This should be good news for you if a modern, reasonably powerful, cheap to run (& buy) and spacious hatchback is what you have always wanted. The Tata Vista seems to have received the CR4 motor from the Indica eV2 hatchback. It is expected that the motor will replace the current TDI motor that is available on the cheaper variants of the car. On the outside, the car continues to be the same and there is little to differentiate it from the MJD variant. The CR4 engine that heads to Vista displaces 1396 cc and has a power-torque figure of 70PS-140Nm.
This car is expected to be priced only a little more than the TDI variant and might reach the dealerships as soon as in next month.