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      Tata Tigor

      Tata Tigor 2022 Price

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      ₹ 5.82 - 8.45 lakh

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      11,810 for 5 Years

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      Tata Tigor Key Specifications

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      Price

      ₹ 5.82 - 8.45 Lakh
      Fuel Type icon

      Fuel Type

      Petrol, CNG
      Mileage icon

      Mileage

      20.3 km/l
      Seating Capacity icon

      Seating Capacity

      5 People
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      Safety Rating

      4 Star (Global NCAP)
      Warranty icon

      Warranty

      2 Years or 75000 km
      Engine Size icon

      Engine Size

      1199 cc
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      Transmission

      Manual, AMT
      Size icon

      Size

      3993 mm L X 1677 mm W X 1532 mm H
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      Fuel Tank

      35L, 60L
      Ground Clearance (mm) icon

      Ground Clearance (mm)

      170 mm

      Tigor Expert Rating

      Engine and PerformanceStar Icon 8.5/10
      Ride and HandlingStar Icon 8/10
      ExteriorStar Icon 7.5/10
      Comfort, convenience and featuresStar Icon 7.5/10
      ConclusionStar Icon 8/10

      Tigor Expert Review

      Petrol CNG

      Opening

      Automatic transmission cars are becoming a popular choice among buyers in the entry-level segment. Once it was the forte of a much higher price bracket. But today, with growing traffic woes and a road system unable to cope with the demand, having someone else doing the shifting for you seems like a boon.

      That’s where the Tata Tigor in this AMT (automated manual transmission) guise comes in. It’s a two pedal version of the Indian automaker’s entry-level compact sedan and was launched here in November 2017. You can have it either in the mid-level XTA trim or the top spec XZA which is what we have driven in the review.

      Appearance Exterior

      In terms of external appearance, there are no changes to the looks of the Tata Tigor in this AMT guise. The face is dominated by the large black grille and smoked headlamps while in profile, the car continues with the notchback or ‘Styleback’ design as Tata has termed it.

      It looks particularly European in its appearance thanks to the bright colour schemes and design of the alloy wheels. In fact, this is one of those few cars that has managed to overcome the awkwardness of the compact sedan philosophy thanks to the rear roofline.

      The rear gets a nice chrome strip above the number plate holder and a black insert in the bumper which contrasts well with the rest of the rear design. The automatic spec badging is visible at the rear and externally this is the only sign that this car is a two-pedal model.

      Appearance Interior

      he minimal change theme has been carried over to the interior too. You get the same layout, two-tone colour scheme, elements and space inside the cabin of the Tigor AMT as compared to its manual counterpart.

      The AMT spec XZA model gets a modified gear lever and a revised instrument cluster as a part of the changes. The gear lever has been covered in black fabric and been given a chrome bezel to match the chrome laden base. The dials get big displays while the upper-most section of the trip computer’s display now accommodates the gear readout.

      Performance Drive

      Powering the Tata Tigor AMT is the Indian automaker’s 1.2-litre three-cylinder unit. It produces 84bhp/140Nm with power going to the front wheels via a five-speed AMT setup. This is the same box used in the Tiago AMT and its arrival in the Tigor seems like the next logical step and is pretty much at the heart of what is going on here.

      After driving the Tiago AMT, this definitely feels like an improvement as harshness and vibrations have reduced. The rocking movement associated with budget AMTs has reduced quite a bit but you do still feel some jerkiness when you get off the line.

      There are two driving modes on offer with the Tigor AMT- City and Sport which alter the response of the throttle and gearbox accordingly. In City mode, the shifts take place at a lower RPM and it’s designed in such a way that you are always in the meat of the torque band. Go in a for a quick overtake and since it’s a mode that favours efficiency over performance, the shifts feel slow and there is significant delay between you mashing the throttle, gears dropping and the engine spinning up to give you some punch.

