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Spied: Tata Harrier Diesel with automatic transmission

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Spied: Tata Harrier Diesel with automatic transmissionOct 15, 2018, 3:42 pm IST. Amidst various official teasers, the Tata Harrier has been spied with an automatic transmission for the first time. Tata Motors sources the Hexa’s 6L50 6-speed AT from Punch Powerglide Strasbourg (PPS) France, a former General Motors company. Tata is no stranger to borrowing engines from Fiat as the Zest and Bolt were both powered by Italian carmaker’s popular 1.3-litre MultiJet, albeit with the ‘Quadrajet’ badge. If the Kryotec is in fact a rebadged 2.0-litre MultiJet, expect it to be the 140PS version that will also power the upcoming Jeep Renegade compact SUV (will sit below the Compass).

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Tata Harrier SUV: Tata Motors starts booking for SUV Harrier for Rs 30,000. Here is how you can book online

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The SUV, based on the Omega platform of Jaguar Land Rover’s Discovery Sport car, has gained huge attraction from SUV lovers. If you are also one of them, you can now official lay claim on the SUV by just paying Rs 30,000 as a booking amount on the Tata motors website -- https://harrier.tatamotors.com/#home -- or by visiting authorised dealer of Tata Motors. To complete the booking, you will have to register though your email and mobile number, on which an OTP will be sent. Tata Motors had showcased the concept H5X SUV in Auto Expo 2018 in January and had later named it as Harrier in July. In terms of other features, touchscreen infotainment system, steering-mounted buttons, memory function for the front seats along with front parking sensors and a reversing camera are few to count on. In order to ensure safety, Harrier will have atleast six airbags as standard but there is a speculation of more depending upon Tata's commitment as adding more will turn out to be expensive.

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Tata Motors opens booking for its upcoming SUV Harrier - Tata Harrier bookings open

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Tata Motors on Monday announced that it has started accepting bookings of its SUV Harrier from today. You can now official lay claim on the SUV by just paying Rs 30,000 as a booking amount on the Tata motors website or by visiting authorised dealer of Tata Motors. To complete the booking, you will have to register though your email and mobile number, on which an OTP will be sent. Tata Harrier is also expected to share the Discovery Sports' 2,741mm wheelbase and its off-roading capabilities. While no official figurs on power output is known, a diesel engine from Fiat Chrysler Automobiles' will be used in Harrier.

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#MeToo hits Tata Motors, Mumbai executive sent on leave

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Mumbai: Tata Motors Ltd has sent its chief of corporate communications on leave following allegations of inappropriate behaviour with female employees, as the global #MeToo movement hit the Indian corporate world after first shaking up Bollywood and some media houses. The Indian owner of Jaguar Land Rover, in a Twitter post, said it has asked Suresh Rangarajan “to proceed on leave in order to allow for an objective enquiry to be completed as swiftly as possible”. On Thursday, an Indian journalist posted screenshots on her Twitter account of allegations against the Tata executive, leading to the move by the automaker. Tata Motors has always “striven to ensure a respectful and safe workplace for everyone,” the Mumbai-based company’s human resources department said in a Twitter post.

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Wednesday, October 10


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Tata Motors launches next generation of compact sedan Tigor

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Tata Motors launches next generation of compact sedan Tigor By IANS | Mumbai | Last Updated at October 11 2018 00:10 IST. Automobile manufacturer Tata Motors on Wednesday launched the next generation of compact sedan -- Tata Tigor -- in both petrol and diesel variants. According to Tata Motors, the petrol variant is priced between Rs 5.20 lakh and Rs 6.65 lakh, while the diesel-powered version's cost ranges between Rs 6.09 lakh and Rs 7.38 lakh. "The compact sedan segment has been an important space for the customers seeking premium-ness at best value coupled with bold and attractive looks," Guenter Butschek, CEO and MD, Tata Motors said in a statement.

