Both models gaining popularity in the A-segment.
Tata Motors aimed to break the norm with the Tata Tigor's unique styling in the sub-4 metre sedan market, and it apparently has done so. The Tigor XZ and Tigor XZ(O) have a waiting period of four to five weeks, while the Tigor XE takes around 20 days to reach its customer.
The 'Styleback' sedan is offered with 85 PS 1.2-litre Revotron three-cylinder petrol and 70 PS 1.05-litre Revotorq three-cylinder diesel engines in XE, XT, XZ and XZ(O) grades.
Smoked projector headlamps, 15-inch dual-tone alloy wheels, LED tail lamps, reverse parking camera, automatic climate control, smartphone-based navigation and audio system with four speakers and four tweeters are some of the key features of the Tata Tigor.
The Tata Tiago AMT has also received a good market response. Available only in the top-spec XZA grade, the Tiago AMT's deliveries are taking over a month from the time of booking at some dealerships. The AMT option is exclusive to the 85 PS 1.2-litre Revotron three-cylinder petrol engine model. 14-inch alloy wheels, dual-tone interior scheme, body coloured air vents, smartphone-based navigation and audio system with four speakers and four tweeters are the highlights of the car.
Tata Motors is working on an AMT option for the Tata Tigor. Vivek Srivatsa, Tata Motors' marketing head, had confirmed to IAB at the Tata Tigor's launch that the company will soon come out with an automated manual transmission model of the Tigor range.
[Source: Autocar India]