Tata Motors unveil BS6 compliant versions of Tiago, Tigor, Nexon (Photo Credit: Twitter/@TataMotors)
Tata Motors on Monday unveiled the BS6 compliant versions of Tiago, Tigor and, the Nexon. Along with it, the automaker has commenced bookings for the updated models. Yes, you read it right. Now customers can book BS6 compliant versions of Tiago, Tigor and, the Nexon by paying Rs 11,000 at any of the company dealerships or product websites. It is to be noted that the updated models are the first in the Tata line-up to meet the BS6 norms and sport revised styling for a fresh new look, along with new features and a higher price tag.
"Tata Motors has been vigorously working towards a seamless transition to BS-VI. We are delighted to have reached this milestone and are elated to be the first in the business to announce the introduction of an entire range of BS-VI products at once," Tata Motors President, Passenger Vehicles (PV) Business Unit Mayank Pareek said.
He further said, “This newly designed and refreshed range is in alignment with sustainability guidelines while still delivering segment leading performance.” "We hope that our new range will contribute towards a cleaner and greener India while providing innovative transport solutions to customers and industry alike," he added.
Pareek also stated that with the new range, the company plans to streamline its portfolio to bring performance and feature enhanced products to its customers.
It is worth mentioning here that all three models are expected to get feature upgrades, while the engine options will remain the same. The updated models from Tata Motors will be part of the 26 product showcases at the Auto Expo next month.
Coming to the updates, Tata Nexon BS6 looks similar to the Nexon EV, while the Tiago and Tigor facelifts get updated to the Impact 2.0 design language along the lines of the upcoming Altroz.
As for the prices for the facelifted Tata Tiago and Tigor are concerned, the rates are likely to go up by a bit. However, the prices for the Nexon are likely to go up by a big margin.