| Zee Yusri |
CUSTOMERS do not have to be driving enthusiasts to appreciate the all-new Tata vehicle range, as these cars will turn them into one. That was how some of the local media people felt during the media test drive yesterday, which was hosted by the distributor of Tata vehicles, Worldwide Motors Sdn Bhd, a subsidiary of GHK Motors Group.
Worldwide Motors is eyeing to station Tata as the most economical quality car in Brunei. The staff of the company has already undertaken training to understand the technical aspects of Tata vehicles. And a plus for owners; Tata spare parts are also easily available.
Wafi Akramin Mohammad, Director of Worldwide Motors Sdn Bhd, also shared the statistics from Brunei Automobile Traders Association (BATA) which stated that in Brunei passenger cars categorised as small and compact with engine capacity of 2000cc or below are the hot-selling cars over the past few years.
Underlining this statistic, it was mentioned that Tata’s automobiles have big potential in the market and local customers can expect that Tata will satisfy their expectations and requirements that are provided by currently trending cars. The cars meet the stringent norms of active and passive safety and provide excellent performance.
Tata cars highlight four main essential attributes – style, convenience and utility, safety and security, and comfort. They offer the best of these attributes and will give customers full satisfaction.
Tata group is a global enterprise that is based in India and is also one of the biggest Indian companies, having its presence covering more than 60 per cent of the country as well as exporting products and services to over 150 countries.
Tata’s worldwide revenue is estimated to be US$103.27 billion this year, with a profit of US$3.65 billion and total assets of US$108.17 billion. As of last year, Tata has about 565,502 employees. Jaguar and Land Rover are subsidiaries of Tata Motors.