Image Gallery: 2017 Tata Tigor - Overdrive
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Image gallery: 2017 Tata Tigor

22 Mar 2017 / 1

Tata Motors is gearing up to launch the Tigor in India on March 29, 2017. The upcoming compact sedan shares its underpinnings with the Tiago and is based on the XO platform, the same which will be doing duty under the Nexon SUV. The design cues on the Tigor is taken from the Impact theme which is also seen on the Tiago and the Hexa. While the front gets projector lights and a slightly tweaked radiator grille, the side has been completely redesigned.

Tata Motors has also stretched the wheelbase of the sedan by 50mm, making it greater than the Maruti Suzuki Swift Dzire and the Hyundai Xcent. Along with the new design, the cabin has been updated too with a touchscreen infotainment system and automatic climate control. The rear legroom too has been improved. This sub-4m sedan continues to be powered by the same powertrain options as the Tiago hatch. We have driven both the petrol and diesel versions of the Tigor, read our detailed first drive review here.

Tata Tigor (18)

The evolution of Tata Motors’ interpretation of compact sedan has been rather impressive

 

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The overall front profile of the Tata Tigor is similar to that of the hatchback

 

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While the overall profile of the headlight remains unchanged, it gets a smoked finish with projectors

 

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The radiator grille has been tweaked with additional detailing

 

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The wheelbase of the Tata Tigor has been increased by 50mm over that of the Tiago

 

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That’s new brown shade along with the larger 15-inch diamond-cut alloy wheels, the best option one can get in the sub-4m sedan segment

 

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The rear quarter profile of the Tata Tigor is the most impressive one

 

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LED tail lights and a solid chrome bar along with the multiple contours make the Tata Tigor’s rear profile truly impressive

 

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The roof-mounted spoiler comes with LED stoplights

 

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While one might like to call the Tigor a notchback, Tata Motors prefers calling it the styleback

 

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To eliminate the hinges, Tata Motors has adopted a new 4-link hydraulic mechanism

 

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The Tigor gets a boot space of 419L which is 177L more than the Tiago

 

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The cabin layout and design is shared by both the offerings, the Tiago and Tigor

 

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The top-end variants of the Tata Tigor comes with touchscreen infotainment system

 

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The touchscreen infotainment system comes with navigation as well

 

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The rear legroom has improved over the hatchback with the increased wheelbase

 

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Tata Motors has retained both the 1.2L petrol and the 1.05L diesel motors from the Tiago without altering the output

 

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The suspension set-up in the Tigor is identical to the Tiago’s and offers similar ride and handling despite a 40kg increase in kerb weight

 

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A smart design paired with the feature list can make the Tata Tigor a value for money offering, if priced right



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