Tata Motors is offering a 3 year/40,000Kms service package bundled with Nexon, Tiago, Tigo and Hexa for free. The service packages make sure that the customer does not have to pay a single penny for any sort of maintenance on the car during the package's duration.
Tata Motors is offering a free special service package on Tiago, Tigor, Hexa, and Nexon this monsoon. As a part of this package, the customers will get free maintenance for 3 years or 40,000 km, whichever comes earlier. The package will include the service and spare cost for the duration. The package is offered with a 3-year warranty which can also be extended for 2 more years to a total of 5-years and 1,00,000 Kms at an extra cost. With huge discounts already offered on Tata cars these days, it looks like a good time to make a car purchase.
This monsoon, Tata is offering a free service for 3 years/40000 kms.
These days, Tata Motors is offering heavy cash discounts on its passenger cars to boost the demand in this time of sales slump. The automobile sales have experienced a massive slump in the past few months, with large inventory left with every dealer. Tata Motors has also been affected hard by this slowdown in the sales. The manufacturer has been calling close shut on and off at its Pimpri based manufacturing facility in Pune, to reduce the piled up inventory from its stockyard. With such offers on the sales desk, Tata Motors is looking to revive the sales figures for its product range which has proved to be successful until now.
While, Tata Nexon and Tiago have been the most successful products for the manufacturers, and the latter is consistent on scoring rough figures of 5000 units per month. The current lineup of the Tata Motors is growing old and the Harrier has also adopted the second generation of Impact Design language, the manufacturer is keen on upgrading the product portfolio. The Nexon and Tiago facelifts have already been spotted during their test runs; Tata is all set to bring in more volumes to its lobby by the B-segment hatchback Altroz which will compete against the Hyundai i20 and Maruti Suzuki Swift. While Tata is all set to launch the 7-seater version of the Harrier SUV albeit Cassini, clearing the inventory is crucial for the manufacturer and offers like surely bumps up the sale.