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Tata Motors to launch Tigor in Nepal

11 August 2017 | New Delhi
 

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Tata Motors today launched its compact sedan Tigor in Nepal at a starting price of NPR 23.45 lakh.

The company has introduced the model in the neighbouring country in association with its sole authorised distributor Sipradi Trading.

Johnny Oommen, Tata Motors Head, International Business, said in a statement, “With the launch of Tigor, we expand our product portfolio, invite new customers and reinforce our spirited comeback in the passenger vehicle market.”

Sipradi Trading President Saurya Rana said Tigor is a gem of a product from Tata Motors and the company expects it to do well in the Nepalese market.

   
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