      Things improve in the sport mode as the gearbox allows you to hold the revs for a longer period and build up more steam as required. However, once you hit redline the system automatically upshifts to the next gear. Revving the engine hard produces a nice little note and can be a nice little thing to egg you on when you want to up the pace.

      There’s a creep function which allows the car to inch along at slow speeds and is a useful tool for bumper-to-bumper traffic as well as a manual mode for when you want to control the shifts yourself and induce engine braking for stopping better.

      In terms of ride and handling, nothing has changed from the manual variants of the compact sedan. The Tigor’s slightly stiff setup performs admirably over bad roads and will take most potholes and imperfections without unsettling the car. It’s got lovely straight line stability and out on the highway, it can eat away the kilometres without struggling too much. In the spirit of bring a mildly powered front wheel drive car, it will understeer when you hit the limits of grip and it is best if you glide the car from turn to turn rather than forcing it to go through the corners.

      Tech Specs

      Make TATA
      Model Tigor
      Fuel Petrol
      Variant XZA
      Engine Capacity 1.2-litre
      Max. Power (bhp@rpm) 84@ 6000
      Max. torque (Nm@rpm) 114 @ 3500
      Gears  Five
      Length mm 3992
      Width mm 1677
      Height mm 1537
      Wheelbase mm 2450
      Fuel Capacity (in litres) 35
      Tyre size 175/ 60 R15

      Features

      Features  
      2-DIN music system Yes
      419-litre boot Yes
      2 Drive modes Yes
      All black interiors  Yes
      Projector headlamps  Yes

      Competition All Specs

      Make Maruti Suzuki TATA
      Model Swift Tigor
      Fuel Petrol Petrol
      Variant Vxi AMT XZA
      Engine Capacity 1.2-litre 1.2-litre
      Max. Power (bhp@rpm) 82 @ 6000 84@ 6000
      Max. torque (Nm@rpm) 113 @ 4200 114 @ 3500
      Gears  Five Five
      Length mm 3840 3992
      Width mm 1735 1677
      Height mm 1530 1537
      Wheelbase mm 2450 2450
      Fuel Capacity (in litres) 37 35
      Tyre size 165/80 R14 175/ 60 R15

      Conclusion

      The Tata Tigor AMT is available in two variants- XZA and XTA - and they are priced (at the time of writing this review) at Rs 6.47 lakhs and Rs 5.87 lakhs (Ex-showroom Delhi) respectively. The Tigor as a product is a unique offering as there are currently no other compact sedans or for that matter automatic sedans in this part of the market. It’s quite good looking and with its unique styling, it will standout out in the crowd.  That being said, there are issues with plastic quality as well as lack of features like a touchscreen system as well as climate control and for a car that is priced at Rs 7.40 lakhs (on-road Delhi) it will make buyers think twice.

       

      Photographs: Kapil Angane 

      Long Term Report Review

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      We have had the Tata Tigor in the CarTrade garage for three months and it has been a constant companion through all our shoot endeavors. The car went in for a round of servicing to repair a choked airbox for climate control unit. In that time, Tata also repaired a broken bonnet stand which had come lose during usage. The AC is back to functioning completely, though we feel that cooling is still not as good as when the car arrived into our garage three months ago.

       

      The return of the car from the service centre coincided with a row of vacation days and I decided to take my annual holiday to my hometown. My trip from Navi Mumbai to the Malvan region and back took me over good roads, bad roads and some that even a commercial vehicle driver would think twice before venturing onto.

      Here on these pockmarked patches the Tigor’s suspension came alive and was able to absorb everything thrown at without losing its composure. The trick I discovered is to keep going with a constant pace over a majority of imperfections and only slow down when there was pot hole or bump that would affect the bumpers.

