Domestic CV major, Tata Motors has expanded its product offerings in the neighbouring country, Bhutan by launching launched four new models in the Intermediate and Light Commercial Vehicles (I&LCV) range - LPT 912, LPK 912, LPK 1212 and LPT1412 - in Bhutan.
The models come packed with Common Rail Diesel Injection (CRDI) engine technology, which it says enhances fuel efficiency, offers superior design and more reliable aggregates, all the while ensuring lowest cost of ownership, higher uptime and increased driver comfort.
Tata Motors' says with very competitive prices of these models comprising light-trucks 5-tonne to 13-tonne GVW and a new tipper range from 3-CuM to 6.5-CuM will be launched across the country, in a phased manner.
Asif Shamim, regional manager (SAARC), International Business - Commercial Vehicles, Tata Motors said:“It is our constant endeavour to provide Bhutanese customers with world class products and services. Our latest range of I&LCV trucks offers unmatched performance, comfort and safety, along with versatility of various load body lengths and tipper capacities to cater to a varied number of applications. These trucks are designed and tested for the conditions in Bhutan and will deliver power, performance and profitability to our customers, exceeding all their expectations."
Yeshey Seldon, MD, STCBL, said: “Over the years, Tata Motors has expanded their position in the Bhutanese market and we will continue to support these products with the best purchase and high quality after-sales service experience. The new CR range of I&LCV trucks with its promising features strengthens our belief in Tata Motors vehicles, which are known to offer high value proposition to the Bhutanese customer, for their utility, ruggedness and fuel-efficiency.”