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Tata Motors on Saturday introduced its BS6 Phase II range of passenger vehicles with RDE and E20 compliant engines.

Tata Motors has also refreshed its portfolio across powertrain options of Petrol, Diesel and CNG with new features which will deliver enhanced safety, drivability, comfort and convenience.

The Company has increased its standard warranty of 2 Years/ 75,000 kms to 3 Years/ 1 lakh kms across the range.

As per a Tata Motors press statement, “The low end drivability of the Altroz and Punch have been enhanced such that they offer a much smoother experience in lower gears. The two models will also see idle Stop Start as standard coming across all their variants, translating into better on road mileage.”

“Reinforcing the trust on diesel engines and to offer multiple choice to its customers, the company has upgraded the Revotorq diesel engines for both Altroz and Nexon. Additionally, the Nexon Diesel engine has been retuned to deliver better performance,” the Company said.

“Furthermore, the new RDE compliant engines are more responsive, and have been tuned such that they offer more efficiency to the customers,” it claimed.

Commenting on the upgrades, Rajan Amba, Vice President, Sales, Marketing and Customer Care, Tata Motors Passenger Vehicles Ltd, said “Tata Motors has always been an active partner of the Government’s mission to reduce vehicular pollution. We have been constantly innovating and introducing technologies that not only keep emissions in check but also improve upon the unparalleled driving and car ownership experience. In line with this thought process, we took this opportunity of upgrading 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.”

It is pertinent to mention here that the Indian car manufacturer has recently hiked price of its ICE passenger vehicles across ranges from February 1.

Effective February 1, 2023, the weighted average increase has been 1.2%, depending on the variant and model, making the ex-showroom prices of all the gasoline and diesel-powered vehicles of the India auto major go up by Rs 7000 – 15,000.