Tata Motors now offers 3 years of free maintenance on Tiago, Tigor, Nexon & Hexa

Tata Tiago, Tigor, Nexon and Hexa get 3 years/40,000 Kms FREE maintenance package

If you buy a Tata Tiago, Tigor, Nexon or Hexa this monsoon, you will not have to pay a single rupee towards maintenance charges for the first 3 years/40,000 Kms of ownership. This is the latest offer that Tata Motors has rolled out across the Tiago, Tigor, Hexa and Nexon range sold in India during this monsoon. This package also offers free roadside assistance and warranty for 3 years. The warranty can be further extended at a charge by 2 more years, taking the total warranty coverage to 5 years or 100,000 Kms. These new offers are in addition to the hefty discounts that Tata dealers are offering on the Tiago. Tigor, Nexon, Hexa, Bolt and Zest car models. Discounts of up to Rs. 1.07 lakhs are on offer for specific cars. It’s a great time to go car shopping.

 

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The Tata Tiago and Nexon are the automaker’s best selling cars. The Tiago consistently clocks over 5,000 units each month, and is available in a range of variants. Tata Motors recently updated the high performance Tiago JTP and Tigor JTP with more features, and a facelifted version of the regular Tiago is in the works. The Nexon is another top-seller for the brand, and clocks an average of 4,000 units each month. Early next year, the Nexon is likely to get a major facelift, and the SUV with many changes has already begun testing on Indian roads. Tata’s latest launch – the Harrier – is now doing about 1,500 units and for this festive season, the automaker has lined up a big volume car – the Altroz premium hatchback. Tata Motors also plans to close 2019 with another SUV launch – Cassini – which is essentially the 7 seat version of the Harrier with a more powerful engine and revised styling.

Meanwhile, these offers are meant to boost car sales, which have hit a low in the past one year. Like most other automakers, Tata Motors has also been hit quite hard by the sales slowdown. The automaker has cut production multiple times at its Pimpri factory, which manufactures cars. These production shutdowns are meant to reduce inventory levels at the factory stockyard. Tata Motors, like most other automakers, will be hoping that sales see a bump up during the festive season, which has just kicked off in India. Many states have now received more rainfall than anticipated, making the monsoons quite good. This could translate into higher car purchases as a good monsoon means a strong rural economy.