In an attempt to boost sagging sales and cash in on the New year and Christmas festivities, Tata Motors is offering their products at huge discounts.
And yes, this also is an attempt to clear stocks for this year. And the offers, well, they are good enough for you to get lured.
Our team actually went ahead and visited showrooms to know the actual breakup of discounts because the press release issued by the company just talked about the final figures.
Before you go any further, Cash Discount is what most of us would actually get and Exchange Discount comes into play only when you sell your old car. Here we have enlisted the cars with the proper breakup of discounts.
Tata Indigo Manza :
The Club Class has some Club sized discounts on it.
- Cash Discounts: Rs 10,000
- Exchange Bonus: Rs 20,000 for petrol car & Rs 40,000 for diesel car
There is a flat cash discount of Rs.10,000 on every Manza purchase. In addition you also get exchange bonus of Rs.20,000 on when you exchange your petrol car and Rs. 40,000 when you exchange your diesel car. This adds upto a maximum of Rs 50,000.
Tata Indica Vista
The premium hatch is way ahead of its ascendant, Indica . It has the same Multijet diesel engine as a few of the best selling hatches have and is being offered at chunky discounts to drive people to Tata showrooms.
- Cash discount worth Rs.20,000
- Exchange offer worth Rs.20,000 on a diesel car exchange and Rs.40,000 on petrol car exchange
These savings add upto a total of maximum Rs 60,000. Tata is also on the verge of officially launching the 90PS more powerful version of the car.
Technologically the best product from the house of Tata which never really took off due to its high pricing, now comes as a luring preposition after the discounts. If you always liked this car but never wanted to spend that much, here is the time.
Aria is being offered with
- cash discount of Rs.1,00,000
- exchange bonus of Rs.50,000.
This adds upto a total of Rs 1.5 Lac less than the original price of the crossover. The good news is that the newly introduced base LX variant is also being sold at an exchange discount of Rs.50,000.
Tata Sumo Gold :
Tata’s old workhorse is now quite aged and is a lot behind its direct rival, the high selling Bolero. To give a boost to its sales, Tata is offering
- Cash Discount of Rs 20,000
- Exchange discounts of Rs.20,000 and Rs 30,000 on diesel and petrol car exchanges respectively.
This adds upto a maximum of Rs 50,000 off on the actual price of the rugged UV.
Tata Nano :
World’s cheapest car is being offered at a
- cash discount of Rs.10,000
- Exchange Bonus: Rs.5,000 on two wheeler and Rs.10,000 on four wheelers.
And yes, there is a special edition which comes with Alloys, music player and other add ons which Tata claims are worth Rs 25,000. Check all details of Nano Special Edition.
Tata Indica eV2:
The most taxi-able car in the country, which was refreshed a few days back, has also been under pressure with the ever-growing competition. To give its sales a vital boost, Tata is offering
- Cash discount of Rs.10,000
- Exchange benefits of Rs.15000 on diesel car exchange and Rs.25,000 on petrol car exchange
This adds upto a total benefit of upto Rs 35,000.
Tata Indigo eCS
The world’s first compact sedan is also offered with discounts of upto Rs 40,000. Here is the breakup:
- cash discount of Rs.15,000
- Exchange offer: Rs.15,000 and Rs.25,000 on diesel and petrol cars respectively.
This adds upto a total discount of upto Rs 40,000
Tata’s sales have dipped by around 13 percent in November 2012 and its using the discounts to increase the sales. Now, these are definitely chunky discounts and you would end up saving a lot if you buy a Tata car before this scheme expires. And yeah, don’t forget to bargain to get a free insurance and some accessories thrown in, apart from corporate/teacher/government employee discounts. Do drop in with your comments to let us know about any other discounts being offered by Tata and if the article was of any help.