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Tata Tiago’s EV test drives to begin from late December, know everything about vehicle

The company says it will start delivering the vehicle from 2023.

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Tata’s recently launched one of its much-awaited hatchbacks Tiago in the EV version. The company recently revealed that it will start providing test drives to customers in December. Interested customers will be able to book the car from October 10 by giving the booking amount of Rs 21,000

However, the customers will have to wait till 2023 to get the delivery of the vehicle. Scroll down to read more about the newly launched Tata Tiago EV.

The newly launched Tiago EV model comes with a blue finish from the front grille, covering the fog lamp housing. The hatchback also gets the blanked-off grille in gloss black under which customers gets the EV badging, tri-arrow pattern, and projector headlamps.

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The vehicle comes with the features like sport mode, linked car technology, leatherette seats, fully automatic air conditioning, a cooled glove box, and i-TPMS. Fast charging technology, cruise control, multi-mode regen, and ZConnect capabilities are also included in the new Tata Tiago EV.

The majority of the functionality is also present in the standard ICE model. It has voice commands, a height-adjustable driver seat, a rear defogger, a rear parking camera, a multi-functional steering wheel, electrically adjustable ORVMs with integrated turn indicators, a 7-inch touchscreen infotainment system with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto support, and an eight-speaker Harman music system.

The new Tiago electric, which has a Ziptron powertrain, is built on the same architecture as the Tigor EV. It comes with two battery packs, rated at 24kWh and 19.2kWh.

Initially, the company claimed a range of 315km. Later denied and it is will give a range 250km. Talking about the power, the long-range version generates 115Nm of torque and 55kW or 74bhp of power. The limited-range version offers 105Nm of torque and 45kW or 60bhp of power.

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From Honda to Maruti Suzuki, check top car manufacturers offering year-end discounts

The leading car manufacturer introduced an offer under which the company’s offering a total discount of Rs 55,000 on its long-standing Ciaz midsize sedan

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The year 2022 almost comes to an end. If still you are planning to purchase a new car, then this might help you in choosing the right discounted one. In order to attract new customers or we could say to sell out the current stock, some of the leading car manufacturers announced good discounts of up to Rs 60,000 on its top hot selling products.

Following the old mantra of providing offers at the end of the year, Maruti Suzuki also jumped in the race and offered massive discounts for select Nexa line-up models. Interested customers can enjoy the discount in a form of exchange offers, cashback, and corporate benefits among other.

Maruti Suzuki Maruti Suzuki Ciaz discount

The leading car manufacturer introduced an offer under which the company’s offering a total discount of Rs 55,000 on its long-standing Ciaz midsize sedan. For those who are in interested in its manual version, they can avail of cash discounts worth Rs 25,000, exchange offers worth Rs 25,000 and a corporate discount of Rs 5,000. Amid this, the automatic version of the feature-loaded sedan has been listed with a total discount of Rs 45,000 that includes exchange offers worth Rs 25,000m, cash discounts worth Rs 15,000, and a corporate discount of Rs 5,000.

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Talking about the car, it is best known to generate a 105hp and features 1.5-litre petrol engine, paired with a 5-speed manual and automatic transmission. The vehicle has been giving tough competition to its rivals that includes Skoda Slavia, Honda City, and Hyundai Verna among other

Maruti Suzuki Baleno

The premium hatchback from Maruti Suzuki gets a total discount of Rs 20,000 on the manual petrol and Delta CNG variants. This includes cash discounts and exchange offers worth Rs 10,000, each. Meanwhile, the Zeta CNG variant of the Baleno gets a total discount of Rs 10,000.

Launched earlier this year, the new Baleno is powered by a 90hp, 1.2-litre petrol engine paired to either a 5-speed manual or a 5-speed AMT and takes on other premium hatchbacks like the Tata Altroz, Hyundai i20 and the Toyota Glanza.

Maruti Suzuki Baleno disocunt

One of the premium hatchbacks in the Indian market that ruled the auto industry for decades also has been listed under the year-end discount. The company offering a total discount of Rs 20,000 on its feature-loaded petrol (Manual transmission) and Delta CNG variants. Under the offer, customers can enjoy the discount in the form of exchange offers worth Rs 10,000, corporate discount of Rs 15,000. While the Zeta CNG variant only comes with the a total discount of Rs 10,000 (corporate).

