08-12-2010: Tata Motors has launched a new offering in the Winger lineup called as Tata Winger Platinum at a very competitive price. The company has launched this vehicle to take on Mahindra India in the Indian auto market. The all new Tata Winger Platinum comes with Bharat Stage IV emission standards and it is offered with premium class interiors and features. This mini van from Tata Motors is available at just Rs. 7.40 lakh (ex showroom price Mumbai) , which is very competitive in its class. This new vehicle comes with power steering option and with a turning radius of about 5.65mm, which is helpful in sharp curves. It is blessed with a 2.0-litre diesel engine and it meets the BSIV emission norms. The customers can choose this vehicle from two color shades which are Cyrus Grey and Pearl White. The company is offering this vehicle with 1.5 lakh kilometer or 18 months warranty. Tata Motors will look to increase its market space in the utility vehicle segment with this premium class Tata Winger Platinum.
7 Seater (Discontinued)
1948 cc, Manual, Diesel, 10.71 kmpl
|Rs 7.9 Lakh
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|Variant||Mileage (City)||Mileage (Highway)|
|Diesel||7.35 kmpl||10.71 kmpl|
Some companies create products and some companies create legacies. Some automobile manufacturers actually become representatives of their nation at the world front. The international automobile industry is a platform to enable technology, innovation and creation pass through out the whole world , spreading the national ethics and design dedications of that manufacturer. One such wonderful force is the centuries old Tata Group. With Tata Motors, the company created a remarkable share of its vehicles in the automobile world. Being a reliable brand which created products that stood on parameters of strength, performance and visual appeal. Very few companies hold the honour of staying in the business for decades, creating an empire around them and a separate universe which makes it self sufficient and builds the company’s capabilities extensively at a global front. Hailing from its equally large and widespread parent Tata and Sons, the Tata Motors has been in the automobile manufacturing business since 1945 which is just a couple of years before Indian independence. Practising its skill as a manufacturer of locomotives, Tata finally set its foot in the commercial automobile sector by developing its first commercial vehicle in 1954. Initially though, Tata Motors had to rope in the German engineering skills so that it could better understand the business dynamics around automobile manufacturing. Tata Motors chose for this purpose Daimler Benz AG, which itself retains its distinct position in the global automobile market even now. Tata Motors however ended the collaboration with Daimler Benz AG in 1969 and years later it produced its very own Tata Sierra in 1991. Tata Motors went on to create innovative automobile marvels which was evident from the 1998 passenger car, Indica, which still enjoys a huge share of customer interest. Over the years, Tata Motors increased its global presence by acquiring the South Korean manufacturer Daewoo Commercial Vehicles company in 2004. It continued the acquisition by taking over the premium British automobile manufacturer Jaguar Land Rover in 2008, all of which eventually led Tata Motors to be ranked among the Fortune Global 500 rankings.
Tata Motors, just like its parent Tata and Sons, has always been consistent in trying out new innovations and providing the latest technology to the consumers in the most simple manner. After excelling in the hatchback models through Indica, sedans through Indigo, sports vehicles through Jaguar and the SUV commuter segment through Landrover, Tata Motors realised another segment which is a top requirement for the Indian automobile customers. Every company needs to adapt to a certain set of uncertainties and distinctness when operating in the Indian automobile market. The demographic changes and factors such as large family vehicles and spacious interiors act as a prime priority for the Indian customers unlike the two seater coupes and cozy well designed vehicles which make their way through the roads in the Western counterparts. Considering the large density of combined families which consist typically of two to three generations, Tata Motors created the Tata Winger which can easily accommodate a large set of passengers. Though this concept is not especially new, considering the number of seven seater vehicles and SUVs prevalent in the automobile market, Tata hits the right chords by providing indisputably best-in-class interiors. The level of comfort offered to the seven passengers in the Tata Winger can not be matched with its existing contemporaries.
The Tata Winger Platinum is a mini van with the comfort and luxury of a sedan class. The base design was borrowed from the Renault Trafic which was a highly successful design. The Tata Winger was officially launched in India in 2007. With its distinct beauty regardless of its large design and the options available in it, all in all made the Tata Winger a sought after mini van for the Indian consumers. The vehicle is offered in India in six variants so as to suit individual needs and demands such as long wheelbase, short wheelbase, higher roof and lower roof. The distinction of the Tata Winger however came in introducing the prospects of such a well designed vehicle for communal and non-commercial purposes such as school buses and ambulance, for which Tata Motors personally created separate variants so that customised products can be shipped directly without having to worry about individual customisation options in the customers locality. The top end model however features a flat roof and air conditioned version suiting a ten seater structure. The other variants can support as many as 13 to 14 passengers. This way, the sub-variants end up consisting of a list of 11 vehicles. The latest addition of the Tata Winger range is the ultra luxurious and unbelievably spacious Tata Winger Platinum. Suiting its title inclusion of Platinum which explains the rarity and the special stature of the vehicle, the Tata Winger Platinum raised a lot of hands from customers dying to own one. The Tata Winger is offered as a standard version which is a non airconditioned, a deluxe high roof version without air conditioning, a deluxe version with flat roof and a sub-variant set of air conditioning inclusion. The top end however remains to be the flat roof air conditioned luxury version. All the variants feature a 1948cc engine which is compliant to the BS III specifications .
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Look and Style goood Comfort goood Pickup bad Mileage not too good Best Features ya fine Needs to improve back door is not nice plz do like innova type Overall Experience good...
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