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Tata Tigor CNG Gets More Affordable — XM CNG Launched At Rs. 7.40 Lakh | V3Cars

Tata Motors launched the Tigor CNG in early 2022. While the Tiago got multiple CNG variants, Tata offered the Tigor CNG in its top-spec XZ and XZ+ variants. Tata Motors have now launched the Tigor XM CNG at Rs. 7.40 lakh ex-showroom.

Tata Tigor XM CNG

Tata Tigor XM CNG Features

The Tigor XM CNG offers the following features:

  • Black ORVMs
  • Full wheel covers
  • Bluetooth-enabled infotainment system
  • 4 speakers
  • Rear parking sensor with display
  • Day/night manual IRVM
  • Power windows
  • Manually-adjustable ORVMs
  • Halogen headlights

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Tata Tigor XM CNG Colour Options

Tata Motors offer the Tigor XM CNG in 4 colour options:

  • White
  • Grey
  • Blue
  • Red

Tata Motors also revealed that the CNG variants now account for 75% of the total Tigor bookings. The Tigor CNG comes with a 1.2L normal petrol engine and a 5-speed manual transmission. When running on CNG, it produces 73PS of power at 6000rpm and 95Nm of torque at 3500rpm. 

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Commenting on the launch, Mr. Rajan Amba, Vice President of sales and marketing, Tata Motors, stated, “The Tigor has been an extremely special product for us and the addition of the iCNG variant has propelled our momentum further in the segment. Currently, more than 75% of the customer bookings of the Tigor are coming from the iCNG variant which is a testament to the robust demand of this technology in the Tigor portfolio. With the growing popularity of the Tigor iCNG and in line with our New Forever brand philosophy, the new Tigor XM iCNG will help us cater to new set of customers who have been wanting to experience our iCNG technology with an entry level trim. I am confident that this addition will further bolster our growth in this segment and the CNG space.”

Also Read: Tata Tigor Petrol Or CNG? Mileage & Running Cost Comparison

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Amit Saraswat

Born and brought up in Agra, he grew up reading magazines more than textbooks. With a keen interest in cars, he decided to make his future in automotive journalism and is currently helping in content at V3Cars.

1 Comments

  1. I Iranna says:
    August 11 2022 12:57:33

    Super

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