Tata Motors has silently introduced the SuperAce Mint facelift in the Indian market. The company has introduced the pick-up truck in some markets with pan India launch to happen later.
The SuperAce Mint was well accepted mainly due to a new CRDi engine and better fuel efficiency. With the facelift, the company has made the product more reliable and now has better fuel efficiency than the older model.
The facelift also gets a new grille, the new Tata 3D logo, bigger clutch, improved radiator, increased grade ability.
The SuperAce Mint facelift continues to be powered by a 1.4 Litre Dicor BS4 Engine which develops 52 kW (70 HP) @ 4000 r / min and max torque of 140 Nm @ 1800 – 3000 r / min. The pre-facelift model returned a Mileage of 17.9 km / l.
In terms of dimensions the SuperAce comes with the Longest load body – 2630 mm (8.6 feet) x 1460 x 300 (lxwxh) and vehicle length of 4340mm. The vehicle has a payload of 1000 kgs with Max GVWR of 2255 kgs.
It comes with factory fitted power steering & has a car like interiors for a comfortable driving experience. It is also available with an AC cabin. SuperAce Mint has a best in class warranty of 2 years/ 1 lakh kilometers.
The long load body and contemporary design make it a warehouse-on-wheels, perfect for captive applications. It is the most suitable option for inter-city transportation, voluminous goods, and applications where turnaround time is of utmost importance.