; ;

    Select your brand/car

    Search

    Tata Tigor 2020 Petrol vs Competition - Price, Specs, Dimensions Comparison

    by Mahesh Yadav Dates: 15 Jul 2020

    We compare Tigor against other B2-segment sedans on the basis of prices, engine specs and dimensions to analyse how it holds up against the competition.


    Tata Tigor 2020 Petrol vs Competition

    Tata Tigor Petrol vs Rivals | Price Comparison

    Tata Tigor facelift prices start from Rs. 5.39 lakh (ex-showroom) and it rivals the Maruti Suzuki Dzire, Honda Amaze, Hyundai Aura and Ford Aspire in the segment. The complete price list of the petrol-powered Tigor is as follows:

    B2-SEGMENT SEDAN | PETROL MANUAL | PRICE COMPARISON

    EX-SHOWROOM | NOV 2020

    Tata

    Tigor

    Maruti Suzuki

    Dzire

    Honda

    Amaze

    Ford

    Aspire

    Hyundai

    Aura

    XE

    ₹5,39,000

    LXI

    ₹5,89,000

       

    E

    ₹5,85,600

    XM

    ₹5,99,000

     

    E

    ₹6,17,000

    Ambiente

    ₹6,09,000

     

    XZ

    ₹6,40,000

    VXI

    ₹6,79,000

       

    S

    ₹6,61,600

    XZ+

    ₹6,99,000

     

    S

    ₹6,88,000

    Titanium

    ₹7,19,000

     
     

    ZXI

    ₹7,48,000

    S Special Edition

    ₹7,00,000

    Titanium

    ₹7,54,000

    SX

    ₹7,35,600

     

    ZXI+

    ₹8,28,000

    V

    ₹7,48,000

     

    SX(O)

    ₹7,91,600

       

    VX

    ₹7,96,000

     

    SX Turbo

    ₹8,60,600

    Tata Tigor petrol manual comes with 4 variants: XE, XM, XZ and XZ+.

    • Tata Tigor starts at Rs. 5.39 lakh. Tigor XE is the most affordable petrol manual B2-segment sedan.
    • XZ+ is Tigor's most expensive variant with the petrol manual powertrain. It costs Rs. 6.99 lakh and that makes it more affordable than the most expensive petrol manual B2-segment sedan, Hyundai Aura SX Turbo, by Rs. 1.6 lakh.

    B2-SEGMENT SEDAN | PETROL AUTOMATIC | PRICE COMPARISON

    EX-SHOWROOM | NOV 2020

    Tata

    Tigor

    Maruti Suzuki

    Dzire

    Honda

    Amaze

    Ford

    Aspire

    Hyundai

    Aura

    XM

    ₹6,49,000

           

    XZ+

    ₹7,49,000

    VXI

    ₹7,31,500

    S

    ₹7,78,000

     

    S

    ₹7,11,500

     

    ZXI

    ₹8,00,500

    S Special Edition

    ₹7,90,000

     

    SX+

    ₹8,10,500

       

    V

    ₹8,38,000

       
     

    ZXI+

    ₹8,80,500

    VX

    ₹8,79,000

       

    Tata Tigor petrol automatic comes with 2 variants: XM and XZ+.

    • Tata Tigor starts at Rs. 6.49 lakh. Tigor XM is the most affordable petrol automatic car in the segment.
    • It’s the most affordable top-spec petrol automatic option among all B2 sedans.
    • XZ+ is Tigor's most expensive variant with the petrol automatic powertrain. It costs Rs. 7.49 lakh and that makes it more affordable than the most expensive petrol automatic B2-segment sedan, Maruti Suzuki Dzire ZXI+, by Rs. 1.3 lakh.

    Tata Tigor 1.2 Petrol vs Rivals | Engine Comparison

    B2-SEGMENT SEDAN

    PETROL ENGINE SPECS

     

    Tata

    Tigor

    Maruti Suzuki

    Dzire

    Honda

    Amaze

    Ford

    Aspire

    Hyundai

    Aura

    Displacement

    1.2

    1.2 Hybrid

    1.2

    1.2

    1.2

    1.0 Turbo

    Cylinder

    3

    4

    4

    3

    4

    3

    Cubic Capacity

    1199cc

    1197cc

    1199cc

    1194cc

    1197cc

    998cc

    Maximum Power

    86PS @ 6000rpm

    90PS @ 6000rpm

    90PS @ 6000rpm

    96PS @ 6500rpm

    83PS @ 6000rpm

    100PS @ 6000rpm

    Peak Torque

    113Nm @ 3300rpm

    113Nm @ 4400rpm

    110Nm @ 4800rpm

    119Nm @ 4250rpm

    114Nm @ 4000rpm

    172Nm @ 1500 - 4000rpm

    Manual

    Transmission

    5-speed

    5-speed

    5-speed

    5-speed

    5-speed

    5-speed

    Manual

    Claimed FE

    19.93kmpl

    23.26kmpl

    18.6kmpl

    18.5kmpl

    20.5kmpl

    20.5kmpl

    Automatic

    Transmission

    5-speed AMT

    5-speed AMT

    CVT

    -

    5-speed AMT

    -

    Automatic

    Claimed FE

    19.28kmpl

    24.12kmpl

    18.3kmpl

    -

    20.3kmpl

    -

    Tata Tigor is available with a 1.2L petrol engine with a 5-speed manual and a 5-speed AMT type automatic transmission. The power and torque output of this engine are 86PS and 113Nm, respectively.

