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Only minor details distinguish the Tigor and Tiago till the B-pillar. The Tigor gets projector lenses and a smoked finish for its headlights.
The Tigor’s fastback-like tail is a departure from the compact sedan design template. Styling at the tail is neat.
The Tigor shares its dashboard with the Tiago. However, the revised centre console is home to a new touchscreen infotainment system and automatic climate control dials.
Front seats are large and supportive but cushioning is on the softer side.
The cabin is spacious enough even for large adults.
The Harman-sourced ConnectNext touchscreen infotainment system comes with aux, USB and Bluetooth connectivity and features an app-based navigation system for Android devices.
The 1.05-litre diesel (pictured here) and 1.2-litre petrol are shared with the Tiago. The petrol engine does benefit from a balancer shaft and recalibrated ECU.
419-litre boot is spacious for a car of this class.
Blackened lip above the rear windscreen is home to auxiliary LED brake lights. Note ridges for roof hump.
Split tail lamps are smartly styled.
Top-spec Tigors get projector headlamps.
Diesel Tigors use 14-inch wheels and alloy wheel design is shared with Tiago. The petrol car though, gets larger 15-inch diamond cut units.
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