Tata Motors increases prices of its Commercial Fleet ahead of BS-6 Phase II norms
Published On Mar 22, 2023 07:55 PM
The price hike will be by 5 percent, effective from April 1.
A lot is going on around the Indian automobile industry due to the upcoming BS-6 Phase II norms. And among all this, Tata Motors announces a price hike for its commercial fleet by 5%. This will be effective from the 1st of April, 2023, right from the day the more stringent emission norms must be taken into consideration.
In India, Tata Motors is one of the biggest manufacturers in the commercial vehicle segment, manufacturing both load-carrying and passenger-carrying models. So, the prices of the entire fleet will increase by 5%, though the exact number might vary depending on individual models.
According to the automobile giant, the new BS-6 Phase II emission norms have triggered the price hike. The higher price will allow Tata Motors to comply with the new norms and offer its customers cleaner and greener vehicles that will also be technologically superior.
Tata Motors’ commercial portfolio includes small pickup vans, large ICVs, tippers, and tractor-trailers. In the passenger segment, the automaker sells small and medium vans, like Tata Magic and Tata Winger. The large passenger-carry models include sub-urban buses, city buses, inter-city buses, etc.
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