Safety Driving Forum:


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Tata Safari Storme – A Meet Which Redefined Extremeness

Premeet Exitement !!

The day I got the tweet about the TATA SAFARI Storme – XTREME DRIVE experience meet, I was super excited, for 3 reasons, a) would get a chance to experience the off-road, b) would get a chance to meet my fellow indibloggers !! c) Would know more about the TATA SAFARI Storme and win some prizes !!

THE EVENT DAY with a twist !!

Days passed by slowly one by one, weeks ended and then the day I was waiting for, came with a twist!! The twist being that I may not be able to attend the event due to some other commitments which popped up like a stone on the head!! However gutted from inside I accumulated my lost hope and thought of finishing the work in due time of the event… hope gave a glimpse to fulfill my commitments in time ….


Confident and content, I drove through the highway with excitement but it all came to a halt, guess what !! It was the Mumbai  traffic which was not allowing me to reach anywhere close to the time !! Somehow with the help of GPS navigator I tried to skip to a shortcut route and tried not to miss the event !! I was hopeful that I will catch the action ! Thou I was a 1 hour late !!

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EVENT MINITES – Phase 1 : Registration !!

Registered myself for the event, thanks to the indiblogger core members !  they gave me a token / card for availing a test ride of TATA SAFARI STORME … I was a bit late … but catched up with the actions after taking feeds from the nearby bloggers about what s going on !936270_10151470583157883_306727904_n

EVENT MINITES – Phase 2 : Introduction Please !!

Our trademark host Anoop was in full swing with his charismatic best and indulging us in  some cool surprising contest and super cool prizes …  besides that  considering that many new bloggers were attending the event for the first time, here was a session where in random numbers bloggers name popped up on the screen and they introduced themselves and their blog and what they write about … it was a good attempt to indulge bloggers to know about each other and interact !! Was fun ..

EVENT MINITES – Phase 3 :  Did you know !!


Tata Motors marketing Head was on stage to give us a brief on the features of the New Tata Safari Storme, he shared some of his experience while dealing with customer who were fans of Tata Safari series and loved the look of the car.

EVENT MINITES – Phase 4: Some Outdoor Fun – with Tata Safari Storme

After the briefing was over, Anoop our host told us to assemble in a group of 20, and after naming the group, we had to choose a team leader and tweet it on the #tag and @indiblogger , just as he announced there was as usual epic chaos in wondering whose team to go, eyeing friend in the group and so on and forth, finally the groups were made.

I was in the “Cyclone” group, a very energetic and enthusiastic bunch of people raring to take up any challenge with the banner Hurrr hurrr huuurrrr karde sabki jaddi gul …  4 other groups were formed and things were taking shape for the challenge ..

As we reached the ground we saw Tata Safari Storme standing in the glory for us to find out …  Well after the much awaited suspense, Tata Safari stuff and Indiblogger team members explained us what the challenge was..

The challenge was “tug of war” in which a rope was suspended from the Tata Safari Storme, each team had to pull the Tata Safari Storme from point A to point B with the help of the rope and teamwork of the members in the least amount of time. It was a game which required strength as well as mind for strategizing how to and what way the combination might work to take it from point A to B in the least time.

Our Chattur team leader made some effective strategies not only got the team work together but also to dilute our contenders with some tacky punch lines.. haha that was fun ..


After turn by turn chance of the teams, our hands on with tug of war happened, and we performed our ultimate best to do what we had planned thanks to our team leader, fortunately or should I say cleverly we took the game away from all our competitor teams, moving the car from point A to point B in just 5.94 sec … woohoo we were leading the pack ..

After announcing 1st and 2nd place … there was supposed to be a one on one tug of war between teams which really didn’t happen because of the rope issues … However we were later declared the winning team ….

EVENT MINITES – Phase 5: Off Road experience on Tata Safari Storme

Off road experience replicated with the following tracks, my experience while I was in the car:


Tight Turns: To display the car turning capabilities, some crisp tight turn was made possible by the 5.6m radius turning capabilities of the Tata safari Stome, its redifined from the previous version from 6m radius

941959_10151470593552883_119442200_nSteep High And Low Climbs: The car was taken to high and low climbs with the help of ramp made metal structure to showcase the sheer power of the car, the Car driving instructor explained us that as the car was climbing at a steep 45 degree hight without any acceleration or clutch support, I was impressed with the car’s power and engine torque totally.

992898_10151470594612883_451445115_n697_10151470594577883_672992806_nTilts 45 and 70 Degree: Showcasing the stability of the car, it was tilted 45 and 70 degree, I had heart on my mouth when I was experiencing it as I was scared the car would tilt, but the instructor advised me to stay claim and explained how the car was stable and didn’t tilt due to the fine engineering  and top shock absorber system in the car.

943611_10151470593867883_138802435_nSeasaw: As we passed through the seasaw the instructor explained us about the stability of the car under rigid, uneven and muddy roads and terrain, which we were headed to the seasaw, it was hard to believe that a car can go through such a test, which just proves how the car is designed to run under any possible conditions.

After I went through with the awesome experience off-road , some staff from Tata Motors marketing team asked how the experience was and which part of the drive I thought was most extreme, well to cut it short all the stages and parameter were just amazing and it truly made me believe that it’s a real SUV.

Finally i had dinner, which was awesome feast and loved the delights which were on offer.

My Take Overall: I have learned a new definition of Extremeness courtesy TATA SAFARI STORME and Indiblogger.

P.S. Got featured on Tata Safari Facebook Page for my click on the event day.

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