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OWNER’S MANUAL
CUSTOMER ASSISTANCE
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service backup, TATA MOTORS has established an all India customer assistance centre.
You can also approach nearest TATA MOTORS dealer. A separate Dealer network address booklet is provided with the
Owner’s manual.
In case you have a query regarding any aspect of your vehicle,
our Customer Assistance Centre will be glad to assist you on
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Roadside Assistance.
For additional information, refer to "24X7 Roadside Assistance" section in the Owner’s manual.
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Dear Customer,
Welcome to the TATA MOTORS family.
We congratulate you on the purchase of your new vehicle and are privileged to have you as our valued customer.
We urge you to read this Owner's Manual carefully and familiarize yourself with the equipment descriptions and operating instructions before driving.
Always carry out prescribed service / maintenance work as well as any required repairs at an authorized TATA MOTORS Dealers
or Authorized Service Centre’s (TASCs). Use only genuine parts for continued reliability, safety and performance of your vehicle.
You are welcome to contact our dealer or Customer Assistance toll free no. (1800 209 7979) in case of any query or support
required.
We wish you a safe and pleasant driving experience.
Bombay House, 24, Homi Modi Street,
Hutatma Chowk, Fort, Mumbai – 400001
Tigor/Rev01,July 17
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IMPORTANT INFORMATION
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Before driving, read this Owner’s manual carefully and familiarize yourself with your vehicle. For your own safety and a longer
vehicle life, follow the instructions, ‘Warnings’ and ‘Notes’ in this manual. Ignoring them could result in damage to the vehicle
or personal injury to you or others.

The Owner’s manual and other booklets are important documents and should always be kept in the vehicle. If you sell the
vehicle, always pass on the documents to the new owner.
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This Owner's Manual describes all variants of the model and all standard/optional equipment of your vehicle available at
the time of printing. Please note that your vehicle may not be equipped with all features described.
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TATA MOTORS Limited reserves the right to introduce changes in the design, equipment and technical features without any
obligation to install them on the vehicles previously sold. The equipment in your vehicle may therefore differ from that shown
in the descriptions and illustrations.

Do not carry out any modification including fitment of non-genuine accessories on your vehicle. Safety, handling, performance
and durability, may otherwise be adversely affected and may violate government regulations. TATA MOTORS Limited accepts
no liability for damage resulting from the modifications or use of non-genuine accessories.
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All rights reserved. The information in this manual shall not be copied, translated or otherwise reproduced, in whole or in
part, without written permission from TATA MOTORS.
© Copyright 2017 TATA MOTORS
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Tigor/Rev01,July 17
CONTENTS
1
Safety
2
Opening & Closing
3
Dashboard & Features
Important Information
9
Flip Key
21
Cockpit
29
Safe Driving
9
Doors
23
Instrument Cluster
31
Windows
24
Driver Information Display
35
Child Restraint System (CRS) 15
Bonnet
26
Driver Information Settings
40
Anti-theft Device: Immobilizer 17
Trunk lid
27
Warning Lamps
43
Child Lock
18
Fuel lid
28
Audio Reminders
48
Air Bags
19
Combi Switches
49
ABS
20
Fascia Switches
50
EBD
20
Steering Wheel Switches
51
Mic
52
Infotainment System
52
Seat Belts
Tigor/Rev01,July 17
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CONTENTS
3
6
Dashboard & Features
4
Stowage Areas
5
Climate Control
USB/AUX
53
Storage Compartments
56
Air Vents & Distribution
60
Power Socket
53
Glove Box
57
HVAC Controls
61
Antenna
53
Utility pockets on doors
57
Functions & Settings
63
Roof Lamp
54
Pocket on Dashboard
57
Fully Automatic temperature
Control
65
Roof Grab Handles
54
Center Console
58
HVAC sensors
71
Boot Lamp
54
Trunk lid Compartment
58
Tag Holder
55
Card Holder
59
Hooks
59
Tigor/Rev01,July 17
CONTENTS
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Starting & Driving
Pre-Driving Checks
Driving Tips
Seat Adjustments
Rear View Mirrors
Steering Wheel Adjustments
Starting the Engine
Gear Shifting & Driving
AMT Gearbox
Driving Mode
7
72
73
76
77
79
80
81
83
85
Parking brakes
90
Reverse Park Assist
92
Tigor/Rev01,July 17
Emergency & Breakdown Assistance
Emergency Equipment
94
Hazard Warning Switch
95
In Case of Flat Tyre
96
Jump Lead Starting
101
Towing
102
Fuses
105
Bulb Specification
111
Bulb Replacement
112
24x7 Road Side Assistance 117
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Maintenance
Maintenance & Service
120
Engine Compartment
121
Engine Oil Level
124
Battery
127
Spark Plug
128
Tyres
128
Key Battery Replacement
131
On Board Diagnostic (OBD) 132
Service Instructions
133
Service Schedule
134
Parking for Long Durations
140
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CONTENTS
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Technical Information
Fuel Specification
141
Lubricant Specification
143
Technical Specification
145
Vehicle Dimensions
149
Aggregate Identification Nos 150
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Car Care and Value
Added Services
Car Care
151
Washing
151
Waxing
152
Polishing
152
Interior Fabric Cleaning
152
Paint Care
153
Extended Warranty
154
Value Added Services
156
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Warranty – Terms and
Conditions
12
Environment Safety
Tigor/Rev01,July 17
SAFETY
Important Information
Safe Driving
Safety Tips
In this Owner's Manual, you will find the
text under the heading “WARNING” and
“NOTE” which highlights important information. Pay particular attention to these
highlighted messages.
