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Tata did not increase the price of this number car, the rest will become expensive from February 1


Tata has once again increased the price of its cars.
Other models are going to be costlier from 1st February.
The price of Tata Nexon EV has not increased during this period.

New Delhi. Tata Motors has announced the price revision of its ICE powered passenger vehicle category in India. Prices will be increased by 1.2 percent, which will vary according to the variant and model. The new prices will be applicable from 1 February 2023. The carmaker’s product portfolio includes Tiago, Altroz, Tigor, Punch, Nexon, Harrier and Safari.

Nexon EV price not increased
The company has increased the prices of all its cars but during this time there will be no change in the prices of Tata Nexon EV. The company has taken this decision due to increase in input cost. In an official statement, Tata says that “the company makes maximum efforts to reduce costs and partially offset the price hike.

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Waiting for Altroz ​​and Punch CNG
In 2023, the domestic automaker will introduce CNG variants of the Altroz ​​hatchback and punch SUV. Both the models recently debuted at the Auto Expo 2023. Tata Harrier and Safari facelift will also be introduced in the coming months. Major features will be upgraded in the SUV.

These features are also present
Features will also include a larger and updated 10.25-inch infotainment system, a new digital instrument cluster, a 360-degree camera, ambient lighting and adjustable driver’s seat with memory functions. Powering the 2023 Tata Harrier and Safari facelift will be the existing 2.0L turbo diesel engine producing 168bhp and 350Nm of torque.

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Over the next two years, Tata Motors will bring in some significant new products including the Harrier EV, the Curve (Hyundai Creta rival), and the Sierra (Mahindra Scorpio-N rival). The Tata Curvv and Sierra SUVs will be offered with both petrol and electric powertrains. All three SUVs will be designed on Tata’s Gen 2 (aka Sigma) platform.

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