Ranked amongst the top 20 motor vehicle manufacturers in the world, Tata Motors is one of the pioneers and the largest brand in the Indian automotive industry. There's practically no segment of the auto-world where Tata Motors have not left their lasting mark, not just in India but across the world. Tata cars have always been known to be ahead of their times ever since the year 1991 when Tata Motors made their auto-debut with the famous Tata Sierra, the first automobile to be produced in India. Following the success of Sierra, Tata Motors soon ventured into the other arenas as well with their station wagon Tata Estate and the MUV Tata Sumo only to pen down one success story after the next. Not to mention the fact that it was our very own Tata Motors that presented the Indian roads with their very first SUV - Tata Safari.
Tata Motors recently launched Tata Aria, the first crossover manufactured by an Indian company. Ever since the launch of the car was announced the car had been pitched against Toyota Innova and Mahindra Xylo, the players that had already established their dominance in the same segment. Indian automobile market is growing strong with every passing day and every brand wants to grab a considerable share of this attractive pie. One of the biggest and the most interesting brawl to witness by the Indian car buyers and enthusiasts is the one between the new entrant Tata Aria and the current segment ruler ToyotaInnova.
The Sports Utility Vehicle by Tata everyone has been waiting for has finally been launched. But the Tata Aria was not just designed keeping in mind Indian market, it was designed for markets in Europe and US.
Tata Motors has started wondering about exporting its new Sports Utility Vehicle (SUV) Tata Aria. It is likely that the SUV might be exported after six months. Currently, the company is witnessing phenomenal growth of 77 per cent in exports. Tata Motors Passenger Car Business Unit Utility Vehicles Product Group Head S G Saksena told a leading financial daily, “Normally for any manufacturer it would take about six months after introducing the car in the domestic market to commence exports. We do have plans for exporting the Aria range of SUVs in the overseas market. Most of the products introduced in domestic (markets) are usually taken to overseas market after six months. There are host of other features (before exporting) which needs to be taken care of, which will take time. We do have plans to export it to European and SAARC countries after six months.”
Tata Aria, a seven seater much awaited premium SUV has been finally launched in India by the ace car maker Tata Motors. The car has been attractively priced in the range of Rs. 12 to 14 Lacs and is sure to give a tough fight to all its contemporaries namely Maruti Grand Vitara, Toyota Innova, Honda CRV, Ford Endeavour, Chevrolet Captiva, Toyota Fortuner and upcoming Skoda Yeti. One of the highlights that grabbed the atttention of car buyers across the country is the power-packed 2.2L, DICOR (Direct Injection Common Rail) engine, which powers the current market leader Tata Safari. The engine is capable of delivering 140bhp power at 4000rpm with a thumping 320Nm torque at 1700-2700rpm. Apart from its super engine, the car comes with a range of features both for the safety and comfort of the riding passengers.
India's leading automobile manufacturer Tata Motors is all set to launch the much awaited, hugely talked about and largely speculated versatile utility vehicle Tata Aria on 11th October in Mumbai. The crossover is speculated to be tagged in an attractive and competitive price range of Rs 10 to 14 lacs. Experience speaks and the same is reflected in the styling and designing of Tata Aria that has been assembled with some of the most interesting features of an SUV. It would be an eight seater premium MUV that has been confirmed to be built on the roadster concept exhibited at the Geneva Motor Show 2000. CarDekho.com is here to get all the live updates of the launch event. The team is dedicated towards providing the best of the automobile industry to its readers and covering the Aria launch live would ensure that our readers get the breaking news on a first hand basis.
Tata Motors is going to launch the all new seven-seater Tata Aria soon. Tata Motors is now all set to target the developed markets like Europe and United States for its Tata Aria crossover utility vehicle (CUV). Tata Aria pictures show that it has been designed to meet European crash legislation and Tata Motors is aiming for a four-star EuroNCAP rating. Tata Motors has announced that they are going to launch Tata Aria in the Indian auto market on 11th of this October. It is expected that Tata Aria price will fall in the range of Rs 10 to 12 lakh.
The Tata Aria pictures prove that it is a versatile cross-over and with features common to premium SUVs it is bound to make a mark for itself. It is an eight seater luxurious MUV build on the roadster concept and comes with a 2.2L, DICOR (Direct Injection Common Rail) engine (same as Tata Safari). The engine produces 140bhp power at 4000rpm with 320Nm torque at 1700-2700rpm.
News has come in from the Tata stable that the Indian crossover will be commercially launched on October 11, 2010.The car was first displayed at the 75th Geneva Motor Show in 2005 and in the New Delhi Auto Expo 2006. The Tata Aria was unveiled at the New Delhi Auto Expo in January 2010. The Tata Aria would come loaded with a 2.2L, 2179cc, 4-cylinder DICOR engine. The 2.2L DICOR engine in the Tata Aria offers a maximum power of 140 bhp at 4,000 rpm and develops a peak torque of 320Nm at 1,700 to 2,700 rpm. The engine is similar to that of Safari but its refinement is very obvious to be able to suit Tata Aria better. Things like optimized rubber mounts, aluminum cast sump, better acoustic package with a dual mass flywheel which plays the main role to reduce unwanted vibrations and enhances the overall engine performance are all present in the Tata Aria.
There is news coming in from the Tata stable that the much awaited crossover Tata Aria would be launched within a month. Tata Aria had been sent to Jaguar and Land Rover plant in UK for an interiors makeover. It is likely that the Tata Aria would be launched in the country with a price tag of about Rs 10 lakh.