Tata Tigor

Tata Tigor

6.3 - 8.95 Lakh
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Tata Tigor Overview

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Fuel Type

Petrol/ Petrol+CNG



Manual/ AMT



17 - 21 KM/L

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Tank Capacity

35.0 L



5 Seater




Specifications & Features

Explore an in-depth overview of the Tata Tigor specifications and features, offering comprehensive details on its engine choices, fuel efficiency, torque, power, transmission, dimensions, and trunk capacity. Additionally, gain insights into the car's advanced safety features and infotainment system.

Engine CC

1199 CC


Petrol, Petrol+CNG


17 - 21 KM/L

Max Torque

113,114 Nm

Max Power

84,85 bhp


Manual, AMT


3993 mm /1677 mm /1532 mm

Boot Space

419 L

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  • c&b iconSignature LED DRLS
  • c&b iconAndroid Auto / Apple Carplay
  • c&b iconConnectNext App Suite
  • c&b iconPhone Book Access
  • c&b iconChild Safety Lock
  • c&b iconKeyless Entry
  • c&b iconAirbags
  • c&b iconABS

What's New?

The Tata Tigor, a sub-compact sedan was launched in India by Tata Motors based on its A-segment hatchback Tata Tiago. Tigor was launched in March 2017 in India. All new-Tigor has updates its features and design. It also has BS6 compliant diesel and petrol engine options. The seating capacity of the sub-compact sedan is 5. Tigor has a naturally aspirated 1.2-litre petrol engine with 3-cylinders. The maximum power generated by Tigor is 84 bhp and the peak torque is 114 Nm. Tata Tigor Diesel comes with a turbocharged Revotorq diesel engine with 3-cylinders. The maximum power generated by the diesel engine is 70 PS and the peak torque is 140 Nm. Both engines come with a 5-speed manual gearbox. The variants available in Tata Tigor are XE, XZ, XM, XZA, XZA+, & XZ+.

The petrol variants with manual transmission are Tigor XE, Tigor XM, Tigor XZ+ and Tigor XZ. 

The petrol variants with automatic transmission are Tigor XMA AMT and Tigor XZA Plus AMT.

The boot space and fuel tank capacity of the vehicle is 419 litres and 35 litres respectively. Some of the stand-out features of Tata Tigor are keyless entry, push-button start/stop, 7-inch infotainment system with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, a digital instrument cluster, and Auto AC. The mileage of the sub-compact sedan as per ARAI is 20.5 kmpl. The foldable rear seat (bench folding) is soft and comfortable for the passengers and also provides extra space when required. The car performs well and gives better driving dynamics than others launched by Tata Motors in this segment. 

Expert Review on Tata Tigor

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  • Impressive Ride Quality
  • Frugal Engines With A Cng Option Available
  • Scores Well On Safety


  • Rear Seat Lacks Legroom
  • No Ac Vents At The Rear
  • Turbo Petrol Engine Is Missing

The Tigor rides and handles well, is very well equipped, spacious and frankly, thoughtfully engineered. And although we wish the engines were a little peppier and more refined, one of the biggest reasons we think the Tigor will be popular will be because of how it looks.  As a package, the Tigor is extremely well suited for any Indian family who wants to upgrade from an entry level hatchback but still wants a three box design.

The automotive world is ever-evolving, and with that evolution comes the Tata Tigor, a promising subcompact sedan from Tata Motors. Yet another entrant in the sub-4-metre sedan category, the Tigor has the potential to challenge established names like the Maruti Suzuki Dzire, Honda Amaze, Hyundai Aura, and others. But what sets the Tigor apart is its potential to carve a niche segment for itself, thanks to a competitive price tag. Dive in with us as we unravel the intricate details of the Tata Tigor, from its powertrain options to its features, and let’s figure out if it’s the right fit for your garage and, more importantly, your hard-earned money.

One glance at the Tigor, and its lineage is evident. It draws major design elements from the Tata Tiago hatchback. The front boasts a hexagonal grille flanked by twin-barrel headlamps housing projector low beams and halogen highs. Unfortunately, the design lacks LED daytime running lights. The petrol Tigor flaunts 15-inch dual-tone diamond-cut wheels, while the diesel settles for 14-inch ones. However, the real stunner is its rear – a fusion of coupe-like roofline and a seamlessly integrated boot. Noteworthy are the innovative high-mounted spoiler with an end-to-end tail lamp and the 3D tail lamps. The sporty rear bumper adds the final touch, making the Tigor a good looking sub-4-metre sedan in India.

Inside, the Tigor doesn’t stray far from its sibling, Tiago. However, it packs a punch with an array of additional features. The dashboard houses a touchscreen infotainment system with Mirrorlink, enabling seamless phone integration for navigation and media. Apple CarPlay and Android Auto compatibility is on offer too, at least on the top-spec variants and elevate the entertainment experience. The top variants come equipped with climate control and a robust dashboard with aesthetically pleasing colour-coded AC vent surrounds. The clarity of the instrument cluster is commendable, enhanced with a unique silver-painted surround.

