Tata Motors introduced the Prima LX 2523.K Tipper, and in the cargo segment, Prima LX 2523.T, Prima LX 3123.T and Prima LX 4023.S. All CV’s are offered with different combinations of drivelines to meet end-user requirements for varied applications.
RT Wasan, Head – International Business, Commercial Vehicles Business Unit, Tata Motors says Prima range launch in Nepal is an important milestone for Tata’s expansion in Nepalese market and SAARC region. As market leaders, Tata is committed to shaping the commercial vehicle industry to give the Nepalese customer competitive business advantage.
Tata Prima range meets highest operating standards under extreme conditions, and is tested to confirm with global standards in offering outstanding material and build quality, comfort, driving dynamics and economy, coupled with lowest total cost of ownership. The driveline of all 4 Prima vehicles launched uses the latest engine tech from Cummins Inc. with an output of 230HP.
New gen Tata Prima cabin is outfitted with stylized interiors focused on driver comfort, and separates driver’s working and living area. The air-conditioned cabin is easy to access, and offers plenty of occupant space. Reclining seats with arm rests, adjustable steering system for best possible driver control, a music system and a GPS system are offered as standard features.
Last week, Tata Motors launched e-Xeta hatchback, powered by a 1.2 litre MPFI engine returning max power of 65 PS at 5,000 rpm and 100 Nm torque at 2,700 rpm. e-Xeta is available with keyless entry, a new HVAC system, power steering, and power windows for all 4 doors. Body-coloured bumpers and ORVMs, front and rear fog lamps, two-tone alloy wheels, and beige interiors are in use.