Tata Tigor JTP

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Tigor JTP Specifications
Engine 1199 cc
Power 112.44 bhp
Transmission Manual
Driver Airbag Yes
Turbo Charger Yes
USB & Aux Yes
Integrated 2DIN Audio Yes
  • Tata Tigor JTP

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Things We Like in Tigor JTP
  • New re-tuned engine that delivers amazing power and torque
  • Competitively priced as compared to its rivals
  • New advanced suspension for delivering best in class driving dynamics
Things We Dont Like in Tigor JTP
  • The vehicles availability is questionable; the car is sold via select Tata dealerships only
  • Doesn’t gets Tigor’s XZ+ 7-inch touchscreen unit
  • Outer colour scheme is limited

Price List of Tigor JTP

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Petrol ₹ 7.59 Lakh*
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1199 cc, 112.44 bhp, Manual, Petrol
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Review of Tigor JTP

  • Overview
  • Interior
  • Exterior
  • Mileage Running Cost
  • Comfort Suspension
  • Engine Performance
  • Braking Safety


Tata has been in the field of performance cars but never became as an active participant. The company introduced only concept versions earlier but looking at recent developments, it seems the carmaker wants some serious business. Along with Tiago JTP, the company launched the updated and more powerful model Tata Tigor JTP based on the standard version. The vehicle is a result of a joint venture between the Tata Motors and Jayem Automotives. Both the companies together are working to appeal the younger and more dynamic audience by introducing JTP models. Tata Tigor JTP sub-compact sedan comes loaded with advanced techs and features for better appeal. The car comes with revised styling with noticeable cosmetic updates and most importantly, more powerful petrol engine.
On the outside, Tata Tigor JTP looks quite distinctive and stylish. The built quality is also good as we know of in Tigor. The new and improved JTP edition brings in the right dose of sportiness and appeal. The changes on the front includes new front bumper, the radiator grille gets the new honeycomb mesh pattern. The vent on the bonnet channels the hot air out from the engine. On the sides, Tata Tigor JTP gets faux air vents, side skirts and the bigger and wider uniquely designed 15-inch wheels. The wheels are the main part that distinguishes the regular Tigor from the JTP edition. Tata Tigor JTP gets the blacked out roof and contrast mirror casing. At the back, its dual barrel exhaust and faux diffuser on the rear bumper make the car look sportier. Checking the dimensions, Tata Tigor JTP measures 3992 mm in length, 1677 mm in width, 1533 mm in height and gets the wheelbase of 2450mm. The ground clearance and boot space stands at 166mm and 419L respectively. Tata Tigor JTP is available in two different hues such as red and white.
In keeping the sportier feel alive, Tata Motors and Jayem have jazzed up the Tigor JTP’s cabin as well. The all new colour theme makes the interiors of the car look sporty. The JTP cabin is adorned in all-black theme with a bit of red finishing. The seats are covered with premium fabric and are quite comfortable. Steering wheel is leather wrapped that offers the experience of feel good on touch. The car is spacious and offers adequate space for the passengers. In terms of gadgetry, it comes loaded with 5-inch touchscreen infotainment unit that supports Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, smart phone based navigation, Aux-IN and USB, 4 speakers and 4 tweeters. The car also gets steering mounted control, auto climate control, electrically adjustable ORVM, adjustable front head rest, cooled glove box and more.
In terms of mechanicals also there are some changes, the regular Tata Tigor is powered by the 1.2L 3-cylinder mill that has been replaced with the 1.2 litre three-pot turbocharged engine. It is the same powertrain that does its duty in Nexon SUV but it does get some revisions in terms of intake and exhaust for delivering better results. The petrol mill can churn the power output of 114PS and yields the maximum torque of 150Nm. The engine comes mated to 5-speed manual transmission. The car delivers ARAI certified mileage figures of 20.3kmpl. It can touch the 100kmph from nil in mere 10 seconds. The suspension in the JTP has also been tweaked, it now gets stiffer and marginally lower than the regular vehicle.
For the safety of its passengers, the sports car is loaded with various safety aspects that includes driver as well as co-driver airbags, ABS with EBD, speed sensing auto door lock, central locking, seat belts with pre-tensioners and load limiters, rear defogger and rear wiper. The car also gets turn indicators on ORVM, headlamp bam adjuster and inside rear view mirror. The car doesn’t have any direct rival in the Indian car bazaar but in terms of performance it may stand against Maruti Baleno RS and Volkswagen Polo GT.
Tata Tigor JTP is available only in one variant. In terms of pricing, it is tagged at a premium of Rs 1 lakh over the top of the line petrol variant of Tigor that is XZ+. The new powerful Tigor JTP petrol is priced at Rs. 7.49 lakh, ex-showroom.


