The old news publication is in lieu of the fact that the recall was re-published on the Tata Motors website as a result of a glitch
Media Clarification – Old News Published
Old News pertaining to a December 2017 public notice is published (on your website) about Tata Motors undertaking a voluntary recall campaign for select models of Zest and Tiago cars. The following public notice issued then details this free of cost service initiative undertaken proactively and since completed successfully.
The Tata Tiago diesel BS4 variant which hung up its boots at the beginning of BS6 era earlier this year employs a 1.05-liter three-cylinder engine which has 70 hp and 140 Nm of torque. Interestingly, its sedan sibling, the Tigor, uses the very same engine but is not a part of this emission related recall campaign.
The Tata Zest AMT diesel employs the 1.3-liter FCA-derived diesel engine which served multiple vehicles in India across different brands. The four-cylinder unit produces 90 hp and 200 Nm of torque onboard the Zest AMT.