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Tata Motors: Rupee depreciation: Tata Motors to take a call on price hike later this year

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NEW DELHI: Even as rupee depreciation is adding to the stress in the automobile market, Tata Motors. The company, which introduced an upgraded version of its compact sedan Tigor priced between Rs 5.20 lakh and Rs 7.38 lakh (ex-showroom), is also looking at launching a premium hatchback next year to widen its product offering. "That's a stress. Till a point we can absorb and we will absorb, but otherwise we are running a sustainable project and we have to win sustainably," Tata Motors President, Passenger Vehicles Business Unit, Mayank Pareek told PTI. On Tuesday, the rupee slumped by 33 paise to finish at a fresh lifetime low of 74.39 against the US dollar on high crude oil prices, strengthening of the greenback and unabated foreign fund outflows. When asked if the company planned to pass on the impact to customers, he said, "We will watch but for the festive season we would not like to disturb the pricing."

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Rupee depreciation: Tata Motors to take a call on price hike later this year

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"That's a stress. Till a point we can absorb and we will absorb, but otherwise we are running a sustainable project and we have to win sustainably," Tata Motors President, Passenger Vehicles Business Unit, Mayank Pareek told PTI. Pareek further said, "We have about 25-30 per cent import content both directly and indirectly." On Tuesday, the rupee slumped by 33 paise to finish at a fresh lifetime low of 74.39 against the US dollar on high crude oil prices, strengthening of the greenback and unabated foreign fund outflows. When asked if the company planned to pass on the impact to customers, he said, "We will watch but for the festive season we would not like to disturb the pricing." In the second quarter, when the industry PV sales have declined by 3.2 per cent, Tata Motors grew by 19.1 per cent, he added.

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Tata Motors drives in new Tigor at Rs 5.20 lakh

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Tata Motors drives in new Tigor at Rs 5.20 lakh. The petrol variants of the model are priced between Rs 5.20 lakh and Rs 6.65 lakh, while the diesel trims are tagged between Rs 6.09 lakh and Rs 7.38 lakh. "The compact sedan segment has been an important space for customers seeking premium-ness at best value coupled with bold and attractive looks," Tata Motors CEO and MD Guenter Butschek said. The petrol variants of the new Tigor are powered by 1.2 litre engine while the diesel trims come with 1.05 litre power-train.

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Why Tata Motors' Shares Are Down Over 11% Today

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Shares of Indian automaker Tata Motors (NYSE: TTM) fell sharply on Tuesday morning, after the company announced that its important Jaguar Land Rover subsidiary will cut production after a sharp drop in sales in China. As of 12 p.m. EDT, Tata's shares were trading at $12.72, down about 11.4% from Monday's closing price. So what. Tata Motors is India's largest maker of commercial vehicles (trucks and buses), but much of its revenue comes from its Jaguar Land Rover subsidiary (JLR), which it purchased from Ford Motor Company (NYSE: F) in 2008. Tata Motors' Jaguar Land Rover subsidiary will cut production at two U.K. factories in response to a sales slump in China. In response, JLR said it will cut production at two factories in the U.K. Its Solihull plant will be idled for two weeks, starting on Oct. 22, and its Castle Bromwich factory will shift to a three-day work week (down from five) until the beginning of December. Because automakers book revenue when vehicles are shipped (not when they're sold), it's likely that those production cuts will put significant dents in Tata's revenue and operating profits in the quarter that will end on Dec. 31.

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Tata Motors global sales up 6 pc in Sept

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Tata Motors global sales up 6 pc in Sept By Press Trust of India | New Delhi | Last Updated at October 09 2018 20:20 IST. Tata Motors Tuesday reported 6 per cent rise in global sales, including that of Jaguar Land Rover (JLR), to 1,23,577 units in last month. Global wholesale units of all Tata Motors' commercial vehicles and Tata Daewoo range in September 2018 stood at 52,018 units, up 25 per cent from 41,503 units in September 2017, it said. The company's global sales of all the passenger vehicles were at 71,559 units, down by 4 per cent from 74,916 units in September 2017.

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