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    New Tata 407 CNG variant launched at Rs 12.07 lakh

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    Tata Motors, India’s largest commercial vehicle manufacturer, today announced the launch of the CNG variant of its most iconic commercial vehicle, the Tata 407. Tata Motor claims that the new CNG variant offers profits of up to 35% over the diesel variant. The all-new Tata 407 CNG variant is priced at Rs. 12.07 lakh (ex-showroom, Pune). The new 407 CNG is available with a 10-feet load deck, offering a high load-carrying capacity. The all-new 407 CNG will further strengthen Tata Motors’ extensive CNG portfolio, ranging from 5-tonne to 16-tonne gross vehicle weight (GVW), in the I&LCV segment.

    The new Tata 407 CNG is powered by a 3.8-litre CNG engine with SGI engine technology, which produces 85 PS of power and 285 Nm of torque at lower rpm. The 4,995kg-GVW vehicle is equipped with a fuel tank capacity of 180 litres to ensure faster turnaround time and higher productivity. The iconic SFC (semi-forward control) cabin of the 407 is built with high-grade steel. The new Tata 407 rides on front parabolic suspension, offers significantly reduced clutch and gear shift effort and low NVH levels, to offer the best comfort on all types of terrains. For the convenience and in cabin entertainment of the driver, the vehicle is equipped with a USB mobile charging port and Blaupunkt music system. The 407 range now comes loaded with the Fleet Edge – Tata Motors’ next-gen connected vehicle platform for optimal fleet management, to further increase the uptime and reduce the total cost of ownership, with a free subscription of 2 years.

    The Tata 407 CNG offers a best-in-industry warranty of 3 years / 3 lakh kilometres, giving the owners complete peace of mind. The company also offers Sampoorna Seva 2.0, a comprehensive service package and a complete solution for the upkeep and maintenance of Tata Motors commercial vehicles

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