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    Tata Tigor Price

    Tata Tigor price for the base model starts at Rs. 6.30 Lakh and the top model price goes upto Rs. 9.55 Lakh (Avg. ex-showroom). Tigor price for 11 variants is listed below.

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    1199 cc, Petrol, Manual, 19.2 kmpl, 85 bhp
    Rs. 6.30 Lakh
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    1199 cc, Petrol, Manual, 19.2 kmpl, 85 bhp
    Rs. 6.80 Lakh
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    1199 cc, Petrol, Manual, 19.2 kmpl, 85 bhp
    Rs. 7.30 Lakh
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    1199 cc, Petrol, Automatic (AMT), 19.6 kmpl, 85 bhp
    Rs. 7.40 Lakh
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    1199 cc, CNG, Manual, 26.4 km/kg, 72 bhp
    Rs. 7.75 Lakh
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    1199 cc, Petrol, Manual, 19.2 kmpl, 85 bhp
    Rs. 8.00 Lakh
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    1199 cc, CNG, Manual, 26.4 km/kg, 72 bhp
    Rs. 8.25 Lakh
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    1199 cc, Petrol, Automatic (AMT), 19.6 kmpl, 85 bhp
    Rs. 8.60 Lakh
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    1199 cc, CNG, Automatic (AMT), 28.06 km/kg, 72 bhp
    Rs. 8.85 Lakh
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    1199 cc, CNG, Manual, 26.4 km/kg, 72 bhp
    Rs. 8.95 Lakh
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    1199 cc, CNG, Automatic (AMT), 28.06 km/kg, 72 bhp
    Rs. 9.55 Lakh
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    Tata Tigor Car Specifications

    PriceRs. 6.30 Lakh onwards
    Mileage19.2 to 28.06 kmpl
    Engine1199 cc
    Safety4 Star (Global NCAP)
    Fuel TypePetrol & CNG
    TransmissionManual & Automatic
    Seating Capacity5 Seater

    Tata Tigor Summary

    Latest Update

    The Tata Tigor CNG is available with benefits of up to Rs. 75,000. These offers are valid up to 29 February.

    Price

    Tata Tigor price ranges between Rs. 6.30 Lakh - Rs. 9.55 Lakh depending on the variant selected.

    When was the Tata Tigor launched?

    The updated Tigor was launched in India on 11 February, 2023.

    What variants does it get? 

    The Tigor is offered in four variants – XE, XM, XZ, and XZ+.

    What features are available in the Tata Tigor?

    In terms of design, the Tata Tigor gets projector headlamps, LED DRLs, LED tail lights, a high-mounted LED stop lamp, 15-inch silver alloy wheels, a contrast-black roof, and chrome inserts all around. The interior of the model comes equipped with a seven-inch touchscreen infotainment system with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, a fully digital instrument cluster, automatic climate control, a flat-bottom steering wheel, an engine start-stop button, and a cooled glovebox.

    The Tigor is available in four colours, including Magnetic Red, Arizona Blue, Opal White, and Daytona Grey. The model has a seating capacity of five occupants.

    What are the engine, performance, and specifications of the Tata Tigor?

    The Tata Tigor is powered by a 1.2-litre, three-cylinder, NA Revotron petrol engine that produces 85bhp and 113Nm of torque. This motor is paired with a five-speed manual transmission and an AMT unit. The CNG variant produces 72bhp and 95Nm of torque and is offered only with a five-speed manual unit. These powertrains have been updated to comply with the RDE and BS6 Phase 2 emission norms.

    Is the Tata Tigor a safe car?

    The Tigor sub-four metre sedan has scored a four-star safety rating in the Global NCAP crash test.

    What are the rivals to the Tata Tigor? 

    Rivals to the Tata Tigor include the Maruti Suzuki Dzire, Honda Amaze, and Hyundai Aura.

    How is the Tata Tigor car?

    • Pros

      • Powertrain options offer reasonable performance (alternative efficiency-CNG)
      • Taut slow-speed ride, strong suspension can gulp down the worst roads.
      • Exterior design is now more purposeful and mature.
      • 4-star safety rating is confidence-inspiring.
      • Compact footprint makes city driving easy.
    • Cons

      • Inconsistent fit and finish.
      • Competition offers much more space.
      • High boot section restricts rear visibility.

