As the BS VI deadline comes closer, the automakers such as Tata Motors are looking to get rid of their unsold BS IV cars to get rid of the high inventory holding costs. If you are a customer in the market looking to buy a Tata car, this is surely the best time of the year to get your hands on your favourite Tata car. Tata Motors is offering some great discounts on its range of products such as Hexa, Zest, Bolt, Tigor, Tiago, Safari Storme, Nexon and Harrier. Here we list down all the current discounts to help you better in your purchase.
For your convenience, the cars are listed in decreasing order of the discounts available on them.
Probably one of the most underrated cars in the Tata family, the MPV failed to fire in the sales charts. It is a well-engineered product that replaced the Aria. The Hexa is powered by a 2.2 litre 4-cylinder diesel engine that is available in two configurations: 150 hp/320 Nm or 156 hp/400 Nm. Despite the low sales volume, Tata has decided not to discontinue the flagship model. Once the Gravitas is launched, the story might be different. Tata also showcased the Hexa Safari concept at the Auto Expo, making it clear that the BS VI compliant model will be available soon.
Tata is offering cash benefits up to Rs. 1.5 lakh and additional exchange benefits up to Rs 50,000 on the BS IV Hexa.
Tata displayed the new BS VI Harrier at the Auto Expo. It now gets some additional features as well as an option of automatic transmission. The BS IV Harrier is powered by a 2.0 litre diesel engine that produces 140 bhp and 350 Nm torque. The BS VI model gets a more powerful engine that produces 170 bhp with the same peak torque as the BS IV engine.
Tata is offering cash benefits up to Rs. 1.3 lakh on the BS IV Harrier.
The Tata Zest was the beginning of products based on new platforms and architecture. Though the Zest offered more than its rivals, it could not draw much attention from the customers. It could not reach the success enjoyed by the Indigo CS. The Zest is offered in multiple engine options: a 1.2 litre petrol engine that produces 75 PS and 190 Nm and a 1.3 litre diesel engine that produces 90 PS and 200 Nm. Tata has no plans to lease a new life to the Zest, citing poor demand and high upgradation costs.
Tata is offering cash benefits up to Rs. 90,000 on the Zest.
Tata Bolt is the hatchback sibling of the Zest compact sedan. It performed even poorly as compared to Zest. A successor of the Indica Vista, the car lacked the features its competitors had in a strongly contested segment. Tata provided the Bolt with the same engine as the Zest. Tata has no plans to lease a new life to the Bolt, citing poor demand and high upgradation costs. Some unsold models are still available with the dealers.
Tata is offering cash benefits up to Rs. 80,000 on the Bolt.
Tata Motors recently launched the BS VI complaint Tata Tigor along with Nexon and Tiago. The new models of Tiago and Tigor don’t get diesel engines due to low demand. As a result, some dealers are yet to clear the unsold stocks of BS IV diesel Tigor.
The BS IV Tigor is available in two engine options:
A 1.2 litre 3-cylinder petrol engine that produces 85 hp and a 1.05 litre 3-cylinder diesel engine that produces 70 hp.
Tata is offering cash benefits up to Rs. 70,000 on the BS IV Tigor diesel and up to Rs. 60,000 on the BS IV Tigor petrol.
One of the most liked compact SUVs in India, the Nexon recently got its new BS VI avatar. With some new design changes, the Nexon retains both the petrol and diesel engines. The Nexon consistently sells 4500-5000 units a month and with the BS VI model launched before the deadline, we expect the momentum going on for the Nexon.
Tata is offering cash benefits up to Rs. 55,000 on the Nexon.
TATA SAFARI STORME
The Safari had a great cult following in India. The Storme was a more powerful iteration of the DICOR, which was phased last year. The Safari Storme was introduced around 5 years back and didn’t receive any facelift. Tata was busy working on new platforms and products and the Storme remain neglected. It doesn’t make sense to update the Safari to BS VI. It was surely one of the most powerful yet affordable SUVs with a huge road presence. The Safari is powered by a 2.2 litre Varicor 400 diesel engine that is available on two states of tune: 150 PS/320 Nm and 156 PS/400 Nm. All enthusiasts out there go and grab the last few units of this powerful machine.
Tata is offering cash benefits up to Rs. 55,000 on the Safari Storme.
The Tiago hatchback has undoubtedly been the driving force behind all the Tata vehicles. It has been launched in its BS VI avatar with the same 1.2 litre 3-cylinder petrol engine. The diesel has been discontinued due to low demand. Along with meeting the emission norms, the Tiago now gets new styling and colour shades. Unsold inventories of the BS IV models are available at dealerships across India.
Tata is offering cash benefits up to Rs. 50,000 on the BS IV Tiago diesel and up to Rs. 45,000 on the BS IV Tigor petrol.
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