Toyota Liva TRD Sportivo vs Tata Vista D90

Both cars have been in the market for some time now and there isn’t anything new in terms of styling. However, the Liva TRD comes with Sportivo package which includes seat covers, bumper add-ons, side skirts, rear spoiler, stylish alloys and Sportivo badges on the outside. The Vista D90 too can be fitted with sporty body kit at dealership level at extra cost. Unfortunately, our test car came without all of it.

Since it’s a sporty hatchback, we assume you would be spending most of your time behind the wheel. So let’s focus on the best seats in the house. The Liva TRD gets new seats with better bolstering, adjustable headrest and seat height adjust. But it’s the Vista D90’s front seats that offer better cushioning and overall support.