This is important news if you plan to buy cars like Tata’s Nexon, Harrier or Tiago. Tata Motors, one of the leading car companies in the country, has increased the prices of its cars from today, i.e. February 1.

According to the information given by the company, in this news we are telling you which cars can be increased and from when they can be increased.

According to the company, from February 1, the company’s cars will become costlier by 1.2%. The price hike will vary according to the model and variant of the car. The company sells cars in the petrol, diesel, CNG and electric segments in the Indian market. But the cars whose prices will increase from February 1 include only cars with petrol-diesel engines. The company is also not increasing the prices of electric segment cars.

The company has attributed the increase in the cost of raw materials to an increase in prices. Due to this, the cost of construction is rising. Because of this, the company is increasing the price of vehicles. Until now, the company was bearing the burden of costs but is passing this burden on to the customers.

In 2023, Tata will introduce CNG variants of the Altroz hatchback and punchy SUV. Both models were recently unveiled at the Auto Expo 2023. Tata Harrier and Safari facelift could also be introduced in the coming months.

Features include:

  • A 10.25-inch infotainment system.
  • A new digital instrument cluster.
  • A 360-degree camera.
  • An adjustable driver’s seat with ambient lighting.

Powering the 2023 Tata Harrier and Safari facelift will be the existing 2.0L turbo diesel engine producing 168bhp and 350Nm of torque.

Tata Motors will bring a few new cars in the next two years, including the Harrier EV, Curve and Sierra. The Tata Curvv and Sierra SUVs will be offered with both petrol and electric engines.

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