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TATA BOLT and ZEST Sales Not Encouraging

  • Jun 17, 2015
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COLOMBO: April 2015 saw Tata Zest and Bolt sales plunge to its lowest ever month to month figures – 2,622 units. Tragically for Tata Motors, the decrease proceeds in May 2015 too, as their two new cars have managed to touch a figure of 2,582 units only.
This implies, Tata Zest sales are most reduced when contrasted with that of its primary adversaries – Maruti DZire sales for the same period were at 19,663 units, Hyundai Xcent sales were at 4,871 units and that of Honda Amaze were at 3,699 units. Same is Bolt's story. Its rival Maruti Swift sales for same period remains at 17,195 units, Hyundai Grand i10 remains at 10,112 units, and Honda Brio (in spite of no diesel motor choice) remains at 873 units.


Elsewhere in the world, the two autos are presently at a bargain in Sri Lanka. To be sold through Sri Lanka based Diesel & Motor Engineering PLC (DIMO) outlets, Tata Zest is estimated at LKR 2,810,000 (Rs 13.49 lakhs) for the Revotron 1.2T petrol variation while the AMT diesel variation is valued from LKR 3,900,000 (Rs 18.72 lakhs). Tata Bolt minimized hatchback is evaluated from LKR 2,299,000 (Rs 11.04 lakhs) for the Revotron 1.2T variation
These two items are presented in Sri Lanka in an offer to extend its vicinity in worldwide markets. Tata Motors Zest and Bolt come in with section driving elements, agreeing to worldwide outline and principles and will right away engage first time and existing purchasers in the nation. Both Zest and jolt are planned by groups in India, UK and Italy and are the organization's initial two items under the HorizoNext technique.


Tata Bolt and Zest are offered in both petrol and diesel engine options, with Revotron 1.2T and 1.3 liter Quadrajet engines. Both car features three drive modes – Sport, Eco and City; which you can select on the fly. Only Zest is available with an AMT option, Bolt comes only with five speed manual gearbox.

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