Safety consciousness not only ensures
your safety and the safety of other road
users, but it also helps to reduce the
wear and tear on your vehicle.
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Safe driving depends on:
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NOTE
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Indicates additional information that
will assist you in gaining the optimum
benefit and care for your vehicle.
How quickly you make decisions to
avoid an accident.
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Your ability to concentrate.
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How well you can see and judge objects.
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How well familiar you are with your
vehicle controls and its capabilities.
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WARNING
!
Indicates procedures or information
that must be followed precisely in order to avoid the possibility of severe
personal injury and serious damage
to the vehicle.
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NOTE
Fatigue is a result of physical or mental exertion that impairs judgment.
Driver fatigue may be due to inadequate sleep, extended work hours,
strenuous work or non-work activities
or combination of other factors. Take
rest at regular intervals.
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Always take into account the road
conditions, weather conditions, vehicle speed in order to prevent accidents.
Turn ‘ON’ the side indicators at least
30 meters before taking a turn or
changing the lane.
Decelerate to a safe speed before
taking turn. Do not apply brakes during cornering.
When overtaking other vehicles,
watch out for the oncoming vehicle.
Never drive under the influence of alcohol or drugs.
If your vehicle is equipped with infotainment/navigation system, set and
make changes to your travel route
only when the vehicle is parked.
Program radio presets with the vehicle parked, and use your programmed presets to make radio use
quicker and simpler.
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SAFETY
Driving through water
WARNING
Do not drive through flooded areas.
Judge the depth of water before driving
through it. Otherwise, water may enter
the vehicle interior or the engine compartment.
Do not attempt to start the engine if
vehicle gets flooded due to water.
Tow the vehicle to a safe place. Contact a nearest TATA MOTORS Authorised Service Centre
If at all the situation demands that you
have to drive through water then;
Driving on a rainy day
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Keep engine in higher RPM and crawl
the vehicle in low gear.
Flowing or rushing water creates
strong forces. Driving through flowing water could cause the vehicle to
about trying to drive through flowing
water.
Lightly apply the brake pedal to dry
the liners until the brakes work normally once you are out of water.
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Check wiper blades, lights and
brakes for proper functioning and
condition.
Check the tyre treads depth, the condition of the tread and tyre.
Avoid harsh braking and sharp turns.
It may cause loss of control and lead
to a skid.
For slowing down, shift to lower gears
and brake gently.
Keep lights ‘ON’ if visibility is poor.
Driving on wet roads
On wet road or during light showers, “Aquaplaning” can occur. “Aquaplaning” is
the loss of direct contact between the
road surface and the vehicle’s tires due
to a water film forming between them.
Steering or braking the vehicle can be
very difficult, and loss of control can occur.
There is no hard and fast rule about aquaplaning. The best advice is to slow
down when the road is wet.
NOTE
If you have driven for a long time in
heavy rain without braking, there
may be a delayed reaction from the
brakes when braking for the first
time. You have to depress the brake
pedal more firmly. Maintain a greater
distance from the vehicle in front.
Tigor/Rev01,July 17
SAFETY
Night driving
Driving on gradients
Driving on highway
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When climbing gradient, the vehicle may
begin to slow down and show a lack of
power. If this happens, shift to a lower
gear and apply power smoothly so that
there is no loss of traction.