      The 1.05-litre diesel engine, while having a decent amount of mid-level grunt, is quite audible and you can really feel the gravelly tone when you are pushing the car into three digit speeds. Lack of refinement apart, the car has excelled fuel efficiency and gave me 20kmpl on the highway and 17kmpl in city conditions. What’s surprising, these numbers have stayed constant even with a fully loaded boot and five people/ four people with doggy in the car.
      In terms of handling, the Tigor is softly sprung and this is evident in the way it handles. There is straight line stability at highway speeds but through the corners, it tends to roll with the steering, not weighing up accurately. It is best then to stay away from quick direction changes and let the car glide from point-to-point while doing the turns.

      Our shoot schedule has been quite tight this month and this means the car has spent a lot of time shuttling on my daily commute route from the office to my home and back. This has given me an idea of how the car will perform in daily city driving conditions which I shall address in my next report.

      Photos by Kaustubh Gandhi 

      Long Term Report Review

      Opening

      The Tata Tigor Revotorq has been in the CarTrade Long Term garage for more than a month now and since the last report covered the car in general, this month we have decided to look at the interiors. On the face of it, the Tigor is quite small but when you step inside the cabin, you would be quite amazed by the space offered inside.

      Tata is known to carve out pounds of space where inches are hard to find and that is true with the Tigor. Though the width is less, three people can still sit comfortably staggered in the back. The seats are comfortable as well, and I do not remember if I was ever in discomfort while driving. The height adjustment allows all the different-sized drivers of the edit team fit in. When six-footers like Ameya or Pratheek are driving the car during shoots, there is enough space for me to scoot around the cabin untethered to find the perfect shots.

      Coming to which, the rear windows could have been bigger. While that would have let me have enough space to wriggle out from, my little daughter would also be happier if she could sit in the back and peep out of the windows. That apart, the field of vision from the driver’s seat is quite wide. Modern safety rules ensure that the A-pillars are as fat as they can get, it still allows a good view of all-four corners of the car.

      The Harmann touchscreen system is handy and makes sure it doesn’t need me to take my hands off the wheel, courtesy – steering mounted audio controls. Also the bunch of cubby holes, bottle and cup holders also double up as my lens holders when I am shooting. The fit and finish of the panels has improved by leaps and bounds when compared to Tata cars even five years ago and that is really good. But Tata needs to walk that extra mile to make sure the quality norms are adhered to very strictly.

      Now that you know how it feels to be inside the car, I will deliberate, in my next report, on how it performs in my daily commute to the shoot locations and occasionally to a place called office.

      Photos: Kapil Angane

      Long Term Report Review

      Opening

      In our latest avatar, Tata cars have been a significant part of the CarTrade long-term garage. Over the last two years, we have had everything from the bug-eyed Tata Nano all the way to the massive Tata Safari Storme plonk themselves in our parking bays. Now, we have added another one to the list and this time it’s the latest from the Tata stable - the Tigor compact sedan. It’s their second option in the entry-level B-segment and the first sedan to make its way here.

      On the plate
      Since it’s our first time with the car, here are some of the fact and figures to put into context what we are working with here. It’s powered by the same 1.1-litre three-cylinder diesel engine found in the Tiago which produces 69bhp/140Nm with power going to the front wheels via a five-speed manual.


      Our Tigor is a Revotorq XZ (O) variant, which makes it the top-of-the-line diesel variant that is on offer and so you get a decent kit for a car priced at Rs 6.87 lakh (ex-showroom Delhi). To put this into perspective, this is the price range for mid-level variants of the next rung of compact sedans.


      The feature list comprises a 5.0-inch touchscreen system, climate control, rake adjustment for the steering, cooled glove box and a grey and black cabin which is dead similar to the one found in the Tiago. In addition to that, you also get decent smart phone compatibility in the form of a Connect Next suite which amounts to an infotainment tag on the feature list.

      How do I plan to use the car?
      Well, given that I am the Editorial Team’s chief photographer, it should be pretty obvious that the Tigor is my chariot to our various photo shoots. Its, USP, the 419-litre boot with gas mounted struts already looks promising as it comfortably swallows up my vast array of shoot equipment and with space to spare for additional bags to be accommodated.


