Tata Motors is experiencing a good commercial dynamic in India. It offers products in different price ranges which have recorded good sales. Tata has also used a strategy of bringing in special editions of its cars. In these special editions, it adds a lot of new features but also increases the prices. For today’s article, we will be using road pricing in Bangalore as this city has the highest road tax in India. In today’s article we will see the most expensive variants of Tata Motors.
Variants Tata Motors – Safari XZA Plus Gold 6-seater
Safari is the flagship product of Tata Motors. So, it has that flagship treatment with several special editions. Currently, the most expensive variant of the Safari is the 6-seater XZA Plus Gold. The price of this variant in Bangalore is Rs 29.59 lakh (on-road). The Gold edition gets golden highlights on the outside. In the interiors, it gets a marble dashboard with gold accents. It also benefits from additional features such as ventilated first and second row seats, an air purifier and wireless Android Auto & Apple Carplay.
Harrier Kaziranga XZA Plus
Tata recently launched the Kaziranga Edition for the Harrier. It gets a new Grassland Beige color with Rhino badging. In the interiors, it gets a wooden textured dashboard. In terms of features, it comes with ventilated seats, air purifier, wireless Android Auto & Apple CarPlay. The price of the Kaziranga XZA Plus is Rs 27.61 lakh (on-road, Bangalore).
Nexon Kaziranga Plus (Premium) Diesel
Currently, the Nexon is Tata’s best-selling car. Like the Harrier, it also received the Kaziranga Edition update. It also gets the new Grassland Beige color with Rhino badge. In the interiors, it gets new beige upholstery with a wood-finish dashboard. In terms of features, it has ventilated seats, air purifier and auto-dimming IRVM along with other modern features. The price for this variant is Rs 17.26 lakh (on-road, Bangalore).
Nexon EV XZ Plus LUX Dark Edition
Like the Nexon, its electric version also gets the Dark Edition treatment. In its dark edition, it comes with a blacked-out exterior design with “DARK” badging. It also gets blacked out alloy wheels. The interiors are also completely blacked out. However, the EV accents remain, giving the EV a very unique appeal. It does not get any additional features compared to other variants. The price of this variant is Rs 18.23 lakh.
Altroz XZ Plus Diesel Dark Edition
The Altroz also comes with a dark edition. Like the Nexon EV Dark Edition, it comes with cosmetic changes. It gets a blacked out exterior with new alloy wheels. The price for this variant is Rs 12.16 lakh (on-road, Bangalore).
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