General Motors on Wednesday launched the Bharat Stage IV emission norms compliant variant of its multi utility vehicle (MUV) Tavera, priced between Rs 7.51 lakh and Rs 10.34 lakh (ex showroom Delhi).
"With the help of this new Tavera we'll be able to now sell the vehicle in 13 cities where BS-IV norms are applicable. We hope that this vehicle will be leader in its segment," GM India President and Managing Director Lowell Paddock said.
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The company will source 2 litre BS-IV diesel engine from the Sonalika Group. The company has not been selling the MUV in 13 cities in the country where BS-IV norms are applicable.
GM India Vice President P Balendran said the company expects to sell 25 thousand units of Tavera in this year compared to about 21 thousand units in 2011.