Tata's special edition Tigor Buzz launched at Rs. 5.68 lakh
The Tigor Buzz, a special edition compact sedan by Tata Motors, has been launched in India at Rs. 5.68 lakh for the petrol variant and Rs. 6.57 lakh for the diesel variant (ex-showroom Delhi).
The limited-edition car is based on Tata's mid-spec Tigor XT and marks the completion of one year of the company's Tigor range.
The prices are inclusive of the accessory kit.
Tata Motors launches limited-edition Tigor Buzz
Tigor Buzz features a sporty look with minor cosmetic add-ons
The otherwise red Tigor Buzz features a glossy black roof with matching rear-view mirrors and B-pillar.
The dual-tone wheel cover has red accents and a black mesh grille with red highlights.
The car has integrated LED turn lights and comes with the "Buzz" branding on the boot lid.
Notably, the vehicle is Rs. 40,000-50,000 more expensive than the standard Tigor XT model.
The instrument cluster shows LED fuel gauge, LED temperature gauge
Inside, the vehicle features full fabric seat upholstery, red accents on air vents, power output at the rear, and interior lamps with theatre dimming.
It has Tata's renowned ConnectNext touchscreen infotainment system which includes four Harman speakers and AM/FM, USB, AUX-IN, iPod & Bluetooth connectivity with steering-mounted audio and phone controls.
Buyers can also opt for Tata's Juke-Car app that provides turn-by-turn navigation functionality.
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The Tigor Buzz is mechanically same as the Tigor XT
The Tigor Buzz is powered by a 1.2-litre petrol engine with 85PS and 114Nm and a 1.05-litre turbocharged diesel engine with 70PS and 140 Nm. The car is only available in the five-speed manual transmission option.
The vehicle aims to push sales for Tata's Tigor range
The Tigor Buzz features dual airbags, ABS and EBD with corner stability control, front fog lamps, reverse park assist with camera and sensors, speed-sensing auto door locks, and follow-me headlamps.
Other features of the car include central locking with flip key remote, power windows, electrically adjustable side mirrors, foldable armrest with cup holders, and cooled glove box and boot lamp.
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