Tata Altroz, Tiago, Nexon get special finance schemes

    The schemes such as zero down payment and no EMIs for the first six months, etc., are meant to incentivise buyers.

    Published On Jul 08, 2020 03:02:00 PM

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    Tata Altroz, Tiago, Nexon get special finance schemes

    Tata Motors has rolled out special finance offers for buyers interested in the Nexon, Tiago and Altroz models.

    Along with a zero down payment facility, customers can also avail a six-month EMI holiday and access up to 100 percent on-road funding for a loan tenure of five years. These offers are available at all Tata Motors outlets, in conjunction with Karur Vysya Bank (KVB).

    In addition to the above schemes, Tata Motors is also offering eight-year-long loan tenures, and low EMI rates for loans - the Tiago can be had for Rs 4,999 a month, the Altroz for Rs 5,555 a month, and the EMI on a Nexon could be as low as Rs 7,499.

    The start of this year saw the Indian brand upgrade its entire line-up - now consisting of the Tiago, Tigor, Altroz, Nexon and  Harrier - to meet BS6 norms and brought stylistic and equipment-based updates to the range as well. The next Tata model that’s on the docket is the production-spec HBX micro-SUV, which is expected before March 2021. It will be followed by the 7-seat version of the Harrier, the Gravitas.

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