Newly launched 2020 Tata Tigor compact sedan is BSVI compliant and has a 4-star Global NCAP safety rating.
Tigor BS6 is built on Impact 2.0 Design language, just like the Altroz. Speaking about design updates, 2020 Tata Tigor features a chrome finish tri-arrow motif on the piano black grille that comes together with sleek projector headlamps, and LED DRLs. The car runs on dual tone diamond cut alloy wheels.
On the inside is a flat bottom steering wheel, and dual tone interiors. The recognisable Humanity line runs between the headlamps. All new Tigor is available in 5 colours – Deep Red, Pearlescent White, Pure Silver, Daytona Grey and Arizona Blue. As expected, in its BSVI avatar, Tigor variants are now pricier. Below is the detailed ex-showroom price list of new Tigor facelift.
|Tigor XE||Rs 5.75 lakh|
|Tigor XM||Rs 6.1 lakh|
|Tigor XZ||Rs 6.5 lakh|
|Tigor XMA||Rs 6.6 lakh|
|Tigor XZ+||Rs 6.99 lakh|
|Tigor XZA+||Rs 7.49 lakh|
On the infotainment/tech front, 2020 Tata Tigor features Harman 17.78 cm touchscreen infotainment, and a fully digital instrument cluster. Equipped for Android Auto and Apple Carplay connectivity, there’s a 8-speaker surround sound system. There is also push button start / stop, which makes for convenience.
BS6 Tata Tigor features a 1.2L Revotron BSVI compliant petrol engine that returns 86PS of max power and max torque of 113Nm. Transmission options include 5MT as well as AMT. There is also an advanced dual path suspension system is featured.
On the safety front, Tiago features dual front airbags as standard. ABS with EBD, Corner Stability Control, and rear parking assist with camera further safety, as does an energy absorbing body structure. Vehicle experience is enhanced with a wide and comfortable rear seat. The setup features a rear armrest with a cupholder. The driver seat is height adjustable. Tiago benefits from fully automatic temperature control. Boot space fills in 419 litres.
For its safety rating, an entry level Tata Tigor variant was tested with dual airbags as standard. For adult protection, Tigor scored 12 points of a maximum 17, and 34.15 points for child protection safety of a maximum 49. Test results points to an unstable structure.
Bumpers are redesigned at the front and back. The bonnet is raised to meet pedestrian safety norms that are to be mandated. While the goodie bag looks great, it’s the Tigor XZ+ top variant that features the best of the lot. This includes a 7.0-inch touchscreen, Harman audio system, drive modes, and electrically adjustable mirrors among other features. In the compact sedan segment, 2020 Tata Tigor takes on Maruti Suzuki Dzire, Honda Amaze, Ford Aspire, and the newly launched Hyundai Aura.