Built on the ACE platform, new Tata ACE EX2 is tough and performance oriented. At the same time, it’s style cues are modern, and drive comfort optimum.
Tata ACE EX2 comes fitted with a 5 speed gearbox and 700 cc engine. Sitting on 13” tyres, a new low-effort steering system improves performance over varied terrains.The fuel efficient low maintenance engine facilitates easy servicing. Bult with high strength steel, the LCV meets frontal crash and roof crush criteria, ensuring safety.
Onh the exterior, a new front fascia is accentuated by ACE EX2’s new clear lens composite lamps. Metallic body color options give it a distinct look. Interiors are home to a centrally positioned cluster, and new dashboard. The modern LCV is delightful with a digital clock, mobile phone charger, lockable glow box, and provisions for music system. The LCV is offered with warranty of 60,000 kms / 24 months.
Mr. Ranjith Pandithage, Chairman & Managing Director, Diesel & Motor Engineering PLC (DIMO), “DIMO has been associated with Tata Motors for over 5 decades. Ever since the introduction of the Tata ACE, commonly called the ‘DIMO Batta’ in 2006, we have managed to create entrepreneurs and employers, having sold over 40,000 vehicles in a small country like Sri Lanka. With the new campaign DIMO Batta ‘Mod Wela’ (Has become modern and stylish) we plan to increase our market share and our dominance in the smaller commercial vehicle market and offer even better product to the customer.”
Mr. RT Wasan, Head, International Business, Commercial Vehicles, Tata Motors, said, “In our endeavor to offer best value to our customers, we at Tata Motors have today launched the next generation Tata ACE, the new Tata ACE EX2, a stylish superior quality product, providing best-in-class value and versatility, comfort and safety, ensuring that our customers businesses is successful and growing always. Having sold over 1 million vehicles on the Tata ACE platform worldwide in 7 years since first introduced, with the Tata ACE EX2 we hope to further achieve newer feats in the next couple of years”