      My time spent behind the wheel indicates that this car has a decent ability to cruise. I should be able to paint you a better picture of it once I do a month´s worth of 50 km-long daily commutes from home to office and vice-versa. The Maharashtra monsoon madness means that a road trip to my home town with my family (dog et al) in South Maharashtra is on the cards, so expect some green and grey visuals from me soon!
      I’ll be back next month with my first usage update on the Tigor and here I should be able to give you an idea of running costs as well as ride quality, so check this space again next month!

      Photos: Kapil Angane

      Is Tigor a Good Car?

      Overall Score : 89%

      Based on 312 User Ratings

      Tigor has received a very favourable 89% approval rating based on 312 user reviews.

      What users like the most about Tigor?

      Styling

      91%

      Comfort

      90%

      Value for Money

      89%

      Performance

      85%

      Mileage

      83%

      Tata Tigor Price List

      Find a list of all 8 petrol and 3 CNG versions of Tata Tigor. This table includes on-road price which covers all costs like RTO and Insurance.

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      Tigor Versions Ex-showroom Price Compare
      Petrol, 1199 cc, Manual, 20.3 kmpl tooltip
      Fuel Type: Petrol
      Engine: 1199 cc (Higher engine size helps to generate more power)
      Transmission: Manual (In a manual transmission car, the driver has to manually shift gears)
      Mileage: 20.3 kmpl (ARAI reported mileage)
      ₹ 5.82 Lakh
      Key features: Steering Adjustment, Average Fuel Consumption Display, Gear Shift Indicator Display, Front Only Power Windows, Power Steering
      Petrol, 1199 cc, Manual, 20.3 kmpl tooltip
      Fuel Type: Petrol
      Engine: 1199 cc (Higher engine size helps to generate more power)
      Transmission: Manual (In a manual transmission car, the driver has to manually shift gears)
      Mileage: 20.3 kmpl (ARAI reported mileage)
      ₹ 6.33 Lakh
      Key features: Visual display Parking Assist, Integrated Music System, Steering Adjustment, Average Fuel Consumption Display, Gear Shift Indicator Display
      Petrol, 1199 cc, Manual, 20.3 kmpl tooltip
      Fuel Type: Petrol
      Engine: 1199 cc (Higher engine size helps to generate more power)
      Transmission: Manual (In a manual transmission car, the driver has to manually shift gears)
      Mileage: 20.3 kmpl (ARAI reported mileage)
      ₹ 6.82 Lakh
      Key features: Push Button Start, Alloy Wheels, Steering Mounted Controls, Touch-screen Display, Visual display Parking Assist
      Petrol, 1199 cc, AMT, 20.3 kmpl tooltip
      Fuel Type: Petrol
      Engine: 1199 cc (Higher engine size helps to generate more power)
      Transmission: AMT
      Mileage: 20.3 kmpl (ARAI reported mileage)
      ₹ 6.92 Lakh
      Key features: Visual display Parking Assist, Integrated Music System, Steering Adjustment, Average Fuel Consumption Display, Front & Rear Power Windows
      Petrol, 1199 cc, Manual, 20.3 kmpl tooltip
      Fuel Type: Petrol
      Engine: 1199 cc (Higher engine size helps to generate more power)
      Transmission: Manual (In a manual transmission car, the driver has to manually shift gears)
      Mileage: 20.3 kmpl (ARAI reported mileage)
      ₹ 7.42 Lakh
      Key features: Push Button Start, Alloy Wheels, Steering Mounted Controls, Touch-screen Display, Reverse Camera Parking Assist
      Petrol, 1199 cc, Manual, 20.3 kmpl tooltip
      Fuel Type: Petrol
      Engine: 1199 cc (Higher engine size helps to generate more power)
      Transmission: Manual (In a manual transmission car, the driver has to manually shift gears)
      Mileage: 20.3 kmpl (ARAI reported mileage)
      ₹ 7.55 Lakh
      Key features: Push Button Start, Alloy Wheels, Steering Mounted Controls, Touch-screen Display, Reverse Camera Parking Assist
      CNG, 1199 cc, Manual tooltip
      Fuel Type: CNG
      Engine: 1199 cc (Higher engine size helps to generate more power)
      Transmission: Manual (In a manual transmission car, the driver has to manually shift gears)
      ₹ 7.73 Lakh
      Key features: Push Button Start, Alloy Wheels, Steering Mounted Controls, Touch-screen Display, Visual display Parking Assist
      Petrol, 1199 cc, AMT, 20.3 kmpl tooltip
      Fuel Type: Petrol
      Engine: 1199 cc (Higher engine size helps to generate more power)
      Transmission: AMT
      Mileage: 20.3 kmpl (ARAI reported mileage)
      ₹ 8.02 Lakh
      Key features: Push Button Start, Alloy Wheels, Steering Mounted Controls, Touch-screen Display, Reverse Camera Parking Assist
      Petrol, 1199 cc, AMT, 20.3 kmpl tooltip
      Fuel Type: Petrol
      Engine: 1199 cc (Higher engine size helps to generate more power)
      Transmission: AMT
      Mileage: 20.3 kmpl (ARAI reported mileage)
      ₹ 8.15 Lakh
      Key features: Push Button Start, Alloy Wheels, Steering Mounted Controls, Touch-screen Display, Reverse Camera Parking Assist
      CNG, 1199 cc, Manual tooltip
      Fuel Type: CNG
      Engine: 1199 cc (Higher engine size helps to generate more power)
      Transmission: Manual (In a manual transmission car, the driver has to manually shift gears)
      ₹ 8.33 Lakh
      Key features: Push Button Start, Alloy Wheels, Steering Mounted Controls, Touch-screen Display, Reverse Camera Parking Assist
      CNG, 1199 cc, Manual tooltip
      Fuel Type: CNG
      Engine: 1199 cc (Higher engine size helps to generate more power)
      Transmission: Manual (In a manual transmission car, the driver has to manually shift gears)
      ₹ 8.45 Lakh
      Key features: Push Button Start, Alloy Wheels, Steering Mounted Controls, Touch-screen Display, Reverse Camera Parking Assist

