Brunei – Tata Motors to enter with Indica, Vista and Manza


Shrawan Raja, I'm the Founder & CEO of I love teamwork and talking about cars.

Tata Motors will enter Brunei this year with three compact vehicles.

The Indica, Vista and Manza models will be launched in the Sultanate in the coming months through its distributor – Worldwide Motors Sdn Bhd – appointed in September last year.

Brunei-spec Tata vehicles will come with a five-speed manual transmission, basic features and use a 1.4-liter engine. Prices would range between $10k – $15K (INR 4.67 lakh – 7.02 lakh).

Tata Vista VX Tech Chill Blue exterior colour
Through a distributor, Tata Motors will launch in Brunei with the Indica, Vista and Manza, targeting first time car buyers.

Additional details were not reported, but IAB learns that a small consignment of petrol-powered Indicas left to Brunei via sea in late March. Statistics from the Brunei Automobile Traders Association (BATA) shows that vehicles under the engine capacity of 2,000 cc are the most popular in the country in the recent years. The market had 18,642 registrations last year, with the Toyota Vios as its best selling car.

Tata vehicles would target customers who are first time buyers and those who prioritize affordability, says Worldwide Motors.

In the last year, Tata Motors has been concentrating on building its export arm, launching products and appointing distributors in Indonesia, Australia, Philippines, South Africa, Algeria, etc.

Contribute to IAB
Submit Spyshots & get Bragging rights! Click Here
Custom Mods on your ride? Get it featured on IAB Submit

Tata Vista News & Updates

Datsun Go Global NCAP crash test

Automobile Association South Africa rates safety of Tata Indica, Datsun Go ‘poor’

Tata Vista Ignis and Tata Manza Aura diesel

Tata Vista, Tata Manza discontinued – Report

2013 Tata Indigo eCS wheels turned

Tata Indica, Indigo will continue in the ‘taxi’ market post launch of the ‘Kite’ twins – Report

Tata Motors at the Manila International Auto Show 2015

Tata showcases 6 CVs and 3 cars at the Manila International Show – IAB Report


Ban sought on diesel vehicles older than 10 years in Delhi – Report

Tata Bolt 1.2T top Review

Tata Bolt, Zest, Safari Storme to be launched in 2015 – South Africa