In a bid to increase market share and woo back customers, Tata Motors puts customer in the driverâ€™s seat with added impetus being shown to customer satisfaction.
Tata Motors is one of the biggest automobile companies in India. But, their reputation and passenger car sales have declined over the last few years.
Of the many new car launches slated for 2015, here are three most anticipated hatchbacks that will hit showrooms by mid-2015 – 2014 Honda Jazz, all-new Tata Bolt and 2015 Ford Figo.
Month of October saw Maruti Suzuki and Hyundai lead the sales charts once again. Of the top 10 cars sold last month, 9 belong to them.
Tata Motors is reported to be cutting off CX and LX variants of Nano with manual steering and introducing new Nano Twist XE base variant with power steering, soon.
Tata Motors’ total Tata commercial and passenger vehicle sales (exports included) in October 2014 stand at 42,819 vehicles, equating to 17% sales decline down from 51,638 vehicles sold in October 2013.
Tata Safari Storme facelift was expected to launch by end of this year, but word is out that it will hit showrooms by mid-2015.
Tata Nano Twist Active with F-Tronic transmission (AMT) is spied testing with camouflage again. Nano Twist Active (with openable boot) is expected to launch by end of 2014, while F-Tronic variant will come out early next year as most affordable automatic (rather automated) transmission car in India.