Tata Motors has revised prices for its mainstream models like the TigorAltrozHarrier and the Nexon. While a first look at the new price structure shows an increase in the ex-showroom cost of most of these cars, a deep dive into the actual breakup reveals that the on-road prices for the month of August 2020 has actually come down a bit, when compared to July 2020.

  • While ex-showroom prices of some cars have increased, on-road prices have reduced for some
  • New pricing policy aimed at bringing transparency into vehicle buying process
  • Models like the Altroz, Nexon, Tiago and Tigor are now being sold with updated prices

Until July 2020, the on-road price of any new Tata hatchback, compact sedan or SUV differed from city to city, and in some cases, dealer to dealer as well, due to multiple add-ons to the pricing. For instance, handling charges were included in the…

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