The previous parts of Tata Motors saga were blogged here, here & here.

Finally, the vehicle was delivered on the 6th July. Unfortunately, the number plate was incorrect

Instead of MH 02 BR 4108 it was just 408 and that too both sides.

And, after so much of arguments they had left behind a key, which after due apologies they promised to deliver the next day.

The next day arrived soon after and besides a flurry of mails asking that “we heard that the car has been delivered” received a call from Mr. Shashank Mulye of Tata Motors who agreed, assured etc. and also generously waived off the Rs. 7000/-.

As things stand today, after a week having passed, the keys are still awaited. I am just unable to understand what exactly is wrong with Tata Motors?

Written by AD
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