      Tata Tigor Price in Popular Cities

      6.91 - 9.61 Lakh
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      Tata Tigor Expert Review

      Ninad Ambre
      by Ninad Ambre

      Tata Tigor i-CNG First Drive Review

      Tata Motors wants to leave no stone unturned and has launched a new i-CNG series of its Tiago and the Tigor

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      Tata Tigor Expert Review

      Tata Tigor i-CNG First Drive Review

      • CNG cheaper to run
      • Extended driving range

      • Long queues for CNG filling
      • Reduced boot space

      Tata Tigor Engine Shot

      The Tigor CNG is powered by the brand's proven 1.2-litre three-cylinder, Revotron petrol engine mated to a five-speed manual gearbox. While the petrol version is rated at 84bhp and 114Nm of torque, the CNG version is tuned to produce 72bhp and 95Nm of torque. On paper, it is less powerful, but before you label it as underpowered, we'll tell you how it's in our day-to-day driving conditions.

      Tata Tigor Bootspace

      First, most CNG-fitted cars have to be started in petrol mode. But this one can be directly started in the CNG mode. At the touch of a button, you do have the option of switching from petrol to CNG and vice-versa. It also has an in-built feature to automatically switch to the other fuel if one goes low. And a single advanced ECU is being used for quicker response and faster change of fuel. Tata Motors also claims the CNG alone can add up to 300km of range. The ARAI-claimed economy is 26.49 km/kg. Now, this will vary according to the driving conditions. Yet, it will add to the overall range. Moreover, the focus is on affordability especially with the constant fuel price hikes. The CNG version will most definitely be more economical option than petrol or diesel.