Stopping distance progressively increases with vehicle speed. Maintain a
sufficient distance between your vehicle
and the vehicle ahead.
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Ensure that all lights are working and
windshield, window glasses are
clean.
Drive more slowly at night than in the
daytime, as the visual range is restricted at night. Maintain a speed
such that you can stop within illuminated distance of head lamps.
Do not use the high beam unless inevitable. It may dazzle the driver of
the oncoming vehicle, thus causing
an accident.
Use head lamp main/dip beam to
alert other road users on turns/
cross roads etc.
Use side indicators for lane change
or turning.
Tigor/Rev01,July 17
When driving down a hill, the engine
braking should be used by shifting into a
lower gear. Do not drive in neutral gear
or switch off the engine.
WARNING
For long distance driving, perform safety
checks before starting a trip and take
rest at certain intervals to prevent fatigue.
!
On long and steep gradients you
must reduce the load on the brakes
by shifting early to a lower gear. This
allows you to take advantage of the
engine braking effect and helps avoid
overheating of service brakes resulting in reduced braking efficiency.
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SAFETY
Seat Belts
Seat-belt is a safety device designed to
secure the occupant travelling in the vehicle. TATA MOTORS strongly recommends that all the occupants should always wear seat belts while travelling, irrespective of journey duration.
In normal driving, the belt lets you move
freely in your seat. In case of an accident
or sudden braking, inertia reel automatically tightens the belt to help restrain
your body.
WARNING

Never wear seat belt over rigid or
breakable objects, such as eyeglasses, pens, keys etc., as these
might cause injuries.
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Make sure the seat belt is always
fitted comfortably.
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Place the seat backrest in a position that is as upright as possible.
Make sure that the seat belts are
not twisted which can cause injury in a collision as the full width
of the belt isn’t available to absorb the impact. This could cause
serious injury.

The maximum protection which
seat belts can offer is only
achieved if you are correctly
seated.
Importance of wearing seat belt

Reduces the risk of being thrown inside the vehicle in case of a collision/sudden braking.

It will help to keep you in the proper
position when the air bag inflates.
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Reduces the risk of harm in
frontal/angular collisions that are
not enough to activate the air bag.
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Reduces the risk of harm in rollover,
side or rear impact collisions.
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NOTE
Do not bleach or dye seat belts as
this may severely weaken them. In a
crash they may not be able to provide adequate protection. Cleaning
should be carried out using mild soap
and water only.
Tigor/Rev01,July 17
SAFETY
How to use seat belts
1. Pull the belt tongue across your body
2.
3.
4.
5.
and insert it into the buckle until click
sound is heard.
Check and ensure that the belt is not
twisted.
Position the lap portion of the belt as
low as possible across your hip bone.
Pull up the shoulder part of the belt
to remove the slack. Make sure that
the belt goes over your collar bones
and across chest.
The lap portion of the belt should be
worn across the pelvis, not across
the waist.
6. To unlatch the belt, press the red but-
ton on the buckle. Guide the belt to
the pillar as it retracts.
WARNING
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The seat belts are intended for
adults and each belt should be
used by one occupant only.
Use approved child restraint
system for children.
If the belt has withstood serious
accident or shows signs of severe
fraying /damage or cut, replace it
with an approved belt kit.
Do not make any modification
that could change the effectiveness of the seat belts. If seat belt
needs to be replaced, then it
should be replaced, by TATA
MOTORS Authorized Service Centre only.
1. Buckle 2. Tongue 3. Press Button
Tigor/Rev01,July 17
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SAFETY
Lap belt (for rear middle seat)
Pregnant woman
Pull the belt tongue to the desired
length. Insert it into the buckle until you
hear a click.
Pregnant women should also always use
a lap-shoulder belt. The lap belt portion
should be positioned as low as possible
on the hip bones to avoid any possible
pressure on the abdomen.
Adjust the belt length. To lengthen the
belt, hold the tongue at a right angle to
the webbing and pull. To shorten, pull
the loose end of the webbing. To unfasten, press the button in the buckle.
WARNING
!
Position the lap belt as low as possible on your hip bone and not across
the abdomen. If the lap belt is positioned across your abdomen, it could
cause serious injuries in a crash.
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Tigor/Rev01,July 17
SAFETY
Child Restraint System (CRS)
Recommended CRS position
TATA MOTORS strongly recommends
the use of Child Restraint Systems
(CRS) for all children up to age of 12
years.
