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Tata Motors recently added two cars to its line-up – the Tigor compact sedan and the AMT version of its Tiago hatch. The Tiago, launched last year with a manual gearbox, steadily gained popularity and helped improve Tata’s image in the eyes of the Indian car buyer.
The demand has only risen since then, resulting in longer waiting periods for the model across the country. According to dealers, the two top variants, XZ and XZ(O), command a waiting period of four to five weeks, while the mid-spec XE trim has a delivery time of roughly 20 days.
The Tigor XZ(O) is equipped with smoked projector headlamps, alloy wheels, touchscreen infotainment and climate control. The demand for both the engine options – the 85hp, 1.2-litre petrol and the 70hp, 1.05-litre diesel – are on par in most cities. As far as colour is concerned, brown and white are the most sought-after.
The waiting period for the Tiago AMT is also slowly increasing, with some dealerships promising deliveries after over a month. The car is available only in the top-spec XZA trim with a 1.2-litre, three-cylinder petrol motor.
Disclaimer: Waiting periods are subject to change depending on location and dealership. Please contact your nearest dealer for more details.
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