Tata Motors launched Signa 5525.S, the country’s highest GCW prime mover (tractor) in 4×2-segment. Its 55-tonne GCW offers unique value proposition for customers to maximise profitability, said a press release.
The model is designed with Tata Motors’ Power of 6 philosophy empowering customers with the power of enhanced performance, lower total cost of ownership, higher comfort and convenience; thereby improving the revenue and reduction operating cost at the same time, added the release.
The Signa 5525.S 4×2 prime mover is powered by Cummins 6.7-litre engine with a power rating of 250hp and torque rating of 950Nm from 1,000-1,800rpm, ensuring fatigue-less driving and reduced turnaround time for more trips and higher revenue.
The drivetrain is designed with industry-proven G1150 9-speed gearbox, 430mm dia. organic clutch and heavy-duty RA110 rear axle with enhanced pulling power; designed for demanding terrain and multiple application requirements.
The Signa 5525.S is equipped with three distinct drive modes – Light, Medium and Heavy, coupled with Gear shift Advisor to ensure optimum power and torque selection, based on the load and terrain, and on-drive coaching for right gear selection ensuring high fuel efficiency and the lowest total cost of operations in its segment.
Speaking at the launch, Mr. RT Wasan, Vice-President, Product Line, M&HCV, Tata Motors, said, “With the introduction of the Signa 5525.S 4×2, Tata Motors continues its mission to be the pioneer in the Indian commercial vehicle industry with the widest range of products, offering its customers the best-in-class solutions to improve their overall profitability through both levers of higher revenue generation and operating cost reduction.”