The price of this car, which snatched the title of number 1 from Maruti, increased, the company increased the price by up to 19000

The price of this car, which snatched the title of number 1 from Maruti, increased, the company increased the price by up to 19000

Price protection is being given on vehicles that have been purchased before 31 August 2021. At the same time, no change has been seen in the price of the ex-showroom of Nexon EV.

Tiago New Variant

Earlier this month, Tata Motors had announced a 0.8 per cent hike in the prices of all its passenger vehicles. Now, the carmaker has announced a model-wise quantum hike. Notably, Tata Motors will offer price protection on vehicles billed/retailed on or before August 31, 2021. The Tata Altroz, which is offered with three engine options includes 1.2-litre petrol, 1.2-litre turbo petrol, and 1.5-litre diesel variants. The company has increased its price. The high-spec variants are now costlier by around Rs 3,500, while the base and mid-spec trims are costlier by around Rs 4,000 to Rs 9,500.

The Tiago hatchback is offered entirely with a 1.2-litre petrol engine in five trims – XE, XT(O), XT, XZ, and XZ Plus. The variants are now getting higher growth with the automatic version at a premium of Rs 2,000 to Rs 10,000. There has been no change in the ex-showroom prices of the Tiago Limited Edition and the NRG. All the manual variants of the Tigor compact sedan are costlier by Rs 5,000 while the prices of the automatic version have gone up by Rs 8,000.

Talking about the Harrier mid-size SUV, the prices of all automatic variants have been increased by Rs 19,500. All other manual and camo options get revision between Rs 10,000 and Rs 18,500. The Tata Nexon compact SUV has seen the biggest price hike, with select variants costing Rs 2,000 and others costing Rs 13,500.

The Tata Safari has been able to make an impressive mark in the three row SUV segment and has also recently crossed the 10,000-unit production milestone. However, with the new hike, the automatic version of Safari has gone up by Rs 19,500 while the manual version is costlier by Rs 17,500. It should be noted that the ex-showroom prices of the Nexon EV and all the recently launched Dark Edition models have remained unchanged.

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