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Tata Tigor AMT Launched In XMA and XZA+ Variants; Prices Start From Rs 6.39 Lakh


The Tigor XZA automatic variant has now been discontinued

 

Tata Tigor
  • Tata has introduced two new automatic variants of the Tigor.
  • AMT variants are priced at a premium of Rs 44,000 over their manual counterparts.
  • The flagship XZA+ variant of the Tigor now gets an automatic.
  • The Tigor is still the most affordable automatic sedan on sale in the country.

 

Tata Tigor

Tata has revised the automatic variants of the Tigor lineup. The AMT transmission along with the petrol motor can now be had with 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. With this update, the Tigor gets the AMT option in two out of the four petrol variants. Have a look at the price list below.

Tigor

Petrol

Diesel

XE

Rs 5.50 Lakh

Rs 6.4 Lakh

XM

Rs 5.95 Lakh

Rs 6.85 Lakh

XMA

Rs 6.39 Lakh

 

XZ

Rs 6.25 Lakh

Rs 7.15 Lakh

XZ+

Rs 6.8 Lakh

Rs 7.7 Lakh

XZA+

Rs 7.24 Lakh

 
Tata Tigor

In terms of the features, the flagship XZA+ gets all the bells and whistles like automatic climate control, a 7-inch touchscreen infotainment system with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, an eight-speaker sound system, 15-inch diamond cut alloy wheels, auto-fold ORVMs and projector headlamps with a chrome finish. The XMA misses out on the premium features like the touchscreen and the fancy wheels and only gets a basic set like 14-inch steel wheels, fabric seat upholstery, an analogue audio system with four speakers and no steering mounted controls either. However, both variants share the same set of safety features, including dual front airbags, ABS with EBD, Corner Stability Control and reverse parking sensors.

 

Tata Tigor XZ+

The Tigor’s powertrain options continue to be the same 1.2-litre 3-cylinder Revotron petrol engine that produces 85PS and 114Nm, and the 1.05-litre 3-cylinder Revotorq diesel engine with 70PS and 140Nm. Both engines are offered with a 5-speed manual as standard while the petrol motor gets the option of an AMT too.

All of the Tigor’s rivals also feature automatic transmissions, but the Tata continues to be the most affordable of the lot by a considerable margin.

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  • Rajesh | 2 weeks ago @ Kulbhushan | I am interested in buying an automatic car in 7-9 lakh range. I am confused between Tigor XZA+ petrol (newly launched) and Amaze S CVT petrol. I need the car for occasional use at approx less than 1000 ...Read More BINGO! exactly same with me... But I drove the tigor too, AMT is also smooth but definitely not upto the mark of amaze Cvt...but overall tigor package looks attractive... Still in confusion 0 Reply
    Kulbhushan | 3 weeks ago I am interested in buying an automatic car in 7-9 lakh range. I am confused between Tigor XZA+ petrol (newly launched) and Amaze S CVT petrol. I need the car for occasional use at approx less than 1000 ...Read More 0 Reply