Tata Indica Vista Surprise Yourself!
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Tata Motors has launched a new campaign for customers in India that offers them a chance to win a brand new Vista. Customers can click the banner on the website and spot the similarity between the old variant and the new Indica Vista recently introduced in the Indian market. The new Tata Indica Vista has undergone a complete over-haul but for one feature. Contestants have to spot that single similarity between the old model and the new one to get a chance to win a brand new Indica Vista or other exciting prizes.
Contestants need to enter their correct personal details in order to qualify to enter the contest. All they need to do is to move the cursor on the new model on the website to review complete exteriors and interiors. If the contestants feel that the feature is the same as the old one, click on it. There are seven attempts to qualify for being the winner.
The website surpriseyourself.in also gives complete overview of the car along with detailed specifications of the new model. There is also an option to review the 360 degree view of the car even without entering the contests. Visitors can also book a test drive or even buy Indica Vista by locating by locating the nearest dealer or check online price.
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