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Tata Tigor JTP and Tiago JTP will launch tomorrow, know specifications
Tata Tiger JTP and Tiago JTP have been revised by the company one day prior to launch. The engine of both cars has been made stronger than the standard model. The company has teamed up with Jayem Automotives Pvt Ltd.
Tata launches all new Tata Tigor in India at starting price of Rs. 5.20 Lakh. You can see cosmetic updates and some new features in facelift Tata Tigor. The company has made brand ambassador Bollywood actor Hrithik Roshan of the new Tigor. Recently, a video posted on the company’s Twitter handles had a lot of information about updates to facelift Tata Tigor. More details you can catch here.
After the success of Tiago, Tata Motors has launched its new compact sedan car Tata Tigor last year in India. New Tigor is a compact sedan model of compact Tiago. It is featured with petrol and diesel engines. We got a chance to go on a long drive with Tigor. Let’s know how it is Tata’s new Tiger in performance and how strong is it in other sections. Let’s have a look on the Tata Tigor Review in India.
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Tata Tigor Looks and Design
Forasmuch, Tigor is the compact sedan model of Tiago, so it looks like of Tiago. But some new changes can be seen in the car such as dual bumper, grill, chrome and new smoked projector headlamps along with it whereas; the styback badging is given on the backside. Apart from this, LED treatment has been provided in the taillight of the car, while the LED stop lights are placed above the rear windshield, it looks very beautiful at night.
Tigor is completely different from its side and rear profile, with a fresh look. In the case of design, Tigor appears as a regular car and it is getting a lot of attention of buyers in the market.
See More: Tata Tiago Review
Tigor’s gasoline is less than 18 kilograms compared to Tigor, although its diesel version has increased by 50 kilograms. Apart from this, Tiger’s Diesel version gets 175/65 R14 size tires, while petrol version comes with 15 inch 175/60 size tubeless tires.
Tata Tigor Dimension
Tata Tigor Engines
First we talk about the petrol engine. The new Tata Tigor Petrol is powered by a 1.2 litre, naturally aspirated, three cylinder engine which churns out a maximum power of 84 bhp and 114 Nm of peak torque. The powerplant might appear to be quite powerful on paper but on the road, the petrol engine does struggle a little bit.
Now come to diesel powerhouse, the car is featured with a three cylinder, 1.05 litres of displacement, the turbo diesel motor that is able to produce a peak power of 69 bhp and a vertex torque of 140 Nm. The powerful engine is low on power as compared to its peers but does feel quite spirited and easy to drive.
|Displacement||1199 cc||1047 cc|
|Max Power||84 bhp||69 bhp|
|Max Torque||114 Nm||140 Nm|
|Transmission||5-speed manual||5-speed manual|
Tata Tigor Cabin-features
In hatchback Tiago, we had seen many such features that were not in the other cars of the sedan segment. And this story has also been shown in Tata’s new Tigor sedan. Yes, this car is also equipped with many good features. Tigor has Harman Infotainment Sound System. It has 8 speakers. Audio controls are available on the steering.
Apart from this, there is a smartphone-based navigation facility. Apart from this, automatic climate control in Tigor, 12 volt power socket for back passenger and cup holders with rear armrest are also available. The interior of the car is roomy and gives a face to face.
Although this design we have seen in Tiago, the quality used in Tigor is great. Its comfortable seats can comfortably accommodate five people here. The place is good for keeping the same. It gets also 419 liters of boot space.
Tata Tigor Engine
In the case of performance, this is how the Tiago sedan comes. Here we are talking about its petrol model but before that, take a look at its engine details:
- Tata TIGOR petrol (REVOTRON 1.2L)
- Engine: 1047 cc, 3 cylinders
- Power: 85PS @ 6000rpm
- Tark: 114Nm @ 3500rpm
- Gear: 5 speed gear
Tata Tigor Performance
According to Power City and Highway, in Tiago Petrol, it is better. But its steering is good on Highway. But, according to the city drive, it gives a little heavy feel. It remains balanced at a high speed. The car has two drive modes includes City and Echo. According to Tata Motors, the car also runs smoothly in bumper-to-bumper traffic in city mode and in this mode the consumption of fuel is also less. In ECO mode, the car gets more power, due to which the fuel consumption will be even higher. Car does not disappoint on bad roads. Since its seats are comfortable, this car will play with you on the long run. Overall, its performance is good.
Tata Tigor Safety features
For safety, the Tata Tigor is loaded with several safety features such as air bags, front disc brakes, central locking, auto door lock, and immobilizer.
Tata Tigor Price in India
Tata Tigor has been at INR 4.71 Lakhs and its price goes upto ₹ 7.32 Lakhs. In Petrol, Tigor is priced at INR 4.71 Lakhs and in diesel, Tigor price starts at ₹ 5.83 Lakhs.
Tata Tigor Competition
Maruti Suzuki Baleno in the price tag, when we compare Tata Tigor, there are a various competitors like Tata Tiago, , Maruti Swift Dzire, Maruti Swift etc.
Result: Choose or Not?
The new Tigor sedan has come in many ways as a better compact sedan car. Just as Tata had given a huge hit by launching the low-cost Tata Tiago, the new Tigor sedan has been launched at the very least price. This car meets all requirements of customers that they expect. So, it creates problems for its competitors such as Honda Amaze, Maruti Dzire and Hyundai Xcent.
• Excellent styling. A compact and solid build too
• Tata has shown its product quality.
• It is worthy and money value product.
• It is built with high quality and has great designed cabin. It has also a lot of storage and a segment best 419-litre boot
• It has a great riding experience & neutral road manners
•It has also 8-speaker Harman entertainment system that’s sound amazing.
• It comes with 2 driving modes, parking sensors, cooled glovebox, touchscreen ICE etc.
• It is featured with 3-cylinder engines.
• Most other compact sedans have standard airbags. The Tigor doesn’t (only on top variant)
• Concerns over long-term reliability, more so of the freshly developed engines
• 6-month service interval is too frequent! A 1 year interval is the segment norm
• A car that residences only 4 passenger including driver.
• After sale and service of the company is poor compared to Maruti and Hyundai.