Tata Motors sales up by massive 113 percent last month Feb 2021 sales, as a compared year-on-year basis, that’s highest ever in last 9 years from the home-grown brand.

* Tata registered 27,225 units in Feb 2021 

* Combined domestic and international sales stands at 61,365 units

* Total Domestic sales passengers as well as commercial, Stood at 58,473 units last month

 Tata Motors’ sales volume has been increasing exponentially in the last 7 to 8 months, courtesy of recent launches in the Hatchback and compact SUV segments. Tata Motors registered a three-digit positive sales growth on a year-on-year basis, as it sold 27,225 units last month against 12,430 units in the same period last year in Feb 2020 with a massive 119 percent positive sales growth. The Combined sales at domestic and international markets stood at 61,365 units against 40,619 units twelve months ago. In Jan 2021, the home-grown brand registered 26,978 units, leading a sales growth of 1 percent on a month-on-month basis. The Combined passenger and commercial sales for the domestic market stood at 58,473 units against 38,002 units in the same corresponding period last year, with a 54 percent sales growth. Compared on month-on-month basis sales surges by 1%, as 57,742 units were dispatched in Jan 2021. Tata Feb 2021 Sales.

As compared to commercial standards, Tata dispatched 33,966 units last month against 28,071 units in Feb 2020, with a 21 percent positive sales growth. Last year, Tata launched many new products and facelifts of the ongoing line-up. Tata launched premium hatchback Altroz, facelift of Tiago, Tigor, and Nexon along with the Harrier and Nexon electric version, courtesy of these new products Tata posts bigger sales number month by month. Recently Nexon EV awarded with a green car of the year 2021, and the most sold electric car of the year 2020, ahead of Hyundai Kona and MG ZS EVTata Feb 2021 Sales.

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Last week home-grown brand resurrected the safari nameplate and, as it came in the domestic market with 7-seater and 6-seater Iteration of Mid-Size SUV Harrier.  Safari offered a sole 2.0 Litre turbo Diesel engine which develops 170 PS of power and 350 Nm of peak torque. Transmission is paired with a 6-speed manual and 6-speed torque converter automatic gearbox system. The Future line-up for the brand is expected to be a new CNG version of Tiago and Tigor, which was seen on-road testing many times. Along, with the new micro-SUV HBX concept named Hornbill. It could get use 1.2 Litre petrol engine found in the Tiago, Tigor, and Altroz pairing with 5-speed MT and 5-Speed AMT.  

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