Tata Motors launched the Tata Super Ace in 2015. It was manufactured to fill the demand for an affordable mini-truck that will increase the revenue of business owners through its unmatched performance, guaranteed comfort, rugged style, superior ride, reliable handling, and less maintenance cost.
Since its release, the Tata Super Ace gained massive followers all around the world. With this, the forward-thinking Indian company introduced other well-equipped versions such as the Tata Super Ace- Euro V Left Hand Drive at the 11th Auto Expo in India in 2012.
Tata Motors joined the Philippine car market through a successful brand launch at the 10th Manila International Auto Show. In the prestigious event, they featured their impressive line up which consists of reliable people carriers and other commercial vehicles specifically made for budding and established local entrepreneurs looking for a cost-effective investment.
The main chassis of Tata Super Ace measures 4,340mm long, 1,565mm wide, 1,864mm tall with a maximum gross vehicle weight of 2,260 kilograms and a payload of 1,000 kilograms. Just like its sibling the Tata Ace, it flaunts a wide front screen that offers an unobstructed view of the road. It is matched with a pair of trapezoidal headlamps and grille with horizontal slats. Below, a sturdy front bumper with air dams adds to its always ready-to-work aura.
Its durable body though entirely based on the Tata Ace is upgraded with nicer details such as more defined wheel arches, body decals, and a lengthened loading bay.
The Tata Super Ace has a subtle cabin furnished with the right amount of driving necessities. It features a broad and all-black dashboard, a readable instrument cluster, a three-spoke tilt and telescopic steering wheel, and cup holders located in the center tunnel.
Technology & Safety Features
The Tata Super Ace is fitted with a 1-DIN audio system for entertainment. In terms of safety, it is built with a collapsible steering column, a wider outside rear-view mirror for enhanced visibility, load-conscious reducing valve, and side-impact beams.
Platform & Chassis
The Tata Super Ace utilized a semi-monocoque structure with multiple crumple zones. It is fitted with an independent, strut-type suspension at the front, and a semi-elliptic leaf spring at the rear. Its braking power is assisted by disc brakes at the front and drum-type rear brakes.
Engine & Drivetrain
The Tata Super Ace is a rear-wheel-drive vehicle powered by a 1.4-liter four-cylinder engine. It is mated with a five-speed manual transmission and is guaranteed to emit 70 horsepower with 135 Newton meters.