On March 3, 2015 Tata Motors launched their new small pick-up, the
SuperAce Mint. The SuperAce Mint was launched at a starting price of Rs.5.09
Lakh (ex-showroom Thane) will be available in four colours - Blazing Red,
Castle Grey, Arctic White and Meteor Silver.
The Ace family of mini trucks by Tata is used for last mile delivery
of cargo. These trucks are known to be safer, robust and economical. These
vehicles are available at an affordable price and offers low cost of ownership.
Tata Motors plans to grow its share in this segment. Ravi Pisharody, Executive
Director, Commercial Vehicles Business Unit, Tata Motors Ltd., said, “Tata
Motors has created new vehicle categories through the Ace family and by an understanding
of what Indian consumers want. The SuperAce Mint will deliver best-in-class
combination of power, mileage and load capacities as well as delivering
superior margins in shorter turnaround time.”
Powering the SuperAce Mint is a 1.4 Litre DiCOR (common rail) BS4
engine. Tata claims the vehicle engine delivers a flat torque over a wide range
of engine rpm (1800 - 3000 rpm) which will enhance the vehicle’s pickup in all
gears. The cabin has been manufactured keeping driver ergonomics at the centre
of the design. The Super Ace Mint has power steering as standard and blower. It
also has body colored bumpers and wheel caps. The driver’s and co-driver’s
seats are adjustable and the vehicle also has an HVAC option.
The SuperAce Mint has 3-point retractable seat belts and side impact
beams for protection from collisions. The vehicle has a top speed of 125kmph and
a mileage of 17.9kmpl. The company has over 1600 service points and on an
average a workshop is present at every 62 km interval. The new SuperAce Mint is
available with a warranty of 1 year or 50,000 Km (whichever is earlier).
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