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Tata Motors launches Xenon XT in South Africa

Xenon, powered by 2.2 litre engine, is ideal for segments like family and leisure, farming, mining, construction and small businesses

Press Trust of India  |  New Delhi 

today expanded its product portfolio in South Africa with the launch of a new range of Tata

The company has launched Tata XT in four variants in the South African market, said in a statement.



"South Africa is a key strategic market for and our focused efforts for this market is validated by our increasing presence and market share here," Head - International Business, Commercial Vehicles, R T Wasan said.

The launch of the Tata XT will further fortify the company's position in the South African automotive industry and motivate the firm to develop more such vehicles for its South African customers, he added.

Xenon, powered by 2.2 litre engine, is ideal for segments like family and leisure, farming, mining, construction and small businesses, the company said.

"With the addition of the XT range, now boasts of an impressive bakkie portfolio catering to every discerning need of the South African automotive market and suiting every consumer segment," it added.

The company's existing portfolio comprises Super Ace, 207 DI turbo and the existing range with 11 variants.

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Tata Motors launches Xenon XT in South Africa

Xenon, powered by 2.2 litre engine, is ideal for segments like family and leisure, farming, mining, construction and small businesses

Xenon, powered by 2.2 litre engine, is ideal for segments like family and leisure, farming, mining, construction and small businesses today expanded its product portfolio in South Africa with the launch of a new range of Tata

The company has launched Tata XT in four variants in the South African market, said in a statement.

"South Africa is a key strategic market for and our focused efforts for this market is validated by our increasing presence and market share here," Head - International Business, Commercial Vehicles, R T Wasan said.

The launch of the Tata XT will further fortify the company's position in the South African automotive industry and motivate the firm to develop more such vehicles for its South African customers, he added.

Xenon, powered by 2.2 litre engine, is ideal for segments like family and leisure, farming, mining, construction and small businesses, the company said.

"With the addition of the XT range, now boasts of an impressive bakkie portfolio catering to every discerning need of the South African automotive market and suiting every consumer segment," it added.

The company's existing portfolio comprises Super Ace, 207 DI turbo and the existing range with 11 variants.
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Tata Motors launches Xenon XT in South Africa

Xenon, powered by 2.2 litre engine, is ideal for segments like family and leisure, farming, mining, construction and small businesses

today expanded its product portfolio in South Africa with the launch of a new range of Tata

The company has launched Tata XT in four variants in the South African market, said in a statement.

"South Africa is a key strategic market for and our focused efforts for this market is validated by our increasing presence and market share here," Head - International Business, Commercial Vehicles, R T Wasan said.

The launch of the Tata XT will further fortify the company's position in the South African automotive industry and motivate the firm to develop more such vehicles for its South African customers, he added.

Xenon, powered by 2.2 litre engine, is ideal for segments like family and leisure, farming, mining, construction and small businesses, the company said.

"With the addition of the XT range, now boasts of an impressive bakkie portfolio catering to every discerning need of the South African automotive market and suiting every consumer segment," it added.

The company's existing portfolio comprises Super Ace, 207 DI turbo and the existing range with 11 variants.

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