Price hike due to steep rise in input costs. Company extends price protection on bookings till January 18, 2022
Tata Motors has announced an average 0.9 percent hike on its passenger vehicle prices effective January 19, 2022, depending on variant and model.
According to the company statement, the hike was due to the steep rise in overall input costs.
Meanwhile, Tata Motors has decided to offer price protection to all its customers who have booked cars from its New Forever range on or before January 18, 2022.
The statement added that the company has also reduced prices by upto Rs 10,000 on specific variants, in response to feedback from customers.
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