Friday, April 30, 2010

New Tata Indica Vista Drivetech4 introduced in India

Tata Motors has launched an all-new Indica Vista range, the Indica Vista Drivetech4, with a host of new features and a thrilling driving experience, to take the encouraging market response to the company’s new generation car to a new high. The BS-4 compliant Indica Vista Drivetech4 has a specially designed Eurotech gearbox perfectly mated to the Vista Drivetech4 Quadrajet diesel and Safire petrol engines. It ensures higher torque at low RPMs, minimal vibration, precise gear shifting, longer engine life and cooled exhaust gas recirculation for lower emissions. All these together result in superior handling, exciting zip and a never-before driving experience. The same degree of refinement and driveability is also being offered on BS-3 engines.

New Tata Indica Vista Drivetech4

The other new features include a 4-spoke tilt-adjustable steering wheel and height-adjustable driver’s seat enabling customized driving positions. The flexible 60:40 flip and fold rear seat lends added space for multiple needs. The fully integrated 2-DIN stereo system with Blue 5 and USB port enhance entertainment and communication convenience. Dual airbags (driver and passenger) and ABS (Anti-lock Braking System) make it one of the safest cars on Indian roads. The Indica Vista Drivetech4 series, though in the premium B segment, has been competitively priced, starting respectively from Rs.3.57 lakhs for the Safire petrol range and from Rs. 4.4 lakhs for the Quadrajet diesel range (ex-showroom, Delhi)

New Tata Indica Vista Drivetech4

The Indica Vista, Tata Motors’ all-new second generation car introduced in August 2008, has won the Jury Award at the Business Standard Motoring Car Of The Year Awards and was recognised as the Best Value for Money Car at the UTVi Autocar Awards.

Tuesday, April 27, 2010

Tata Motors ties up with Indian Overseas Bank

Tata Motors has entered into an understanding with Indian Overseas Bank (IOB) for financing its wide range of commercial vehicles across the country to provide an added facility of finance to its customers. IOB will offer loans for Tata Motors’ commercial vehicles up to 85% of the on-road cost (including vehicle cost, road tax and insurance) at a very competitive rate of 10% up to Rs. 25 lakhs and 10.5% above Rs. 25 lakhs. Under this tie-up, the bank will not collect any processing charges from customers and no collateral security will be required up to Rs. 1 crore funding.

Tata Motors

IOB is a reputed public sector bank, which provides wide range of banking services and financial products including finance for purchase of vehicles. The bank through a country-wide presence of 1998 branches will help Tata Motors in facilitating its customers. This facility will be available at all the branches of the bank and commercial vehicle dealerships of Tata Motors. Meanwhile, Skoda Fabia, Volkswagen Polo, Skdoa Laura and Skoda Superb are the popular cars in India.

Saturday, April 24, 2010

Tata Motor intends a new Rs. 3 lakh car by next year

World's auto major, Tata Motor is planning to launch a new 800cc small car in country within the next year. The automobile industry are calming that the engineers at Tata Motors are planning a Rs. 300,000 car. Codenamed s Dolphin, and possible be a acknowledgment gift Ratan Tata. It's expected to be developed by 800cc to 1 litre engine. As per some news reports that the all new car will be positioned between the Indica Vista and Tata Nano. Tata Motors popular cars in India includes Tata Indica, Tata Indigo CS, Tata Sumo Grande, Tata Safari and Tata Nano. Tata Motors is also very upbeat about its foreign plans especially for Tata Nano and the upcoming crossover Tata Aria. With the big, burly crossover Aria, Tata Motors is trying to grab a piece of the big truck loving US market on the lines of Mahindra 's Scorpio Pick Up. What Tata Aria actually needs is a powerful and efficient engine to make it big in the USA market.

Tata Motors

As many of major cars around the world are working hard to acquire a significant market share in small car segment in the country by launching their latest small cars in India, the segment has become very competitive. Similarly, the European electric version of Tata Nano Europa would start playing on European roads within 30 months. But the company has said nothing about introducing the electric Nano version in India. Tata Motor products- Tata Aria and electric Nano are keens awaited in the country. Apart from it, Indian lover will see more launches in India that include Skoda Yeti and Nissa Micra.

Wednesday, April 21, 2010

Tata Indigo CS new version launched in India

India's biggest car manufacturer, Tata Motor has introduced an upgraded variant of its popular car in India, the Tata Indigo CS. The company has called the new model as Tata Indigo CS e-series and some exciting up-gradations have been made in interior as well as in exteriors. The new version of Tata Indigo CS prepared according to the new BS-IV emission norms, which was coming into effect from first April. The car has been updated with a new grille and new body colored rear view mirrors turn indicators. With this, many changes have been made in the interiors of the car including a two tone beige interiors, instrument cluster with chrome rings, gradient climb assist and Blue-tooth connectivity with AUX. The new Tata Indica Vista e-series is costlier by about Rs 10,000 as compare to the previous BS-III compatible version.

