Discussion in 'Indian Automotive Scene' started by singh-a-lion, Jul 10, 2011.
although i am tongue tied..all i want to ask is...tata is in a JV with which firm for this project?
id love to see something like this
dey r making on der own,,
finally, dey have sumthing gud to do after buying jaguar and rover unit
Bhaji this is not new series,
Its available from last 3-4 yrs, they had to step up as they are competing against volvos.
Fyi, Tata acquired bankrupt daewoo motors long ago which carried these designs, and now powred by TATA
Yeah I've seen these when I was in India 3 years ago for a visit. but havnt seen the cement/oil tankers as first one
Rahul north india ch cement industry mainly himachal hai , these longer base trucks are not useful in hilly areas like himachal and these are not even used for oil tankers as regular tata trucks are much cheaper than these to be used for oil tanker etc,
Basically these new generation trucks are mostly used for high value transports mainly chemicals or heavy metals etc
hmm eh ta punjab ch hega hi ki aa hun . siwaye badal warge bhukkheya de.
Ehna kamineya karke hi kade punjab da Vikas nahi ho sakeya
bai punjab ch aje v bahut kuch hai avein badals ne 200 volvo pa rakhe, utton jinniyan AC buses de permit aye ne punjab ch 60%+ unna de kol hi ne
bhaji hor ta hor mai dassda
australia ch wilson parking and wilson security saari badal di hai.
wilson parking city ch ek di keemat kuch billion dollar honi aa. ohnu pucho ohde kol inne paise kitho aye.
Dharam de naam te kehnda Anandpur Sahib te paise laaye 300 Crore othe ta 30 crore vi pure laye hunde ta gal si. Sare kha gaya . eda de lok sirf apna hi sochde.
its bad man
its just not feasible for these trucks to be sold here in large numbers, because they'll be too expensive and not favorable to the conditions, maybe in a few decades time, when our road infrastructure is better and people stop over loading trucks by its capacity by about ten times...maybe we'll see them on the road..! the only thing that tata seems to have contracted after buying JLR is their debt, other than that, they're still the truck manufacturers we know n love
haha first thing they do is when they get a truck : Remove shockers
actually most of ordinary trucks have leaf springs , after building truck body first thing is to increase the number of leaf spring. punjabi ch kehnde patte,
when these leaf springs gets flattened out due to excessive loading , they are again hammered to same shape as when these were installed new.
Give Narendra Modi next 5 years, He will make Gujarat like Singapore ... !!!!!
Give Parkash Singh Badal Next 5 years, He & his family will buy Singapore ... !!!
ohna nu appa Kommannia kehnde aa na punjabi ch Leaf springs.
i think rahul was referring to the dampers, which they do remove because they can't withstand the excessive overloading, modern trucks have coil overs, the only reason why we still use leaf springs is because they r cheap, robust, and easily repairable...people abroad or in more developed nations tend to place driver comfort and vehicle dynamics over cost, but in india our truck drivers are excuses for drivers and don't deserve any comfort , you can experience this difference first hand, drive a gypsy king, and you'll praise the guy whose fitted coil overs in your car..!
ahhaha true that bro
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