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The Tata Bolt was launched in India January 2015 and replaced the aging Tata Indica Vista hatchback. Under the Horizon Next product strategy, the car was designed with the company's new Impact Design philosophy to compete against other hatchbacks like the Maruti Suzuki Swift, Hyundai Grand i10, Honda Brio and the likes. While the car is available in both petrol & diesel engine options, of late, the car has been losing out on the popularity contest. If reports are to be believed, Tata Motors have decided to launch the sports version of the Tata Tiago hatchback with a 120bhp petrol engine. Also Read - Nepal vs Netherlands T20I Live Stream Cricket Tri-Series: When And Where to Watch NEP vs NED Stream Live Cricket Match Online And Telecast on TV Match
Although being a great product with capable engines and decent performance, the Bolt hatchback has not been able to generate good sales for the company. In fact, the Tata Tiago small car has been a huge hit for the home-grown carmaker which has affected the sales of the Tata Bolt very badly. Recently we reported that Tata Motors is planning to stop the production of the Bolt hatchback. Also Read: Tata Bolt Hatchback could be taken of production line: Report Also Read - Delhi Weekend Lockdown: You Could Face Arrest, Trials For Flouting THESE COVID-19 Norms
Since its launch, the company has sold around 17000 units of Tata Bolt. As compared to its competitors like the Maruti Swift and the Hyundai Elite i20, the car sells around 900 units per month whereas the former two sell around 9000 units per month. The Tata Tiago has till now received over 40,000 bookings and is selling around 5000 units per month. The Tiago small hatchback currently demands a waiting period of 3 months.