Benefits of up to Rs 65,000 available on Tata cars, SUVs in June 2021

    Tata is offering cash and exchange benefits across most of its model range; no offers available on Altroz and Safari.

    Published On Jun 04, 2021 04:00:00 PM


    Benefits of up to Rs 65,000 available on Tata cars, SUVs in June 2021

    For the month of June 2021, Tata is offering a mix of cash and exchange benefits, along with corporate discounts, across their range of cars. While the benefits are applicable on the Harrier, Nexon, Tiago and Tigor, the new Safari and the Altroz premium hatchback do not have any offers on them.

    • Select variants of Harrier attract benefits of up to Rs 65,000
    • Nexon EV available with exchange benefits of up to Rs 15,000
    • Corporate buyers offered benefits of up to Rs 25,000

    Tata Harrier

    Up to Rs 65,000 off

    Tata’s 5-seat midsize SUV packs in a spacious and comfortable cabin, and with last year’s update to BS6, it now packs in a more powerful 170hp diesel engine and the all-important automatic gearbox option. Buyers will also like the Harrier's ride quality and rugged feel, though the diesel does get noisy as the engine speed builds.

    The carmaker is offering exchange benefits of Rs 40,000 across all variants of the SUV, with all but the fully loaded XZ+/XZA+ and the Dark and Camo edition offered with cash benefits of up to Rs 25,000. Select corporate buyers can avail benefits of up to Rs 25,000 on the SUV.

    Tata Tigor

    Up to Rs 30,000 off

    The Tigor’s four-door coupe styling does help Tata’s compact sedan stand apart from the rest of the segment. Essentially half-a-size smaller than rivals and positioned slightly below them in terms of price, the Tigor offers good levels of space for four occupants, packs in decent levels of kit and like other cars from Tata, offers a well sorted ride.

    Buyers though only have the option of an 85hp, 1.2-litre petrol paired with either a 5-speed manual or AMT gearbox.

    The Tigor can be had with cash benefits of up to Rs 15,000 across all variants. The compact sedan is also available with exchange benefits of up to Rs 15,000. Corporate customers can get up to Rs 10,000 off.

    Tata Tiago

    Up to Rs 25,000 off

    The Tigor’s hatchback sibling too offers a decently spacious and comfortable cabin and, in higher variants, plenty of kit as well. The Maruti Wagon R and Hyundai Santro rival is available with a sole 85hp, 1.2-litre petrol engine that offers more than adequate performance for the hatchback. Like the Tigor, the ride quality on the whole is quite good, and the light steering, along with the option of an AMT gearbox, does make the hatchback easy to drive.

    It can be had with benefits of up to Rs 25,000 across all variants. Corporate buyers are offered  benefits of up to Rs 5,000.

    Tata Nexon/ Nexon EV

    Up to Rs 15,000 off

    Moving to the carmaker’s sub-four-metre SUV, the petrol Nexon is not offered with any benefits for the general public, while those wanting the diesel can avail of exchange benefits of Rs 15,000. The standard Nexon also attracts corporate benefits of up to Rs 10,000.

    Additionally, those wanting a more greener motoring option could look at the all-electric Nexon EV which, depending on the variant, can be had with exchange benefits of between Rs 10,000 to Rs 15,000.

    Buyers will like the Nexon’s well sorted ride and decently spacious cabin. There is plenty of equipment on offer too, though it’s not up to the level as some newer competitors. The Nexon EV, meanwhile, offers similar strengths, though it is best used as a city runabout.


    Disclaimer: Discounts vary from city to city and are subject to availability of stock. Please check with your local dealer for exact discount figures.

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