The Tata Tigor comes equipped with Anti Lock Brakes (ABS), and ensures maximum control even in demanding braking scenarios, diminishing the risks of skidding. The Tigor comes with standard dual airbags, ensuring the well-being of both the driver and the front passenger in the unfortunate event of a collision. As urban landscapes become denser and road conditions fluctuate, the braking feedback from the Tigor remains optimal, instilling confidence in the driver. Whether navigating the bustling city streets or cruising on the highway, Tata Tigor’s commitment to safety is evident, promising a secure journey every single time.

Powering the Tigor are two three-cylinder engines borrowed from the Tiago. The 1.2-litre petrol engine delivers an output of 84 bhp and 114 Nm of torque. While these specifications seem impressive theoretically, real-world performance suggests a hint of sluggishness and lack of punch. However, the diesel engine, a turbocharged 1.05 litre, might have lesser power at 69 bhp but compensates with a robust torque of 140 Nm, making city rides smooth. Both engines are paired with a light clutch and a precise gear shift, ensuring fatigue-free drives even in peak traffic.

At the heart of the Tata Tigor’s ride experience lies its well-calibrated suspension system. The front MacPherson struts and rear twist-beam setup have been tuned well to absorb the undulations on Indian roads, ensuring that occupants are comfortable most of the time. Whether navigating through the rough patches of rural terrain or cruising on smooth highways, the Tigor remains unperturbed, delivering a plush ride quality that’s synonymous with luxury.

Steering is another forte of the Tigor. The Electric Power-assisted Steering (EPAS) system offers a fine blend of feedback and ease, making city maneuvering a breeze while instilling confidence during high-speed highway jaunts. The steering weighs up nicely as the speedometer climbs, ensuring that the driver remains connected to the road, feeling every contour and curve. The chassis exhibits minimal body roll, and when thrown into corners, the Tigor holds its line well. It’s a car that encourages spirited driving, yet remains composed, ensuring safety remains paramount. Braking, too, is commendable. The Tigor's disc-drum brakr combination provides progressive stopping power, ensuring the vehicle halts with precision and predictability, even under demanding conditions.

Tata has priced the Tigor between Rs. 6.30-8.95 lakh. While the Tigor is not aggressively priced, it does make for a good value-for-money proposition.

Selecting the right variant is important, ensuring you get the most bang for your buck without compromising on essential features. With the Tata Tigor, this decision becomes even more significant due to the array of choices on offer. Starting with prices from Rs. 6.30 lakh and going up to Rs 8.95 lakh. But it’s not just about the price; it’s about what you get for that price. For families desiring a comprehensive package replete with commendable ride and handling, spacious interiors, and decent equipment, the Tigor stands tall. However, if engine performance and refinement are your priorities, it might be worth considering other options or waiting for a potential engine upgrade from Tata. In essence, assess your needs, prioritise your preferences, and choose a variant that aligns seamlessly with your budget.

The Tata Tigor enters a fiercely competitive market, facing off against the Maruti Suzuki Dzire, Hyundai Aura, Honda Amaze, and more. However, amidst these rivals, the Tata Tigor holds on its own, with its unique propositions. Its distinct fastback styling, competitive pricing, and a decent list of features help the car carve out its own territory. The Tata Tigor is a good option for small families, new car buyers and city dwellers. It has a good blend of style, substance, and value. The competition is fierce, but Tata Tigor, with its innovative approach, has the potential to do well in this segment.

Also, check out our in-depth Review: Tata Tigor Review

Safety Ratings

Global NCAP Rating
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12.52 Max. 17.00 Adult
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34.15 Max. 49.00 Child
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Safety Rating Details
BrandModelBody TypeYear of TestingCrash Test WeightTested ByAdultChild
TataTigor5 DOOR Sedan/Hatchback20201259Global Ncap
Tata Tigor Safety Ratings

Tata Tigor Price List (Variant Wise)

Tata Tigor Ex-Showroom price ranges from ₹ 6.3 to 8.95 Lakh. Tata offers Tigor in 12 variants. The top variant of Tigor is XZ Plus iCNG Leatherette and the base variant is XE Petrol.


Ex-Showroom Price


Tigor XE Petrol
Starts at
₹ 6.3 Lakh
1199 CC, Petrol, 17 KM/L, Manual
Tigor XM Petrol
Starts at
₹ 6.85 Lakh
1199 CC, Petrol, 17 KM/L, Manual
Tigor XZ Petrol
Starts at
₹ 7.25 Lakh
1199 CC, Petrol, 17 KM/L, Manual
Tigor XMA Petrol AMT
Starts at
₹ 7.45 Lakh
1199 CC, Petrol, 21 KM/L, Automatic
Tigor XZ Plus Petrol
Starts at
₹ 7.9 Lakh
1199 CC, Petrol, 17 KM/L, Manual
Tigor XZ Plus Leatherette
Starts at
₹ 8 Lakh
1199 CC, Petrol, 17 KM/L, Manual
Tigor XZA Plus Petrol AMT
Starts at
₹ 8.5 Lakh
1199 CC, Petrol, 21 KM/L, Automatic
Tigor XZA Plus Leatherette AMT
Starts at
₹ 8.6 Lakh
1199 CC, Petrol, 21 KM/L, Automatic


