I picked these up for $1.49 per 2-oz bag, which is a little pricey but I guess comparable to similar sizes at a convenience store.
They sit on their own display rack next to the ordering counter:
Taste-wise, they really do taste like corn tortilla chips with a dry dusting of Taco Bell's taco sauce on them. The flavor is pretty nice a tangy tomato note with an accent of seasoning and varying amounts of heat. Interestingly, the different levels of heat alters the way the tomato and seasoning play off (even as the ingredient list reads off the same way). It should be noted that Mild offers more of a spicy kick than the actual Mild sauce at Taco Bell.
They could fit in as a possible side for Taco Bell's value meals.
Nutritional Info - Taco Bell Taco Sauce Seasoned Tortilla Chips - Same for Mild, Hot, and Fire
Serving Size - 1 oz (28g / 16 chips)
Calories - 140 (from Fat - 70)
Fat - 8g (Saturated Fat - 0.5g)
Sodium - 140mg
Carbs - 15g (Sugar - 0g)
Protein - 2g