Nepal – India-made Tata Marcopolo Starbus Ultra range launched

Nithyanandh

Nithyanandh K, As a toddler, those wheeled machinery fascinated me even before I knew what they’re called as! So here I'm, petrolhead by birth, Mechanical engineer by qualification and automotive reporter by profession!

The Tata Marcopolo Starbus Ultra range of commercial vehicles with seating capacity ranging from 30 to 46 passengers, has been launched in Nepal. The buses will be imported as CBUs from India.

Tata Marcopolo Starbus Ultra Nepal launch
The Tata Marcopolo Starbus Ultra range in Nepal will be distributed by Sipradi Group.

The Marcopolo Starbus Ultra caters to the mid-premium segment of the passenger commercial vehicles. The vehicles are available in both city and school bus configurations (Ultra Skool) and can be specified with features such as wide entry, air conditioner and reclining seats with armrests and head rests.

The 30 seater variant is powered by Tata’s 4SP DICOR four-cylinder diesel engine that puts out 125 bhp (93 KW) and 320 Nm of torque. The 36, 42 and 46 seater variants are powered by the company’s 497 Turbocharged four-cylinder diesel engine that outputs 123 bhp (92 KW) and 400 Nm of torque. All variants are equipped with a 6-speed manual transmission.

Tata Starbus front press shot
The Starbus Ultra has seating capacity ranging from 30 to 46 passengers.

The Tata Marcopolo Startbus Ultra range is being manufactured at the automaker’s production plant in Dharwad, Karnataka. The buses are being imported and distributed in Nepal by Sipradi Group, the authorized distributor of Tata Motors products in the country.

The vehicles come with a warranty of 3,00,000km/3 years for the chassis and the aggregates, and a 18 month warranty for the body.

[Source: Myrepublica.com]

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