Tata Motors has launched the Bolt hatchback in Nepal. Priced at NPR 23.95 lakh (Rs 14.96 lakh), the Bolt is the first HorizoNext car to make its way to the Nepalese market.
While the petrol variant is priced at NPR 23.95 lakh, the diesel variant pricing starts from NPR 28.35 (ex-showroom Kathmandu). Both the variants will be sold through over 16 Sipradi outlets. The company will also provide warranty of four years or 75,000 kms, whichever comes earlier.
“With the aim to deliver the best to our customers, we at Tata Motors are delighted to launch the much-awaited Bolt, a sporty hatchback. We expect Bolt to strengthen our presence in the hatchback market. A stylish car with many segment first features, the Bolt offers global design and standards that will equally bring in new first time buyers as well as appeal to existing auto users looking for an exciting product in this segment. Designed and engineered by our teams across India, UK and Italy, the Bolt is the next leap under our HorizoNext strategy and represents the new DNA of our passenger vehicles business, with the commitment to provide the best vehicles and experiences to excite our customers," said Sujan Roy, regional head, South Asia passenger vehicles business unit, Tata Motors.