Tata begins accepting bookings for its Tigor

  • Published On: 22 March 2017

Tata’s new Tigor is the sedan equivalent of the carmaker’s Tiago hatchback.

Tata is looking to turn the compact sedan market on its head with its brand new Tigor. The Tigor is essentially the sedan equivalent of the Tiago hatchback, so both cars share many features and parts. The Tigor’s boot is neatly integrated and it gives the Tata a purposeful stance. The compact sedan will be competitively priced - Tata will position it below the Zest, which means it will be priced significantly lower than compact sedans like the Maruti Swift Dzire, Honda Amaze, Hyundai Xcent, Ford Figo Aspire and Volkswagen Ameo. However, there’s been no word on the price of the car so far.




Here is a list of all the specifications of the compact sedan:


Length: 3,992mm

Width: 1,677mm

Height: 1,537mm

Wheelbase: 2,450mm

Ground clearance: 170mm

Fuel Tank capacity: 35 litres

Boot size: 419 litres

Suspension (Front): McPherson Strut with coil spring.

                    (Rear): Twist-beam with dual-path strut.  

Brakes: (Front) Disc

(Rear) Drum       


Petrol details

Type: 1,199cc, three-cylinder petrol

Power: 85hp at 6,000rpm

Torque: 114Nm at 3,500rpm

Gearbox: Five-speed manual

Kerb weight: 1,062kg

Tyre size: 175/60 R15 


Diesel details

Type: 1,047cc, three-cylinder diesel

Power: 70hp at 4,000rpm

Torque: 140Nm at 1,800-3,000rpm

Gearbox: Five-speed manual

Kerb weight: 1,130kg

Tyre size: 175/65 R14


Safety features

ABS with EBD

Dual front airbags

Infotainment system

It comes with a Harman infotainment system with four speakers, four tweeters, Aux/USB/Bluetooth along with steering-mounted controls. There’s also an app-based navigation system you can sync to your Android device.

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