Worldwide, due to chip shortage, the production of vehicles has been affected but now the situation has gradually improved but it is still not able to reach normalcy. In such a situation, Indian automakers have to take such steps which are not liked by many customers, in such a situation Tata Motors has also joined such companies. The company is now delivering the vehicle with a remote key.
Two manual keys are being given in the base model, which does not have the feature of keyless entry, but the higher variants in which this feature has been given, one remote key and one manual key or only one remote key is being given. Only the top variants of Altroz, XZ and XZ+, are being offered with the option of keyless entry with a wrist band. The same will be given in the special edition of all the four models.
While the Harrier has been made available in Dark and Kaziranga editions, the Safari is being made available in two additional Adventure Persona and Gold editions. At the same time, the punch has been made available in Kaziranga Edition and Gold Edition. Although the company’s sales have not been affected by this and have seen a great growth in sales, it may get better in the coming months.
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The Nexon has been at number one in Tata Motors’ February sales and is followed by the company’s impressive model punch, it has been at number two. This is followed by Altroz, Tiago, Tigor, Harrier and Safari in the last place, the company has registered a growth of 47 percent in sales, while there has been a decrease of 11 percent in sales compared to the month of January 2022.
Tata Nexon has been at the first place in the company’s sales for a long time. In the month of February also, it stood first with sales of 12,259 units, which is 55 percent higher than last February’s 7929 units. On the other hand, 13,816 units were sold in the month of January, compared to the sales of Nexon, a decrease of 11 percent has been registered.
After this, there has been the punch of Tata Motors, its sales have been great in the last month as well. In the month of February, 9592 units of this small SUV have been sold, in the month of January 10,027 units of this SUV were sold. Its sales have registered a decrease of 4 percent. The company has been able to deal with the chip problem well this month, due to which sales have been better.
After this, the company’s premium hatchback Altroz has been in third place, which has sold 5011 units in the month of February. The sales of Altroz have registered a decline of 27 percent over the last year, with 6832 units sold last year. Its January month 4525 units were sold and compared to this, an increase of 11 percent has been registered.
Tata Motors has also been affected due to chip shortage but currently only one key is being provided with the vehicles to execute the deliveries of the vehicles. The two keys may be given again in the coming months if the situation improves.