Tata Motors has issued a voluntary recall for the Tigor diesel models in the country to fix a potential emission issue. While the carmaker hasn’t yet revealed the exact numbers of units, it is estimated to be around 7,000 to 9,000 vehicles manufactured between 6th March to 1st December, 2017. The chassis numbers of the affected models fall between MAT629401GKP52721 to MAT629401HKN89616. Read – Tata Tigor JTP Will Be India’s Cheapest Performance Sedan
The automaker has assured that the recalled Tigor diesel models are safe to drive and the emission issue doesn’t affect the vehicle in any manner. The respective dealers will contact to owners of the affected vehicles and fix the glitch free of cost. Customers can also log on to Tata Motor’s official website and fill out their chassis number to check if their vehicle is a part of the recall. Read About – Tata Tigor Electric Sedan
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Powering the Tata Tigor diesel is a 1.05-litre three-cylinder Revotorq engine paired to a 5-speed manual gearbox. It develops a top power of 69bhp at 4,000rpm and a maximum torque of 140Nm between 1,800rpm-3,000rpm. The oil burner is claimed to return an ARAI-certified mileage of 17.43kmpl in city and 24.7kmpl on freeways. Check Out – Tata 45X Premium Hatchback Pictures & Details
Currently, the diesel models of the sedan are priced between Rs 5.72 lakh – Rs 7.19 lakh. Prices of the petrol variants start from Rs 4.84 lakh and go up to Rs 6.47 lakh. The Tata Tigor Buzz edition is available at Rs 5.64 lakh (petrol) and Rs 6.53 lakh (diesel). All prices are ex-showroom, Delhi.
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