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Business Tata Signa 5525.S Truck Launched

Business The Tata Signa 5525.S gets three driving modes, a gear shift advisor and a crash tested cabin
Tata Motors, one of the leading commercial vehicle manufacturer in the country, has launched its flagship Signa 5525.S prime mover for heavy duty haulage application. At 55 tonne, the truck has the highest Gross Combination Weight (GCW) rating for a 4×2 prime mover in India. The heavy-duty commercial vehicle is available in multiple configurations.
Tata Signa 5525.S specifications
The Singa 5525.S is powered by a Cummins 6.7-liter diesel engine which is tuned to deliver 250 hp and 950 Nm of torque. The peak torque is available across a wide band of 1,000 to 1,800 rpm. Claimed to be the world’s largest selling Euro6 commercial vehicle engine, it is mated to G1150 9-speed transmission. Completing the heavy duty drivetrain is a 430 mm dia organic clutch and a RA110 rear axle.
The truck’s powertrain features three driving modes namely light, medium and heavy. It is also equipped with gear shift advisor to assure optimum power and torque output based on terrain and load conditions. The Signa 5525.S is claimed to offer lowest total cost of operation in its segment. The prime mover will with factory fitted fleet management system called Fleet Edge which is claimed to increase the productivity of the fleet and improve customer’s profitability.

Equipment and configurations
The Tata Signa 5525.S tractor can be opted with different GCW configurations such as 51T, 52T, 53T, 54T and 55T varying trailer combinations. The Signa range is claimed to be the nation’s highest selling medium and heavy commercial vehicle cabins. It comes equipped with a spacious sleeper birth, three-way adjustable driver seat, ample space for storage and a tilt & telescopic steering wheel.
The cabin also benefits from a powerful air conditioning system with ambient air temperature sensor to ensure optimal comfort. The suspended cabin configuration makes for lower NVH levels.

Safety features of the Tata Signa 5525.S includes a crash tested cabin, a sturdy three-piece bumper, generous greenhouse, rear view mirror with integrated blind-spot mirror, high seating position, engine braking and iCGT braking systems.
Other benefits
The Tata Signa range of medium and heavy commercial vehicles are offered with nationwide service warranty in addition to a standard 6 year/6 lakh km warranty. The company also offers various schemes to ensure driver welfare, up-time guarantee, on-site service. Personalized annual maintenance and fleet management solutions top off the ownership experience.

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