As the government eased the nationwide lockdown, passenger vehicle sales have gained momentum in the country. And this has worked for Tata Motors, as the homegrown has overtaken Mahindra and Kia Motors to become the third largest carmaker in June 2020.
Firstly, keeping the car’s battery charged is of utmost importance as it can discharge itself. This can simply be done by starting the car at least once a week. Additionally, to prevent the hand-brake system from jamming, it makes sense to either use a tyre-stopper, or slotting into first or second gear.
Tata Motors recently launched an online sales platform called 'Click to Drive'. The platform has been integrated with more than 750 dealerships across India. Interestingly, the entire process is completed virtually using emails, WhatsApp and video calls. Here are the most important things you need to know.
According to a report, Tata Motors has commenced work on an all-new compact sedan that will rival the Maruti Suzuki Dzire and the Honda Amaze among others. The compact sedan is reportedly codenamed Tata Goshaq. While a timeline isn’t available as the moment, we expect it to be launched sometime in 2022.
Tata Motors recently launched the facelifted Tigor alongside the new Altroz premium hatchback and the Tiago and Nexon facelifts as well. Apart from engines that have been upgraded to meet the upcoming BS6 emission standards, the Tigor benefits from some styling updates and new features. This picture gallery takes you through its details.