Tata Motors just added new AMT variants to Tata Tigor’s line-up. Prices of the AMT model start at Rs.6.39 lakh.
To increase the appeal of the Tata Tigor, its manufacturer has decided to extend the available options range by adding two AMT variants to the line-up. The new variants, XMA and XZA+, are priced at Rs. 6.39 lakh and Rs 7.24 lakh, respectively. Prices of the AMT models are roughly Rs 44,000 higher than those of the manual counterparts. Speaking on the addition of two new variants, S N Barman Vice President, Sales, Marketing & Customer Support, Passenger Vehicles Business Unit, Tata Motor, said
“In a constant effort to maintain our growth momentum, we continuously introduce advanced technologies in our products, fill white spaces and offer exciting product interventions to meet the growing aspirations of our customers. This strategy also includes continuously expanding and strengthening our automatic portfolio. We are confident that our customers will appreciate the perfect combination of practicality and convenience these new additions have to offer,”
Tata XMA and XZA+ will come with the bells and whistles of the manual range
The mid-range XMA variant of the Tiago-based sedan comes with all fitments available on the manual counterpart. The Tata Tigor XMA features a Harman-sourced sound system with Bluetooth connectivity, rear seat centre armrest, rear parking sensors, and multiple driving modes. In terms of safety features, the XMA trim comes with ABS and EBD, speed-dependent automatic door lock, and cornering stability control.
Correspondingly, the XZA carries forward the feature package of the top-spec XZ Plus trim of the manual range. Particularly, it gets the bonus features like a 7-inch infotainment screen with Apple Carplay and Android Auto compatibility, 15-inch diamond-cut alloy wheels, power foldable ORVMs, integrated LED turn indicators and dual chamber projector headlamps. The Harman audio system is upgraded to an eight-piece system.
Tata XMA and XZA+ will be available with the 1.2-litre three-cylinder Revotron petrol engine (85 BHP/114 Nm)
Both of the variants are available with a 1.2-litre three-cylinder Revotron petrol engine that makes a maximum power of 85 BHP and a peak torque of 114 Nm. The automatic gearbox unit featured on the Tigor sports anti-stall and crawl feature, which makes it a perfect fit for city travelling. Meanwhile, Tata is reportedly working on developing the facelifted Tigor, which is expected to be launched by the end of 2019. In line with the upcoming BSVI norms, Tata Motors will pull the plug on the 1.05-litre diesel engine which is currently available on the diesel Tigor range.
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