Tata has recently introduced the Xenon diesel ute in Australia, where the model is now available for order from a starting price of 22,990 AUD driveaway.
Australians looking for a brand new pickup truck equipped with a diesel engine, which won’t rip off their bank accounts, now have the chance to order the Tata Xenon. According to the Indian based automaker, the model in question has been launched in the Pacific country, where its starting price has been set at 22,990 AUD. For the money, future owners of the Xenon will receive AC, power steering, USB, Bluetooth, armrests for the front seat passengers, follow-me-home headlights, puddle lamps, 16-inch alloy wheels and some other tweaks.
The optional features list is long and it includes the rearview camera for 745 AUD, the rearview camera with parking sensors for 999 AUD, the 7-inch Eclipse satellite navigation system, rearview camera, parking sensors, Bluetooth, live updates and smartphone connectivity for 2,430 AUD and much more. Features like the side curtain airbags or the ESC aren’t available for the moment and will be added from January. Power to the Tata Xenon is being provided by a 2.2 liter diesel engine VVT direct injected, which is good for 110 kW at 4,000 rpm and 320 Nm of torque available between 1,500 and 3,000 rpm.