Autolife Nepal’s Volume 4 Issue 2 OUT!Posted On: March 9, 2015 By : AutoLife Team
They say a rolling stone gathers no moss, and it looks like someone has just got wind of this notion. Until very recently, it looked like Tata Motors were stuck in a rut and stagnation had hit them hard. The increasingly innovative and well designed auto-world was passing by and they were still finding it difficult to get out of a morbidly boring cycle. But their newest offering, which is by far their best yet, has put them back in the game. The Tata Zest has, as clichéd as this may sound, put back the Zest of life in Tata and we test drive the new contender in this month’s AutoLife.
Another sight for sore eyes is the newest entrant into the already crowded scooter market: the Vespa. A historically iconic scooter, the brand is finally officially in the country with the Vespa LX 125. We never thought we’d be saying this, but this scooter is a head turner. Check out the full review inside.
Now, if compact sedans and tame scooters aren’t your cup of tea, we have something bigger that might tickle your fancy. The Mitsubishi L200 Sportero is a pickup that has the looks and feel of an SUV but isn’t afraid to put in some work. Unleashing this onto some off road terrain was a pleasure, so if you’re the type that appreciates a little functionality in their vehicle, you wouldn’t want to miss this.
There’s a lot more to keep you occupied inside. On the cycling front we have the Commencal El Camino Essential and there are features on two international autoshows we know you wouldn’t want to miss.
We’ll leave you to it then. And to end on a high note, there are exciting new members that have joined the auto market of Nepal, the stunning MV Agusta F4 and the coveted off roader: Polaris ATVs. Read more of it in the latest issue.