    Tata Tigor 2024 Verdict

    In essence, the Tigor continues to be a homegrown compact sedan that's not only safe but undercuts its rivals by a considerable margin. As for the CNG version, you get lowered everyday running costs, extended range, and a cabin that's not 'bare-essential' but fully loaded, spacious and practical.

    Tata Tigor Car Review

    With the new i-CNG range, Tata Motors has also added a zest to the Tigor line-up.

    Engine and Performance

    7

    / 10
    Engine Shot

    As expected, there's a dip in the power output when switching to CNG mode. Where the standard 1.2-litre Revotron three-cylinder petrol engine makes 84bhp/114Nm, switch a button on the dash and the CNG mode is good enough for 72bhp and 95Nm. For now, there's only a five-speed manual as the sole option for the CNG version. The ECU is tuned in such a way that it allows the Tigor/Tiago to be started directly in CNG mode. No old business of waiting a few seconds before the switch from petrol to CNG kicks in or revving the engine a bit to make the switch. 

    Left Front Three Quarter

    On idling, there are a few vibrations that are felt on the gear lever and steering wheel. But these aren’t very prominent, and won’t be bothersome especially when you are aware that it's a three-cylinder. Secondly, even on idling, the engine resonates slightly higher when in CNG mode compared to when it's in petrol-only mode. On the move, there's no noticeable difference. It might show up on our tested VBox figures, but for an average Joe, it’s no big deal. Even if the CNG button is pressed on the go, one would barely feel a difference of which fuel is being burned at the command of the right foot. 

    Right Side View

    When pushed hard, there's a sluggish response from the engine accompanied by a coarse engine sound. But for a sedate everyday city driving, we couldn't ask for anything more. It's a fairly silent motor with good linear power delivery. There's no apparent stutter even when you are left a gear too high. Going over steep flyovers and not-so-severe ghats won’t be any trouble too. On the flipside, the lack of outright grunt, especially in CNG mode, means there's a need to constantly work the gear to get the right amount of push in moderate city traffic. Luckily, the gear stick is smooth shifting and not notchy and even the clutch feels right and fairly comfortable for everyday driving, courtesy of its smooth and light pedal travel. So, spending needlessly long hours in uncalled for traffic won't stress you out – neither physically nor mentally, worrying about burning the expensive liquid gold. 

    Left Rear Three Quarter

    As for the figures, the CNG tank in the boot takes in 60 litres of water capacity, the Aura gets 65 litres. A realistic efficiency of around 25kmpl on CNG should give an achievable range close to 300 kilometres. And these kilometres will be far lighter on your pocket compared to the ones driven on petrol.

    Ride and Handling

    6

    / 10
    Left Side View

    Now that there's a large cylinder taking permanent housing in the boot, the rear suspension of the Tigor seems to have undergone some tweaks. These reworked suspensions prattle more than usual over bad and unpaved roads, but you can hear them more than feel. Over rutted and irregular surfaces, the Tigor CNG goes over like any other Tata ought to. Despite the added weight, the ground clearance is fairly good at 165mm and this is one sedan that you won't have to think about when encountering larger speed breakers. Meanwhile, going three full turns lock-to-lock, the steering is smooth and progressive but isn't something that would be happy on fast twisties. But that's alright, this car isn't meant to offer driving dynamics, but is a comfortable runabout and does that job fairly well.   

    Interior Space and Comfort

    6

    / 10
    Dashboard

    Not much has changed in the cabin of the refreshed MY22 Tigor. Even in this i-CNG, there's a CNG button added to the strip of buttons on the centre console and a new CNG fuel bar added to the all-digital instrument cluster. Moreover, the cabin now adopts a new dual-colour black-beige theme. That's where the changes end. So, the Tigor's cabin continues to be a spacious and practical one. There's right support offered from cloth-draped seats with good visibility all around. It's got a surprisingly good amount of headroom both in the first and second row. 

