New Delhi: India’s leading automaker Tata Motors has announced a marginal increase in the prices of its passenger vehicles. The company will increase the prices of its vehicles by 0.9 percent from January 19. However, in response to customer feedback, the company has slashed up to Rs 10,000 on the special variant as well.
On the increased prices, the company says that the cost of manufacturing passenger vehicles has gone up due to increase in raw material prices. The company says that a small part of the cost escalation is being passed on to the customers.
Customers who have booked a Tata car on or before January 18, 2022, will get it at current prices. That is, if you have booked a Tata car till January 18, then you will not have to pay any extra cost.
First published:January 18, 2022, 10:40 pm