Indian company produces pickups aimed largely at tradies and farmers. Melbourne-based Fusion Automotive imports Tata vehicles into Australia and distributes them through a network of dealers nationwide. The range is currently limited to the diesel-powered Xenon utility, which is available in two and four-wheel drive versions, in either cab-chassis or utility configurations, with a choice of single and dual cab body styles.
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