most expensive car variants by Tata Motors

The most expensive car variants by Tata Motors – Accessories

Most expensive car variants by Tata Motors: Tata Motors has seen a significant uptick in sales in India recently. Products across a variety of pricing points have been selling well for the company. Tata has also used the tactic of releasing limited-edition variants of its vehicles. It’s true that there are many extras included in these limited editions, but the price has also gone up. Since Bangalore has India’s highest per-mile road charge, we’ll be utilising that figure for today’s post. The most expensive models offered by Tata Motors are featured in today’s piece.

Tata Motors variants – Safari XZA Plus Gold 6 seater

safari xza plus gold 6 seater
safari xza plus gold 6 seater

Tata Motors’ Safari is the company’s showpiece vehicle. Therefore, it has been given the flagship treatment by having multiple limited edition releases. At this time, the Safari XZA Plus Gold 6 Seater is the most expensive model available. In Bangalore, this model can be purchased for Rs 29.59 lakh (on-road). Exterior gold accents distinguish the Gold Edition. The interior has a dashboard styled after marble with gold accents. In addition, it now has a built-in air purifier, Bluetooth Android Auto and Apple Carplay, and ventilated seats in the first and second rows.

Harrier Kaziranga XZA Plus

Harrier Kaziranga XZA Plus
Harrier Kaziranga XZA Plus

Tata has just released the Harrier in a special Kaziranga trim. New for 2018 is a Grassland Beige paint job with Rhino branding. The dashboard has a wooden pattern on the inside. Ventilated seats, an air purifier, Bluetooth connectivity for both Android Auto and Apple CarPlay, and a wireless charging pad are just a few of the features included. Kaziranga XZA Plus may be purchased for Rs 27.61 lakh (on-road, Bangalore).

Nexon Kaziranga Plus (Premium) Diesel

Nexon Kaziranga Plus (Premium) Diesel
Nexon Kaziranga Plus (Premium) Diesel

Nexon is now Tata’s best-selling vehicle. Like the Harrier, it too received the Kaziranga edition update. The new Grassland Beige colour scheme and Rhino branding are included. The dashboard and the seats have been updated with new beige upholstery and a wooden finish. In terms of amenities, it gets ventilated seats, an air purifier and and auto-dimming IRVM along with other modern features. The asking price for this model is Rs. 17.26 million (on-road, Bangalore).

Nexon EV XZ Plus LUX Dark Edition

Nexon EV XZ Plus LUX Dark Edition
Nexon EV XZ Plus LUX Dark Edition

Its electric variant, like the Nexon, is getting a Dark Edition makeover. The outside of the “DARK” version is completely black, and it bears the word “DARK” in bold letters. Furthermore, it rides on alloy wheels with a dark finish. Blackout curtains are also used inside. The EV’s distinctive flair, though, is unaltered. There are no improvements made to it compared to the other versions. This model’s price is set at Rs 18,23 lakh.

Altroz XZ Plus Diesel Dark Edition

Altroz XZ Plus Diesel Dark Edition
Altroz XZ Plus Diesel Dark Edition

There is also a “Dark Edition” of the Altroz available. Similar to the Nexon EV Dark Edition, this one also features some skin deep alterations. There are new alloy wheels and a completely blacked-out bodywork. This model costs Rs. 12.16 million (on-road, Bangalore).

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Tata Accessories

Here is a table of Tata Motors accessories prices:

AccessoryPrice
Car matsRs. 500 – Rs. 1,000
Seat coversRs. 1,000 – Rs. 2,000
SunshadesRs. 200 – Rs. 500
Dashboard coversRs. 500 – Rs. 1,000
Roof racksRs. 2,000 – Rs. 5,000
Tow barsRs. 3,000 – Rs. 10,000
Car alarmsRs. 1,000 – Rs. 5,000
GPS navigation systemsRs. 5,000 – Rs. 10,000

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