Tata customers buying a car in the month of June can win anything from a backpack to a Tiago!
Home-grown automaker Tata Motors has announced a special benefits scheme for customers who buy a car from June 1 till June 30, 2017. The company says that it is an assured gift scheme where every customer who purchases a car from any of its dealerships is eligible for a gift card.
Except for the Xenon XT pick-up truck, customers buying any other Tata car, including the Tiago, Tigor, Nano, Indigo, Indica, Sumo, Sumo Gold, Safari, Safari Storme, Zest, Bolt and the Hexa are eligible for the assured gift scheme.
The list of gifts a customer can win include backpacks, power banks, wireless headphones, Bluetooth speakers and car vacuum cleaners. If you aren’t happy with that list, there’s plenty more. If you are really lucky, you can get your hands on an air fryer, gold vouchers worth Rs 4,000, Apple iPads, JBL Soundbars or a gold coin voucher worth Rs 1 lakh.
There is also a weekly bumper price, where a lucky draw winner will get a base-spec Tata Tiago (XE - Petrol). This scheme is over and above the assured gift promotional scheme. So you might end up with two gifts along with a new car.
As part of the terms and conditions, this promotional offer is open to all apart from the state of Tamil Nadu, employees of channel partner (outlet, dealers, distributors, sales executives, etc), employees of Tata Motors Ltd (TML) or their families. Even the employees of TML subsidiaries or their families and employees or families of HNS Events and Entertainment are not eligible for this scheme. Tata Motors will not pay the the insurance, RTO tax and gift tax applicable in the state at the time of the purchase. If you win and decide that you don’t want the bumper price, TML will not give any cash benefit for the same.
So there you have it. If you have been waiting for the right time to put your money on a Tata product, now might just be the best.
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