Nepal – Tata Xenon pick-up launched
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The Tata Xenon Pick-up has been launched in the Nepalese market. Sipradi Trading, the official distributors for Tata vehicles in Nepal, have launched both the single and dual cab variants of the Xenon pick-up.
The Xenon for Nepal gets the 3.0-liter turbo diesel engine which produces a maximum power of 72hp and peak torque of 223Nm. The top-speed is rated at 120km/h while the maximum gradeability is 32%.
The Xenon for Nepal gets power steering, adjustable steering column, cushioned bucket seats in the front with adjustable lumbar support, mobile charging point, collapsible steering column and central locking. A 3 year/300,000km warranty is also being offered.
The Xenon is now the third product in the pick-up portfolio of Tata Motors in Nepal, the others being the Tata 207 (positioned in the large pick-up segment) and the Tata Super Ace (positioned in the small pick-up segment).
Mr. R T Wasan, Head (International Business – Commercial Vehicles), Tata Motors, said –
With the Tata Xenon, the vehicle will cater to customers aspiring to have a stylish pick-up, boasting best-in-class power, yet providing the overall performance of an efficient work-horse.
Page 2 has the press release.