Further expanding its Tigor lineup, Tata Motors has introduced the AMT (automatic) version of the mid-size sedan. The company has silently updated two AMT variants – XTA and XZA – on its official website. The new Tata Tigor AMT (automatic) models are around Rs 40,000 more expensive than their respective manual counterparts.
In September 2017, the Pune-based carmaker launched a new Tigor XM variant at Rs 4.99 lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi). The new model has been placed between the XE and XT variants. Besides this, the company is also working on the electric version of the car. The Tata Tigor electric will be produced at the carmaker’s Sanand plant in Gujarat. It will be sold to the Indian government under the EESL contract.
Tata Tigor AMT (Automatic) Key Features
– 5-speed AMT gearbox
– IMPACT design philosophy
– Several segment first features
– Class-leading boot space
– Affordable pricing
Tata Tigor AMT (Automatic) Price List
|XTA||Rs 5.75 lakh|
|XZA||Rs 6.22 lakh|
The Tata Tigor automatic is being offered in two range-topping trims – XTA and XZA – priced at Rs 5.75 lakh and Rs 6.22 lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi) respectively. This makes them around Rs 40,000 costlier than the XTA and XZA manual variants. At this price point, the Tata Tigor automatic will take on the Maruti Dzire AMT, Honda Amaze CVT and Ford Aspire AT. Currently, the Tigor StyleBack carline is available in the price range of Rs 4.64 lakh – Rs 6.95 lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi).
Tata Tigor AMT (Automatic) Exterior Design
Based on Tata’s new IMPACT design philosophy, the Tata Tigor is the best-looking car in its segment. Elements such as sloping roofline and well-designed compact tail section enhance the coupe-like styling. While the petrol version of the sedan rides on 15-inch wheels, the diesel trim gets 14-inch alloy wheels. Upfront of the car has aggressive appeal featuring blacked-out headlamps and halogen high beam setup. Other design elements include LED tail lamps with a high mounted LED third brake lights, a roof mounted spoiler. Read: Tata Nexon – All You Need To Know
Tata Tigor AMT (Automatic) Interior
Since the Tigor automatic is based on the top-spec XTA and XZA trims, it comes loaded with the all comfort and safety feature offered on the carline. In fact, the sedan comes with several best-in-class features. The range-topping model gets a 5-inch touchscreen infotainment system from Harman with 4 speakers and 4 tweeters. This unit supports multiple functions such as voice command recognition, Navimaps, digital controls for FATC, SD card reader, incoming SMS notifications and read-outs, etc. Read About – New Tata Tiago Hatchback
Tata Tigor AMT (Automatic) Specifications & Performance
|Engine||1.2-litre Revotron petrol|
The Tigor automatic is made available with petrol engine only. The 1.2-litre Revotron petrol engine pushes out a maximum power of 84bhp and a peak torque of 114Nm. This unit is now available with two transmission options – a 5-speed manual and a 5-speed AMT. The Tigor sedan also comes with a 1.05 Revotroq diesel engine that makes power worth 69bhp against 140Nm of torque. The oil burner comes patched with a 5-speed manual gearbox only. More on performance..
Tata Tigor AMT (Automatic) Mileage
With the manual transmission, the petrol unit returns a claimed mileage of 22kmpl. The automated manual transmission version of the sedan will deliver a mileage between 20kmpl – 21kmpl.
Tata Tigor AMT (Automatic) Comfort
Sitting on a long wheelbase, the Tigor offers generous cabin space. The front seats are comfortable, and offer decent thigh support. The rear seats have enough legroom and shoulder room for two adults. Features such as fully automatic temperature control, rear parking camera, Tata’s smart remote and emergency assist enhance its comfort and convenience levels. Read – Tata’s Tamo RACEMO Wins German Design Award 2018
Tata Tigor AMT (Automatic) Practicality
The sedan offers 24 storage compartments including a cooled glove box, one touchdown driver side window and foldable armrest for the rear seat with cup holders. It offers a boot capacity of 419-lites. The cargo space doesn’t have intrusive brackets, thus providing better accommodation for luggage. Pictures & Details – Tata Hexa Downtown Urban Edition
Tata Tigor AMT (Automatic) Safety
The Tigor derives its braking power from front disc brakes and rear drum brakes. The sedan also gets dual front airbags, ABS with EBD and 3-point seatbelt along with central lock and speed sensing auto lock.
Should You Buy This Car?
Tata Tigor is already an all-round package. With the addition of the AMT gearbox, the sedan will give a tough fight to new Maruti Suzuki Dzire AMT and Honda Amaze CVT. It comes as an affordable option for buyers who are looking for easy-to-drive city car.
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