Tata Car Price Hike: If you are planning to buy a car from Tata Motors this month, then stop for a moment. In fact, the company has once again increased the prices of its cars. This is the third time this year that the company has made cars expensive. Earlier in January 2022 and March 2022, the company had also increased the prices of cars. This time the price has been increased by 2.87%. This has made Tata’s popular hatchbacks Tiago and sedan Tigor as expensive as Rs 15,000. The company has already increased the Nexon, Punch, Safari, Harrier and Altroz by 1.1%.
Tiago and Tigor cost from Rs 12,000 to Rs 15,000
Tata Motors has increased the price of its cheapest hatchback Tiago and popular sedan Tigor from Rs 12,000 to Rs 15,000. The company has also increased the price of CNG variants of these two cars by the same amount. There are a total of 11 variants of Tigor including petrol and CNG, including XE, XM, XZ, XZ +, XZ + DT, XMA, XZA +, XZA + DT variants of petrol. Whereas, CNG includes XZ, XZ +, XZ + DT. On the other hand, there are 15 variants of Tiago. It has 10 variants of petrol and 5 variants of CNG.
New prices of Tata Tiago
The company has made the base variant of this car the most expensive. Now you have to spend Rs 15,000 more to buy its base variant XE. Earlier, the petrol ex-showroom price of its petrol variant was Rs 522,900, which has now increased to Rs 537,900. The new price of the top variant of petrol has gone up to Rs 732,900. This has been increased by Rs. 12,000. Similarly, the base model XE of CNG variant has been increased by Rs 15,000. Its starting price has gone up from Rs 612,900 to Rs 627,900. The top variant of CNG is priced at Rs 779,900.
Tata Tigor’s new prices
The company has added a maximum of Rs 15,000 to Tigor’s base variant XE. Earlier, its initial ex-showroom price was Rs 582,900, which has now risen to Rs 597,900. Similarly, the top variant of petrol will now cost Rs 826,900. The company has added Rs 12,000. Speaking of the CNG variant of Tiago, its starting price is now Rs 784,900, which used to be Rs 772,900. Similarly, its top variant is priced at Rs 856,900.
Reason for raising raw material prices
The company says that due to the sharp rise in cost price, it has become very important to increase the price of cars. He has put a small part of the total increase in the customers’ fold. In fact, the raw material used in cars is becoming more and more expensive. Due to which companies have been forced to increase prices. Not only Tata but also the country’s largest car companies like Maruti Suzuki, Hyundai, Honda Mahindra & Mahindra, Toyota, Mercedes-Benz, Audi and Volvo have raised prices.