Tata Nexon EV available on limited-period subscription offer at Rs 34,900 per month

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The auto major comes out with the offer without the hassles of traditional vehicle ownership such as road tax and registration, insurance renewals, servicing and maintenance

Tata Motors on Monday announced a special ‘Electrifying Subscription’ offer on its electric SUV, Tata Nexon EV, for a limited-period, till November.

Available for the first 100 subscribers only, this offer allows customer to avail Nexon EV at an all-inclusive fixed rental starting at just Rs 34,900 per month, without the hassles of traditional vehicle ownership such as road tax and registration, insurance renewals, servicing and maintenance, the company said.

For Nexon EV, the discerning customers can select the tenure of their subscription from a minimum period of 12 months to 24 and 36 months. This service is being offered in 5 major cities – Delhi/NCR, Mumbai, Pune, Hyderabad and Bengaluru.

Offered in partnership with Orix Auto, this subscription package includes comprehensive insurance coverage, on-call 24×7 roadside assistance plus free maintenance with periodic servicing and doorstep delivery.

Moreover, customers will also get a complimentary personal EV charger that can be installed at their home or office, as deemed convenient. The facility can be easily accessed online with end-to-end support available.

Once the tenure of their subscription ends, customers can either choose to extend it or just return Nexon EV.

Announcing this, Pankaj Jhunja, Head- Mobility Services, Tata Motors, said, “Our new ‘Electrifying Subscription’ offer is designed with an aim to make EVs even more accessible to a rapidly growing base of future conscious citizens. It is ideal for customers preferring ‘usership’ over ownership amidst the rapidly growing phenomenon of shared economy.”

The Tata Nexon EV offer is customised and perfectly suited for corporates who prefer to lease, individuals with frequent inter-city job transfers, and expatriates who stay for a fixed tenure, among others.

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