The end for Tata Tiago and Tata Tigor. No more from now on. Find out why?

With the time drawing closer for the application of BS-VI emission norms, the automobile companies are having to go through multiple new issues. The BS-VI emission that will kick into from April 1, 2020, has made another Indian automobile brand to bow down. Tata is now having to say Tata to its Tiago and Tigor models. Buy new car online here.

Tata, in order to comply with the emission rules, will now scrap the diesel edition of Tata Tiago and Tigor. Both of these old cars are powered with the 1.05-liter three-cylinder engine of Revotorq oil burner. The said engine if upgraded to make new cars and to meet the BS-VI emission norms would involve pretty high costs even for the standards of Tata.


However, things don’t look that gloomy for Tata as much of their sales, in fact, 80% to be precise comes from petrol variants. The petrol edition is powered with a 1.2-liter engine that is naturally aspired and comes with three-cylinder. It offers a power of 85 PS and a torque of 114 Nm whilst the diesel engine just gave a power of 70 PS and a torque of 140 Nm. Buy old car here.

According to the sales chart, the diesel engine of Tigor and Tiago was 360 and 114 during the period of April-January 2019. Tata Tiago is a hatchback that recently crossed 2 lakhs in sales units whilst Tigor is a sedan that has made further inroads into the Indian automobile industry. Tata might come up with new cars in India to manage their portfolio after the closing down of this.

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