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Semiconductor problem is decreasing gradually, Tata Motors gave big information

PB Balaji, Chief Finance Officer, Tata Motors said that the semiconductor crisis is slowly coming to an end and the situation is improving with each passing month.Tata Motors reported a net loss of Rs 4,951 crore in the June quarter.Semiconductor shortages and COVID-19 restrictions in China have affected sales of Tata’s Jaguar Land Rover.

Balaji said, “As far as the semiconductor shortage is concerned, we are seeing that the situation has started returning to normal.We are not planning to tackle any significant semiconductor-related challenges.”This is the situation in India.

Apart from this, if you are planning to buy a Tata car in August, then you may not get it in August, whether it is September or even October.In such a situation, on which vehicles of Tata, how much waiting period is going on, let us tell you.

3 to 10 weeks waiting on Altroz

There is a waiting period of 3 to 10 weeks i.e. maximum 70 days on Tata Altroz.This waiting period is applicable on both diesel and petrol models.The ex-showroom price of Altroz ​​ranges from Rs. 6.30 to Rs. 10.25 Lakh.It can be bought in both MT and DCT transmission.

3 to 5 weeks waiting on Harrier

There is a waiting period of 3 to 5 weeks i.e. maximum 35 days on Tata Harrier.This waiting period is applicable on all its trims.The ex-showroom price of Harrier ranges from Rs.14.69 to Rs.22.04 Lakh.It can be bought in all types of transmissions.

3 to 5 weeks waiting on safari

There is a waiting period of 3 to 5 weeks i.e. maximum 35 days on Tata Safari.This waiting period is applicable on all its trims.The ex-showroom price of Safari ranges from Rs 15.34 to Rs 23.5 lakh.It can be bought in all types of transmissions.

8 to 20 weeks of waiting on the Nexon

There is a waiting period of 8 to 20 weeks i.e. maximum 140 days on Tata Nexon.This waiting period is applicable on both diesel and petrol models.The ex-showroom price of Nexon ranges from Rs 7.59 to Rs 13.9 lakh.It can be bought in both MT and AMT transmission.

3 to 26 weeks waiting on punch

There is a waiting period of 3 to 26 weeks i.e. maximum 182 days on Tata’s Punch.This waiting period is available on Pure, Pure Info, Adventure, Creative variants.The ex-showroom price of Punch ranges from Rs 5.93 to Rs 9.49 lakh.It can be bought in both MT and AMT transmission.

3 to 20 weeks waiting on Tiago

There is a waiting period of 3 to 20 weeks i.e. maximum 140 days on Tata Tiago.This waiting period is applicable on all variants including XE, XM/XT, XZ+.The ex-showroom price of Tiago ranges from Rs 5.39 to Rs 7.81 lakh.It can be bought in both MT and AMT transmission.

6 to 12 weeks waiting on Tigor

Tata Tigor has a waiting period of 6 to 12 weeks i.e. maximum 84 days.This waiting period is applicable on CNG and petrol models.The ex-showroom price of the Tigor ranges from Rs 5.99 to Rs 8.58 lakh.It can be bought in both MT and AMT transmission.

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