Sri Lanka – Tata Ultra light and intermediate CVs launched

Posted on: Oct 15, 2014 - 4:44pm IST

Three models are available initially.

The Tata Ultra range of mid-premium light and intermediate commercial vehicles has been launched in Sri Lanka by Diesel and Motors Engineering PLC, the official importer of Tata vehicles in the neighbouring country.

Tata Ultra 812 front three quarter
The Ultra series is powered by a 125 PS diesel engine.

The initial lineup includes the Ultra 612, Ultra 812 and Ultra 912 which have GVWs of 6, 8 and 9 tonnes respectively. Each model is available in three load body lengths – 14, 17 and 20 feet. The company has announced more body lengths would be made available in the future.

The trucks are powered by the Tata 497 TCIC common rail diesel engine that generates 125 PS and 400 Nm of torque. The transmission is a GB500 6-speed unit.

Tata Ultra 812 dashboard
The well equipped interior offers optional AC.

The notable features of the Ultra range include rolled chassis made of high tensile strength steel, industry-first front disc brakes, multi-info display, LED taillights, dashboard mounted gear lever, tilt, telescopic and collapsible steering and optional AC.

Also read: Tata Ultra 614 showcased at the Auto Expo

The color options available are Arctic White, Arizona Blue and Sardinia Red. The India-made commercial vehicles are offered with a warranty of 3 years/300,000 km and 24×7 roadside assistance.

More details are available in the press release below.

Tata Ultra 812 and Ultra 912 – Image Gallery

Tata Ultra launched in Sri Lanka – Press Release

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One thought on “Sri Lanka – Tata Ultra light and intermediate CVs launched

  1. ajit says:

    Good move by Tata, this range of trucks will be able to fight head on with the japanese & chinese competition, which at the moment dominates this segment in Sri Lanka


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