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After spending a year in the Car India garage, the Tata Tigor bids adieu.

The silver compact sedan has been in our fleet for almost a year now and it has donned a lot of hats.

Frequent trips to the airport, the occasional long weekend drives, and even moving stuff between offices, the Tigor has seen it all.

Variant: Revotorq 1.05 XZ

Kilometres Driven: 7,946

Like: Ride quality, entertainment system

Dislike: Steering-wheel position, cabin quality

The compact dimensions of the car coupled with its light steering make it a breeze to manoeuvre through traffic. Recently, we moved office and had to load some of the stuff into our cars. The Tigor held a respectable amount in the boot and the rear seats also coped well with the abuse. The car managed to bear it all with dignity, coming away without a single scratch. In addition to the mundane city trips, I have also used the car for a few long distance one-day trips and it did not disappoint. It handled poor roads commendably, kept me entertained with its brilliant sound system, and made good time between stops.

Having lived with the car for almost a year now, there a few things I feel Tata could improve upon, durability being one of the prime concerns. Within a couple of months of its arrival, the top part of the gear-knob peeled off; a problem Tata could have easily avoided with an adhesive of better quality. Of late, the Bluetooth-pairing feature has also developed a glitch. We hope Tata will address these shortcomings soon.

Story: Joshua Varghese

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