Moreover, the automaker has also extended the standard warranty of 2-year/75,000 kms to 3-year/1 lakh kms across its entire PV range. Interested customers can visit their nearest dealership or the official website to know about the new BS6 Phase II compliant passenger vehicles.
The low-end drivability of the Tata Altroz and Punch have been enhanced such that they offer a smooth experience in lower gears, says the media release. Additionally, the Tata Altroz and the Punch now gets the Idle Stop Start feature as standard across all the variants.
The Tata Altroz and the Tata Nexon have now received the upgraded Revotorq diesel engines. Moreover, the Tata Nexon diesel engine has been tweaked for a better performance, says Tata Motors.
Furthermore, the new RDE-compliant engines are more responsive, and have been tuned such that they offer more efficiency to the customers.
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The new RDE and E20 compliant range boasts of lower NVH (Noise Vibration and Harshness) and new features for a safe and comfortable ride. The Tata Tiago and the Tigor have received a Tyre Pressure Monitoring System for enhanced safety.
“Tata Motors has always been an active partner of the Government’s mission to reduce vehicular pollution. We took this opportunity to upgrade our cars not only with the new emission standards but also delight our customers with an enhanced portfolio that boasts of cutting-edge safety, drivability, upgraded features, better ride experience and most importantly – a hassle-free ownership experience,” says Rajan Amba, Vice President, Sales, Marketing and Customer Care, Tata Motors Passenger Vehicles Ltd.