Tata Indigo CS e-series

The car has been launched with a new DICOR engine which is able to generate the maximum power of 70PS at torque of 4000rpm. Car-maker are upgrading their cars in India to make them compatible to the new emission norms, These are including Hyundai, Maruti and General Motors. At the same time many cars have been exited from 13 major cities including Maruti 800 and Hyundau Getz prime, because both models are not compatible to the new emission norms. Besides, Tata Motor is also planning to roll out a new crossover car in India, named as Tata Aria. Apart from that launch, Indian car lover will see more launches in India that include Nissan Micra and Skoda Yeti.

Monday, April 19, 2010

Tata Aria ready to hit indian roads

The country's largest auto manufacturer, Tata Motor is going to roll out its new crossover 'Tata Aria' soon in India. The company's intends to introduce the new vehicle in the few week. The Aria would sport a 2.2-litre direct injection common rail diesel engine, that presently supports Tata Safari and Fiat Grande Punto. Although the exact price is not charted yet, the crossover is expected to be priced between Rs 12 lakh and Rs 14.5 lakh. Tata motors is surely placing great hopes on the vehicle as it is going to be on of the most sophisticated vehicle from Tata. Tata Aria's believed that it would be on rolls for exports, but as per officially announced, there are no such plans in the coming future.

 Tata Aria

The new model would be a tough competition to all the same class models in the Indian auto market. its going to offer an array of features similar to Toyota fortuner, Ford Endeavor and Chevrolet Captiva but at a lesser base value. Tata Motors will give a offer a four-wheel and two-wheel option in all its variants. On a recent occasion, the top officials from Tata motors cleared the air that the car would soon be launched and most likely in the months of May or June. As for exports, it was mentioned that the car would be made available outside the country based on the needs and relevance calculated over time. In the next decade the Tata Aria is expected to roll in the markets of US, the UK and Europe. However, in India the car would be launched in Diesel engine. Apart from that launch, in India will see more launches such as Skoda Yeti, Nissan Micra.

Thursday, April 15, 2010

Tata Motors Group global sales posted by 39 percent

The Tata Motors Group global sales, comprising of Tata, Tata Daewoo and Hispano Carrocera range of commercial vehicles, Tata passenger vehicles along with distributed brands in India, and Jaguar and Land Rover, were 101,712 nos. in March 2010, a growth of 39 percent over March 2009. Cumulative sales for the fiscal (April 2009 – March 2010) are 872,951 higher by 19 percent compared to the corresponding period in 2008-09. Sales of all commercial vehicles were 47,936 nos. in March 2010, a growth of 53 percent. Cumulative sales for the fiscal are 413,057 nos., a growth of 37 percent. Sales of all passenger vehicles were 53,776 nos. in March 2010, a growth of 28 percent. Cumulative sales for the fiscal are 459,894 nos., a growth of 6 percent.

Tata Motor Group

Tata passenger vehicle sales, including those distributed, were 30,238 nos. for the month, a growth of 18 percent. Cumulative sales for the fiscal are 265,912 nos., a growth of 24 percent. Jaguar Land Rover global sales in March 2010 were 23,538 vehicles, higher by 43 percent. Jaguar sales for the month were 4,642, higher by 8 percent, while Land Rover sales were 18,896, higher by 55 percent. Cumulative sales of Jaguar Land Rover for the fiscal are 193,982 nos., lower by 11 percent. Cumulative sales of Jaguar are 47,418 nos., lower by 24 percent, while cumulative sales of Land Rover are 146,564 nos., lower by 6 percent. Meanwhile, SKoda Yeti and Nissan Micra are the upcoming cars in India.

Wednesday, April 14, 2010

Another new small car by Tata Motors

Tata Motors is planning to launch its another new small car by 2012. The company is also working on an all new compact small car in India codenamed as Dolphin, which will target customers who can expend out little more. It's completely prepared on new platform. It is expected that the model will be developed at an all new platform and will possibly be powered by an 800 cc to 1 litre engine. After the launch this new model will compete with some popular cars in India including Maruti Alto, Maruti Wagon R and Hyundai Santro Xing.

Tata Nano
The new small car will hit the Indian roads by year 2012. According to market watchers, having a presence in the compact car is absolutely critical for Tata Motors as it is one segment where it is absent. The segment constitutes close to 50 percent of the total small car market. As per some website reports that the all new car will be positioned between the Indica Vista and Tata Nano and will also possible be priced around Rs. 3 lakh. Tata Motors popular cars in India includes Tata Indica, Tata Indigo CS, Tata Sumo Grande, Tata Safari and Tata nano.

