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TATA plans to take off in UK fleet

INDIAN car company TATA plans to be a new force in UK fleets from next year with launches into the car and off-road market. Taking part in its third show, the firm was showing off two new models - the Safari off-roader and the Indica Focus rival.

Safari will be powered by a 88bhp turbodiesel or a 135bhp petrol engine when it comes to the UK in April. The Indica is TATA's first offering in the high volume B-segment. A 1.4-litre 94bhp petrol engine and a 1.4-litre 53bhp diesel will be available, built at a brand-new Indian factory. Early reports suggest specification could include ABS and air conditioning along with a three year/60,000 mile warranty.

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