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Old 16th May 2022, 21:16   #76
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Hi guys ,
I don't know if this is the right thread to ask this question, Mods please remove this post if i have posted it in the wrong thread .

My question is that , Will we ever see a Tiago EV ??

It was last showed a few years back as a concept and it really made sense for people who only travelled inside the city .

The Tigor EV has been launched at a quite steep price and if the Tata Tiago EV even costs 8 lakhs On-road then it will make more sense than the Tigor EV .

So , does anyone has any idea that if we will be seeing a Tiago EV.
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The Tigor EV has been launched at a quite steep price and if the Tata Tiago EV even costs 8 lakhs On-road then it will make more sense than the Tigor EV .
It seems you are really out of picture with respect to the current price scenario. I have a August 2021 price list with me, in which Tiago top end on road price is more than 8 lakhs. Of course, there could be some deductions, but not more than 50k. In the last 9 months, I am sure that now it must be around 8.5-9 lakhs on road. So, don't expect anything less than 10 lakhs.

Also, as known in Tigor EV boot space is compromised due to battery and in Tiago CNG there is negligible boot space, how are you expecting them to pack the battery? Sure, E2O & E2O+ were EV hatchbacks, but they have very limited range, I think around 100kms only. So, will you buy a Tiago EV costing more than 10 lakhs with range around 100kms? I think it will be a very difficult task to launch Tiago EV successfully. If they can do it, nothing else like it
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Our Tigor EV recently completed the 5k milestone. With dad's sedate driving, its offering a nice 275kms range on highways and about 200-220kms in ghats. Last week Mahad-Pune took a big chunk out with only 130kms taking up 65% of the battery while on return leg, after reaching Mahad it still had 45% battery left. (could be due to the ascends and descends with Pune being at a much higher MSL)

Also to note, many reports of Dec 2021 manufactured Tigor EV having issues with Air-Con system. While we haven't had any issues so far, fingers crossed!
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Tata Tigor EV is selling quite well.

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What is interesting to note is improved sales of Tata Tigor EV in recent quarters. This can be attributed to new higher battery capacity and more powerful electric motor added to Tigor facelift in Q3-2021. New drivetrain with more power and torque on offer, combined with longer range and fast charging capability has made Tigor more practical and usable, at relatively accessible price point. Changed value proposition always alter market potential for any product, and so is the case of Tata Tigor EV. Manufacturers need to closely focus on the value proposition of BEV products for long term success.
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Seen quite a few recently on the Bombay roads. Is there a discount or some incentive?
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Tata sure has a lousy presales team. Registered for a test drive on their website. I received a call promptly after registering from their head office, asking for dealer preference. I had selected Venkatramana Motors Gachibowli. After this, there was absolutely no communication from dealer. I lost the little interest I had towards this product.

It's like a take it or leave it ordeal when you have to buy a Tata car.
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After this, there was absolutely no communication from dealer. I lost the little interest I had towards this product.

It's like a take it or leave it ordeal when you have to buy a Tata car.
Typical behaviour of dealers when demand is more than the supply.

If you really like the vehicle, don’t stop due to behaviour of one dealer.

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Typical behaviour of dealers when demand is more than the supply.

If you really like the vehicle, don’t stop due to behaviour of one dealer.
Yup. Same here in Trivandrum. Called the supposedly biggest dealer here-Trivandrum motors. They promised to bring the car for test drive but all promises on air. Absolutely not interested in following up and telling they will check the cars availability for a test drive( this is a tigor not a Mercedes or Porsche). Finally said they will come on Sunday. Well it's 5 pm as we speak and no sign of them.

Reminded me again of the Ambassador/ Padmini days. It's high time TATA gets a better dealer for Trivandrum.

This coming from a person who has 100% intent on buying a tigor ev.Pity and angered at a wasted Sunday.

Hope and pray Maruti/ Toyota will ramp up their electric plans and bring something out soon. Then I don't have to deal with these kind of unprofessional TATA dealers anymore.

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Reminded me again of the Ambassador/ Padmini days. It's high time TATA gets a better dealer for Trivandrum.

This coming from a person who has 100% intent on buying a tigor ev.Pity and angered at a wasted Sunday.

Hope and pray Maruti/ Toyota will ramp up their electric plans and bring something out soon. Then I don't have to deal with these kind of unprofessional TATA dealers anymore.
One of the two reasons, I skipped the Tata Nexon was the dealer behavior! they have more than enough sales that they just don't care to sell, no test drive, not even trying to sell either. Their attitude is like if you want it come to the showroom and pay the booking amount, then we will talk! no Customer service at all. This may not be the case with all dealerships or service personnel, but at least some Tata dealerships and their personnel don't feel any need to try to sell as they are already overwhelmed with more than enough sales.
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