Tata Harrier, Nexon, Tiago and Tigor have discounts up to Rs 65,000.

Jaiveer Mehra

By June 2021, Tata will offer a combination of cash and redemption benefits and corporate discounts in all of its car series. Although these discounts apply to Harrier, Nexon, Tiago and Tigor, there are no discounts on the new Safari and Altroz ​​premium hatchbacks.

  • Selected variants of Harrier can bring up to Rs 65,000
  • Nexon EV can get a redemption discount of up to 15,000 rupees
  • Corporate buyers offer discounts of up to 25,000 rupees

Tata Harrier

Up to Rs 65,000 discount

Tata’s 5-seater mid-size SUV has a spacious and comfortable cabin. With the update to BS6 last year, it is now equipped with a more powerful 170-horsepower diesel engine and the most important automatic transmission option. Buyers will also like the Harrier’s ride quality and firm feel, although the diesel does become noisy as the engine speed increases.

The automaker offers a redemption discount of 40,000 rupees for all variants of the SUV, except for the fully loaded XZ+/XZA+ and dark and camouflage versions, all models offer up to 25,000 rupees in cash. Selected corporate buyers can enjoy discounts of up to Rs 25,000 on the SUV.

Tata Tigor

Up to 30,000 rupees discount

Tigor’s four-door coupe styling really helped Tata’s compact cars stand out in other market segments. Tigor is basically half a yard smaller than the competition, and the price is slightly lower than them. It provides a good space for four passengers and is equipped with a good package, just like other Tata cars, providing a good ride experience.

Buyers can only choose the 85-horsepower 1.2-liter gasoline with 5-speed manual or AMT gearbox.

Tigor can earn up to 15,000 rupees in cash in all variants. The compact car also offers an exchange discount of up to 15,000 rupees. Corporate customers can enjoy a discount of up to 10,000 rupees.

Tata Tiago

Up to 25,000 rupees discount

Tigor’s hatchback brother also offers a fairly spacious and comfortable cabin, and in higher variants, there are plenty of kits. The rivals of Maruti Wagon R and Hyundai Santro are equipped with the only 85-horsepower 1.2-liter gasoline engine, which can provide enough performance for the hatchback. Like Tigor, the overall ride quality is very good, the light steering and the choice of AMT gearbox really make the hatchback easy to drive.

It can earn up to 25,000 rupees in all variants. Corporate buyers can get discounts of up to 5,000 rupees.

Tata Nexans/Nexans Electric Vehicles

Up to 15,000 rupees discount

Turning to SUVs under 4 meters from automakers, gasoline Nexon will not do any good for the general public, and those who want diesel can take advantage of 15,000 rupees in exchange. The standard Nexon also attracts corporate benefits of up to 10,000 rupees.

In addition, those who want more environmentally friendly driving options can take a look at the all-electric Nexon EV, which, depending on the variant, has an exchange income of between 10,000 rupees and 15,000 rupees.

Buyers will love Nexon’s carefully selected rides and spacious cabins. A lot of equipment is also provided, although it is not as good as some of the newer competitors. At the same time, Nexon EV also offers similar advantages, but it is most suitable for use as a city car.

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Disclaimer: Discounts vary from city to city and depend on inventory availability. Please check with your local dealer for the exact discount number.

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