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Tata offers 13 car models on sale for the India including 5 Hatchbacks, 3 Sedans and 5 Sport Utilities The cheapest Tata model is the Nano which has a starting price of Rs. 2.36 Lakh and the most expensive Tata car is the Hexa priced at Rs. 14.39 Lakh. The Tata Harrier (Rs 12.69 Lakh), Tata Nexon (Rs 6.36 Lakh), Tata Tiago (Rs 4.21 Lakh) are the most popular cars from Tata. Upcoming Tata Cars that are expected to launch in 2019/2020 include Tigor EV, Altroz, Tiago EV, Buzzard, H7X, H2X, Altroz EV, EVision Electric.

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About Tata Cars

Tata Motors is a global manufacturer of passenger and commercial vehicles, utility vehicles, buses, trucks and even defence vehicles

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Sub-Rs 15 Lakh Electric Cars Will Get An Incentive Of Rs 1.5 Lakh Under FAME-II

Government to offer separate incentives for strong hybrid cars as well

Tata Motors 2019 Geneva Round Up: Altroz,H2X, Buzzard & More

The carmaker showcased four near production-spec cars and a micro-SUV concept at the Swiss show

Cars In Demand: Maruti Vitara Brezza, Tata Nexon Top Segment Sales In February 2019

Mahindra XUV300 takes the third spot in the first month of its sales

Tata Altroz To Get Three Engine Options, Two Petrol & One Diesel

The Tata Altroz that was revealed in Geneva was powered by a turbocharged version of the 1.2-litre engine, with a power output of 102PS

Tata H2X In Pics: Looks, Interior And Features

Tata has confirmed that 70 to 80 per cent of the H2X Concept will make it to production. Here's what we think

Latest Reviews on Tata Cars

Altroz: Feel the Speed!

Amazing looks at an affordable price, this car will give tough competition to current trending hatchback cars. As per as safety is concerned, we recently learned about th...Read More

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Nilesh Nikam
On: Mar 20, 2019 | 4 Views

Good Braking!

Most popular looks, good design, the interior is nice and most powerful car. Read More

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Harshal Patel
On: Mar 20, 2019 | 2 Views

5 Stars to Tata Harrier

Tata Harrier is the best competitor of Toyota brand, first Tata lost his awareness but now they came back with lots of features, the people who can't buy the SUVs lik...Read More

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Rahib Zaidi
On: Mar 20, 2019 | 6 Views

Milage Issue

Good experience overall, facing some milage issues, using since one and half year only getting 19 KM per liter. Read More

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zafar
On: Mar 20, 2019 | 3 Views

Comfortable and Joyful

Excellent product for middle-class family & youths. Read More

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Imran Mateen
On: Mar 20, 2019 | 2 Views

Recently Asked User Questions about Tata

    • _170609 has asked a question about Altroz

      Q. What are colour options?

      • Cardekho_Experts
      • on 19 Mar 2019

      There is no update from the brand side because the vehicle is not launched yet in India till now.

    • Abhinav_Khandelwal has asked a question about Altroz EV

      Q. Do the claimed range of an EV in passenger car includes use of AC?

      • Cardekho_Experts
      • on 12 Mar 2019

      There is no update from the brand side about the full specification of the car yet. Read more. https://bit.ly/2TvmbCU

    • Satish_Cheruvathur has asked a question about Altroz

      Q. What is the difference between CVT and AMT? Which is better a CVT or AMT?

      • Cardekho_Experts
      • on 11 Mar 2019

      Automated Manual Transmission is the automation of the conventional manual transmission system. There is no big change in terms of design, basic principles in AMT as compared to a manual transmission. AMT only eliminates driver’s effort for the operation of clutch and gear shifting-selection as both are done automatically. In AMT, clutch and gear shifter-selector mechanism are operated by a hydraulically operated kit which is controlled by Transmission Control Unit. Shift shocks felt in manual transmissions are not eliminated in AMT. AMT provides a limited gear ratio i.e. 4/5/6 speed similar to a manual transmission. Whereas Continuous Variable Transmission, it replaces the gears with two variable-diameter pulleys, each shaped like a pair of opposing cones, with a metal belt or chain running between them. One pulley is connected to the engine and the other to the drive wheels. The halves of each pulley are movable; as the pulley halves come closer together the belt is forced to ride higher on the pulley, effectively making the pulley's diameter larger. In CVT engine is always operated at a favourable speed that gives best engine efficiency, whereas AMT engine is not continuously operated at a speed that gives out the best efficiency. Also in AMT, there is a drop in driving force during the gear shifting period that results in an unpleasant driving experience. For a CVT to be more fuel efficient than a manual, the driving must be very sedated and mostly constant speeds. For normal driving conditions, it may yield low fuel efficiency values. The CVT transmission is better because it has infinite gear ratio. Also, CVT is smoother than AMT.

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