Tata Motors opens the doors of its new complete range passenger car showroom in Pune

Tata Motors opens the doors of its new complete range passenger car showroom in Pune New Tata Manza
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Thursday 25 October 2012, 09:57 AM

Tata Motors, the country's largest automobile manufacturer, despite having been busy with three launches last week, had launched a new state-of-the-art passenger car dealership, in Baner, Pune on October 22, 2012.

Tata Motors opens the doors of its new complete range passenger car showroom

The new Pune based outlet is established by Concorde Motors and is the first in city. The company celebrated the inauguration of new facility with a special ceremony that was presided by several top Tata Motors' officials, including Karl Slym, Managing Director (MD), Tata Motors and Ranjit Yadav, President, Passenger Car Business Unit (PCBU), Tata Motors. Further, it was Karl Slym and Ranjit Yadav who inaugurated the new store.

Concorde Motors, a completely owned subsidiary of Tata Motors, boasts off state-of-the-art and world class customer facilities and offers a highly dedicated customer support. Reportedly, the company's new dealership has been built on about 70,000 sq. ft. area, of which around 45,000 sq. ft. have been reserved for workshop purposes.

Tata Motors' modern showroom has been trimmed with 62 service and maintenance bays, besides the manpower appointed by the company is experienced, skilled and trained in providing quick vehicle service and repair. The modern dealership provides a comprehensive solution to Tata Motors' customers along with best-in-class car finance and car insurance services.

The Pune based facility is reported to offer entire Tata Motors' Indian portfolio including all products from the entry-level Tata Nano to Tata Aria crossover along with the company's latest mid-size sedan, Manza Club Class. However, it has yet not been revealed that if the new facility will also retail Tata Motors' latest premium Sports Utility Vehicle (SUV) - Safari Storme.

The company has stated that it is going to remain committed towards developing new services and products, which will be fully capable towards realising the needs and requirements of the Indian car enthusiasts.

Tata Motors also owns the British sports luxury marques Jaguar and Land Rover, and it would be interesting to see whether the Indian automotive player retails the aforementioned brands from its new store. The company has introduced three new products – Manza Club Class saloon, Safari Storme and a trimmed down version of the Aria Crossover in the domestic passenger car market in the second half of October 2012.

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