India’s cheapest sedan: Even on a tight budget, you may get a decent sedan. The cheapest car in the nation is what we’ll be discussing with you today. The unique feature is that in addition to gasoline, it also has a CNG alternative.
India’s sedan market is seeing major declines in sales as a result of the country’s rising desire for SUVs. However, many people still perceive a sedan as being luxurious. The unique aspect is that even on a tight budget, you can get a decent automobile. The cheapest car in the nation is what we’ll be discussing with you today. The unique feature is that in addition to gasoline, it also has a CNG alternative.
Less than 6 lakhs in price
The Tata Tigor is the vehicle in question. In terms of cost, the basic model is accessible for under 6 lakhs (ex-showroom). The most expensive option costs around Rs 9 lakh. Its rivals include the Maruti Suzuki Dzire, the Hyundai Aura, and the Honda Amaze.
Power and an engine
A 1.2-liter, three-cylinder petrol engine powers the Tata Tigor. It produces 113Nm of torque and 86PS of power. Both a 5-speed manual and a 5-speed AMT are paired with the engine. The XZ and XZ+ editions of the company’s vehicles also come with the option of a CNG kit, which increases the engine’s power to 73PS and 95Nm.
Tata Tigor characteristics
In terms of equipment, it comes with a digital instrument panel and a 7-inch touchscreen infotainment system with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. Along with this, other features include automatic headlights, rain-sensing wipers, push-button start/stop, keyless entry, and auto air conditioning. The vehicle has rear parking sensors, ABS with EBD, and twin front airbags for protection.