Tata Motors’ commercial vehicles have been designed and engineered on the ‘Power of 6’ design philosophy, offering best-in-class driveability, total cost of operation, comfort and convenience and connectivity. The range comes with standard fitments that help in next generation digital solutions, increasing uptime and reducing total cost of ownership.
Tata Motors also offers a complete service package for its commercial vehicles. Under this, the company provides a variety of services related to breakdown assistance, insurance, accidental repair, extended warranty, and maintenance for its vehicles. Many of these services can be customized by the customer as per his wish.
Let us tell you that Tata Motors is offering offers up to Rs 45,000 on its cars this month. The company’s entry-level hatchback Tata Tiago is being offered benefits of up to Rs 20,000 this month. The company is offering an exchange bonus of Rs 10,000 on its XE, XM and XT variants, which does not include its CNG variants.
Under the consumer scheme, a discount of Rs 10,000 is being given on the Tata Tiago’s XZ and above variants. Apart from this, an exchange bonus of Rs 10,000 is also being given on this car. All these offers are not applicable on the CNG variant.
Tata Tigor, the compact sedan from Tata Motors, is also getting attractive offers in June 2022. The company is also giving benefits of up to Rs 20,000 on this car. The company is offering an exchange bonus of Rs 10,000 on its XE and XM variants, which does not include its CNG variants.
Talking about Tata Harrier’s 5-seater full-size SUV from Tata Motors, the company is giving total benefits of up to Rs 45,000 on this car. An exchange bonus of Rs 40,000 is being given on this car, while on the other hand the company is also offering a corporate discount of Rs 5,000 in addition to the exchange bonus.
40,000 is being offered on the Tata Safari 6 and 7-seater SUVs. This includes only the exchange discount. The three-row Tata Safari SUV comes with the same 2.0-litre diesel engine as the Tata Harrier, which churns out 170 Bhp.