In order to boost its sales during the tough times that have gripped the entire industry, Tata Motors is offering an attractive finance scheme on Altroz, Nexon and Tiago
The ongoing sales slump has pushed most carmakers to start offering some lucrative offers to lure new customers. In line with this, Tata Motors is offering an attractive finnce scheme on Altroz, Nexon and TIago. According to the offer, if the customers purchase a Tata Tiago, a Nexon or an Altroz, they do not need to make a down payment and are even eligible for a six-month holiday. They will also be qualified for a 100% on-road funding for a five-year loan tenure. This offer is being provided by the company in partnership with Karur Vysya Bank (KVB).
The Tata Altroz has achieved a five-star rating in the GNCAP crash test.
Thanks to its partnership with many financing partners, the homegrown auto manufacturer has been able to offer low step-up EMIs on long tenure loans of as many as eight years, For only INR 5,555 as starting EMI, you can now purchase a Tata Altroz. The Tata Nexon and Tiago are also being offered with EMIs from INR 7,499 and INR 4,999, respectively.
Moreover, customers can also make test drive requests, bookings and select their favourite financing option through ‘Click to drive’, an end-to-end online platform which has been recently launched. Through this, users can purchase their favourite Tata model right from the comfort and safety of their homes. Also, during the test drives, in order to maintain social distancing, Tata Motors dealerships are allowing only one person to drive the car with a dealer staff member sitting in the rear seat.
It should be mentioned here that the Tata Altroz, Nexon and Tiago are the three highest-selling models in the company's lineup. While none of these have been blockbusters, they do enjoy a definite fan followng. Among the trio, it's the Altroz that is the newest, while the Tiago is the one that attracts the most buyers every month. Even the Nexon enjoys a fan-following of sorts, most of which is owing to its 5-star safety rating from Global NCAP. Even the Altroz enjoys a 5-star score from NCAP, while the Tiago has a respectable 4-star rating.