    • Hyundai Aura 1.0 produces 100PS of power. It is the most powerful engine in the segment, with 14PS more power than Tigor 1.2.
    • Hyundai Aura 1.0 produces 172Nm of peak torque. It has the best torque figures in the segment.
    • With a manual transmission, Maruti Suzuki Dzire has the best fuel-efficiency figure of 23.26kmpl.
    • With automatic transmission, Maruti Suzuki Dzire has the best fuel-efficiency figure of 24.12kmpl.

    Also Read - Skoda Rapid 1-0L Turbo Petrol vs Tata Tigor 1-2L Petrol - Price, Specs, Features Comparison

    In terms of performance, though, the Aura turbo blows everything out of the water. Its massive torque band covers the bottom and mid-range of the rev band and there’s nothing else in this class that can even come close to matching the Aura turbo’s performance. While the Maruti Suzuki Dzire has an exceptionally efficient engine, the Aura has an exceptionally torquey petrol engine with a strong bottom-end performance. The Amaze appears to have the lowest torque output of 110Nm but it’s the Tigor, which has the lowest torque-to-weight ratio. So, the Tigor is likely to be the most sluggish car to drive in the city traffic.

    Tata Tigor vs Rivals | Dimension Comparison

    B2-SEGMENT SEDAN

    DIMENSION COMPARISON

     

    Tata

    Tigor

    Maruti Suzuki Dzire

    Honda

    Amaze

    Ford

    Aspire

    Hyundai

    Aura

    Length

    3993mm

    3995mm

    3995mm

    3995mm

    3995mm

    Width

    1677mm

    1735mm

    1695mm

    1704mm

    1680mm

    Height

    1532mm

    1515mm

    1501mm

    1525mm

    1520mm

    Wheelbase

    2450mm

    2450mm

    2470mm

    2490mm

    2450mm

    Boot Space

    419-lt

    378-lt

    420-lt

    359-lt

    402-lt

    Ground Clearance

    170mm

    170mm

    170mm

    174mm

    165mm

    Fuel Tank

    35-lt

    37-lt

    35-lt

    42-lt

    37-lt

    Tyre Size (Base)

    175/65 R14

    165/80 R14

    175/65 R14

    175/65 R14

    165/70 R14

    Tyre Size (Top)

    175/60 R15

    185/65 R15

    175/65 R15

    195/55 R15

    175/60 R15

    Tata Tigor is 3993mm long, 1677mm wide, 1532mm tall and has a wheelbase of 2450mm. A wider body normally results in better shoulder room and a higher roof makes ingress & egress easier. A longer wheelbase usually results in more cabin space. It has a boot space of 419 litre. A larger boot allows you to carry more luggage. Tigor has a 170mm ground clearance, it rides on 175/60 R15 tyres size and has 35 litres fuel tank capacity.

    • Maruti Suzuki Dzire is the longest car in the segment. It is 2mm longer than Tigor.
    • Maruti Suzuki Dzire is the widest car in the segment. It is 58mm wider than Tigor.
    • Tata Tigor has a height of 1532mm, it is the tallest car in the segment.
    • Ford Aspire has the longest wheelbase in the segment. Its wheelbase is longer than the Tigor’s by 40mm.
    • Honda Amaze has the biggest boot space in the segment but it’s only 1 litre more than the Tigor. The Tata Tigor will probably beat the Amaze in usable boot capacity as it doesn’t have the C-hinges to hold the boot. These hinges intrude into the boot space and compromise the effective boot capacity. The Tigor’s hydraulic struts not only have an aesthetically pleasing design, but they’re also not intrusive. So, the Tigor probably has the best boot space in the segment.
    • Ford Aspire's ground clearance of 174mm is the best in the segment. The Tigor’s ground clearance of 170mm is also better than what’s acceptable for this class of cars.

    Amongst all the B2 sedans, Ford Aspire has the highest ground clearance, so it should be the last car to bottom-out on uneven roads. Honda Amaze has the biggest boot in the segment, followed closely by the Tigor. But the Tigor may be better at carrying more luggage due to hydraulic struts for the boot lid. In fact, it’s the only car in the B and even the C segment to offer hydraulic struts for the boot lid.

    Previous Next

    ABOUT THE AUTHOR

    Mahesh is a fan of compact, quirky and underrated vehicles that punch above their weight. Multix, Nano, Strom R3 and Navi are his favorites.



    Related Car Comparison

    STAY UP TO DATE WITH CARS, NEWS, REVIEWS AND RUMOURS

    Subscribe

    Your email is safe with us , we don’t spam.