The suitability of seat position for carriage of children and recommended category of
child restraint system is shown in the table below.
Children kept unrestrained while travelling, may face serious injuries in case
of an accident.
Selection and installation of CRS
Always select the child restraint system
that complies with latest safety standards (AIS072 / ECE R44). The CRS are
classified according to the child's size,
height and weight. Select the appropriate CRS for your child. Ensure that the
child fits properly in the CRS and CRS
is securely installed in the vehicle.
For installation, please refer CRS manufacturer’s instruction manual.
Group
Mass
Group
Age Group
Front
Passenger
Rear
Outboard
LH
Rear
Outboard
RH
Rear
Center
0
Up to 10 kg
Up to 9 months
X
U
U
X
0+
Up to 13 kg
Up to 24 months
X
U
U
X
I
9 to 18 kg
9 months to 48 months
X
U
U
X
II
15 to 25 kg
Approx. 3 to 7 years
X
U
U
X
III
22 to 36 kg
Approx. 6 to 12 years
X
U
U
X
X - Seat Position not suitable for children in this age group.
U - Suitable for “universal” category restraints approved for use in this age
group.
NOTE
Universal is a category in the AIS072 / ECE R44 norm.
Tigor/Rev01,July 17
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SAFETY
WARNING
!
When installing CRS in rear seat,
push the front seat fully forward so
that child’s feet do not touch the front
seat back.
If a child is to be seated in the front
seat (if recommended only), push the
vehicle seat fully rearward and keep
the child in an approved for-ward facing CRS. Adjust the seat backrest to
an upright position.
WARNING
Replace CRS that has withstood any
force during an accident as it could
have sustained damage which may
not be visible.
While the vehicle is in motion an unrestrained CRS could flung through the vehicle interior in the event of a sudden
braking, maneuver or an accident. This
could cause injuries to the travelling occupants.
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WARNING
!
Each CRS should be used for one
child only.
Check list
1.
2.
Storage for CRS
Always secure CRS safely in the vehicle
or stow it in the luggage compartment if
not being used.
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3.
4.
5.
Never carry children on somebody’s lap when vehicle is in motion.
Always secure children in the vehicle in a CRS. The CRS must be
suitable for the child’s height,
weight and build.
Observe the instructions from the
manufacturer of the CRS and always keep the instruction manual in
the vehicle.
Always make sure that the seat belt
routing is correct for children and
they are sitting in the correct position.
Do not leave any toys or other objects loose in the CRS or on the seat
while the vehicle is in motion.
Tigor/Rev01,July 17
SAFETY
Anti-Theft Device- Immobilizer
Immobilizer system is designed to prevent vehicle theft by electronically disabling the engine ignition system. The engine can be started only with vehicle’s
original Immobilizer ignition key which
has an electronic identification programmed code.
NOTE
Use only E-key, the other should be
kept in a safe location. Note down
“key Tag no.” information (and keep
it safe) which is required while getting new/spare keys. Remember that
it is not possible to prepare
new/spare keys without the “key Tag
number.” Take pre-caution about Ekey, as without E-key vehicle cannot
be started.
Vehicle Condition
Immobilizer
Lamp Status
Vehicle State
Ignition OFF
Blinking
Locked
Vehicle Immobilized and awaiting electronic key
Ignition ON
OFF
Unlocked
Normal condition and ready to start the vehicle
Ignition ON
ON
Locked
Ignition ON
Blinking
Unlocked
Tigor/Rev01,July 17
Meaning / Function of the state
- Problem with key (Wrong key used to start vehicle)
- Problem with Immobilizer system. Contact a TATA MOTORS Authorized Service Centre
- Contact a TATA MOTORS Authorized Service Centre immediately
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SAFETY
E- Key
An E-Key is an electronic access and authorization system which is provided as
a standard feature on your vehicle.
WARNING

Do not turn ‘ON’ ignition switch by
using E-key with any type of metal
wound around its grip or in contact with it. This may be detected
as abnormal condition by immobilizer and prevent engine from
starting.
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Do not leave the E-key in areas of
high temperature. The transponder in it will behave abnormally when reused.
Unlocking principle
The transponder which is built into the
ignition E-Key carries a unique identification code. The vehicle unlocks when the
code on the E-Key matches with the
code on the Engine Management System (EMS).
