Pos Malaysia has took delivery of 553 units of the Tata Xenon pick-up truck. The postal service provider will use the new fleet in its courier, express and parcel delivery business – Poslaju.

The Tata Xenon Single Cab 4X2 is powered by a 2.2 litre commonrail turbodiesel engine with 140 PS and 320 Nm of torque from 1,700 to 2,700 rpm. The special customised box body is equipped with a reverse camera and access from the rear as well as both sides of load body to meet Pos Malaysia’s requirements.


This deal happened in November 2015, when Pos Malaysia decided to lease the pick-ups through DRB-Hicom EZ-Drive leasing facilities. The lease period is for 36 months, with an option to renew for another 24 months.

Tata Motors commercial vehicles are distributed by DRB-Hicom Commercial Vehicles in Malaysia, and Pos Malaysia is also in DRB-Hicom’s stable of companies. Familiar face above? Formerly Proton’s CEO, Datuk Abdul Harith Abdullah is now the COO of automotive distribution and defence at DRB-Hicom.

GALLERY: Tata Xenon pick-up truck