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Old 6th August 2017, 14:55   #106
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Unsurprisingly Tigor has sold less units (1967) than Zest (2389) in July. The compact sedan segment is cut throat and Tata should have priced the Tigor more aggressively to grab some market share at least initially.

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A Tata Tigor crossing a completely flooded road near Chhapri check post between Abu Road, Rajasthan and Ambaji, Gujarat sometime in the past week or so.

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Tigor and Tiago both crave for powerful 4cyl engines at least as an option. Tata offered Zest in 75bhp and 90bhp version; same needs to be done with Tigor and Tiago, as both are highly capable packages in their segments. May be Tata has plans for Zest, trying to save it from cannibalization. Doesn't make sense though, as Zest has moved to fleet operators.
Not just the engines, the steering too. On driving it's elder sibling Tigor, IMO, the perception of power and control is hampered by,

1. Too light steering that offers very little feedback - the EPS units in Ford Aspire and VW Polo offer much better feedback and hence the perceived notion of handling.

2. Too linear power delivery and feeling of lack of torque - I might be wrong going by the numbers, but the perception of torque and initial acceleration is better in a Polo 1.2 (3-cyl)

Otherwise, it's a brilliant car with a cool feature set and well priced - almost made it to my list.
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