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Amid the slowdown the car industry is facing in recent times, the makers are leaving no stone unturned to keep their sales momentum going in the market. Right from discounts to various other measures, the makers are trying hard to get customers to buy their products. Indian car maker Tata Motors is also running various offers on its models in the market. In the latest series of offers, the company has announced that the customers of a new Tata Tiago, Tata Tigor, Tata Nexon or Tata Hexa this monsoon will not have to pay a single rupee towards maintenance charges for the first 3 years/40,000 Kms of ownership.
The offer is valid for the entire range of Tiago, Tigor, Hexa and Nexon models sold in the Indian market this monsoon season. This new offer package from the company also includes free RSA and warranty for 3 years for the models. Not just this, the company is also offering the option to further extend the warranty by 2 more years, taking the total warranty coverage to 5 years or 100,000 Kms. However, this warranty extension will have to be paid for separately. The new scheme for Tiago, Tigor, Nexon, Hexa, Bolt and Zest comes at a time when the maker is already selling these cars at heavy discounts. This offer will surely further sweeten the deal for the customers.
Talking of the offers on these models, some of them have also been updated recently. The maker recently brought new features to the performance oriented models of Tiago and Tigor that are sold under the name of Tata Tigor JTP and Tata Tiago JTP in the Indian market. The feature upgrade bumped the prices of the cars by a small margin but they still remain the most affordable performance oriented cars in their segment. Another good selling car from Tata, the Nexon is also due for an update and the maker will probably launch the facelifted model of their sub-4 metre compact SUV by Auto Expo 2020. The company is also gearing up to launch at least two vehicles in the Indian market in 2019. These two vehicles will be the Tata Altroz premium hatch which will take on the likes of Maruti Suzuki Baleno and Hyundai Elite i20 in the Indian market. The other vehicle will be the 7-seater version of the Tata Harrier that will be brought to the market under the name of Tata Cassini.
With all these developments in the pipeline and the nation looking toward a better monsoon season this year, Tata is hopeful of a much needed uptick in the sales department. Similarly, other makers too have their own plans and they too are hoping for a good sales season post good monsoon season in the country.