Tata Nano
As many of major cars around the world are working hard to acquire a significant market share in small car segment in the country by launching their latest small cars in India, the segment has become very competitive. Besides, Tata Motors is ready to launch its new crossover 'Tata Aria' within the few month. Apart from that launches, India will see more more launch models like Skoda Yeti and Nissan Micra.

Friday, April 9, 2010

Tata Nano caught fire again

Country's largest car manufacturer, Tata Motors has received a unhappily report against world's cheapest car Tata Nano, it has again caught fire. A recently purchased Tata Nano car which was on its way to be delivered in Vadodara, suddenly caught fire near Boriyavi village of the district here today, as per the local police statement. The incident took place when of around 11 Tata Nano's was on its way for begin delivered to a Tata dealer in Ahmadabad. Reacting to the incident India's largest car maker, Tata Motors, said that one of its ultra-cheap Nano cars caught fire, when it was driven to a dealer. As per to a spokesman of the Tata Motors, the company is investigating the incident and it is sure that this is not a design flaw as Tata Nano has been manufactured after taking into consideration the all safety requirements.

Tata Nano

The company has to relocate its produces facility from Singure (West Bengal) to Sanand due to a series of political and formar assistance. On the other hand, Tata Motors has begun manufacturing Tata Nano at its recently established Sanand plant in Gujarat. According to the statement given by the police, Tata Nano which was in the middle of the fleet, started fuming from its rear portion and soon caught fire. Besides, Tata Motors is ready to launch its new crossover model Tata Aria soon in India. Meanwhile, SKoda Yeti and Nissan Micra are the upcoming cars in india.

Tuesday, April 6, 2010

Tata Motors to raise lease for Singur units

Tata Motors is going to raise the lease period for Sengur plant, which is staying in West Bangal. While the company had relocated its units to Sanand in Gujarat due to a series of agitations from farmers. As per state government official, Tata Motors has paid Rs. 1 crore as lease rental to the WBIDC. The West Bengal chief secretary Ashok Mohan Chakrabarti said,"The government intends to take up the issue with Tata Motors to returns the land to its owner, West Bengal Industrial Development Corporation (WBIDC). According this agreement that the company will pay Rs one crore as a lease amount annually for the first five years of the lease, in total it has a 90 year agreement with the department.

Tata Nano

Tata Motors has already sent a cheque to WBIDC as an amount to increase the lease period of that lend. The company had decided to move from Singur plant to Sanand in Gujarat after facing a series of farmer resistance and political previous year. Tata Motors is going to be unveiled Nano its recent established Sanand Plant. Apart from it that the company is manufacturing the Tata Nano at its facility in Pantnager and Uttarakhand. On the other hand, Skoda Yeti, Tata Aria and Nissan Micra are the upcoming cars in India.

Saturday, April 3, 2010

Tata Motors Sales Figure For March 2010

Tata Motors’ total sales (including exports) of Tata commercial and passenger vehicles in March 2010 were 75,151 vehicles, a growth of 38% over 54,452 vehicles sold in March 2009. The company’s domestic sales of Tata commercial and passenger vehicles for March 2010 were 71,046 nos., a 35% growth over 52,653 nos. sold in March last year.

Cumulative sales (including exports) for the company for the fiscal at 642,686 nos. are the highest ever and a growth of 29% over 498,547 nos. sold last year. The company’s sales of commercial vehicles in March 2010 in the domestic market were 43,285 nos., the highest ever and a 49% growth compared to 29,004 vehicles sold in March last year. LCV sales were 22,438 nos., a growth of 35% over March last year. The LCV sales are the highest ever, led by the Ace family. M&HCV sales stood at 20,847 nos., a growth of 69% over March last year.

Tata Xenon

Cumulative sales of commercial vehicles in the domestic market for the fiscal are 373,615 nos. the highest ever for the company and a growth of 41% over last year. Cumulative LCV sales are 218,478 nos., a growth of 44% over last year, while M&HCV sales stood at 155,137 nos., a growth of 36% over last year. During the year, Tata Motors launched the new World Truck range, the all-new Tata 407 Pick-up, Tata Super Ace and Tata Ace EX.

The passenger vehicles business reported a total sale and distribution offtake of 29,868 nos. (27,761 Tata + 2,107 Fiat) in the domestic market in March 2010, the highest ever in any month and a 17% increase compared to 25,430 nos. (23,649 Tata + 1,781 Fiat) in March last year. Sales of Tata passenger vehicles at 27,761 nos. are the highest ever in any month and a growth of 17% over March 2009. Sales of the Tata Nano were 4,710 nos. The Indica range sales were 11,618 nos., the highest this fiscal. The Indigo range recorded sales of 7,537 nos., the highest ever in any month and a growth of 66% over March last year. The Sumo/Safari range accounted for sales of 3896 nos., lower by 23% over March last year, hampered by the tight vendor supplies of components.