The entry level hatchback Tata Tiago from Tata Motors is being offered with discounts of up to Rs 28,000. The hatchback is available in four trims which include XE, XM, XT and XZ and also CNG variants. While there is no discount on the CNG variant, there is a discount of up to Rs 18,000 on the XE, XM and XT variants. Benefits up to Rs 28,000 are being offered on the XZ and above trims.
The Tata Tigor, a compact sedan based on the Tata Tiago, is being offered with discounts and benefits of up to Rs 33,000 including the XZ and above variants. There is no discount on the CNG variants, while discounts of up to Rs 23,000 can be availed on the lower variants XE, XM and XT.
The premium Tata Altroz hatchback from Tata Motors is a popular product in the country. Up to Rs 10,000 off is being given on the diesel variants of Altroz. On the other hand, discounts and benefits of up to Rs 8,000 are being given on the petrol variants.
Customers can avail an exchange discount of Rs.40,000 on the purchase of Tata’s compact SUV, the Tata Harrier. Apart from this, the company is not offering any other offer on this SUV.
The company is also offering an exchange bonus of Rs 40,000 on the Tata Safari that was launched last year. Let us tell you that Tata Motors is not offering any offers on cars like Nexon, Punch and Nexon EV this month.
Talking about Tata Motors’ passenger vehicle sales, the total domestic passenger vehicle sales grew by 87 percent to 45,197 units in June 2022 as compared to 24,110 units sold in June 2021. Petrol and diesel car sales grew by 78 percent to 41,690 units, while electric car sales grew by 433 percent to 3,507 units in June 2022 as compared to June 2021.
Electric vehicle sales hit new highs with 9,283 sales in the first quarter of FY2023 and recorded the highest ever monthly sales of 3,507 units in June 2022. The Nexon EV Max, which was launched in May 2022, has seen tremendous demand.
Tata Motors has increased the prices of its commercial vehicles from today i.e. July 1. The company has increased the prices of commercial vehicles by 1.5-2.5 percent. Tata Motors said that the continuous increase in raw material prices has made production costlier, due to which the decision has been taken to increase the price.