Tata refutes phasing out Indica and Sumo
Tata Motors today released a statement in which it negated all the speculations going around regarding the de-emphasizing of Tata Indica. According to the statement released, along with the second-generation Tata Indica Vista the company has also introduced more fuel efficient models of Indica like Indica eV2 and has no plans of discontinuing Tata Indica. The Indica eV2 diesel is the most fuel efficient car in India offering an impressive mileage of 25kmpl. On the subject of producing other cars at its Sanand plant, Tata Motors mentioned that these guesses have no base as the company is not planning on producing any car other than Tata Nano at its Sanand plant in Gujarat.
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Other Tata cars will continue to be produced at the company’s factory in Pimpri, near Pune and the Sanand plant will continue to manufacture only Nano. It was also briefed in the statement that Tata cars will not be sharing any platform or engine with the Jaguar Land Rover vehicles. Tata Motors has seen an up rise in the sales figures since the 2012 Tata Nano has hit the showrooms. The company is looking forward to the expansion of its distribution network with exclusive dealers and marketing enterprises.
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Lately, Tata Nano has been receiving good response from the customers and is anticipated to push the sales further which in turn would result in full capacity utilization of Sanand plant. Tata Motors has always given importance to consumer needs and technology development and has continually refreshed its portfolio. The company has devised new strategies for its entire product range that includes Tata Nano, Tata Indica / Indica Vista, Tata Indigo / Indigo Manza, Tata Sumo, Tata Safari and Tata Aria. The company will reveal these strategies in the market with time as and when need arises.
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