|Fuel Type||Engine Capacity||Transmission Type||Power||Torque||Fuel Efficiency|
|petrol||1199cc||Manual||85PS @ 6000RPM||114NM @ 3500RPM||23kmpl|
|diesel||1047cc||Manual||70PS @ 4000RPM||140NM @ 1800-3000RPM||27kmpl|
|petrol||1199cc||auto||85PS @ 6000RPM||114NM @ 3500RPM||23kmpl|
Tigor has first entered the Indian market in 2015 built on Tiago platform. This model was given a facelift in 2018. The company has tried to make the looks of the sedan more premium, more comfortable to ride by embedding some new features. The sedan is offered in petrol and diesel engine, which comes mated to a manual gearbox. The AMT is only available with the petrol engine.
The 2018 Tata Tigor gets subtle cosmetical upgrades as it comes with a new diamond grille up front. Illumination duties are taken care of by dual-chambered projector headlamps with a sparkling chrome finish and fog lamps. On the side, the Tata Tigor sits on sporty looking dual-tone alloy wheels. The sedan also gets electronically adjustable ORVM with integrated side indicators, along with body coloured door handles. Completing the picture is crystal inspired LED taillamp, Tigor badging, piano black shark fin antenna and high mounted stop lamp. In terms of dimensions, the all-new Tata Tigor is 3992 mm long, 1677 mm wide, 1537 mm in height and a wheelbase of 2450 mm. Dimensionally, the Tata Tigor is a perfect size sedan to effortlessly counter the Indian traffic conditions. The 2018 Tata Tigor is available in six different colours which are Egyptian Blue, Espresso Brown, Roman Silver, Pearlescent White, Berry Red and Titanium Grey.
On the inside, the all-new Tata Tigor gets black and grey colour scheme. The centre console features a touchscreen infotainment system with Android Auto and Apple Car Play compatibility. The driver can easily access the infotainment system with the help of steering mounted switches. The Tata Tigor also offers some chrome accents on the A/C vents and door handles, which looks quite premium. Comfort and utility have been addressed, as the Tigor gets a rear armrest, cooled glovebox, electrical boot unlocking and an outlet for phone charging. The sedan feels roomy from the inside and it gets a practical amount of storage spaces which consists bottle holders, glass holders, side pockets and it also facilitates ample amount of legroom and headroom to easily accommodate 5-passengers at a time.The instrument cluster features a tachometer on the left with heat indicator, a speedometer on the right with fuel gauge and a TFT display in the middle which provides information about time, distance covered via odometer and gearshifts.
The 2018 Tata Tigor has a reliable built quality as it is manufactured on cocoon-like safety cell. Keeping in mind about the safety of the car, the Tata has added features like Airbags for driver and co-passenger, ABS and EBD, engine immobilizer, rear defogger, reverse parking sensors with the camera.
Glancing towards the mechanical specification of the all-new Tigor. The powertrain of the sedan remains the same as the 2018 Tigor gets power from 1.2-liter Revotron, 3 pod, fuel burner, that produces 85ps at 6000 rpm and 114 Nm at 3500 rpm. The transmission duties are handled by a 5-speed manual and AMT. On the other hand, the diesel unit derives power from 1.5-liter Revotorq, 3 cylinder engine which generates respective power and torque output of 70 ps at 4000 rpm and 140 Nm at 1800-3000 rpm. It comes paired with a 5-speed manual transmission. Both the motors are fuel-efficient and are rated for 23 Kmpl (petrol) and 27 Kmpl (diesel). The full tank is big enough to store 35 litres of fuel at a time. The petrol engine is agile in nature. It revs happily till its redline. On the other hand, the diesel engine is extremely fuel-efficient, it feels punchy to drive and the engine is always ready to get into action as soon as it crosses the 3000 rpm mark.
Tata Tigor price starts from INR 5.5 Lakh to INR 7.7 Lakh.
Tata Motors is a car brand on a mission. The company is overhauling its strategy and processes to wipe the sloppiness associated with it off its face. The Bolt and the Tiago are two extremely capable products, comparable to the best in their respective segments and are nothing like the Tata products of yore. In fact, we have used the cars extensively over thousands of kilometres, and can vouch for their sturdiness and features.