Toyota Liva TRD Sportivo vs Tata Vista D90
Once you’re done fiddling with the seat adjustment levers, you will notice the Vista’s oversized steering wheel is oddly placed and the pedals are a bit too high. No such issues in the Liva, which straight away makes you feel comfortable. There’s one grouse though; you expect the TRD variant to get the Liva’s flat-bottom steering wheel. But strangely that’s not the case.
However, we liked the all-black interiors that give the Liva a purposeful look. In terms of switch placements too, the Jap feels more ergonomically built and you don’t need to twist your arms in weird angles to reach a button.