The new Tata Tigor Buzz edition has finally been launched in India after widespread circulation of various spy shots and teasers on the internet. The new special edition model has been launched in India at a price of Rs 5.68 lakh for the petrol version while the diesel variant will set you back by Rs 6.57 lakh (both prices, ex-showroom, Delhi). The new Tata Tigor Buzz special edition has been launched to celebrate one year of Tigor in India. The new Tata Tigor Buzz special edition is based on the XT variant and will be available across all dealerships in India from today. The new Tata Tigor Buzz edition is mainly about cosmetic changes and has multiple highlights that make it a sporty offering. The car gets a glossy black roof and the outside rear view mirrors (ORVMs) also get the same treatment. The Tata Tigor Buzz edition also gets dual tone wheel cover with red inserts and a similar treatment has been offered to the front grille as well. On the inside, the new Tata Tigor Buzz edition gets Berry Red air vent rings along with premium full fabric seats in order to provide a more upmarket appeal.
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Marking a year of the Tigor in the Indian market, the Buzz edition is expected to add to the sales of the Tigor as customers will get more features and some design changes. Being a special edition model, the Tigor Buzz doesn't feature any mechanical changes.
Last year, Tata Motors launched the Tiago Wizz edition and this time around, the Tigor gets a sporty visual makeover. With the launch of the new special edition model, the Tiago will appeal to customers prioritising design while buying a car and should add some numbers to the overall sales.
The point behind Special/ limited edition models and should you buy them
Special edition or limited edition models have now become a norm for most carmakers in the country across price segments. These editions can be of two types, wherein they would either be primarily loaded with visual changes or have some mechanical changes as well. In case of purely exterior changes such as new stickers, colour options and other such things, there isn't much value addition for the consumer. However, in cases where the carmaker offers new comfort features or introduces some mechanical changes the equation can be quite different.
The Tata Tigor Buzz edition falls in the bracket of purely visual changes so it won't make any difference to the overall cabin/ driving experience. However, design is a critical part of most buyer's car considering process and hence such models appeal to buyers who look for a vehicle that stands out from the regular model. If exclusiveness is what one seeks, such variants make a worthy buy for a small price.