Tata Motors refresh its Winger Platinum
11 December 2010
Keeping on the same long-standing reliable tradition, Tata Motors has released a platinum edition of its Winger in Mumbai. Tata Winger, a 7-seater van, specially designed for those who need carriers but wishes other features in a car also.
Without a doubt the main improvement in the auto is its new design which provides more space in the passenger seating area with a similar vehicle size. Confidence in the passenger’s comfort even in the last row makes Tata Winger Platinum a favourite in its segment. In addition to other benefits, there are 7 individual reclining captain seats that provide private space for each of the passengers.
The Winger Platinum will compete with the auto likes: Toyota Innova, Mahindra Bolero, Chevrolet Tavera and Mahindra Xylo. With adjustable head rests, soft wide adjustable armrests, best in-class legroom, individual airconditionong and wide luggage space, the Tata Winger Platinum ensures every journey as a pleasurable experience. In addition, a 2-Din music system with 4 in-built speakers and support for LCD provide sufficient entertainment for long trips
The Winger is powered by 2-litre turbo charged inter cooled diesel engine which produces 90 bhp. The Tata Winger Platinum comes in two colour options – Pearl White and Cyrus Grey. It is backed with a 150 000 km or 18-month warranty.
Tata Motors also is planning to raise production figures of the van manufacture for the estimated target of 600-700 units in month.
Mr. Sandeep Kumar, Head- Commercial vehicle business, Tata Motors said: “There is a chance that ABS or airbags features might be offered, but we can’t’ give you a clear indication as of now. With 200 odd Commercial vehicle dealerships all over the country, we also have plans to create a dent in the sales of its competitors”
It seems that all the various sectors of Indian automobile market are set for a rivalry. It’s a good sign for the market as it would provide the customers with numerous choices and put pressure back on the manufacturers to improve their products or die.