Tata Motors has announced a price hike across their range of car models in India. It has issued a statement saying that the average increase in the prices of its models will be 0.6 per cent, however, the price change for its vehicles will differ depending on the model and variant. Increased input costs coupled with regulatory changes prompted the country's leading auto manufacturer to announce a price hike across their range of cars. The new prices will come into effect from May 1 this year. This came after the company revised prices of the commercial vehicles by up to 5 percent, owing to its transition to the stricter BS6 Phase II or RDE norms that have been applicable since April 1, 2023.
The price hike is likely to be observed across the Tata Safari, the Harrier, the Punch, the Nexon, the Tiago, and the Tigor. The models have been updated by the company to adhere to the stringent emission norms. Besides, the cars are also E20-fuel-ready for the customers.
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2023 Tata Nexon Facelift: Feature Updates
The 2023 Tata Nexon facelift is expected to go on sale in India in August this year. The new SUV model, on the feature front, could come with a new 10.25-inch touchscreen infotainment system, similar to the updated Harrier and the Safari. Other potential features include a larger sunroof, a 360-degree camera, cooled seats, and an ADAS package.
Tata Tiago, Tigor: Features
Tata Motors has also updated the Tiago and the Tigor with new features. Both the Tiago and the Tigor are now available with a tyre pressure monitoring system (TPMS) and improved interiors. This is done to ensure compliance with emission rules and to offer these models with better drivability, improved ride quality, and cutting-edge safety.
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Tata Motors Price Hike in February 2023
Earlier, the automaker upped the prices of its entire ICE passenger vehicle lineup by up to Rs 25,000 in February 2023. The brand increased the prices of the Tiago, the Tigor, the Safari, the Nexon, and more. Even the prices of its CNG-powered cars received the heat. According to Tata Motors, the weighted average increase in the prices of its models is 1.2 per cent, depending on the model and trim. Rising input costs and regulatory changes were the reasons to pass on some portions of the costs to its customers.
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