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Tata Motors launches new ACE EX2 in Sri Lanka

The company said it will also introduce other applications on the Ace platform, including tankers, dumper placers etc

Press Trust of India  |  New Delhi 

Homegrown auto major today said it has launched a new variant of its mini truck Ace in to strengthen its presence in the island nation.
 
The company said it will also introduce other applications on the Ace platform, including tankers, dumper placers, cargo vans, mobile retail vans, high-lift cherry pickers, mobile hoardings, high security cash vans and taxi and school applications in the Sri Lankan market.
 
is present in through its distributor, Diesel and Motor Engineering Plc (Plc). It is yet to announce the price of the new product.
 
Commenting on the launch of the new vehicle, Chairman & Managing Director Ranjith Pandithage said ever since the introduction of the Tata ACE, commonly called the 'Batta' in 2006, the company has sold over 40,000 vehicles in
 
"With the new campaign Batta 'Mod Wela' (has become modern and stylish), we plan to increase our market share and our dominance in the smaller commercial vehicle market and offer even better product to the customer," he added.
 
Head, International Business (Commercial Vehicles), RT Wasan said having sold over one million vehicles on the Tata ACE platform worldwide in 7 years since it was first introduced, with the Tata the company hopes "to further achieve newer feats in the next couple of years."
 
The new Tata will compliment Tata Motors' existing range of Tata ACE vehicles in Sri Lanka, the company said, adding it was offering a warranty of 60,000 kms or 24 months on the new vehicle.

First Published: Thu, August 08 2013. 13:41 IST
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