Automobile major Tata Motors on Tuesday made its maiden entry in the Bangladesh new car market, introducing two sedans and a hatchback.
They are the Tata Indigo eCS, India's most fuel-efficient compact sedan, the Tata Indigo Manza, a luxury sedan, and the Tata Indica Vista hatchback, with class defining space.
The Manza and the Vista are born out of Tata Motors' new car platform.
Speaking on the introduction of the passenger cars in Bangladesh, Karl Slym, Managing Director, Tata Motors, said, "We are happy and honoured to enter Bangladesh with our passenger cars. Our 40-year association with Bangladesh has given us an insight into the aspiration of the country's motorists.
"They will be central to our business - we will delight them with the performance of our cars and the comfort and excellence of our service, and establish ourselves as we have in commercial vehicles since 1972."
Johnny Oommen, Head, International Business, Passenger Cars, said, "Bangladesh's customers for new cars demonstrate high discernment. They will see that reflected in our cars. Our service will be easy-to-reach and prompt."