Tata presents 'new' Tigor

Also today, we look back over the border to see what's out there to purchase. We come from India, where Tata, the 'completely new' Tigor has presented, a car that is absolutely not so new as the manufacturer wants you to believe.

In march last year brought Tata the Tigor on the market, in fact, the sedanversie in 2015 presented Tiago. The Tiago is a 3,75 metres short hatchback, which initially Zica to be called. Because of the then prevailing Zika-virus got the model a different name. That car got a sedankont, so Tata is an appropriate response had on cars like the Volkswagen Ameo, Hyundai Xcent, Honda Amaze and Suzuki DZire (photo 6 and 7). Where Hyundai monthly about 4,000 Xcent's brings to the man in India, the Tigor of stitches on a maandverkoop of about 2,500 pieces. Tata relaunches the Tigor now as an "all-new Tigor', to the sedannetje again under the spotlight.

Although Tata hard calls that the Tigor is new, the adjustments are very minimal to mention. The just under 4 metres long and of 1.58 inches wide sedan gets a little more chrome finished on his snout and the headlights are classified differently. In addition, the car has a haaienvinantenne, other taillights, copies of which are now almost completely white. The Tigor gets a new infotainment system, optional of course, and can against fee be equipped with a backup camera.

Also in the motor area, nothing has changed and that means that the renewed Tigor, which, incidentally, with a lot of fuss was advertised, just available with a 1.2-litre three-cylinder petrol engine 85 hp and 112 Nm, but also available with a 1.0-litre three-cylinder diesel 70 hp and 140 Nm generates. The starting price of the Tigor is determined on the gofweg € 6.140.