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Tata Motors is a subsidiary of Tata Group, an Indian conglomerate founded by Jamshedji Tata in 1869. In 1945, Tata started manufacturing locomotives and since then has become a leading global manufacturing company, with the motto of Connecting Aspirations. It has an extensive range of cars, sports utility vehicles, trucks, buses and defense vehicles. To sell used Tata Cars, the company also has a platform to buy used Tata Cars and sell second hand Tata cars. Currently, Tata has ten cars on sale in India under three segments: hatchback, sedan, and SUV ranging from Rs 2.36 lakhs to Rs 15 lakhs (ex-showroom, New Delhi).
India’s largest and the only original equipment manufacturer, it offers an extensive range of integrated, smart and e-mobility solutions. The company, today, has a strong global network of subsidiaries and associate companies, including Jaguar Land Rover in the UK and Tata Daewoo in South Korea. It is present in over 175 countries, with a worldwide network comprising over 6,600 touch points.
Of all the factors one considers before buying a new car, resale value is one among the most vital. People these days change cars more frequently than before and therefore prefer if the car they are going to buy has a good resale value, which, of any car depends on various factors: brand, performance, exterior condition, interior condition, mechanical condition, drive-trains and seasonal demand, paint color, and mileage. Tata, being an Indian carmaker has an advantage in major factors when it comes to used Tata cars. Its parts are cheap and service centers can easily be found in any part of the country. As it has a low maintenance cost, people prefer Tata over many international brands—both first hand and Tata pre-owned cars. Cars like Zest and Bolt, in fact, have added stars to the company’s reputation, adding worth to its resale value.
• 1945: Manufacturing of locomotives and other engineering products
• 1959: Research and Development Centre set up at Jamshedpur
• 1991: Launch of the 1st indigenous passenger vehicle, Tata Sierra
• 1994: Launch of the 1st multi-utility vehicle, Tata Sumo, named after Sumant Moolgaokar, a former MD of Tata Motors
• 1998: Tata Safari – India’s 1st sports utility vehicle launched
• 1998: Indica – India’s first fully-indigenous car
• 2009: Tata Nano, every Indian’s car launched by Ratan Tata
• 2009: Launch of Jaguar Land Rover Range in India
• 2017: Introduced India’s first sports car - Racemo
• 2019: SUV Harrier launches
Formerly known as Tata Engineering and Locomotive Company Ltd, Tata Motors was established in 1945 as a branch of Tata Group to manufacture locomotives. It constructed its first commercial vehicle in 1954 after collaborating with Daimler Benz AG, which ended in 1969. The company, in 1991, entered the market of passenger vehicles with the launch of Sierra. Post-entering the passenger segment, the company became the first Indian company to manufacture a competitive automobile on its own and, grew up to acquire Daewoo Commercial Vehicles Company in 2004 and purchase Jaguar Land Rover from Ford in 2008. World famous football striker, Lionel Messi, became the company’s brand ambassador to endorse and promote Tata Motor passenger vehicles on a global level. Since then, even value of used Tata Cars has been uplifted.
The company has vehicle assembly operations in India, England, South Korea, Thailand, Spain, and South Africa, which, further are planned to extend in Turkey, Indonesia, and Eastern Europe.
Tata Motors has produced fifteen cars till date, including the world's cheapest car Nano, out of which ten are still on sale. Fifteen cars built by Tata are Indica, Indigo, Safari, Safari Strome, Winger, Nano, Telcoline, Xenon, Zest, Bolt, Tiago, Tigor, Hexa, Nexon, and Harrier. As of today, ten passenger cars which are sold under the Tata banner in India are:
Hatchbacks: Tiago, Bolt, GenX Nano
Sedans: Tigor, Zest
Sports Utility Vehicles: Harrier, Nexon, Hexa, Safari Strome, Sumo Gold
Tata cars are a common man’s cars. Though many people have not liked a few of its cars, it has always come up with strong rivals to the leading cars in India. It soon became a loved car because of its excellent fuel economy, powerful engine, spacious interiors, and an aggressive marketing strategy. Indica ruled the Indian market for years before the production ended and Safari had no competitor for long, a car that still stands on its reputation. Tata cars have always kept in mind the people, roads, and environment of its nation. Not the best, but used Tata cars still have a good resale value.
Few Factors that you can consider before buying a used Tata car or if you plan to sell used Tata cars are:
• Demand Vs Supply: Tata doesn’t have a totally flop car in its current segment.
• Poor after Sales Service: The company has 1000+ centers across India which makes it easy for the owners.
• Expensive after sales parts: As Tata Cars are built and assembled in India, there are no import duties on its parts, which makes the car parts and servicing cheaper.
• Fuel efficiency: The best thing about Tata Cars is its mileage. Tata old cars are still in demand because of this factor. Nano is considered to give the mileage of 25 kmpl. Imagine!
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