Recently, the Global NCAP had several brands testing their cars with ratings. The Maruti Suzuki S-Presso apparently did not fare well in front of the Tata Tiago, and the latter took a mean dig at Maruti with a post on social media with a broken coffee mug which had its beans spilling out. The caption definitely made a lot of people mad, but fans of Tata Motors had a good laugh!
Driving is #SeriouslyFun, only when you live it up with safety.
Book the Safest-in-Segment New Tiago by clicking on https://t.co/x9nKgE745s#Tiago #NewForever #SaferCarsForIndia pic.twitter.com/WxH0EZF6xt
— Tata Motors Cars (@TataMotors_Cars) November 12, 2020
Sadly, the Maruti Suzuki S-Presso failed the crash test with a zero rating. Adult safety was comprised which brought out this poor result. In comparison, the Tata Tiago got a 4-star rating for adult occupancy and child safety. Even though Tata Motors did not directly mention it, the broken teacup is a fine example of what happened to the Maruti brand. People appreciated the humour, and some also agreed that Tata does not need to prove anything thanks to their popularity in India.
Check out these reactions supporting Tata Motors.
Why can't I Superrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr like this? This is called taking a perfect dig. Have booked one. Eagerly waiting for some #SeriouslyFun experience.
— Punarva Barthwal (@beingpunarva) November 13, 2020
Tata sell on safety and value proposition, Maruti still sells on resale value
— Rohit Sharma (@rohitrtmlg1) November 13, 2020
Played very well… #burn
Time to wake up !!
no more cheap cars but safer cars.
— Jashn Lambba (@JashnLambba) November 13, 2020
My next car is a tata for sure
— Atman Arpit Mishra (@ArpitAtman) November 13, 2020
For Tata Motors, their Altroz and Nexon have received a 5-star rating. The Tiago and Tigor received a 4-star rating. Additionally, the Altroz, Tigor and Tiago got an upgrade and now feature the ALFA architecture in the Indian market.
It is great to see so many fans of Tata. Do you know any variant of the Tata brand as well? Share your thoughts with us in the comments.
Source: Drive Spark