Hyderabad, Mar 4 (UNI) Tata Motors has commenced sales of its latest passenger vehicle 'Sumo Grande' in the city.
Head of the Utility Vehicles (South Zone) S G Sakxena told newspersons that Sumo Grande, unveiled at the Auto Expo in January, was commerically available with dealers in metros and select large cities.
He said the Sumo Grande, which combines the looks of a Sports Utility Vehicle (SUV) with the comforts of a family car, would be available in seven colours, including four new shades. It had been specifically designed to satisfy the needs of city customers in the areas of driveability, manoeuverability and fuel efficiency.
Of the nine dealers in Andhra Pradesh and three were in the city.
The market share of the Tata Motors' utility vechicles was 20 per cent now.
He claimed that Tata Motors was India's largest automobile company with revenues of Rs 32,426 crore in 2006-07. With over four million Tata vehicles plying in the country, it was the leader in the commercial vehicles and the second largest in passenger vehicles.
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