Updated On: 29 July 2021 Dheeraj Nair
Tata Ace Gold Petrol CX comes with features such as Gear Shift Advisor and Eco Switch that help you extract a high mileage
Understanding vulnerability and demand fluctuations played a significant part in the development of commercial vehicles in India. In the early 2000s, the last-mile delivery logistics as seen today were yet to become a reality. This meant that mammoth businesses were the only ones to own big commercial vehicles.
However, as time progressed, small logistic businesses and last-mile delivery services significantly changed according to the demands of society. Small logistics became a major contributor to the growth of huge corporates as they turned out to be the one-stop solution to doorstep delivery, thus, the requirement for small LCVs to benefit these mammoth businesses became a necessity.
Interestingly, Tata Motors were among the first few legendary companies to roll out Light commercial vehicles (LCV) in the country. Today, Tata has a symbolic presence that justifies the times which saw significant growth in last-mile delivery businesses. One such LCV range that Tata is proud to showcase is the Tata Ace lineup.
Tata ace was first launched a decade ago, in 2005 to be precise and since then, it has been one of the favourite urban and rural oriented LCVs in the country. Today, it represents the CV maker's most robust and durable lineup of vehicles. The Tata ace has reached 10 lakh in cumulative sales, presenting it as a new milestone for the company.
At this juncture, it is only natural for the company to launch their latest addition to the Ace range of CVs- The Gold Petrol CX.
The Tata Ace Gold CX comes with a 694cc engine mated to a 4-speed transmission, providing higher acceleration power. The vehicle seems to have a 30% gradeability, meaning that the Ace Gold Petrol CX can climb steep terrain efficiently even with cargo onboard. On the other hand, the Ace Gold Petrol had features such as a Gear Shift Advisor and Eco Switch for high fuel efficiency, so a similar system can be expected in the all-new CV.
Tata Motors claims this LCV can help earn Rs 25,000 profit per month by transporting all kinds of goods such as fruits & vegetables, Gas cylinders, consumer products, furniture, FMCG, Diary products etc.
To cater for its customers, Tata has brilliantly created three different variants of the Tata Ace Gold Bs6 other than the Ace gold petrol CX- Tata Ace Gold Diesel, Ace Gold Petrol and Tata Ace Gold CNG.
To know more about these variants, please click here.
Rajesh Kaul, Vice President of Sales & Marketing Commercial Vehicles at Tata Motors stated "The Ace Gold Petrol CX could be a game-changer as it is an affordable and easily accessible vehicle. Since the launch of BS6 engines, the price of commercial vehicles has significantly increased making it less affordable for commoners. However, this is not the case anymore as we have launched the Tata Ace Gold Petrol CX at a price of Rs.3.99lakh which is lesser than its counterparts. We are truly proud to present such a vehicle that benefits farmers and helps society achieve their dreams.
Tata Ace Gold has competition from the likes of vehicles such as the Mahindra Jeeto and the Maruti Suzuki Super Carry, however, it has remained unaffected by the test of time. Kaul added that the production for the Ace Gold CX has already started and the vehicle will soon reach dealerships near you.
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