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Tata discontinues 3 variants of Nexon and Tiago, the company took the decision because of this

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Tata Nexon XZ And Tiago XZA Discontinued In India:
Tata Motors is doing very well in the Indian car market and in the SUV segment, this domestic company is spreading the flames through Tata Nexon and Punch. Tata Motors has also increased the prices of cars on several occasions this year. Now news is coming that Tata Motors has discontinued another popular hatchback Tiago of its best selling car Tata Nexon SUV in 2 variants. Know the reasons behind why Tata Motors is discontinuing the sale of some variants of these popular cars in their respective segments.

Which variants will not be sold?
Tata Motors has decided to stop selling the Tata Nexon XZ variant as well as the XZ and XZA variants of the Tiago hatchback at the beginning of July. The company has decided to discontinue it due to low sales of these variants. Let us tell you that recently Tata Motors has introduced the new XM (S) variant of Nexon, which gets features like sunroof as well as rain sensing wipers and automatic headlights. You would be surprised to know that the XM(S) costs Rs 50,000 less than the XZ variant and also comes with a sunroof. Therefore, the company has discontinued the XZ variant.

Tata Tiago

Prices of Nexon and Tiago
Let us tell you that Tata Nexon has been introduced in more than 60 variants and color options of trim levels like XE, XM, XZ, XZ+ and XZ+(O) as well as Dark Edition, with prices ranging from Rs 7.55 lakh to Rs 13.90 lakh. (Ex-showroom) up to Rs. Nexon has been India’s best selling SUV for 6 consecutive months. At the same time, the Tata Tiago hatchback has been offered in more than 15 variants of XE, XM, XT(O), XT, XZ, and XZ+ trim levels and their prices range from Rs 5.38 lakh to Rs 7.80 lakh (ex-showroom).

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