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  • Q. How to do hairpin or driving in mountainous areas with Tigor AMT.

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    Zigwheels | 2 months ago

    The automatic cars are somewhat easy to drive on the hills. If the slope is steep, the automatic will downshift into a gear lower for better torque. If its about hairpin bends then they are the most difficult types of turns to tackle on hilly roads. But if you know the right technique, you can do so with ease and with peace of mind. The key rule for turning through a hairpin bend is to always slow down, be it uphill or downhill. Rest, it all depends on ones driving skills.

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  • 5.0

    This is a surprisingly refined and fun to drive car. I have had the car for 18 months and have driven 15000 km. I bought it after evaluating the Amaze, Ameo, Dezire and Verna. On the highway this car has given me and average of 20.8, with AC running but top speed restricted to 100 kmph, on an expressway for 1200 km. In the city she has given me and average of 16.5. The engine is really very refined and responsive. The power delivery is smooth through the entire RPM range; the gearing is very well planned. The top speed I achieved is 156 kmph (GPS showing 153), wherein the over-speed warning cut in. Even at these speeds, the engine did not run out of breath and did not sound stressed. The interiors are comfortable with ample headroom and leg room for all. The most outstanding quality of the car was its ride quality and handling. The handling is extremely cohesive and steering is very responsive with excellent cornering. The ride quality is very polished and the car gives the feel of much higher segment car. A few drawbacks though - the touch-screen entertainment system is not really that refined. It does not support Android Auto or Apple Car-play. The 'A' pillar is slightly large and the driver instrument display system is a little fussy. The ConnectNext (Tata in-house) app is really poorly designed and does not accord any benefits.Other than these minor faults it’s a smashingly great car and tremendous value for money. The faults listed have been addressed to a large extent (I believe) in the 2020 model. I am planning to buy another Tigor for my wife – it’s honestly that good!!

  • 4.7

    I have driven my tigor xz+ petrol for a few thousand kilometers and i am very happy with my decision despite friends suggesting not to go with Tata cars. Everyone has their priority aspects while purchasing the car but mine was in the order of safety, comfort, price, mileage, and features. It has bagged 4 stars in NCAP for safety, it's suspension is very good as compared to the other cars in this segment, price is competitive, mileage it gives 20 kmpl (combined) in eco mode. It has the required features. I have driven in the city and went on long drives about 600kms. I feel confident and safe while driving. It never gave me any problem until now. Coming to the cons the styling is not very much impressive and it's a personal choice. While putting the reverse gear i need to apply slightly more force than the forward gears but for me it's ignorable since it's very slight and if I don't apply then it will be stuck in between. Car-related apps are not useful. Just for namesake, they are lying in the Android store. People say tata service centers are not good but i suggest to enquire and go to a good service center. And also you need to deal with the people who disesteem you for owning a TATA :), just be happy on your decision and ignore those people, also keep in mind every car has some cons be it a supercar or budget car.

  • 5.0

    A car which will satisfy you in every aspect. The bulid quality of the car is more than awesome.. and the comfort, features it offers at such reasonable price is awesome . And the infotainment system with those Harmon Cardon speakers will just blow your mind.. average of this car is totally depends on how you drive it. In city u will get around 15-16 km per ltr and in highway u will get 21-24 kmpl.. will recommend this car to everyone

  • 5.0

    I think is the best car in its segment and when you know its from an home grown Indian brand then its more than enough. Only the suspension setup can make you feel like' paisa wasool 'Build quality will never disappoint you an any situation.its almost of same weight as of Maruti ciaz.Thats a big thing.Comfortable, handling and moreover its music system with 4 speaker and 4 tweeter...just wow..Love this car

  • 3.7

    No unlock button for the doors even in the top model. AC fan when high makes a huge sound. The AC Vents, other fibres like those near gear and dashboard are lightweight, needs to be stronger. Overall nice look, nice performance. Satisfied. But needs some improvement.

  • 4.0

    1) Low end torque is not good, overtaking in city is being difficult. 2) Electronics malfunctioning some times.3) service experience is not good from Tata motors.4) Ride & Handling best in segment5) Build quality is remarkable.6) Seat comfort better than its rival

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