Planning to buy Tata Tigor? Here are its price, specifications, and features.

The Tata Tigor is still a domestically produced compact sedan that outperforms its competitors by a wide margin, in addition to being safe. The CNG version offers reduced daily operating costs, a longer range, and a fully equipped roomy, and useful cabin rather than just the "bare necessities."
In terms of appearance, the Tata Tigor has 15-inch silver alloy wheels, a contrast-black roof, projector headlamps, LED DRLs, LED tail lights, a high-mounted LED stop lamp, and chrome inserts everywhere. Both the first and second rows have a surprisingly good amount of headroom.

The cabin now has a new black-and-beige colour scheme. Although the back seats are flimsy and may eventually sink, they provide decent support for three people. Although there isn't a headrest that can be adjusted at the back, the ergonomics prevent complaints. Sufficient support is provided by cloth-draped seats with excellent visibility throughout. 
A 1.2-litre, three-cylinder NA Revotron petrol engine with 85 horsepower and 113 Nm of torque powers the Tata Tigor. The CNG generates 72 horsepower and 95 Nm of torque. In order to meet BS6 Phase 2 emission standards and RDE requirements, these powertrains have been modified.
An AMT unit and a five-speed manual gearbox are the driving forces behind the 1.2-litre engine. The CNG version only comes with a five-speed manual gearbox.
When converting to CNG mode, there is a decrease in power output. Because of the way the ECU is adjusted, the Tigor can be started in CNG mode right away. There is no longer the need to rev the engine a little to make the transition or wait a few seconds for the petrol to CNG to kick in.
It features a fully digital instrument cluster, automatic climate control, a flat-bottom steering wheel, an engine start-stop button, a seven-inch touchscreen infotainment system with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, and a cooled glovebox.
The Tigor already has a four-star NCAP rating for safety. As is required for all CNG vehicles, the iCNG has a fire extinguisher located beneath the front passenger seat.
Tata Tigor has 12 variants. There are four colour options for the Tigor: Daytona Grey, Opal White, Arizona Blue, and Magnetic Red. Five people can fit in this model's seats.
  • Reasonable performance is provided by powertrain options (alternative efficiency: CNG).
  • Strong suspension and a taut ride at slow speeds can tackle even the roughest roads.
  • Today's exterior design is more sophisticated and purposeful.
  • A 4-star safety rating inspires confidence.
  • Small footprints make driving in cities simple.
  • Uneven finishing and fitting.
  • Competition provides a lot more room.
  • The rear view is restricted by the high boot section.
The price of the Tata Tigor varies based on the variant chosen, from Rs. 6.30 lakh to Rs. 8.95 lakh (ex-showroom price).

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