The Tata Tiago is now available at a discount of INR 18000 in Bengaluru. In Mumbai, the discount is around INR 13,000 and INR 12,000 in Delhi, NCR. The discount on a newly launched car is always desirable and makes it slightly better value for money. The Tata Tigor shares the same platform of the Tiago, but it has undergone multiple changes. Be it design, length, wheelbase, design and even features. So there are multiple changes on the Tigor from the regular hatchback. These are similarities too, but these are minimal. There aren’t a lot of same bits in both the cars.

The Tigor has 50mm longer wheelbase and this makes the rear door longer. The front resembles the Tiago but then the front grille has a different design, it gets smoked headlamps. The front fog lamps are different. Then the side profile looks different as the sporty back looks stylish and the rear also looks different. The tail lamps even have LEDs and the rear spoiler gets LEDs in them too.

In terms of engine, there is the 1.2-litre Revotron petrol engine This engine produces about 84bhp of power and 110Nm of peak torque. The diesel is a 1.05-litre engine that churns about 70bhp of power. Both these engines come mated to a five-speed manual transmission.

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Tata Tigor Price in India

VariantsPrice (on-road, Delhi)
Petrol XEINR 5.17 lakhs
Petrol XTINR 5.95 lakhs
Petrol XZINR 6.49 lakhs
Petrol XZ(O)INR 6.80 lakhs
Diesel XEINR 6.16 lakhs
Diesel XTINR 6.94 lakhs
Diesel XZINR 7.48 lakhs
Diesel XZ(O)INR 7.79 lakhs

If you look at the prices and compare the Tigor with the Tiago, it is a lot more expensive. However, the moment the comparison is made to the other compact sedans, Tigor appears to be way more cheaper. The pricing is competitive, but we won’t call it to be aggressive enough.

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Tata Tigor Image Gallery

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Tata Tigor Mileage

 Tata Tigor Mileage
Petrol16 km/l
Diesel22 km/l
Petrol AMT15 km/l

In terms of mileage, the petrol engine should return about 12-14 km/l in the city, while on the highway it should be close to about 18 km/l. On the other hand, the diesel engine will have a mileage of 17 km/l in the highway and about 22 km/l on the highway.

Tata Tigor Variants

There shall be four trim levels on the Tigor. XE, XT, XZ and XZ (O). Both these shall be offered on the petrol and the diesel engine.

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Tata Tigor Driving Dynamics

In terms of driving, the Tata Tigor ride has a very supple ride. It irons out most of the road bumps and it does a fairly good job. The handling too, is one of the best in its segment. Push it around a bend and the hatchback does a good job. The steering wheel is light and still has good enough feedback. This is what makes it stand out.

The fuel tank capacity of the Tata Tigor is 35 litres, which will be sufficient for long road trips as well. The ride quality of this vehicle is good and what stands is its handling. It is a good mix of ride quality and handling characteristics. The ABS on offer comes with EBD (electronic brake force distribution), corner stability control (CSC) for enhanced braking efficiency.

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Tata Tigor Dimensions

Length3,992 mm
Fuel Tank35 litres
Tyre Size175/60 R15/ R14 (Petrol/Diesel)
Boot Space419 litres


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Tata Tigor side

Tata Tigor Design

In terms of styling, there isn’t a major difference in the fascia. Well, it resembles the Tiago to a great extent. There is a sleek front grille along with a black honeycomb mesh and smoked out headlamps too. The round fog lamps have chrome surrounds. The wing mirrors are blacked out as it matches with the roof too.

The Tata Tigor feels more like a notchback. Where it stands out is that it looks different. That is one of the strong points for this sedan. While, most of the compact sedans are more of a compromise in design, the Tata Tigor does it the other way.

Tata Tigor rear

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Tata Tigor Interiors

It is on the inside that the Tata Tigor looks similar to the Tiago. The interiors are all black, when compared to the Tiago, which is black and grey. The Tata Tigor has the same signature three spoke steering wheel with controls for music and voice command. There will be the same instrument cluster too. This displays average speed, distance to empty, fuel efficiency and instant fuel efficiency as well. The driver information system is new.

Tata Tigor interior

As the wheelbase of the sedan has seen an increase, it has much better rear knee room. This enhances the comfort too. At the same time, Tata Tigor even gets a rear arm rest with two cup holders in it. The boot space at 419 litres is certainly one of the largest in the segment. This makes the Tigor a highly practical compact sedan.

Tata Tigor Specifications

Engine1.2-litre petrol1.05-litre diesel
Power84bhp @ 6,000rpm69bhp @ 4,000rpm
Torque114Nm @ 3,500rpm140Nm @ 1,800-3,000rpm
Transmission5-speed manual/AMT5-speed manual
Bore x Stroke77mm x 85.8mm75mm x 79mm
Compression ratio10.8:1


Kerb Weight1074kg1080kg
Front suspensionMcPherson Struts
Rear suspensionTwist beam
ABSWith EBD on top model


A 1.2-litre petrol does duty on the Tigor. This engine is fantastic. It is smooth and very easy to drive. There is no oomph factor about it. It has been tuned for better mileage than performance. There is sufficient power to overtake but then it doesn’t have the refinement. There is an evident petrol engine noise and some amount of vibration at low speeds. But then this engine is smooth and is easy to drive in the city or even on the highway. Job done! 5-speed manual box is sleek and short.

The diesel engine on the other hand has very linear power. There is good enough power at low engine speed, but it is comfortable to cruise in. Even for the highway, it is a good vehicle to cruise in. At the same time, one needs to downshift to make those quick overtaking moves. Tata Tigor has a smaller size engine, and the power doesn’t match up to the competition in the diesel engines. The engine is fairly refined and has very low engine noise. The diesel engine clatter is audible only after 4000rpm. There is high levels of refinement in this engine. In performance, petrol should be your pick, while diesel is more of a mile muncher option.

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Tata Tigor Features

There are some additional features on offer too. For instance, there is a touchscreen system. This gets reverse parking camera and even navigation.The Tata Tigor comes with an integrated music system on the top-of-the-line variant. This has an Harman music system with bluetooth connectivity, USB and even aux. It plays music through eight speakers. The five-inch screen has reverse parking display, SMS display and readout, step-by-step navigation for Android phones and Juke-car app. This app allows to connect multiple smartphones to the music system at the same time.

There will even be climate control, which isn’t offered on the Tiago.The rear seat on the Tata Tigor has centre armrest too. There is even JukeCar app that has been built only for Tata vehicles. The touchscreen system will be there and this will even get reverse parking camera.

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Tata Tigor brake light

The air-vent colours may come colour coded. The panel surrounding the AC vents and the centre console has an option to be changed to any colour that is available.

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Tata Tigor Colours

Tata Tigor shall be made available in six colour options. These include:

  • Copper Dazzle
  • Pearlescent White
  • Striker Blue
  • Espresso Brown
  • Platinum Silver
  • Berry Red


Tata Tigor rear head room

Tata Tigor Competition

Tata Tigor will be competing with the Maruti Suzuki Swift DZire, Hyundai XCent, Chevrolet Essentia, Honda Amaze facelift and the Ford Figo Aspire. The Tata Zest will be another competition product as well. However, the Zest will be a tad more expensive than the Tigor.

Tata Tigor Features


  •  15-inch wheels (Petrol)
  • Smoked headlamps
  • LED brake lamp
  • LED turn indicator on mirrors
  • LED tail lamp
  • Projector headlamps


  • Touchscreen system
  • Reverse camera
  • Steering controls
  • Arm rest
  • Rear Arm rest


  • Dual airbags
  • ABS with EBD
  • Immobiliser

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