Tata Motors has updated the Tigor sub-compact sedan with ABS as a standard feature across its variant range ahead of the same becoming mandatory in April.
Starting 1st April 2019, all cars sold in India have to have Anti-lock braking system as a standard fitment. In lieu of this, automobile manufacturers have started updating their existing model line-up in order to meet the approaching deadline. The latest one to join the ranks is Tata Motors who has introduced the ABS and EBD safety feature as standard across the Tigor.
In addition to introducing ABS and EBD as a standard fitment, the homegrown automaker has also made Corner Stability Control or CSC as a standard fitment as well. The Tata Tigor is a sub-compact sedan based on the automaker’s compact hatchback Tiago.
The Tata Tigor received it mid-life facelift last year. with this it got revised headlamp cluster with projector headlamps on the top-spec variant, new alloy wheels and the introduction of a touchscreen infotainment system with the support of Android Auto and Apple Car Play.
The updated Tata Tigor, with the ABD with EBD and CSC as standard fitment remains available at the same price as before. This notchback continues to fall in-between the price range of INR 5.42 lakh to INR 7.42 lakh (ex-showroom).
The Tata Tigor is available with a petrol as well as a diesel derivative. The petrol derivative is a 1.2-litre unit while the diesel derivative is a 1.05-litre unit. Transmission responsibilities are taken care of by a 5-speed manual gearbox as standard. In addition to this, there is a 5-speed AMT gearbox on offer across select variants.