Tata has now launched the AMT gearbox in the XM and the flagship XZ+ variants. The Tigor XMA is priced at Rs 6.39 lakh whereas the Tigor XZA+ costs Rs 7.24 Lakh (both, ex-showroom Delhi). These prices are set at a premium of Rs 44,000 over their manual transmission counterparts. The previously available XZA variant, however, has been discontinued. Tata’s Tigor will also get a facelift soon and this time it might not be limited to cosmetic updates only. In the spy shots, the front grille was missing and the Tigor facelift was wearing rudimentary headlights. This could hint that the carmaker might redesign the front end of the Tigor with elements from the Altroz to keep it in line with the Impact 2.0 design. The side and the rear are likely to remain the same as the current car.
The Tigor gets a BS4-compliant 1.2-litre petrol and 1.05-litre diesel motor currently. While the petrol motor will be updated to comply with BS6 norms, the diesel will face the axe. The high costs of upgrading the diesel engines for BS6 emission norms will subsequently drive up the cost of the Tigor. The Tigor facelift is expected to hit roads before the end of this year or at the 2020 Auto Expo. It is likely to cost more than the current car which retails from Rs 5.48 lakh to Rs 7.64 lakh (ex-showroom Delhi).
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47% of users have given a rating of 4.5 and above
Hello everybody. I purchased xz+ on 28th March, drove straight way for about 150 km on highway in the night. Pros - Got 22 km mileage, Excellent comfort seating, Lights are very good, Suspension superlative, Music by Harman world class. Cons - Engine a bit noisy, AC noisy but very effective at low rpm, even Apple car play missing, DRL missing, Rear armrest without a string for pulling it outside AC vents, simple looking with low quality adjustable nobs. At the very start of engine, a typical irritating noise comes out for a second. During drive at 80 km speed a burning smell, which I could not figure out. Two times happened. Conclusion, excellent buy keeping all the positive and negative in mind at such price, no other cars stands even near to it except Ford Aspire. Lastly build quality of Tigor is really marvellous. Hope to see the service part standing postive also. Tata motors must keep a bird's eye on it if it has to deliver consistently in the market. Within fortnight I shall be experiencing the service aspect.
Tata Tigor is one of the best choice when looking in Compact Sedan Segment. It looks great, drives well and is built solid. The only gripe is the engine which isn't Refined Enough and don't have the punch like other cars in the segment. Besides that the car gives good mileage 16-17 in city and 20+ on highway.The car feels rock solid and the steering is weighed up well. The music system is of Harmon and sounds great. Mantainence is low but service isn't very great.But a Great product from tata. This doesn't feel like 'TATA'.
Customers should not buy the Tigor, even my suggestion customers should not by Any TATA motors products,as after sales they dont care about the customers, i purchased vehicles 20 days back i have worst experience, not good in brake down services . dont have spare at dealership, not able to provide temp vehicle once your vehicle in accident claim. mileage is just 12 in AMT. after complain in TATA motors no revert from any one. unprofessional company with out having any understanding of customers requirement.
Tata Tigor is an excellent good looking car with good mileage at this price segment. The car has all the nextgen features with in built Harman kardon speakers (8 Nos) which makes this car the best for this price comparing the other cars in the market. When performance comes into picture, it feels heavy and pickup is that good enough since it has the 3 cylinder model. After all, Tata tigor is one of the best product from TATA and it worth every single penny that you spent.
I own XZA variant, that is amt in top avatar. It's awesomely convenient, feels much more safer once inside.For those who thinks amt's are not exciting you also get a Sport mode that will surprise you even if you are cruising at 100kph. It's a lovely car with beautiful sound system. The only thing I miss is electronically foldable ORVMs
The stylish compact sedan from Tata is ideal for in-city commuting. That is, if you like your driving relaxed and easy
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