Tata Safari increases prices of selected automatic variants

New Delhi:

Indian automobile manufacturer Tata Motors has increased the prices of selected variants of its Safari SUV. 

Three-row cars of the SUV variant are available in 6 variants, including models like XE, XM, XT, XT Plus, XZ, XZ Plus. The Indian carmaker has increased the prices of automatic version cars by up to Rs 7,000 in the ex-showroom. 

However, the increase in prices of all variants is different.

Find out which variants have increased prices

The XTA Plus variant has become expensive by Rs 7,000, while the XMA and XZA became expensive by Rs 3,000. All other automatic trims (XZA Plus, XZA Plus 6-seater, XZA Plus Adventure, XZA Plus Gold, XZA Plus Adventure 6-seater, XZA Plus Gold 6-seater) have a similar increase of Rs.

Tata raises prices of commercial vehicles

Tata Motors has a heavy vehicle manufacturing plant at Jamshedpur from where commercial vehicles with six to 22 wheels are manufactured. 

In addition, Tata Motors manufactures heavy commercial vehicles, intermediate and light commercial vehicles and small commercial vehicles. 

The company plans to increase the price of all its vehicles by 2.5 per cent. In such a case, if there is a vehicle worth Rs 20 lakh, then it can be expensive up to Rs 50,000 from January 1.

Talking about this, Shailesh Chandra, Passenger Vehicle Business President, Tata Motors, said that commodity prices, raw materials and other costs continue to rise. 

“A reasonable increase in prices in the near future cannot be avoided in order to partially reduce the impact of this increase in costs,” he said.

It is to be mentioned that Honda, which sells brands like Citi and Amaze, had also increased the prices of its vehicles in August this year.


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