We offer specialist repairs on gearbox, DMF, CSC and all clutch related hydraulic systems and clutch replacement for your Tata. So whether you drive a:
- Nano (2008 – )
- Indica V2
- Indigo Marina
- Indigo XL (2007 – )
- Zest (2014 – )
- Safari (2005 – )
- Aria (2010 – )
- Spacio (2007 – 2008)
- Sumo (2008 – )
We can help get your car firing on all cylinders again.
In addition to our offering the best in clutch and gearbox reconditioning, repair and replacement, we also provide a full range of garage services for your Tata. These include, but are not limited to, battery inspection, general repairs, full servicing and we also hold full MOT capabilities.
So give our team a call, whatever your motoring need, and they will gladly help you and arrange for you to get back on the road. The full range of options is offered at each of our four branches – Birmingham, Cannock, Derby and Tipton – simply choose the branch closest to you for your convenience. We offer vehicle recovery if you require rescuing from the roadside, and we also offer a free courtesy car for you to use while we carry out the repairs to your vehicle. We appreciate how valuable your time is, and we want to make car repairs and maintenance as minimal a distraction as possible.
As an independent business, we are not tied to a particular manufacturer and also we are free to source the highest quality replacement parts for all of our jobs. The beauty of being independent is that we can offer the highest level of care and expertise, without charging main dealership prices. Our technicians are trained to be experts in their field, with many years experience on hand to identify the problems, diagnose the issues and implement the repair. We are a family owned business and are very proud of our 25 year heritage, and we are keen to keep our excellent reputation within the industry by continuing to provide A1 levels of service and care to our customers.
All of our work is covered by our comprehensive parts and labour warranty. Even better, all of our clutch kits are covered for 2 full years, an industry leading offer. This is part of the reason we get so many happy customer reviews.
Click on the links above to find your closest branch and get in touch today. We will have you back on the road, for less money, in no time!
Tata Motors, is an Indian multinational company headquartered in Mumbai, and is a subsidiary of the giant conglomerate Tata Group. Tata has many manufacturing plants in India as well as those in Argentina, South Africa, Thailand and the United Kingdom. Tata is the owner of the British brands Jaguar Land Rover, and currently responsible for output from those brands including the Range Rover.
As a standalone brand, not including owned brands that is, Tata only entered the market in 1991 – having being focused primarily on the commercial vehicle market up to that point. Only the Tata Safari was available to consumers until the Tata Indica became the first car they mass manufactured, beginning in 1998. The target market was almost primarily the Indian domestic market, and the Indica performed well.
In 2004 the Tata Motors brand floated on the New York Stock Exchange; however it still mainly focused on buses and commercials vehicles.
In 2008 Tata launched the World Truck Range, developed with Daewoo in South Korea. The range received a good reception in their target markets, mostly down to the price.
The Tata Nano was marketed as the World’s most affordable car when it launched in 2008 also – costing just $2,500 for a brand new car. Obviously this is a very basic car, and the resale value doesn’t bear thinking about, but it opens up the possibility of new car ownership to a sector of the market that had been excluded for over 100 years.
The 2008 acquisition of Jaguar Land Rover from the Ford Motor Corporation showed that Tata was serious about consumer automobiles, with this purchase giving the brand its first luxury models. The new models that have come from Jaguar in recent years such as the XF, XE, XJ and F-Type show that Tata is indeed a brand to be taken seriously.
Tata focuses on the development of electric cars now, with the acquisition of the Norwegian brand Miljøbil Grenland/Innovasjon in 2010 and provided 4 electric buses for use in the Delhi Commonwealth Games in 2010. They have since announced an electric version of the Indica for the domestic Indian market.
Currently Tata has limited involvement in motorsport; however this could be liable to change with any purchases of other brands that Tata makes.