As far the specs are concerned, the updated version of Baleno comes with 1.2-litre petrol engine, which generates 90hp. It is also paired with a 5-speed manual or a 5-speed AMT transmission.

Maruti Suzuki Ignis

The under-budget vehicle Ignis is also falling under the discounted category, under which the customers can enjoy a total discount of up to Rs 55,000. The offer includes an exchange offer worth Rs 15,000 and a corporate discount of Rs 5,000. To note, the discounts only valid on manual variants only.

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Stella Moto launches budget Buzz electric scooter at Rs 95,000, check specs and range

Amid the increase in fuel prices in the country, many two-wheeler manufacturers are either updating their current vehicles to EVs or launching a new ones. Jaidka Group’s Stella Moto also jumped into the competition and launched its much-awaited and featured electric scooter Buzz in India.

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Amid the increase in fuel prices in the country, many two-wheeler manufacturers are either updating their current vehicles to EVs or launching a new ones. Jaidka Group’s Stella Moto also jumped into the competition and launched its much-awaited and featured electric scooter Buzz in India. The company has introduced the vehicle at the starting price of Rs 95,000 (ex-showroom). To note, the price may differ state-wise.

The firm has introduced Buzz electric scooter with a 2kW BLDC motor, paired with a 2.16kWh lithium-ion battery that claims to provide a good range of 90km on a single charge. Interested customers will get the deliveries of EV at the end of this month.

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Know everything about the Stella Moto Buzz electric scooter

According to Stella Moto, the Buzz electric scooter uses premium lithium iron phosphate (LFP) battery technology that was created specifically for the climatic conditions of India. It also stated that the scooter features four temperature sensors in the battery, which keep track of the temperature in different parts of the battery pack and shut off the electricity when it becomes too hot. Additionally, the battery pack includes a smart battery management system with a microprocessor, the firm added.

The scooter comes with a front disc brake with the wheels shod and tubeless tyres. It is also equipped with the features like a digital speedometer that provides important information regarding the vehicle such as charging capacity, time, and speed among others. It also features a central locking system, cruise control, a USB charger, and an anti-theft system under which the customers will keep a record of the exact location of their EV.

Talking about ground clearance, the Buzz electric scooter comes with 180mm. It has an overall weight of around 150 kg.

Reacting to the launch, Stella Moto Nakul Jaidka said that they feel very proud to launch the scooter in the Indian market. He said the company aims to set new standards in the micro-mobility industry and to provide good build EVs in the country.

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From Tata to Renault, carmakers announce price hike from January 2023

Planning to purchase any of the vehicles from Kia, Tata, Maruti Suzuki and Audi? Then this news might upset you as the leading car manufacturing company is likely to increase the price from the new year.

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Planning to purchase any of the vehicles from Kia, Tata, Maruti Suzuki and Audi? Then this news might upset you as the leading car manufacturing company is likely to increase the price from the new year.

According to the reports and media speculations, it has been revealed that step has been taken by the companies due to the input cost, which left the carmakers with no option but to increase the price of the vehicle.

Maruti Suzuki

Recently, the leading car manufacturer in India Maruti Suzuki announced that it will hike the price of vehicles starting in January. However, earlier, the company confirmed that it will only increase the price on the selected vehicle but sadly it has increased it on its entire range of vehicles including sedans, MPVs, MUVs, and SUVs, among others.

The firm already informed the customers about the price hike in advance on April 6, where they said that over the past year, the cost of the company’s vehicles continue to be adversely impacted due to increases in various input costs. Therefore, it has become imperative for the company to pass on some impact of the above additional costs to customers through a price hike.

Tata

Following the trend, homegrown car makers also decided to increase the price of their selected vehicles. Reports say that there are expectations that the likely to hike the price between Rs 20,000 to 30,000 in its entire range.

Renault

The French automakers also informed that due to the rise in the price of input costs, they have to increase the rates on its vehicle in order to sustain themselves in the market.

The company also claimed that they suffered a huge loss in the financial year due to which the top officials from the firm took the decisions. Mea

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