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Tata Motors MCV buses at 2013 SIAM International Bus & Utility Vehicles Show

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Mr. Habib Saleh, Head – Sales & Marketing, Buses & Vans, Tata Motors at SIAM International Bus & Utility Vehicles Show in Greater NoidaSIAM International Bus & Utility Vehicles Show, at Greater Noida is being held from the 15th to 18th February 2013. Tata Motors has brought in new MCV buses with display a number of outstanding features. These two buses on display will be complimented with an international styling and an abundance of safety features as they are being projected as ideally suited for intercity transportation and for office use to transport employees to and fro.

These two buses offer all the comforts and an enhanced ride experience as they are made of sturdy material which is corrosion resistant, contributing to easy maintenance. The buses are offered both with and without AC facility and are built as per international standards by Tata Motors Marcopolo Limited. Based on the Tata LPO 1618 and LPO 1512 chassis, these vehicles will be lightweight and durable.

The first model is a 45 seater and is seen with individual AC vents above each seat and plenty of luggage space. The second staff bus is a 41 seater and comes with a wide gangway and separate driver compartment. Seats are of the push back variety and will be found beneficial for staff transportation and as tourist vehicles.

Ravi Pisharody, Executive Director, Commercial Vehicles Business Unit, Tata Motors had this to say, “The MCV market is traditionally dominated by chassis sales but Tata Motors is all set to change this trend with our newly designed and company built MCV buses. The two buses on display are an effort to upgrade the market to a much more superior product quality in their respective sub-segments. These buses are specially designed for their intended application with an aim to provide a company built options. As leaders in the commercial vehicle market, we always look forward to bringing new products to market and this move is a step in this direction.”