Tata Tigor arrives at dealer yard, ahead of launch next-week

Now as the launch nears, Tata Motors has started sending demo cars of India’s first ‘StyleBack,’ the Tigor to their wide range of dealership across the country, ahead of its launch on 29th March 2017.


Note the 3-dimensional headlamps with a smoked lens, and sporty black bezel on the Tigor.

The folks at Team-BHP have shared the snaps of the third product embodying Tata’s IMPACT Design language spotted in unknown location. This means, the dealerships are likely to start offering test drive to the interested customers very soon. Bookings of the Tigor have already been commenced, with a payment of Rs 5,000.

The design enhances the looks of the product while maximizing the utility space, liberating space for passengers and in the boot. The car is intelligently designed with superior legroom and 24 utility spaces to provide ample storage to carry one’s world along. Furthermore, the interior architecture of the car is exquisitely designed with a dual-tone cockpit, luxurious patterned seats with bolsters, a premium knitted roof liner, along with customizable air vents, lending a very upmarket and inviting feel.


Tata Motors will announce the much-awaited prices of Tigor on March 29.

Engine line-up will include both petrol and diesel variants – Revotron 1.2L (petrol engine) and Revotorq 1.05L (diesel engine). The Revotron 1.2L 3-cylinder petrol engine delivers an optimum power of 85ps and a maximum torque of 114Nm whereas the Revotorq 1.05L diesel engine delivers optimum power of 70ps and a maximum torque of 140Nm. Both engines paired to a 5-speed manual gearbox, while an AMT will be launched at a later stage.

Both the engines are available with multi-drive modes – Eco and City. The Eco mode optimises engine performance for superior fuel economy while the City mode, which is also the default mode, optimises engine output for the best of both, a peppy driving experience and efficiency.

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Source: Team-BHP