Tata Motors has added to its
range of models equipped with Automated Manual Transmission (AMT) by expanding
its sedan portfolio. The company has announced the addition of two AMT variants
to the Tigor Styleback sedan range. Available in XZA and XTA variants, with the
Revotron 1.2L petrol engine - the XTA variant is priced at Rs 5.75 lakh, and the top-end XZA variant is
priced at Rs 6.22 Lakh, ex-showroom Delhi. The new AMT cars will be on sale
across the country in over 600 Tata Motors sales outlets.
The new Tigor AMT brings
global and contemporary design with advanced technological features targeted at
young and dynamic customers and comes with the first-in-class Sports Mode,
which gives one a spirited and peppy driving experience.
The Tigor AMT is equipped with
four gear positions – Automatic, Neutral, Reverse and Manual for smooth and
regular acceleration to offer a comfortable and stress-free driving experience.
In addition, it boasts of a first-in-class Sports mode, for a spirited and
peppy driving experience. The Manual mode helps shift gears at a flick of a
gear stick for an engaging experience.
For ease of manoeuvrability in
heavy traffic conditions and during parking, the Tigor AMT comes with an
in-built ‘creep’ feature, which enables the car to crawl as soon as the
pressure is eased off the brake pedal, without pressing the accelerator. This
function also prevents the car from rolling back when it starts from an
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