      Tata Tigor Left Front Three Quarter

      The car still remains silent, gets off the line easily, and makes steady progress. In fact, I even tried it on an up-slope and it had no issue in climbing. It doesn't have a strong bottom-end, but thankfully the power delivery feels linear and even the throttle response never felt abrupt. Yes, the lack of abundant torque makes you shift gears more often. The throws are not short but the good thing is that the clutch is light, and the gears slot in nicely. Overall, it does its job effectively in cities, where it will run mostly. For its performance in ghats and with more people aboard, we'll ascertain that when it comes to us for a road test. We'll also get to know about its real-world fuel economy through our city and highway runs then.

      Tata Tigor Left Side View

      The ground clearance of this version when unladen is 165mm. Tata Motors has also retuned the suspension to account for the additional weight of the CNG kit. It still does ride well like its petrol derivative absorbing kickbacks from broken roads and potholes. It cleared all speed-breakers without any hassle and all kinds of undulations we faced on our short stint with it. Well, the steering was never meant for sporty driving and this one too has slack at the dead centre position. Still, it's light and makes the car easy to drive, one of the key points for a city car like this. The front-disc rear-drum set-up works well, with a good progressive pedal feel too.

      Tata Tigor Front View

      On the outside, there's no particular change to report about, apart from the addition of new red colour and small badges to differentiate it from the standard car. Still, if you notice closely, this one rides on 14-inch steel wheels with wheel covers. On the other hand, the top-spec petrol version gets 15-inch alloys.

      Tata Tigor Dashboard

      Now, the interior layout, as you must have seen, is the same as the petrol version. The visual changes are in terms of colour, the addition of the CNG switch, and an indication on the instrument cluster. Tata Motors has used a black and beige theme with new upholstery. No there's no leather, or soft-touch elements as such, and the seats continue to be adorned in fabric but in a new pattern. The dashboard layout and buttons placement are unchanged again, with everything quite handy including storage and stowage slots. Then, the infotainment system with Harman speakers is a fairly nice setup for one's entertainment. And of course, it's compatible with Android Auto and Apple CarPlay.

      Tata Tigor Front Row Seats

      Lest we forget, apart from the long list of features retained from the petrol version, this new top-spec XZ+ trim also gets automatic projector headlamps and rain-sensing wipers. Also, there's no compromise on safety and stainless steel has been used for leak proofing and for preventing rusting and corrosion of the tank. Other safety features like dual airbags, ABS, EBD, corner stability control, and many more are standard fitment.

      Tata Tigor Second Row Seats

      Even in the second row, there are no alterations to house the CNG kit or anything. The backrest angle is the same, knee-room, headroom, and comfort remains unaffected. This also means the seats are quite comfortable for two occupants and the rear bench can accommodate another person if needed. It doesn't feel claustrophobic here and occupants will like to be here whether they're running errands, are on a short excursion, or even on a long trip. However, with the incorporation of the CNG kit here, the boot space has been affected. But since this is a sedan, the good thing is you still have space to put in some of your bags.

      Tata Tigor Open Boot/Trunk

      Tata Tigor Right Front Three Quarter

      The Tigor's design, performance, safety, and technology is well-appreciated in our market. Now, Tata Motors has built on these strengths for the development of this CNG version. We believe the biggest advantage of getting a company-fitted CNG kit over a retro-fitted one is that the manufacturer and its authorised dealers take care of its service. You don't need to run to a different service provider for the CNG service and validation.

