Noting that the Indian passenger car market is on the brink of touching the 5 million domestic sales mark, from a current 2.5 million mark per annum by 2020, Tata Motors is set to expand their sale networks throughout the country.
Mayank Pareek, the newly appointed President of Passenger Cars division at Tata Motors, expressed disappointment over hold up of deliveries of the company’s latest and most betted on product, the Zest compact sedan.
Tata Motors’ total Tata commercial and passenger vehicle sales (exports included) in October 2014 stand at 42,819 vehicles, equating to 17% sales decline down from 51,638 vehicles sold in October 2013.
Tata Bolt has resurfaced back in spy shot market, with same raining Bolt camouflage, on Pune Bangalore highway. Does it sport AMT?
Launched back in August, Tata Zest in a camouflaged state was spotted earlier today on the outskirts of Pune. Zest competes with Maruti DZire, Honda Amaze and Hyundai Xcent in the entry level family sedan segment.
One of the largest Indian car maker, Tata Motors has registered declining car sales a long time now. But, post the launch of Zest, the car maker has been able to reverse it’s decline in passenger car sales by reporting flat sales.
Tata’s all new Zest was launched about a month ago. In first month since launch, Zest sedan has become the best selling Tata car for the month, registering sales of 2671 units.