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Default Re: The Forgotten MUV of 90's - Tata Estate

Congrats. The Sierra and the Estate were really the type of vehicles people hoped to personify Tata Motors with - well after their entry into the passenger car space, before the Indica/Sumo cab days.

Some observations:

1. The interiors of the Estate seem to be of much better quality than the current-day Thar!

2. I have noticed that the bottle-green color offered on the Ertiga looks smoking hot with deep-dish alloy wheels. You should perhaps have a software rendition of how your Estate would look with that color/alloys and eventually make the transformation if you're convinced.
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