    Front Row Seats

    The seats at the back are soft and might sink in the longer run, but otherwise, they have good support for three people. There's no adjustable headrest at the back but the ergonomics won't give a reason to complain. 

    Second Row Seats

    You do get a cup holder and folding armrest, but no seatback pocket. Lastly, the boot space was one of the highlights for the Tigor. At 419 litres, it was commendably more than what was expected from the segment. And now, with the instalment of CNG tank in the boot, it has gone for a toss to an extent. But it’s still not meagre, offering 205 litres, which is more than ample for a couple of duffle bags with little room to spare. 

    Bootspace

    Features and Equipment

    7

    / 10
    Infotainment System

    Apart from the inclusion of i-CNG in the line-up, Tata has also upgraded the variant offering of the Tigor (and Tiago). The pair now gets a new range-topping XZ+ trim with a whole lot of new features added to the already long list. This includes rain-sensing wipers, auto headlamps with projectors, black-roof with spoiler, and 15-inch alloy wheels (i-CNG gets 14-inch steel rims). Other than that, there are bits and pieces added to the top-spec XZ+, like shark fin antenna, tri-arrow grille, LED daytime-running-lights, a seven-inch infotainment screen with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, automatic climate control, digital instrument cluster, cooled glovebox, auto-fold ORVMs, engine start-stop button, and more that make the Tigor stand out.

    Front Passenger under-seat Storage Compartment

    As for safety, the Tigor is already a four-star NCAP rated. With the iCNG, there's a provision of a fire extinguisher under the front passenger seat as is mandatory for all CNG cars. There's also a microswitch that automatically turns off the engine when the fuel cap is opened and the motor won't start as long as it's open. The CNG cylinder also gets a leak and thermal protection along with a pressure release nozzle. Other standard safety equipment includes dual airbags, ABS with EBD and corner stability control, a rear parking sensor with camera, and a puncture repair kit. 

    Conclusion

    7

    / 10
    Front View

    Instead of offering the CNG option in a lower-spec version, Tata has opted to go for the higher two specs, so the pricing might be a put off for some. But we think the additional Rs 90,000 for the CNG version over its equivalent petrol variant is definitely worth it. With the extra money paid for the CNG version, you get a lowered everyday running cost, extended range, and a cabin that's not 'bare-essential' but fully loaded, spacious and practical. It's even high on safety and there's not a considerable engine performance dip either. What more could you possibly ask for?

    Rear View

    Pictures by Kaustubh Gandhi

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    Mileage ARAI (kmpl)
    19.2 to 28.06
    19 to 28.06 22.41 to 31.12 18.3 to 18.6 19.14 to 26.2 18.8 to 26.99 22.38 to 30.9 22.3 to 30.61 20.09 to 26.49
    Engine (cc)
    1199
    1197 1199 1197 1199 1199 to 1497 1199 1197 1197 1199
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    Safety
    4 Star (Global NCAP)
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    Power (bhp)
    72 to 85
    68 to 82 72 to 85 76 to 89 89 72 to 108 72 to 87 76 to 89 76 to 89 72 to 85
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    Tata Tigor Colours

    Tata Tigor 2024 is available/sold in the following colours in India.

    Opal White
    Opal White

    Tata Tigor Mileage

    Tata Tigor mileage claimed by ARAI is 19.2 to 19.6 kmpl for petrol variants. Whereas the same for CNG variants is 26.4 to 28.06 km/kg.

    PowertrainARAI MileageUser Reported Mileage
    Petrol - Manual

    (1199 cc)

    19.2 kmpl19.25 kmpl
    Petrol - Automatic (AMT)

    (1199 cc)

    19.6 kmpl18 kmpl
    CNG - Manual

    (1199 cc)

    26.4 km/kg23.12 km/kg
    CNG - Automatic (AMT)

    (1199 cc)

    28.06 km/kg-
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    • Tigor [2018-2020]

