TATA Attacks Bus Market

In South Africa’s bus market, which is dominated by bus bodies built onto truck chassis, TATA has now positioned itself by offering buses built on dedicated bus chassis.
In doing so, it has made three models available offering seating capacity for 25, 28 and 37 passengers (all excluding driver) with a 65-seater to be introduced later this year. “We do not target the tourism industry as our buses are best described as reliable and durable utility buses, or work horses. They were designed to function in the tough operating conditions found not only in India, but in South Africa and cross-border countries as well,

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