Tata Motors, one of India’s largest car manufacturer has announced its BS6 compliant range in the Indian market. The car manufacturer has also announced that they will now start accepting the bookings for the cars like Tata Tiago, Tata Tigor and Tata Nexon. These are the first BS6 compliant vehicles from Tata Motors in India. It should be noted that the manufacturer will soon launch the Tata Altroz, which will offer BS6 compliant petrol and diesel engine options.
Tata Motors is now officially accepting the bookings for the three cars on payment of Rs 11,000. The bookings can be done online or by visiting any nearby authorised dealership of Tata Motors. It should be noted that with the BS6 range of models, Tata has updated the looks of all the three cars.
Commenting on this occasion, Mr. Mayank Pareek, President, Passenger Vehicles Business Unit, Tata Motors, said,
“Tata Motors has been vigorously working towards a seamless transition to BS-VI. We are delighted to have reached this milestone and are elated to be the first in the business to announce the introduction of an entire range of BS-VI products at once. This newly designed and refreshed range is in alignment with sustainability guidelines while still delivering segment leading performance. We hope that our new range will contribute towards a cleaner and greener India while providing innovative transport solutions to customers and industry alike.”
Tata has officially released the details of the facelifted version of the Nexon, Tiago and the Tigor. All the three cars will be launched this month and the deliveries are expected to start by the end of this month or in February. Tata will announce the prices of all three BS6 models on 22nd January alongside the launch of the all-new Tata Altroz, which has received a five star safety rating by Global NCAP.
Tata has released the updates of all the three cars. The Tata Tiago, which is currently the entry-level model from the brand will offer a new front-end with new Altroz-inspired design. It gets a new bumper, new headlamps and a new Horizonext inspired grille. The overall shape of the vehicle remains identical to the current version. The Tiago will not offer only the 1.2-litre petrol engine option as Tata will stop offering the diesel engine option with the car. It will be available with manual and AMT automatic transmission options.
The Tata Tigor, which is the sedan version of the Tiago will get similar updates. However, the Tigor will get a sharper headlamp set-up with LED DRLs integrated to the foglamps. It looks more premium than the Tiago.
The facelifted Tata Nexon looks mature with a new grille, headlamps and bumper. The Nexon looks much muscular and eye-catchy. It will offer both petrol and diesel engine options in BS6 emission standard.