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January Discounts On Tata Cars: Offers Upto Rs 65,000 On Hexa, Nexon, Safari & Bolt

Discounts include cash cuts, exchange bonuses and insurance at discounted rates

January Discounts On Tata Cars: Offers Upto Rs 65,000 On Hexa, Nexon, Safari & Bolt
January Discounts On Tata Cars: Offers Upto Rs 65,000 On Hexa, Nexon, Safari & Bolt
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2019-01-08T12:13:42+05:30

Highest cash discounts of Rs 50,000 can be had on the Bolt and the Zest.

  • The bigger seven-seaters like the Sumo, Hexa and the Safari can be had with a cash savings of upto Rs 20,000 along with exchange bonus.

  • The 2018 model year Tata Tigor and the Tiago can be had with a discount price of insurance whereas the MY2019 cars only get an exchange bonus.

  • Tata Nano can be had with a free insurance and exchange bonus of Rs 10,000 to Rs 15,000.

  • Offers valid till 15th Jan 2019.

  • There’s nothing better than ringing in the new year with some savings. So if you were looking to buy a new car, Tata is offering a host of offers on its entire product range -- which includes a hatchback, sedan and SUV. Here are all the offer details:

    Note: Figures in brackets depict the offers on MY2019 vehicles while all else reflects MY2018.

    Takeaway

    Tata had already announced a hike of upto Rs 40,000 across its product range due to an increase in fuel prices and input costs. So, it's a good way of offsetting the increased prices even if it’s not by much. If you are a frequent buyer and change your vehicle frequently, say, in two to three years, buying the 2019 version makes a lot more sense for you. But if you are a keeper and would not let go of your car for at least five years then you can go ahead and put your money on the 2018 model and save some more. Bear in mind that the offers are valid only till 15th January 2019.


    Source: cardekho.com

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