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Tata breaks customers’ hearts; Nexon, Safari, Punch… have increased the prices of all


After the end of the festive season, now the car companies are gradually increasing the prices. After Jeep, now Tata Motors has also announced to increase the prices of its cars. Domestic carmaker Tata Motors has informed about a 0.9 percent increase in the ex-showroom price of some of its select models. According to the company, the new prices have been implemented from November 7, 2022.

Which cars got more expensive?

According to the information, Tata Motors has increased the prices of Safari, Harrier, Nexon, Altroz, Tigor, Tiago and Punch. The biggest increase has been in the price of Tata Harrier. Now customers will have to spend Rs 30,000 more to buy the Harrier SUV. Talking about Safari, it has now become costlier by Rs 20,000.

Talking about Tata’s best-selling Nexon SUV, now this SUV will cost Rs 18,000 heavy on the pockets of the customers. Tata has increased the prices of Altroz ​​premium hatchback and Tigor compact sedan by Rs 10,000. At the same time, the company’s cheapest car Tiago has now become expensive by Rs 8,000.




Tata’s sub-compact SUV has gone up to the punch. Now customers buying Tata’s punch SUV will have to spend Rs 7,000 more. On the other hand, talking about electric cars, the company has not made any change in their price. The prices of Tata Nexon EV, Tigor EV and Tiago EV remain the same.

Tata Motors has registered excellent sales of its vehicles in October. The company has sold a total of 45,423 units of passenger vehicles in the market in October 2022, which is 33 percent more than the previous year. In the domestic market alone, the company has sold 45,217 units. Tata Motors sold 47,654 units of vehicles in September 2022, a decline of 5 per cent in October.

There has also been a tremendous increase in the sales of electric vehicles of Tata Motors. The company recorded sales of 4,277 units of electric vehicles last month, which is 158 percent higher than 1,660 units sold in the same period last year.

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