Engine starting
When the key is inserted and the ignition
is switched ‘ON’, all codes are communicated within E-Key, Immobilizer and
EMS. The engine will start only if all the
codes match.
Loss of keys
If one of the keys is lost, contact your
nearest TATA MOTORS authorised
dealer immediately.
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Do not try to start the vehicle
when the Immobilizer indicator
lamp on the instrument cluster is
glowing. In this condition the vehicle will not start and the vehicle’s battery will also be drained
due to frequent cranking.
Child Lock
Both the rear doors of the vehicle are
provided with a child proof lock. Push the
lock lever located on vertical face of the
door downward before closing the door.
The door which has been locked by activating the child lock cannot be opened
from inside, it can be opened only from
the outside.
NOTE
Lift the lock lever upward to deactivate the childproof lock when not required.
Tigor/Rev01,July 17
SAFETY
Air Bags - Supplemental Restraint
System (if equipped)
The driver’s front air bag is located behind the center pad of the steering wheel
and the front passenger’s front air bag is
located on dashboard above glove box.
Front air bags are designed to inflate in
severe frontal collisions when the ignition switch is in the ‘ON’ position.
Front air bags are not designed to inflate
in rear impacts, side impacts, rollovers
or minor frontal collisions, since they
would offer no protection in those types
of accidents.
Remember, since an air bag deploys
only one time during an accident, seat
belts are needed to restrain occupants
from further movements during the accident.
Therefore, an air bag is NOT a substitute
for seat belts. To maximize your protection, always wear your seat belts.
Tigor/Rev01,July 17
In a frontal collision, the crash sensors
detect and trigger the inflators. The inflators inflate the air bags with nitrogen
or argon gas. The movement of the
driver and of the front passenger is cushioned when they make contact with the
fully inflated airbag and the risk of injury
to head and chest is reduced. You may
hear a noise along with some smoke,
dust and smell of burnt propellant immediately after the air bag has inflated. DO
NOT PANIC as this is normal and is not
an indication of fire in the vehicle.
NOTE
Engine will be switched off, as soon
as air bag is deployed.
NOTE
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An air bag supplements, or adds
to, the crash protection offered
by seat belts. The driver and all
passengers must be properly restrained by wearing seat belts at
all times.
Drive with the seat belt fastened
correctly and in a position that is
as upright as possible with your
back against the backrest.
WARNING
!
Do not attach any objects to, or place
any objects over, the steering wheel
or dashboard. These objects may interfere with air bag operation or may
be propelled by the air bag in the
event of a crash. Either of these conditions may cause severe injury.
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SAFETY
NOTE
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If the Air bag warning tell-tale on
the instrument cluster stays ON
while driving, there may be a
problem with the Air bag system.
Contact TATA MOTORS Authorised Service Centre.
In case of any frontal damage to
your vehicle or any maintenance
required to be performed should
be done by TATA MOTORS Authorised Service Centre only.
Do not permit anyone else to do
any service, inspection, maintenance or repair on any SRS comopponents or wiring.
Improper work on the SRS system will result in inadvertent deployment of the air bag or malfunctioning.
Anti-lock braking system (ABS) (if equipped)
ABS regulates brake pressure in such a
way that the wheels do not lock when
you brake. This allows you to continue
steering the vehicle when braking.
NOTE
When ABS is active, the driver will
feel the brake pedal pulsating, which
is normal.
WARNING
!
The stopping distance required for
vehicles with ABS may be slightly
more than conventional brake system but ABS will still offer the advantage of helping you maintain directional control.
However, remember that ABS will not
compensate for bad road or weather
conditions or poor driver judgment.
Drive within safety margins, taking
into consideration prevailing weather
and traffic conditions.
NOTE
If the ABS warning lamp is ON while
driving then there is a malfunction in
the ABS system (the standard braking system will however function) and
the vehicle should be driven cautiously to the nearest TATA MOTORS
Authorized Service Centre.
Electronic brake force distribution
(EBD) - (if equipped)
EBD monitors and controls the brake
pressure on the wheels to improve driving stability while braking.
Tigor/Rev01,July 17
OPENING AND CLOSING
Flip Key
beam, park and roof lamp will turn ‘ON’
for 60 seconds (default setting). This feature helps to find and reach the parked
vehicle or to reach home in dark/ cloudy
condition after parking. Red LED will be
flashed on the remote. To switch ‘OFF’
the approach lights, press and release
the same button or it automatically turns
‘OFF’ after 60 seconds.
