Tata Cars for Sale in Bangladesh
When we think of automobiles, we usually think of one of Japan’s many creations, with names like Honda and Toyota ruling the market. Within our very own subcontinent, however, is another automotive giant that gives our neighboring country of India something to be proud of – Tata Motors. Based on Mumbai, Maharashtra and manufacturing plants and assembly lines in Jamshedpur, Pantnagar, Lucknow, Sanand, Dharwad and Pune in India, Tata Motors is the world’s sixteenth largest automobile manufacturing company.
Having produced their first passenger vehicle Tata Sierra in 1991, Tata Motors built a pathway for India in the automobile industry. Then came the Indica in 1998 and the Tata Nano – the world’s cheapest car, in 2008.
Popular Tata Car Models and prices in Bangladesh
Tata Motors mainly produces compact cars, midsize cars and utility vehicles. With markets in almost 26 countries across 4 continents, Tata’s major markets are mainly situated in the subcontinent, Bangladesh being one of them. Car model like Tata Nano gained worldwide attention due to its extremely cheap price. Tata cars that are currently listed in Carmudi are:
Tata Nano was made and sold in India with a vision of providing car for everyone a price tag of INR100,000 (BDT 1,25,000) the price was ultimately increased with time. It was designed to encourage India's burgeoning middle classes away from two-wheelers, it received much publicity. Feature wise it did not have any power steering initially due to its light weight and it does not come with built-in airbag or air-conditioning. It has 624cc rear engine with 2 bigger cylinders (312cc each). It has an acceleration of 0-60 km/h in 30 seconds and fuel efficiency of 25.35 kilometers per liter. Now the second-generation Tata Nano is expected to be sold in the United States by 2015. Tata Nano Price in Bangladesh starts from BDT 8, 00,000.
Produced since 1998, Tata Indica, the supermini car is India's first indigenously developed passenger car. This is one of the most selling passenger cars of Tata in India and also has been exported to Europe and Africa since 2004. Tata motors re-engineered the first generation of the car as Indica V2 with 1.4-L diesel or petrol engine because they received a lot of complaints. The second generation of Tata Indica came out with a completely new platform and shares nothing with the existing first generation Indica.It is bigger in size and has Fiat’s 1.3 L Quadrajet common rail direct injection diesel and a 1.2 L Safire MPFI VVT petrol engine. It has its own electric version naming Indica Vista EV that can run 200 kilometres on its full electric motor and came out in 2011. Tata Indica Vista price in Bangladesh starts from BDT 17, 75,000.
Introduced in October 2009, the modern day sedan Tata Manza elicits a staggering styling statement. Also known as 'The Club Class Sedan', the Manza comes with a 4 Cylinder, MPFI, 1368 cc petrol engine producing 90 horsepower at 6000 rpm and 116 Nm of torque at 4750 rpm. To provide all the luxury of a sedan car to its passengers, Tata Manza has height-adjustable driver's seat, crash-tested cockpit, tilt adjustable power steering, side-door intrusion beams, ABS and dual front airbags. Available in six different colours, Tata Manza offers a mileage/fuel efficiency of 15.1 kilometers per liter on the highways and 12.2 kilometers per liter in the city roads. Tata Manza price in Bangladesh starts from BDT 22, 25,000.
Why Should You Buy a Tata Car?
Tata is one of the top car manufacturers in the Asian market after Maruti and Hyundai Firstly, their diesel run vehicles give better mileage than the ones operating on petrol. As well, Tata car is relatively cheaper than other car brands. Tata delivers car with weather appropriate features. And it is the largest automaker in India which certainly leaves a mark on the overall car selling in Asia. Tata passenger cars are designed focusing on a regular south Asian family and priced in a way so most of the families can buy it. That’s why Tata has such big market share in Asia.
The primary reason for buying a Tata car would be the fact that they are produced in neighboring India, meaning that they will be especially suited to the Bangladeshi context. Seeing as how the traffic scene and general lifestyle of India and Bangladesh are quite similar, Tata Cars seem to be a practical choice for mid-range car buyers of the country looking for functional motor vehicles.
Tata Car Availability in Bangladesh
There are about 530, 000 motor vehicles in the Bangladesh streets produced by Tata motors. Among the cars available at Carmudi are the Tata Ace, Tata Indigo 2012 and Tata 2.2 Cowboy 2011. Other models include the Nano, Indigo eCS GVX. And Tata Motor's official distributors in Bangladesh is Nitol Motors Limited. Nitol Motors let you test drive Tata cars on demand. Also you can find official Tata car dealers of Nitol Motors in their website.
Tata has recently made an entry into the Bangladeshi automobile market with the launch of its two sedans and a hatchback – Indigo eCS, Indigo Manza and Indica Vista respectively. The cars were expected to be made available in showrooms in Dhaka and three other cities by 2013. Discover our collection of Tata cars for sale in your city on Carmudi: