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Buy a Tata vehicle and ‘Drive away a Millionaire’; Tata Motors celebrates 1 million sales

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Buy a Tata vehicle and ‘Drive away a Millionaire’; Tata Motors celebrates 1 million sales

Tata Motors, which crossed the one-million sales mark in October this year, has decided to make a millionaire out of one lucky customer. This celebratory offer is open to all customers who purchase the Tata Indica, Indigo, Indigo Marina, Sumo Victa or the Safari between December 5 and December 20, 2005. The buyers of these cars can get cash benefits of up to Rs 50,000 with every purchase.

In addition, all customers can participate in a ‘Drive away a Millionaire’ offer, in which they stand the chance to win up to Rs 10 lakh in cash. The offer is supported by dealerships across the country.

Tata Motors, India’s second largest passenger vehicle player in the domestic market, crossed the significant milestone of one-million sales mark (including exports) in October, 2005, since the first passenger car, the Tata Sierra, was rolled out in 1991.

Of the one million cars sold in the last 14 years, about 936,000 cars have been sold in India and over 64,000 abroad. Of them, over half a million were Indicas, over 300,000 Sumos, close to 100,000 Indigos and about 40,000 Safaris.

Starting with the Tata Sierra and the Tata Estate in 1991-92, the company launched Sumo in 1994, Indica and Tata Safari in 1998, the Tata Indigo in 2002. Indigo Marina was launched in 2004.


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