Tata Tigor Price List
Tata Tigor launched in India at a starting price of Rs 5.5 Lakh. Check out the Tata Tigor which comes in following versions. Get more info the new Tata Tigor with on road price, mileage, specifications, review and images. Check mileage of new Tata Tigor with photos. features, colours, comparisons, video review, user reviews & latest news in India on autoX.
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Colors of Tata Tigor
- Egyptian Blue
- Espresso Brown
- Roman Silver
- Pearlescent White
- Berry Red
- Titanium Grey
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Tata Tigor Highlights
Tata Motors pioneered the compact sedan segment in India with the Indigo CS, and now with the Tigor, Tata has once again redefined the rules of the game by expanding the segment. For the 2018 model year, Tata gave the Tigor a minor face-lift with a mild aesthetic changes and a reworked equipment list.
The Tata Tigor is based on the same platform as the Tiago. Up-front, the Tigor looks very similar to the Tiago. The headlamps wrap themselves on to the front fenders; there are nice orange markers at the bottom of the headlamp, and the smoked-out look surely stands out. At the rear, there's a stubby boot extension with a sloping rear glass that's quite unique. The updated Tiago now gets clear-lens tail lamp clusters, while the thick chrome bar running the length of the boot remains the same. Also, the Tiago gets a set of smart-looking, 13-inch alloy wheels.
The 2018 Tata Tigor variants for the petrol model are as follows: Revotron XE, Revotron XM, Revotron XZ, Revotron XZ+ and Revotron XZA, while the diesel variants are: Revotorq XE, Revotorq XM, Revotorq XZ and Revotorq XZ+. A host of features are available on the XZ+ variant, like a driver's side seat-height adjust, a shark-fin antenna, faux-leather upholstery, power-folding mirrors with turn-indicators and some chrome add-ons. There's also an all-new 7.0-inch Harman touchscreen infotainment system with Android Auto, and a reverse camera as well. On the safety front, you get dual airbags and ABS with EBD.
The quality of materials seemed to be improved upon, and the build quality is quite solid too. The design on the inside is pretty minimalist, but functional. On the inside, room is pretty decent, and the seats too, are quite comfortable. Visibility from the cabin is good, thanks to the raised seating position. As for the Harman-Kardon audio system – it is great as far as sound quality in concerned. The rear centre armrest can also be folded if a third occupant would like to be seated.
Engine Specifications & Performance
The Tata Tigor is powered by a 1.2-litre petrol engine that makes 84bhp of power and 114Nm of torque and a 1.05-litre diesel motor that produces 69bhp of power and 140Nm of torque; both paired to a 5-speed manual gearbox, while lower variants of the petrol model get the option of an AMT. In terms of performance, both engines are enthusiastic, and for as long as you're within urban conditions, zipping through traffic is a breeze. The diesel engine happens to be the sprightlier of the two, thanks to the 140Nm of torque on offer. The Tigor also tackles undulations with aplomb, the result of which is a good suspension setup. Around corners, the Tigor does exhibit some body roll, while the slick gearshift works well.
The Tata Tigor's ARAI-certified fuel efficiency figures are rated at 23.84kmpl for the petrol variant, and 27.28kmpl for the diesel model.