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    • Ossom
      Nice look, is better than Dzire, and the build quality is very good in comparison with other cars in this segment. very good nice car. legroom space, comfort, value for money. steering so smooth. Go for it
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    • Our first car
      Tigor is our first purchased car, before this, we had a great experience with XL6 also, but no doubt if we talk about the body and features no one can take the place of Tata. Within budget, it was a great deal for us.
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    • Mr
      Good safety rating and best sedan in mid budget segment. Compared to Aura you will get safety features which gave me the confidence to buy Tata car over other brands car, let's get this decision fruitful.
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    • Best sedan under 10 lakhs
      It's a good sedan option under 10 lakhs with 4-star global NCAP safety. Being a Tata user I would recommend this car for those who want good power and safety and its boot space is quite better compared to Tiago.
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    • Tata Tigor
      Good service, but the experience is not good and the service cost of Tata is very high. Service was taking too much time.
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      Driving smoothly is very good condition so I have purchased this car and I give good to share the experience with you so if car available your showroom so please inform me urgently basis.
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    • Terrible Battery
      The battery is the worst part of this Car. Within 33,000 Kms the battery is completely done. The company refused to replace saying the warranty is only 18 months. Earlier owned Maruti cars and never experienced battery problems before 5 years or so. The attitude of the Dealership was also not good enough to give some feasible options. Worst to own this car.
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    • Tata Tigor body color swell and crumble.
      I bought a Tata Tigor car two and half yrs. ago, whose color started to swell and crumble. I can't believe that how can a cars color be spoiled like this in such a short time. This is poor quality.
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    • Tata Tigor review
      After seeing all the reviews and specs, me & my brother landed up buying this lovely bundle of joy. It has everything for maiden car buyers. Stunning looks, great handling, surreal audio, great space, impressive ground clearance, decent mileage compared to its rivals, Solid built, Low maintenance As we all know there's no perfect car exists in this world. it has its own cons which includes irresponsive acceleration in lower rpms, noisy cabin, poor NVH levels, difficult ingress & egress for old people, mediocre fit & finish.
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    • Safest riding on a family sedan car
      Best safe sedan car for a family under budget of medium family. Safety sensor ensure to safe riding and safe arriving on home with your love once. When you will drive it, you will feel very smooth riding than other brand and max no of sensor attached with this car provide maximum safety option for your love one.
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    FAQs About Tata Tigor

    Price
    Q: What is the avg ex-showroom price of Tata Tigor base model?
    The avg ex-showroom price of Tata Tigor base model is Rs. 6.30 Lakh which includes a registration cost of Rs. 75143, insurance premium of Rs. 46835 and additional charges of Rs. 2100.

    Q: What is the avg ex-showroom price of Tata Tigor top model?
    The avg ex-showroom price of Tata Tigor top model is Rs. 9.55 Lakh which includes a registration cost of Rs. 76339, insurance premium of Rs. 49166 and additional charges of Rs. 2000.

    Performance
    Q: What is the real world versus claimed mileage of Tata Tigor?
    The company claimed mileage of Tata Tigor is 19.2 to 28.06 kmpl. As per users, the mileage came to be 23.12 kmpl in the real world.

    Specifications
    Q: What is the seating capacity in Tata Tigor?
    Tata Tigor has a seating capacity of 5 people.

    Q: What are the dimensions of Tata Tigor?
    The dimensions of Tata Tigor include its length of 3993 mm, width of 1677 mm and height of 1532 mm. The wheelbase of the Tata Tigor is 2450 mm.

    Features
    Q: Does Tata Tigor get a sunroof?
    No, Tata Tigor doesn't have a sunroof.

    Q: Does Tata Tigor have cruise control?
    Yes, 2 out of 11 variants of Tata Tigor have cruise control function. With the Cruise control enabled you can take your foot off the accelerator and move at a fixed speed constantly provided the road system permits this.

    Safety
    Q: How many airbags does Tata Tigor get?
    The top Model of Tata Tigor has 2 airbags. The Tigor has driver and passenger airbags.

    Q: Does Tata Tigor get ABS?
    Yes, all variants of Tata Tigor have ABS. ABS is a great accident prevention technology, allowing drivers to steer while braking hard.

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    Tata Tigor Price in India

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    MumbaiRs. 7.54 Lakh onwards
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