Launched in 2017, Tata Tigor is a subcompact sedan manufactured by Tata Motors Limited, an Indian multinational automotive manufacturing company. The Tata Tigor was launched under its Kite project, a line of compact sedans. Its concept was first showcased in the Autoexpo 2016, and the Kite 5 design was named as Tata Tigor. It was targeted at young, confident, and talented individuals who yearn for design and class. It was designed as India's 1st style back and was its next offering after Tata Tiago and Tata Hexa. While the car was available in the petrol and diesel variants, the company has discontinued the diesel variant from April 2020, and talks are going on to replace it with an electric version.
Tata Tigor's petrol variant has a BS6 compliant 1.2L, three-cylinder Revotron BS6 engine that gives a better driving performance as it is engineered to deliver a max power of 86PS at 6,000 RPM and max torque of 113Nm at 3,300 RPM. The mileage is around 23 kmpl. The Revotorq 1.05L three-cylinder diesel variant (1047 cc) provides an ARAI mileage of 24.7 kmpl, with a max power of 69 bhp at 4,000 RPM and max torque of 140 Nm at 1,800-3,000 RPM.
The 5 speed AMT transmission gives a clutch free driving experience and the dual-path suspension improves comfort without giving up on body roll. The 5-speed manual transmission allows for the easy gear shift and its tuned gear ratios improve acceleration control. The Tata Tigor is designed with the IMPACT 2.0 design language, which features a sharp and bold exterior look to the car. The Tri-Arrow motif on the front grille gives the Tigor a classic look and its chrome finish adds beauty to the overall frontline. The sharp visor like front grille and the stylish LED DRL's give a bold style statement that makes the Tigor look more aesthetic and clean.
Where safety is concerned, Tata Tigor features dual front airbags, ABS with EBD and corner stability control, to provide enhanced safety and directional control during panic brakes. The designers of Tigor are well aware of the dangers of reverse parking and hence have included rear parking cameras and sensors to guide the driver while parking in tight spaces and warning them about obstacles in the path.
The premium rates for any car's insurance are based on its model variant, the insurance company, among others.
Refer to the table below for an estimate of the Tata Tigor car's insurance premium rate, idv, and the cost of Zero Depreciation will fall according to the different variants.
Price of the Car
TATA TIGOR 1.05 REVOTORQ XM (1047 cc)#
TATA TIGOR Revotron XE (1199 cc)
TATA TIGOR Revotron XT (1199 cc)
*The values are calculated on the basis of the city (Delhi) and year of registration (2019).
Zero Depreciation cover: is an add-on cover under which the entire cost of the vehicle is covered. If your vehicle gets damaged due to an accident, you can claim the full cost of the vehicle and not just the depreciated value.
24x7 Road Assistance: add-on provides help and assistance if you encounter any emergency such as breakdown repair, car towing, fuel delivery, minor servicing on road, flat tyre repairs, etc. The add-on ensures that you don't suffer helplessness while travelling.
Consumables: add-on is a cover that provides protection against damage to the items of your car that undergo regular wear and tear, such as engine oil, brake oil, ball bearings, screws, nuts, bolts, washers, etc. These are called as consumables as these play an important role in the day-to-day functioning of your car.
Non-electrical accessories cover: is an add-on cover that helps you to claim the costs of the damage suffered by non-electrical parts of your vehicle such as its seat cover, non-electrical cover, alloy wheels, interior fittings, CNG kit, etc.
Passenger cover: provides a financial cover in case of disablement or death of the passengers in the car if it meets with an accident
Policyx.com is an insurance portal that helps you undergo a hassle-free renewal for your Tigor car's insurance policy. If you are in search of a quick renewal of your car, scroll up on this page and look for the form on the right-hand top corner. The next few steps from there are:
Yes. You can opt for the Engine Protection Cover as it covers all the aspects of the functioning of your engine.
Yes, the Key and Lock replacement cover will protect you against this problem.
The 'Return to Invoice' cover provides you with the original invoice value of your car and not the IDV value, in case of the theft of your car.
Yes, the daily allowance cover will keep you compensated against such costs.
Last updated on 18-11-2020