Tata Motors has introduced the TIGOR AMT variants in the Indian market.
The TIGOR AMT is available in XT and XZ trims and is priced at Rs. 575000 for XTA variant and Rs. 622000 for the XZA variant, ex-showroom Delhi.
Tata Motors also introduced the XM trim in September to expand the range and provide and provide more options to a buyer.
With 95% sales from top 3 trims and 80% from petrol fuel, Tata Motors has introduced the AMT variants. The new variants could help the company increase sales between 500-700 units a month and will do well in metros where driving in bumper to bumper traffic is quite a pain.
Awarded for Design Excellence by CII even before launch the TIGOR is a good looking compact sedan and boasts features like Smoked projector headlamps with high-intensity illumination, Diamond cut 15” dual tone alloy wheels, LED tail lamps, dual-tone interiors, 24 Intelligent utility spaces etc.
In terms of performance, the AMT variants are powered by the same 1.2 1.2L Revotron Petrol engine and develops 85 PS @ 6000 RPM of max power and max torque of 114 Nm @ 3500 RPM.
The AMT transmission is also equipped with Sport mode for a peppy drive.
The TIGOR AMT is equipped with four gear positions – Automatic, Neutral, Reverse and Manual for smooth and regular acceleration to offer a comfortable and stress-free driving experience. In addition, it boasts of a first-in-class Sports mode, for a spirited and peppy driving experience. The Manual mode helps shift gears at a flick of a gear stick for an engaging experience.
For ease of manoeuvrability in heavy traffic conditions and during parking, the TIGOR AMT comes with an in-built ‘creep’ feature, which enables the car to crawl as soon as the pressure is eased off the brake pedal, without pressing the accelerator. This function also prevents the car from rolling back when it starts from an inclined position.
Tata TIGOR new prices
|XZ (O)||₹ 5,99,645|
|XZ (O)||₹ 6,95,739|
The TIGRO Styleback was introduced in the March 2017 and has been averaging about 2500-3000 units a month as compared to the Dzire which now des 30,000 plus units a month. With new variants, Tata Motors could expect higher sales.