The interiors are definitely a notch above the standard model. The company has made a number of cool amendments to give the cabin a unique persona of its own. The interior layout is the same but there is world of difference in terms of touch and feel. The most noticeable change is the inclusion of all-new black theme ditching the old dual-toned one. A lot of red elements have been splashed all across the cabin. Right from the stitching on the seats and steering, the red surrounds on the air cons and red lining on the floor carpets, all these changes have been sophisticatedly integrated for that needed sporty appeal.
The front back rest features JTP badging which does add to the overall aura. The amendments made on the steering are what the biggest and most likeable in the entire cabin. The chunky steering wheel has been draped in leather which is looks ergonomic, in fact nothing ever seen in Tata cars. And you would love holding this piece; the awesome grip it gives cannot be expressed in words. It has the adequate thickness and diameter with top half being thicker than the bottom half. Moreover, the steel pedals add more to the gracefulness.
Coming to the seating, they are the same as of the stock model but the front seats could have been more sculpted with more bolstering. Further, the car offers high driving position which is something a downside given the purpose it is going to fulfil. The Tigor JTP can absorb 4 adult passengers with the rear ones getting enough legroom and shoulder room. Apart from this, the car remains identical to the standard Tigor.
The carmaker has carried forward all the goodies that come with the standard Tigor. The features include the 5.0 inch ConnectNext touchscreen unit that supports USB, Bluetooth and Aux-In connectivity. What comes as a disappointment is that it doesn’t carry forward the larger 7-inch touchscreen unit of the top model of Tigor which comes with voice command and Android support. Nevertheless, the ConnectNext infotainment offers enough for entertainment and navigation. The unit comes with JukeApp which streams music of the passengers randomly by allowing them to connect their smartphone through wi-fi hotspot.
For navigation, the infotainment gets ‘MapMyIndia’ which displays navigation feeds on the infotainment display. The decibels are powered by 8-speakers setup by Harman while the infotainment screen also doubles up for displaying feeds from the reverse parking camera. While day to day job can be done through the touchscreen but it is not the smoothest one available in the market today. And just like the sibling Tiago JTP, the Tigor JTP also misses on the automatic climate control and comes with the same manual air conditioner.
However, there are other features which make the experience comfortable inside the cabin. These include cooled glove box, electronic adjustment for ORVMs, tilt and power steering, height adjustable driver seat, electrical boot unlocking and foldable armrest at the rear seats with cup holders. The instrument cluster features the same DIS display giving vital information such as trip average, fuel efficiency, distance to empty, trip meter, gear shift display and digital clock.


The Tigor compact sedan already have a solid road presence with its coupe-like design and now with the exterior enhancement, the JTP version has become more likeable. Though there are no signs of chrome on the outside, the robust package given to the car makes it absolutely stunning to stare at. The car gets the same exterior design elements as that of the sibling Tiago JTP. There is all black treatment given to the front fascia including the air intakes and honeycomb mesh grille.
One of the most highlighting factors in the car is the added vent on the bonnet which might look flashy but it has a purpose. What it does is to channelize the hot air coming from the engine compartment. The bumper has been revised while the grille hosts JTP branding. The car carries forward the projector headlamps from the standard model enclosed in black which does add to the overall looks. The front fog lamps too now find a new abode in the form of larger grille.
On the sides, the side skirts are nicely done and faux vents just above the front wheel arches adds more to the stance, and they are functional too, as per company. The black treatment is also given to the ORVMs while the large 15-inch alloys fitted under bigger Apollo tyres enhance the personality further. To add more to the sporty appeal, the carmaker has given contrasting black roof. At the rear, the clear tail lamps and the rear spoiler are the same. The onlookers can differentiate the regular one from this one by spotting the JTP branding at the rear.
The twin exhaust pipes need special mention as they do not only look hot and sexy but gives pleasing sound.

