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Rs. 4.65 to 6.96 lakh
Ex-showroom Price, Delhi
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Tata Tigor Comparisons

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Tata Tigor Highlights

  • Exterior and Interior
  • Specifications
  • Variants
  • Competitors
  • ZigSays
The Tata Tigor is the bigger and more attractive sibling of the Tiago. The front is heavily inspired by its younger cousin, bar some subtle tweaks. What separate it from the Tiago are the black surround headlamps in a double-barreled layout, and projector lamps. The 15-inch alloys give it a handsome look. The rear sets itself apart from other sedans by ditching the clichéd three-box design for a more compact and well-positioned boot. You can also notice a smart LED strip fused on the back. The hexagonal design can be seen on the front grill and on the split tail-lamps. The Tigor is certainly dressed to impress.

This is where the Tigor shines the most. It feels spacious. The longer wheelbase has helped in providing comfortable leg room. Your tall friends will have no complaints as there is ample amount of headroom too. Surprisingly, you will be able to fit more stuff in the Tigor than the Zest. The 419-litre boot space can fit anything. It is equipped with a 5-inch Harman infotainment system that can double up as a rear parking camera screen. The overall cabin gives a very modern vibe with darker tones, but the finishing touches and the quality of plastic are something that needs to be worked on.
Same as the Tiago the Tigor comes with two engine options: a 1.05L, three-cylinder diesel engine and a 1.2L, three-cylinder petrol engine. Both share the same 5-speed manual gearbox. Although they have the same power and torque output, the petrol variant is smoother and fun to drive. The diesel variant on the other hand lacks the peppiness and refinement of its counterpart.

The entry level Revotron XE Petrol variant will cost you around 4.71 Lakhs (ex-showroom), but it lacks some basic features like ABS and EBD. On the other hand, the XZ variant comes with all the bells and whistle one could need. You will get projector headlamps, touchscreen Harman infotainment centre, ABS and EBD. This comes with an additional price of just Rs 50,000. If you want to opt for the Diesel variant the top Revotorq XZ variant will set you back by 6.59 lakhs (ex-showroom). You can also go for the XZ(O), which offers automatic climate control for an additional Rs 25,000. Overall, the Petrol XZ variant is a total value for money at Rs 4.59 lakhs (ex-showroom).

Maruti Suzuki Dzire: The Dzire gives a tough competition to the Tigor in terms of service network, fuel efficiency, and reliable engines. You can never go wrong while buying a Maruti in India.

Hyundai Xcent: The Xcent has also gotten a facelift along with the Maruti Suzuki Dzire 2017. The Xcent offers greater performance, premium interiors and arguably a better driving experience.

The Tigor offers some much-needed break from the conventional sedan design. It is a good looking car. The dated interiors and performance may make you think twice, but when you account for the styling, pricing and overall fuel efficiency, it almost certainly seems like good value for money.

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