Nepal – Tata Motors launches Safari Storme at 37.85 lakh Nepalese rupees

Posted on: Aug 2, 2013 - 2:52pm IST

Tata Motors today launched the Tata Safari Storme in Kathmandu, Nepal.

The Storme will be exported from India and sold in Nepal through Sipradi Trading Private Ltd (STPL). Sipradi is the exclusive distributor of Tata Motors products in Nepal since 1982. The company sells and services the full range of Tata commercial and passenger vehicles.

Tata Safari Storme launched Nepal
Left – Mr. Gurinder Singh of Tata Motors; Right – Mr. Shambhu Dahal, CEO, Sipradi Trading.

The Storme for Nepal is powered by the same 2.2-liter VariCOR engine producing 140PS and 320Nm of torque. 0-100km/h takes a claimed 15 seconds while the fuel efficiency is rated at 14km/l for the 4×2 and 13.2km/l for the 4×4.

Prices for the Storme in Nepal start at NPR 37.85 lakhs (INR 23.74 lakhs). There are three variants available – LX, VX and VX 4×4. The Storme will be available in six exterior color choices (Nepal does not get the Arctic White color) and a 2 year/75,000km warranty is being offered on the vehicle that will be retailed in all 12 dealerships.

Tata Safari Storme launched in Nepal
Storme has been launched in 2WD and 4WD trims. It will be retailed across 12 stores in Nepal.

Mr. Gurinder Singh, Country Manager, Nepal and Bhutan, Passenger Vehicles Business Unit, Tata Motors, said –

In addition to our current dynamic offerings, we now introduce the Tata Safari Storme to our customers in Nepal. We are sure that customers will be delighted with the look and off road capability of the Real SUV, the Safari Storme.

Head to Page 2 for the press release.

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3 thoughts on “Nepal – Tata Motors launches Safari Storme at 37.85 lakh Nepalese rupees

  1. anoop Kumar verma says:

    It’s rocking style and good milage.
    It’s fullyloaded SUV IN own range I love it..
    The name is look like it’s personality.it’snot a car it’s really STORM….

    Reply
  2. Ajay Singh says:

    I don’t think it can do soo good in Nepal.

    Reply
    1. anoop Kumar verma says:

      It’s fully depends your thinking..
      Mr. Ajay…
      You know it’s manufacturing by TATA MOTORS the nameof TRUST….

      Reply

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