Ex-Showroom Price


Tigor XM iCNG
Starts at
₹ 7.8 Lakh
1199 CC, Petrol+CNG, 17 KM/L, Manual
Tigor XZ iCNG
Starts at
₹ 8.2 Lakh
1199 CC, Petrol+CNG, 17 KM/L, Manual
Tigor XZ Plus iCNG
Starts at
₹ 8.85 Lakh
1199 CC, Petrol+CNG, 17 KM/L, Manual
Tigor XZ Plus iCNG Leatherette
Starts at
₹ 8.95 Lakh
1199 CC, Petrol+CNG, 17 KM/L, Manual

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Ex-Showroom Price
₹ 6.30 L

Loan Amount

6.30 L



Duration (5 years)

5 years

EMI ₹ 13,075
For 5 Year @9%* Interest Rate

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Tata Tigor On-Road Price in India

Explore Tata Tigor pricing in India's major cities. The Tata Tigor is priced between ₹ 6.3 to 8.95 Lakh.

CityOn-Road Price
New Delhi₹ 6,90,704
Mumbai₹ 7,15,900
Bangalore₹ 7,34,797
Hyderabad₹ 7,03,302
Chennai₹ 7,28,498
Kolkata₹ 6,69,361
Pune₹ 7,15,900
Mysore₹ 7,34,448
Chandigarh₹ 7,09,252
Ahmedabad₹ 6,84,405
Lucknow₹ 6,96,654
Allahabad₹ 6,96,654
Agra₹ 6,96,654
Jaipur₹ 6,96,654
Nagpur₹ 7,15,551
Bhubaneswar₹ 6,96,654

Tata Tigor Mileage

46 %
Better mileage than otherSedan
35.0 L Fuel Tank Capacity

What is the fuel efficiency of Tata Tigor

Tata Tigor mileage is 17 to 21 KM/L as per ARAI The Manual Petrol engine has a mileage of 17 KM/L. The AMT Petrol engine has a mileage of 21 KM/L. The Manual Petrol+CNG engine has a mileage of 17 KM/L.

Mileage By Fuel Type

Fuel Type
PetrolManual17 KM/L
PetrolAMT21 KM/L
Petrol+CNGManual17 KM/L
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Ex-Showroom Price
₹ 6.3 - 8.95 Lakh₹ 6.44 - 9.31 Lakh₹ 7.1 - 9.86 Lakh₹ 6.33 - 8.9 Lakh₹ 6.34 - 8.98 Lakh₹ 6.2 - 7.86 Lakh
C&B Expert Rating
1199 cc1197 CC1199 CC1197 CC999 CC1198 CC
Manual, AMTManualManualManualManualManual
17 - 21 KM/L22 - 31.12 KM/L18.3 - 18.6 KM/L20.5 - 28 KM/L18 - 20 KM/L17.45 KM/L
Fuel Type
Petrol, Petrol+CNGPetrol, CNGPetrolPetrol, CNGPetrolPetrol
Seating Capacity
5 Seater5 Seater5 Seater5 Seater7 Seater6 Seater
Fuel Tank Capacity
35.0 L37.0 L35.0 L37.0 L40.0 L35.0 L
No of Variants
Detailed Comparision
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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

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  • The seats in the Tata Tigor are designed to provide a comfortable and supportive ride, with a range of upholstery options to choose from, including fabric, leatherette, and leather. The front seats feature adjustable headrests and lumbar support, while the rear seats provide ample legroom and headroom for passengers.
  • The upholstery options available in the Tata Tigor include premium fabric, leatherette, and full leather. The colors and patterns of the upholstery vary depending on the trim level and package selected.
  • The Tata Tigor's cabin is designed with ergonomics in mind, featuring a driver-centric dashboard layout that provides easy access to all controls and functions. The seats are positioned for optimal visibility and comfort, and the cabin is equipped with features like automatic climate control and a touchscreen infotainment system to enhance the driving experience.
  • The Tata Tigor is available with two engine options: a 1.2-liter naturally aspirated petrol engine and a 1.05-liter turbocharged diesel engine.
  • The petrol engine in the Tata Tigor produces a maximum power output of 86 PS and a peak torque of 113 Nm, while the diesel engine produces a maximum power output of 70 PS and a peak torque of 140 Nm.
  • The fuel efficiency of the Tata Tigor petrol engine is rated at 19.8 kmpl, while the diesel engine has a fuel efficiency rating of 24.7 kmpl.
  • The Tata Tigor's overall design language is contemporary and sleek, with a focus on aerodynamics and fuel efficiency.
  • The Tata Tigor's exterior features a sharp front fascia with angular headlights and a hexagonal grille. The sloping roofline and sculpted body panels give it a sporty and aerodynamic look, while the LED taillights and integrated spoiler add a touch of sophistication.
  • The Tata Tigor's design is optimized for aerodynamics, with smooth body panels and a sloping roofline that reduces drag and wind noise. The front grille is also designed to direct airflow over the hood and towards the sides of the car, further improving its aerodynamic performance.

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