Tata Tigor Facelift: What has changed [Video]

Tata Motors has been in the news recently for all the launches that it did recently. It launched brand’s first premium hatchback Altroz which was the first launch from Tata Motors this year followed by BS6 variants of the Tiago hatchback, Tigor sedan and Nexon compact SUV. Tigor, Tiago and Nexon did not just get  BS6 engine. They also got a facelift to stay updated with the competition. Here we have a walkaround video of the all new Tata Tigor compact sedan that competes with cars like Maruti Suzuki Dzire, Honda Amaze, Ford Figo Aspire and Hyundai Xcent and Hyundai Aura in the segment.

The video has been uploaded by The Car Guide – Rishabh Arora on his youtube channel. Video starts by showing the front of the facelifted Tata Tigor compact sedan. The front has been updated and now gets a grille with tri-arrow inserts in them.Upper portion of the grille gets a gloss black band that starts from one end of the headlamp to the other. similarly a chrome strip also runs on the lower part of the grille.

It still gets projector type headlamps but the bumper has been redesigned. Air dam gets a new design and the Tigor now gets LED DRLs adjacent to the fog lamp. On the side, it continues to get 15 inch diamond cut alloy wheels. The side profile remains unchanged with blacked out ORVMs with indicators integrated in it. The 2020 Tigor gets chrome garnishes on door handles and lower portion of the window to give  it a premium feel. Rear of the car also remains unchanged with split type clear lens LED tail lamps with a chrome strip running between the lights.

Tata Tigor Facelift: What has changed [Video]

On the inside, cabin remains more or less the same. The dashboard layout remains the same with major use of hard plastic on most of the places. It gets a push button start for higher variants and a touchscreen infotainment system that supports Android Auto and Apple CarPlay. It misses out on features like AC vents for the rear passengers. Another update on the inside is the fully digital instrument cluster that is standard across the range.

Tata Tigor is now only avaialable with a petrol engine. The 1.05 litre diesel engine has been discontinued. The BS6 compliant 1.2 litre petrol engine is available with a 5 speed manual or an AMT gearbox. The facelifted Tigor is priced at Rs 5.75 lakh ex-showroom, and is one of the least priced compact sedans in its segment.