After a decent debut with the Tiago hatchback in 2016, Tata Motors is now hoping for success in the compact sedan segment with the Tigor. The Tigor, which was unveiled at the Geneva Motor Show this month, will be launched in India on 29 March.
The vehicle will be available in petrol and diesel variants, and is expected to be priced at Rs 6 lakh and above. Tata isn’t exactly known for its style quotient, but with the Tiago and now the Tigor, the company is clearly looking to make up on this front.
But the big question is, how does the Tigor rank among its competition? We find out with this first drive review.
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