Motors will be implementing a price increase of up to 5% on its commercial
vehicles starting from April 1st, 2023. The decision to increase prices is a
result of the company's efforts to comply with the more stringent BS6 phase II
emission norms. As Tata Motors transitions its entire vehicle portfolio to meet
these standards, customers and fleet owners can expect a range of cleaner,
greener, and technologically superior offerings that deliver higher benefits
and lower total cost of ownership.
The price increase will be applied across the
entire range of commercial vehicles, with the exact amount varying according to
the individual model and variant.
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