Tata Tigor – everything you need to know!

Tata Motors has introduced the Tigor compact sedan in India. Prices of the Tigor start at Rs. 4.65 lakh for the petrol models and Rs. 5.50 lakh for the diesel variants. This translates to a premium of over Rs 1 lakh, as compared to its hatchback sibling – the Tiago. Interested customers can book the car at any Tata authorized dealership across the country. Currently, no waiting period related announcement has been made.

For those of you who aren’t aware of what the Tigor is, it is basically a sedan sibling of the Tiago hatchback. Tata calls its a Styleback, which is a conjunction of ‘Stylish Notchback’. The compact sedan borrows its engine options from the Tiago hatchback. The Tigor is thus offered with the 1.2-litre petrol and 1.05-litre diesel engine, both mated to a 5-speed MT gearbox.

In terms of dimensions, the Tigor is 246 mm longer, 30 mm wider and 2 mm taller than the Tiago. In order to offer more space to occupants, Tata engineers have also managed to increase the Tigor’s wheelbase by 50 mm.

The Tata Tigor was initially launched in four variants – XE. XT, XZ and XZ (O). However, Tata has now also introduced the middle-level XM trim in both petrol and diesel engine lineup to further expand the portfolio.

Tata Tigor Geneva

The Tigor sedan is basically a Tiago with an additional boot slapped on. It gets a compact sedan and notchback type of body structure, something that Tata Motors has named ‘Styleback’ – a Stylish Notchback. The similar names (Tiago – Tigor) will help Tata to benefit from the popularity that the Tiago hatchback has managed to garner.

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Tata Tigor Price in India

The biggest advantage Tata Motors has in comparison to its rivals is the aggressive price tag. The Tigor compact sedan too follows the same philosophy as it the most affordable offering in its segment. Prices for the petrol variants range from Rs 4.65 lakh to Rs 6.00 lakh. The diesel models cost anywhere between Rs 5.50 lakh to Rs 6.96 lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi).

Variant Price (Ex-showroom, Delhi)
Tigor XE Petrol Rs 4.65 lakh
Tigor XM Petrol Rs 4.99 lakh
Tigor XT Petrol Rs 5.34 lakh
Tigor XZ Petrol Rs 5.82 lakh
Tigor XZ (O) Petrol Rs 6.00 lakh
Tigor XE Diesel Rs 5.50 lakh
Tigor XM Diesel Rs 5.81 lakh
Tigor XT Diesel Rs 6.19 lakh
Tigor XZ Diesel Rs 6.67 lakh
Tigor XZ (O) Diesel Rs 6.96 lakh


Tata Tigor Specifications

The Tigor comes with the exact same powertrain options that are seen on the Tiago hatchback. These include a 1.05-litre, three-cylinder Revotorq diesel and a 1.2-litre, three-cylinder, Revotron petrol. Both these engines will be available with a 5-speed manual gearbox as standard. Tata is also working on an AMT gearbox for the Tiago hatchback, which will later be introduced to the Tigor sedan as well.

Tata Tigor Petrol 1.2-litre, 3-cyl, Revotron Petrol
Power 83.8 bhp @ 6,000 rpm
Torque 114 Nm @ 3,500 rpm
Tata Tigor Diesel  1.05-litre, 3-cyl, Revotorq Diesel
Max Power 69 bhp @ 4,000 rpm
Max Torque 140 Nm @ 1,800 rpm – 3,000 rpm
Gearbox 5-speed Manual

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Tata Tigor Dimensions

Length 3,992 mm
Width 1,677 mm
Height 1,537 mm
Wheelbase 2,450 mm
Ground Clearance 170 mm
Boot Space 419-litres

Tata Tigor compact sedan

Tata Tigor Exteriors

In terms of design, the Tigor sedan is expected to be approximately similar to the Kite5 concept that was showcased at last year’s auto expo. It will thus get a Tiago-like front fascia, blacked out headlamps with projectors and slightly tweaked front bumpers. The side profile is characterised by a sloping roof line that integrates seamlessly on the boot lid at the back, giving the car a notchback look. The rear gets a neatly integrated boot which features wraparound taillights, a chrome bar in the centre, and a long LED high mount stop lamp embedded in the roof-mounted spoiler.

Tata Tigor Colours

  • Copper Dazzle (new)
  • Pearlescent White
  • Platinum Silver
  • Striker Blue
  • Espresso Brown
  • Berry Red

Tata Tigor XZ interiors

Tata Tigor Interiors

Dashboard layout of the Tigor is a straight lift from the Tiago hatchback. It gets the same black and grey dual tone treatment, piano black AC vents that can be colour coordinated on select models, a three-spoke steering wheel and a twin-pot instrument cluster with the MID screen in between. However, there are a few changes made on the compact sedan. These include a new head unit for the music system which now gets larger display. Thia particular display is touch sensitive and can stream images and video from varied media sources. Additionally, the rear bench is a new, wider seat which also gets a centre armrest with integrated cup holders. The car also boasts of a segment-best boot space of 419-litres.

Tata Tigor variant wise features

Tata Tigor variant wise features

Tata Tigor Safety features

  • Day & night IRVM
  • Anti-lock Brake System
  • Electronic Brake-force Distribution
  • Corner Stability Control
  • Speed dependent auto door locks
  • Rear parking sensors and camera
  • Seat belts with pretensioners and load limiters
Tata Tigor Review
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Tata Tigor

The Tigor is a nicely designed compact sedan with a rather proportionate styling. The exterior design is nicely fabricated, and the interiors are also laid out nicely. Features on offer are satisfactory, as Tata could have done better in the infotainment system department. Apple CarPlay and Android Auto is missing and the touchscreen unit is available only on the top-end. Additionally, we would have appreciated standard safety features like airbags and ABS across the range.

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