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Tata February 2019 Offers: Benefits of Upto Rs 1 Lakh On Hexa, Safari, Nexon & Bolt

Benefits include cash discounts, free insurance and exchange bonus

Tata February 2019 Offers: Benefits of Upto Rs 1 Lakh On Hexa, Safari, Nexon & Bolt
Tata February 2019 Offers: Benefits of Upto Rs 1 Lakh On Hexa, Safari, Nexon & Bolt
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2019-02-17T09:13:57+05:30
  • Tata Hexa and Safari Storme are available with benefits of upto Rs 1 lakh.
  • The bestselling Tata car, the Tiago, is available with benefits of upto Rs 47,000.
  • The Nexon is available with benefits of upto Rs 70,000.
  • The Bolt and Zest are available with benefits of upto Rs 65,000.

Planning to buy a Tata this February? You are in luck. The Indian carmaker is offering various benefits across its entire model lineup except for the recently launched Harrier. So, without further ado, let’s see how much you can save if you plan to buy a Tata car this February.

Verdict: Tata is offering huge benefits on MY2018 cars. For instance, the Model Year 2018 Hexa is available with benefits of upto Rs 1 lakh. We will recommend you to go for the MY2018 cars only if you plan to own the car for a long duration, like more than 5 years. If you are a frequent car buyer and change your vehicle often, say, in two to three years, buying the 2019 version will make more sense as its resale value would be better. Please note all the above mentioned offers are applicable till 28 February 2019 only.


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