Tata Motors cars and other passenger vehicles to cost more in India

Main Image
  • Like
  • Comment
  • Share

Tata Motors has increased the price of its passenger car portfolio in India. The rising cost of input material has led the indigenous maker to raise the price of both electric vehicles and ICE-engine cars. This is the second time in 2022 that the manufacturer has hiked the price of its vehicles in the country.

Previously, Maruti Suzuki had also announced to implement the price incrementation on the cars for the Indian market citing the same reason. Nevertheless, let’s get into the details new Tata Motors pricing.

Tata Motor Cars Price Hiked

To tackle the rising problem of input cost, Tata Motors has hiked the prices of its cars and other passenger vehicle models by at least 1.1%. The new pricing scheme is applicable from April 23. But to give relief to the customers who have booked their Tata vehicles earlier to April 23, old prices will be charged to them.

Upcoming Tata Curvv

ALSO READ: The best CNG cars to buy in India in 2022

Earlier, the company had implemented an increase in prices of passenger cars back in January this year with a hike of 0.9 per cent. But Tata Motors had also decreased the prices of specific models by up to Rs 10,000. For commercial vehicles, Tata Motors had previously increased the prices by 2 to 2.5 per cent which was implemented across the country from April 1.

nexon-tata
Tata Nexon

 ALSO READ: Mahindra will launch three new concept electric SUVs in July; Design revealed

In another news, the company is gearing to host a launch event on April 29 and it is anticipated to be the arrival of the Nexon EV long-range variant.

While the details about the upcoming Nexon EV are not yet revealed, the electric car has been spotted on Indian roads for testing. Though the long-range variant of Nexon EV is said to pack a 40kW battery to offer up to 400km of distance range on a single charge. It could be priced between Rs 16 lakh to Rs 20 lakh. The current Nexon EV is selling from Rs 14.54 lakh onwards.

Sachin Deo VermaSachin Deo Verma
Sachin covers technology news at Smartprix and he also has a keen interest in automobile and electric vehicles. He keenly gains knowledge from various sources to be updated with the latest tech trends. He is also a passionate Potterhead who dabbles in literature, and poetry, and loves to travel.

Related Articles

ImageExclusive: Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 6 Full Specs Revealed Weeks Before Paris Unpacked

Next month, Samsung is set to host its second Unpacked event of the year, this time in Paris, France. At this upcoming event, Samsung will make several big announcements. While the Galaxy Ring will be the showstopper, we are all waiting for details regarding the Galaxy Z Fold6. Earlier this year, we shared the very …

ImageTata Motors to bring 10 new EVs by 2026 including different models of Altroz and Punch electric cars

Tata Motors is planning to dominate more than ever in the electric vehicle segment of India. The indigenous automobile company has around 10 new electric cars in its pipeline that are planned to be launched by 2026 in the country. As of now, Tata Motors is leading the way in the country holding the majority …

ImageTata Motors rides on EV success to surpass Hyundai to become second-largest automaker in India

Tata Motors has registered a record sales number in the year 2021 and has achieved the second position in the list beating Hyundai. The indigenous car maker has sold 3.31 lakh units of Tata cars in the previous year of 2021 which is the highest ever in number for the company.  What do figures tell …

ImageTop 10 CNG Cars: Affordable Options Under Rs 20 Lakh in India

As the consumption of CNG vehicles is increasing day by day in India, many automakers are coming forward to address this rising trend of CNG vehicles offering factory-fitted CNG kits in all segments. Starting from small cars to big cars, large number of options are available for the buyers who want to save money and …

ImageHow to Obtain Your Heavy Motor Vehicle License in India – Eligibility, Documents, and Steps

Navigating the roads of India behind the wheel of a heavy motor vehicle (HMV) demands more than just skill—it requires adherence to stringent legal requirements and a commitment to road safety. Getting a heavy motor vehicle license is a pivotal step for individuals aspiring to drive commercial vehicles in India. In this guide, we will …

Discuss

Be the first to leave a comment.