      Tata Tigor Left Side View

      To give you an in-depth idea of pricing, here's a variant-wise break-up. The Tigor's CNG version starts at Rs 7.69 lakh for the entry-level XZ variant, while the top-spec dual-tone XZ+ version costs Rs 8.41 lakh. So, the Tigor has three variants while the Tiago gets five variants starting with the base XE for Rs 6.09 lakh. Its top-spec CNG version is the XZ+ dual-tone trim priced at Rs 7.64 lakh (all prices are ex-showroom). So, the price bracket ascertains that the Tigor is a reasonably priced compact sedan. Its base version is similarly priced to its only rival, the Hyundai Aura, wherein CNG isn't offered in its top-spec model. On the other hand, the Tigor is offered in more variants and with more features. Now, that's one differentiating factor that should attract more buyers.

      Pictures by Kaustubh Gandhi

      User Reviews for Tigor

        3.8

        Overall

        4

        Exterior

        3.8

        Interior

        3.8

        Ride Qlty

      • 03/04/2022 09:02:16 | Prateek Gangwani

        Buying experience - it took 6 weeks to deliver the car post booking. Waiting time should be less Driving experience - excellent. Great steering control, auto fold/adjustable orvm adds cherry on cake Front look and side look is great. Rear look can be improved. Servicing - upto the mark. Minimum maintenance required Pro - good fuel efficiency 25/kg cng, can start on cng directly, good visibility in night Cons - rear ac vent should be available, arm rest not available, little bit noisy, interior could have been bit more premium

        Mileage Details

        • Mileage (City) 25 kmpl
        • Mileage (Highway) 30 kmpl
        • Maintenance 500 per month

        User ratings

        • 4

          Exterior

        • 4

          Interior

        • 5

          Ride Qlty

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      • 02/22/2022 20:09:33 | Sandeep Kumar

        Its wonderful car , value for money car, driver comfortable, passenger also too much comfortable, overall performance is best in this segment, highly recommend for this car

        Mileage Details

        • Mileage (City) 21 kmpl
        • Mileage (Highway) 25 kmpl
        • Maintenance 1000 per month

        User ratings

        • 5

          Exterior

        • 5

          Interior

        • 5

          Ride Qlty

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      • 08/20/2021 18:22:37 | Partha Sarathi guha

        very good car good mileage in economy mode is just fantastic interior quality, Space, legroom. looks are very good and ac and music system quality best in class no doubt.

        Mileage Details

        • Mileage (City) 15 kmpl
        • Mileage (Highway) 21 kmpl
        • Maintenance 1000 per month

        User ratings

        • 4

          Exterior

        • 5

          Interior

        • 4

          Ride Qlty

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      • 07/30/2020 16:10:14 | Pravesh Saraogi

        Whats Good

        Nothing

        What Can Improve

        Driving Quality

        The car is full of "jerks" while driving. The car should be scrapped and company should work on the jerks and re launch. The Service and Technical people of company themselves agree that "Jerk" is the characteristic of AMT cars.

        Mileage Details

        • Mileage (City) 9 kmpl
        • Mileage (Highway) 10 kmpl
        • Maintenance 2000 per month

        User ratings

        • 3

          Exterior

        • 1

          Interior

        • 1

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      Tigor FAQs

      The on-road price of the Tata Tigor in Delhi starts at ₹ 5.82 Lakh for the petrol engine. Meanwhile, the top end model (Tigor XZA Plus Dual Tone) with petrol engine is priced at ₹ 8.15 Lakh.
      The on-road price of the Tata Tigor in Delhi starts at ₹ 7.73 Lakh for the CNG engine. Meanwhile, the top end model (Tigor XZ Plus CNG Dual Tone) with CNG engine is priced at ₹ 8.45 Lakh.
      Tata Tigor XZA Plus Dual Tone is the highest priced and boasts the most number of features. The Tata Tigor XZ Plus is also loaded with all the required features. You can compare the feature list of Tigor XZA Plus Dual Tone and Tigor XZ Plus to find the best suited version for you.
      The ARAI reported mileage of Tata Tigor is 20.3 kmpl.
      Tata Tigor comes with a 1199 cc Petrol engine and the price starts at ₹ 5.82 Lakh in Delhi. Whereas Hyundai Aura comes with a 1197 cc Petrol engine and starts with a price tag of ₹ 6.00 Lakh in Delhi. You can compare Tata Tigor and Hyundai Aura and chose the right car for you.

