Friday, April 25, 2014
By Manoj Kumawat
Tata Manza and Aria making their way to Ghana
Domestic car maker Tata Motors is going to export its sedan Manza and highly appraised SUV Aria in Ghana, where it be sold through company’s alliance Modern Auto Services, West Africa, which acquire large dealership network in West African region. According to reports company will be selling the erstwhile version of its SUV Aria in Ghana which however will be empowered with 2.2 litre DiCOR diesel engine churning the power of 138 bhp and coated with five speed manual gearbox. The major feature which would be offered in Aria avatar for Ghana market would be blessed with ABS, reverse parking sensor, steering mounted controls, cooled glove compartment and few more.
On the other side as far as sedan Manza is concerned it would be the same version which exists in Indian car market, impinging 1.4 litre petrol engine developing the power of 88bhp and torque of 116 Nm and coated with five speed manual gearbox. The major features which will be adorned in Manza offered in Ghana market would be airbags, steering mounted controls, Bluetooth connectivity, power windows, ABS and electric adjustable rear view mirrors.
Ghana is not a new market for Tata Motors as company had been selling its fleet of commercial vehicles for more than four decades and started exporting passenger vehicles from 2006 which included Safari, Indica, Sumo and Indigo. Introduction of these two models will enhance the list of Tata vehicles in Ghana. Commenting on decision of exporting Manza and Aria in Ghana, sources of company said that they found huge growth potential in Ghana and will export more vehicles in region in coming year.
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