Mileage Running Cost

The Tigor JTP being a performance packed compact sedan houses a powerful engine underneath. This has left the car with slightly low mileage than the standard version. However, the car is still able to procure 20.3kms from a liter of fuel. This is more than acceptable given the nature of the car.

Comfort Suspension

Though the platform or hardware of the new Tigor JTP is the same as of standard model, the carmaker has done several amendments. The suspension dampers have been optimized while there are new 185 section tyres to handle the different driving style. The ride height of the car has been reduced slightly by 4mm which has been done to enable the car to handle typical Indian road conditions.
These modifications might not be much on paper, but the difference is witnessed on the go where the vehicle feels planted at all times. The well-balanced suspension setup with increased stiffness let the car glides over potholes and other road imperfections easily. The overall ride quality is comfy and serene.
The awesome ability of this car can be seen at corners. The car tackles the corner with deftness and the weighted steering let the car keep its momentum. The feedback coming from the steering is sufficient enough to hook effortlessly in the direction of the turn. The Tigor features shorter wheelbase which makes it agiler and extremely flexible.

Engine Performance

The powertrain is the most vital part of this performance car. The car houses the 1.2L turbocharged petrol unit replacing the old 1.2L naturally aspirated petrol motor. The turbocharged engine which is also working under Nexon SUV, produces 114PS and 150Nm of max torque. This is 29PS and 36Nm more than the standard model. And this is not just installing the same unit in the new car, a lot more mechanics is playing underneath. The Jayem engineers grabbed the engine from the Nexon and gave a shot of adrenaline.
If we speak technically, the engineers have altered the valve timings while the turbo intercooler has been relocated along with the air intake. Further, another shot in the arm comes in the form of tweaked forced induction technology. This along with lower back pressure exhaust has increased the power by 4PS over the Nexon. Start the engine and it clatters a bit on turnover and shows weak gurgles even if it at an idle state. But this does not mean there isn’t any lack of encouragement ahead.
When you push the car a little harder, you will see various types of noises coming from the induction and exhaust. The turbocharger screeches a bit and this muffles the explosion coming from the cylinders. Moreover, a hoarse exhaust note also peeps into the cabin touches the 4000 rpm. The powertrain has been coupled to 5-speed manual gearbox which has also been tuned for improved performance. Slide into the first gear and you will see that the clutch is very light. Accelerating a bit isn’t fast enough but sufficient to keep you fixed on your seat. The second gear slots in with a pensive mechanical thud but returns a lot of power allowing the car to sprint effortlessly.
And by the time you slot in the third gear, the speedometer would have already touched the 100kmph mark. This makes the 0-100kmph dash in just 10 seconds of time which seems to be absolutely mind blowing. And regardless of the frenzied nature, you will never find any problem in day to day commuting. With light clutch, tall third gear and plenty of torque available at around 2000 rpm, the Tigor JTP ensure enough grunt all the times irrespective if you are pottering in the cities, overtaking or cruising at highways speeds.

Braking Safety

The braking ability is also nothing short of impressive. The feel and bite force is absolutely brilliant and the wide tyres further help reduce the braking distance. Talking about the safety, Tata has ensured maximum measures to keep the occupants safe. The safety aspects include dual front airbags, anti-lock braking system with electronic brakeforce distribution and corner stability control.
Then there are some misses like reverse parking camera which should have been included in this car. However, there are rear parking sensors which do the job right to some extent. Other features include speed sensing auto door lock, rear wiper, inside rear view mirror, clutch lock and rear defogger.

Frequently asked questions about Tata Tigor JTP

  • What is the price of Tata Tigor JTP?

    On road prices of Tata Tigor JTP Petrol in is costs at ₹ 7.59 Lakh.

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