      Quick Facts about Tata Tigor

      Tata Tigor, a CompactSedan, is available from ₹ 5.82 - 8.45 Lakh in India. Tata offers the latest Tigor in 11 versions in India. The base model XE starts at ₹ 5.82 Lakh in Delhi and the top model XZ Plus CNG Dual Tone priced at ₹ 8.45 Lakh in Delhi. If you are looking for 5 seater car then you should consider Tigor.

      Tigor comes in 8 Petrol version (s) and 3 CNG version (s).

      The Petrol version comes with 1199cc engine capacity and Manual,AMT transmission mode(s). It generates 84 bhp @ 6000 rpm.

      The CNG version comes with 1199cc engine capacity and Manual transmission mode(s). It generates 72 bhp @ 6000 rpm.

      Tata Tigor comes in 5 colors which include Opal White, Daytona Grey, Arizona Blue, Magnetic Red, Pure Silver.

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      Tigor Specifications

      Note: Specifications for Tigor XE have been mentioned

      Engine & Performance
      Fuel Type
      Petrol
      Transmission
      Manual - 5 Gears
      Mileage - ARAI Reported
      20.3
      Driving Range (km)
      711
      Engine
      1199 cc, 3 Cylinders Inline, 2 Valves/Cylinder, SOHC
      Engine Type
      Revotron 1.2 L
      Peak Power (bhp@rpm)
      84 bhp @ 6000 rpm
      Peak Torque (Nm@rpm)
      113 Nm @ 3300 rpm
      Drivetrain
      FWD
      Emission Standard
      BS 6
      -
      -
      Steering, Tyres, & Suspnsions
      Steering Type
      Power assisted (Electric)
      Minimum Turning Radius
      5.1
      Suspension - Front
      Independent , Lower wishbone , McPherson ( dual path ) strut type
      Suspension - Rear
      Rear Twist beam with coil spring mounted on hydraulic shock absorbers.
      Wheels Type
      Steel Rims
      Tyres Size - Front
      175 / 65 R14
      Tyres Size - Rear
      175 / 65 R14
      Spare Wheel
      Steel
      -
      Size, Weight, & Dimensions
      Bootspace / Dicky Capacity (L)
      419
      Fuel Tank Capacity (L)
      35
      Passenger Capacity
      5
      Length (mm)
      3993
      Width (mm)
      1677
      Height (mm)
      1532
      Wheelbase (mm)
      2450
      Ground Clearance (mm)
      170
      Curb Weight (kgs)
      992
      No of Seating Rows
      2
      No of Doors
      4
      -

      Tata Tigor Videos

      Tata Tigor CNG | What Makes i-CNG Different? First Drive Impressions | CarWale
      Tata Tigor CNG | What Makes i-CNG Different? First Drive Impressions | CarWale
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      Tata Tigor News

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      by Nikhil Puthran
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      Tata Tiago and Tigor CNG to be launched in India tomorrow
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      by Desirazu Venkat
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      It will be available in four variants for the Tiago and two for the Tigor

      Tata Motors to introduce all-new CNG cars on 19 January
      Tata Motors to introduce all-new CNG cars on 19 January
      Gajanan Kashikar
      by Gajanan Kashikar
      01/07/2022 19:32:06

      Tata may launch Tiago and Tigor CNG models in India.

      Tata Motors launches Tigor i-CNG in India at Rs 7.70 lakh
      Tata Motors launches Tigor i-CNG in India at Rs 7.70 lakh
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      by Nikhil Puthran
      01/19/2022 13:46:22

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