Rs. 82,500 Discount On Tata Tigor In October Ahead Of Facelift Launch

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Tata Tigor discount for the month of October stands at a total of Rs. 82,500; read below to know about the details

The Tigor is getting an update on October 10 and in order to clear the existing stocks, Tata Motors has been offering a huge deal of discounts on the subcompact sedan. It is not sporadic to see auto manufacturers come up with a wide range of benefits during the festive season to garner more customers as buying sentiments will obviously be on the positive side when compared to rest of the months of the year.

Tata wants to leverage the possibilities and is providing discounts across its product portfolio. Chief among which the Tigor sedan gets cash discount of Rs. 60,000 along with exchange bonus of Rs. 20,000 and corporate offing of Rs. 2,500.

The homegrown carmaker will introduce the updated Tigor next Wednesday and it has been teased thrice already on social media. It will compete against the newly launched Ford Aspire, segment-leading Maruti Suzuki Dzire, Honda Amaze and Hyundai Xcent.

The upcoming sedan gains chrome inserts on the headlamps while the tail lamp unit gets clear lens treatment on the top portion and a mildly updated front grille. The interior adorns a redesigned centre console to accommodate the seven-inch touchscreen infotainment system.

It supports Apple CarPlay and Android Auto connectivity, navigation and Bluetooth among other functions amidst acting as a display for reversing. The 1.2-litre Revotron petrol and 1.05-litre Revotorq diesel powertrains will stay put with 84 bhp/114 Nm and 69 bhp/140 Nm respectively. The transmission duties are handled by a five-speed manual unit as standard while an AMT is sold in top-end petrol variants.

The new Tigor follows the launch of the Tiago NRG cross hatchback last month while the JTP versions of the Tiago and Tigor are waiting in the wings as well. In the first month of 2019, Tata will debut the Harrier five-seater premium SUV based on the Land Rover D8 derived OMEGA platform.