• Q. Hi bro how is Tata Tigor performance? I am planning to buy.

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    Zigwheels | 1 year ago

    We drove both the petrol and diesel versions, and the engines and transmissions are the same 1.2-litre 3-cylinder Revotron and 1.05-litre 3-cylinder Revotorq from the Tiago mated to five speed manual gearboxes. Power and torque figures are the same as the Tiago’s, at 85PS and 114Nm. The diesel remains unchanged too, offering 70PS of power and 140Nm of torque. However, as the Tigor is heavier by 40 - 50 kgs, the gearing has been tweaked to offer the right kind of drivability. On the road, the engine feels smooth and is quiet at idle but gets a bit noisy as you rev it. The petrol engine is the better pick in this lineup as it feels livelier even at low speeds. Throttle response is quicker at part throttle, which should make the petrol easier and more comfortable to drive in city. Being more powerful, it also felt quicker to accelerate, and also has a better torque curve since its power does not taper off as sharply as the diesel’s. It also feels quite at ease while cruising on the highway. The diesel feels quite dull to drive. It is at its peppiest best in a very narrow window. Any time you want to go faster, whether in the city or on open roads, you will have to work the gearbox. Gearshift quality in the diesel is also not as good as in the petrol, especially when shifting from second to third gear. Petrol and diesel both get Eco and City driving modes, like the Tiago, and Tata says the modes have been tweaked for a better experience.

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    Zigwheels | 1 year ago

    Under the hood, the fire power is provided by a 1.2-litre petrol engine and a 1.05 - liter diesel engine putting out 85PS /114 Nm and 85 PS/140 Nm respectively. Tigor is based on Tiago hatchback platform and has been crafted beautifully despite its dimensions limited by sub-4m sedan regualtions. The abundance of space inside the cabin and the quality interiors are some of the highlights of Tigor and this Tata also features best in class 420-liter boot. It looks like a good overall package with decent equipment, and frugal engines - though these are best used in the city. The JTP variant, on the other hand, caters to the budget-conscious enthusiast who would have had a hole burnt in their pockets earlier.

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    Soumik | 2 months ago

    Excellent bro.... It was in fact my first car n it turned out to be so good that within 7 months of usage I bought another tata car that's Nexon....

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    Vikas | 2 months ago

    Awesome performance in compact sedan class, very good user friendly functions as well as good drivability, have a test drive immediately..

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    SAURABH | 2 months ago

    Performance is very nice . You don’t feel any lug while driving anywhere. Its look is awesome.

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    Naveen | 3 days ago

    Not any progblem , just knick knacks which I am sure is with every other car

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    JagJeevan | 2 weeks ago

    Excellent, in 1.5 years no problem

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    Murlidhar | 7 months ago

    Tigor is good car far better than dezire. Which us very brittle car. Highway accident maximum on dezire.

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    Sajid | 2 months ago

    Best performance

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    Avinash | 3 months ago

    Go for it

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