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Tata Tigor

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Tata Tigor summary

The Tata Tigor made its debut in the Indian market way back in March 2017. It was a part of the Kite project and is entirely derived from the Tata Tiago hatchback.

The Tata Tigor is based on the Tata X1 platform and came as a successor to the Tata Zest and Manza.

Over the years, the Tigor has witnessed multiple updates and new variant launches. In June 2019, Tata equipped the Tigor with an AMT gearbox option.

Earlier In 2018, Tata Motors under a joint venture with Jayem Automotives, created JT Special vehicles responsible for launching the JTP versions of the Tigor; these performance-oriented variants featured a punchy 114 hp 1.2-litre turbocharged engine.

However, this venture was shut down before the BS-VI transition phase.

The facelifted Tigor was also launched in the year 2020, marking the BS-VI transition of the Tigor.

Tata motors also axed the 70 hp 1.05-litre Revotorq diesel engine from its lineup in the facelift update.

After the BS-VI update, the Tata Tigor is offered with only one engine - a 1.2 litre (1199 cc) Revotron three-cylinder petrol engine that churns out 85 hp of max power and 140 Nm of peak torque.

Currently, Tata Motors is offering the Tigor with a petrol engine only.

The Tata Tigor comes with the choice of a 5-speed manual and AMT gearbox.

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The Tata Tigor was launched way back in the year 2017 and is the compact sedan version of the Tata Tiago hatchback. The Tigor came as a successor of the Tata Zest and is currently Tata’s only offering in the sedan segment. In 2020, Tata launched the facelifted version of the Tigor with the BS-VI compliant engine. The BS-VI transition came at the cost of discontinuation of the Tigor’s 1.05 diesel engine and also the performance-centric JTP variants. Furthermore, unlike most other Tata models, the Tigor Doesn't get the dark edition trim. Recently, the Tigor witnessed a price hike of around Rs 10,00 across all its variants.

The Tata Tigor is offered in a total of 6 variants. This includes 4 manual and 2 Automatic variants - XE, XM, XZ, XZ+, XMA, and XZA+. The top features on the Tata Tigor include automatic climate control, 8 speaker Harman audio system, keyless entry, keyless go, 7.0-inch touch screen with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto connectivity, power windows, digital instrument cluster, cooled glovebox, height-adjustable driver seat, steering mounted controls, and electrically foldable ORVMs. The Tigor is equipped with safety features like front airbags, ABS with EBD, CSC, and rear parking camera.

The Tigor is offered in five different colours - Pearlescent White, Arizona Blue, Pure Silver, Deep Red, and Daytona Grey. The Tata Tigor is priced between Rs 5.64 lakh and Rs 7.81 lakh (ex-showroom). The Tata Tigor competes against rivals like the Maruti Suzuki Dzire, Hyundai Aura, and the Honda Amaze.

Tata Tigor Price in India

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New Delhi614,994









Tata Tigor PRO’s & CON’s

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The Tata Tigor is the safest car in its segment with a crash test safety rating of 4 stars from Global NCAP.

The Tata Tigor comes with loads of features on offer. Key features include rear parking camera, Harman 8 speaker Audio system, height adjustability for the driver seat, automatic climate control, digital instrument cluster, and 7.0-inch touch screen infotainment system with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto connectivity.

The Tata Tigor has one the most stylish and appealing exterior designs in its segment.

The sub-4 meter dimension and light steering wheel make the Tigor a great city driver.

The Tigor boasts a sturdy build quality, and it gives you that build-to-last feel.

Tigor’s cabin has multiple storage spaces on offer.

The Tata Tigor is surprisingly fun around corners with its well-balanced chassis and suspension setup.

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Tata has been doing incredibly with its newer range of cars, and the Tigor is the prime example of that. It's an affordable compact sedan that aims to cater for the needs of the average Indian customer. It is the perfect option if you are looking for a safe, reliable, and feature-loaded family car. The Tigor carries Tata's impact design philosophy and is undoubtedly a looker. On the inside too, with loads of passenger assistance and comfort features on offer, the cabin of the Tigor feels to be quite a premium place to be in, though the car's sticker price may suggest otherwise. However, plastic quality isn't the best inside the cabin, and space is slightly less than its competition. The 1.2-litre engine on the Tigor performs decently on light throttle inputs but lacks punch in the top end. Overall, the Tigor is an attractive, well-balanced package, especially with its four-star safety rating from Global NCAP.

The Tata Tigor dominates its competitors in terms of safety, features, and driving dynamics. Most importantly, like other Tata cars, the level of safety that the Tigor offers is top-notch. It's even safer than some cars in the segment above.

From the 8 speaker Harman audio system, automatic climate control, 7-inch touch screen, and height-adjustable driver seat to steering mounted controls and power-folding side mirrors, the Tigor comes with all the essential features and more. In terms of driving experience, the Tigor is pretty adequate, and it gets your daily commute done. But the engine isn't particularly fun to drive, and combined with the laggy AMT transmission; the driving experience becomes a bit dull. Refinement, too, takes a backseat when you try to extract the maximum punch from the engine. However, handling and driving dynamics are surprisingly impressive for this compact sedan. As far as fuel economy is concerned, the Tigor has an ARAI claimed fuel economy of 20.3 km/l.

The Tata Tigor would be a great option if you are looking for an affordable family compact that looks handsome on the outside, has a bunch of features, and most importantly, ranks high in terms of safety. However, the Tigor won't be a sensible choice if you are looking for a fun-to-drive and performance-centric car.

The safety features on the Tata Tigor include - dual front airbags, ABS with EBD, Cornering Stability Control (CBS), and rear parking camera. However, it lacks features like Electronic Stability Control (ESC) and ISOFIX child seats. The Tigor has scored a 4-star crash test rating when tested by the Global NCAP. The Tigor is the safest vehicle in its segment.

Tata Tigor key specification

  • Features
  • Specifications

Body Type Sedan

Fuel Type Diesel

ARAI Mileage 20.3 kmpl

City Mileage 17.43 kmpl

Seating Capacity 5

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  • Petrol
  • Diesel
Service No.Kms/MonthsType/Cost
Service No.Kms/MonthsType/Cost

1st Service1500/2Free

2nd Service7500/6Free

3rd Service15000/12Free

4th Service22500/18Free

5th Service30000/24Free