TATA Truck Manuals PDF & Wiring Diagrams

History of Tata Trucks

  The Indian concern TATA, which is engaged in the production of cars, was formed in 1868. The head office of the automaker, which manufactures a wide range of commercial vehicles, trucks and cars, is located in Bombay. The Indian automaker TATA produces a wide range of models of cars and commercial vehicles, truck chassis, as well as buses for the transport of passengers in domestic and intercity traffic.


An extensive range of equipment that TATA presents to the consumer makes it possible to use it for a variety of purposes and needs, for a variety of types of transportation. TATA, using the technical assistance of DaimlerChrysler employees, manufactures a fairly large line of trucks. Their carrying capacity varies from one to forty tons.


In 2000, the Indian automobile company TATA began to supply its products (pickup trucks and light trucks) to European countries.

On the European market, the Indian company TATA supplies mainly 1-ton pickup trucks with a wheel arrangement of 4x2 and 4x4 and a gross weight of 2.8 to 3 tons. These cars are equipped with a modernized 4-cylinder engine with a volume of 2 liters with direct injection and turbocharging and a capacity of 90 horsepower. Transmission - 5-speed, mechanical. The car has front disc brakes and independent suspension, as well as power steering. The machine can be equipped with cabins of several types - at the choice of the buyer.


The TATA truck line includes 3-ton semi-hooded trucks of the SFC407 series, cabover trucks of the LPT407 series. There are also 5-ton modifications SFC709 and LPT709 and a new 3.5-ton cabover truck LPT613. All this equipment is equipped with 4-6-cylinder diesel power units with a capacity of 71, 90 and 130 horsepower. They are equipped with mechanical gearboxes, have spring suspension and hydropneumatic brakes. TATA also manufactures LPT1615TC cabover 6-ton trucks, as well as a chassis with a cab, which are equipped with a 5.9-liter diesel engine (137 horsepower) and have a 5-speed manual gearbox.



In addition to trucks, TATA has launched the production of utility vehicles and station wagons. Buses produced by TATA can have passenger capacity from 12 to 80 people. Indian automakers have assembled more than 200,000 TATA cars and about 40,000 Sumo and Safari SUVs. Passenger cars are exported to Italy, Spain, Portugal and the UK.