The most significant change you will notice on the Vista D90 is inside the car.
The whole dashboard is different from any other Indica model you'll see, because it's borrowed from the Manza.
Cost cutting and the intention to sell the Indica Vista in both left and right hand drive markets meant that a centrally placed instrument cluster was used instead of placing the gauges in front of the driver. But this has now been fixed, and in the process, a nice black and beige two-tone dash has been brought into the mix.
There's also a touchscreen audio unit with a GPS navigation system built-in
The steering wheel is tilt-adjustable and the driver's seat is height-adjustable, but you'll be playing with those adjustments a lot to get into a mildly comfortable driving position.
It didn't matter how many times I fiddled with the adjustments on the steering and the seat. I could never find a position that felt just right in the Vista.
The steering was just too far forward, too high or pushing into my chest.
Only with the seat in the lowest position and the steering in the highest position was it mildly comfortable for me.