4. Folding key blade in / out
Press button (4) to flip out the key blade.
For folding, press the button (4) and fold
the key blade inside.
Trunk lid opening (if equipped)
1. Unlock
2. Approach Light /follow me/trunk lid
3. Lock
4. Key blade in / out button
1. Unlocking all doors
To unlock all doors, press unlock pushbutton (1) once. Unlocking will be confirmed by single flash of turn indicators.
2. Approach light / Follow me
Press approach light button (2) once, low
Tigor/Rev01,July 17
Electric trunk lid opening can be done
through long press (4 sec) approach light
button on remote key.
3. Locking all doors
To lock all doors, press lock push-button
(3) once. Locking will be confirmed by
two flashes of turn indicators.
If lock button is pressed on the remote
key with the driver door open, locking-unlocking takes place with audible warning
sound. If any other door is open, the vehicle gets locked but indicators do not
flash.
NOTE
Key Blade should not be folded without pressing the button. Also, it
should not be forced in any direction
apart from folding direction to avoid
damage to Flip Mechanism.
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OPENING AND CLOSING
Manual operation of central door
locking / unlocking
All doors can be locked / unlocked operating driver door using either key blade
from outside or knob from inside.
E-Key Features
Vehicle search
In vehicle locked condition if lock button
on remote key is pressed the turn indicators of vehicle flashes 4 times.
Automatic activation of immobilizer
If key is removed from ignition, the engine will be immobilized automatically
even if you forget to lock the vehicle.
Auto locking / unlocking of doors /
auto relock
Vehicle doors get automatically locked
when all doors are closed and the vehicle speed crosses 10 kmph.
When ignition key is taken out all the
doors get automatically unlocked.
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Also, when unlocked with remote key
and if no door is opened within 30 seconds, vehicle doors get automatically
locked.
glowing. The function of the remote
gets reinstated immediately when
the user stops pressing the push button of remote.
Anti-grab / anti-scan coding
Important
The remote control set of this security
system is protected against the use of
devices called ‘scanners’ and ‘grabbers’
which can record and reproduce some
types of remote codes.
Don’t operate Unlock push-button of remote while in the vicinity of your vehicle,
as it could lead to an unintentional unlocking your vehicle.
Sleep Mode
If remote key is not used for more than a
week then its functionalities will turn to
sleep mode. In such a case, to activate
the remote key functionalities, open the
door mechanically with the key blade.
Don’t use discharged batteries in remote, as it could damage the remote.
For battery replacement procedure refer
maintenance section.
Don’t remove the battery connection of
the vehicle while the vehicle has been
locked by remote.
NOTE
In case any button of the key is accidentally pressed for more than 25
seconds, the remote stops functioning till the time the button is pressed.
The LED on the Remote also stops
Tigor/Rev01,July 17
OPENING AND CLOSING
Doors
Locking without a key from inside
Opening the doors from inside
All doors can be opened from inside. To
open, pull the door opening knob (1) and
then lever (2).
Door locking / unlocking with key
Driver door has separate locking facility.
All doors can be locked or unlocked from
outside using the key.
All the doors can also be locked from inside by pressing knob (1) on driver door
and independently on other doors respectively.
Insert the key and turn it clockwise to
lock and counter clockwise to open the
door.
Tigor/Rev01,July 17
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OPENING AND CLOSING
Windows
Power windows (If equipped)
NOTE
Power windows can be operated for
3 minutes in ‘IGN OFF’ position and
when key is taken out.
Individual switches
Individual window winding switches
have been provided on the front passenger and rear doors.
Glasses are wound up by pulling the
switch and are lowered by pressing.
WARNING
!
While raising the glass, take care to
avoid fingers/hands getting trapped
between glass and the frame.
1. Front Window Winding Switch (Right)
2. Rear Window Winding Switch (Right)
3. Front Window Winding Switch (Left)
4. Rear Window Winding Switch (Left)
5. Inhibit Switch
Glasses on all four windows of your vehicle can be operated by switches provided on the main control panel located
on the driver’s arm rest. They work only
when the key is in the ‘IGN ON’ position.
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Tigor/Rev01,July 17
OPENING AND CLOSING
Inhibit switch
Inhibit ON (Pressed position)
Manual Window Winding
When this switch is
pressed the individual switches provided on rear passenger doors cannot be operated. It
can only be operated by using the window switches on driver's arm rest.
(If equipped)
WARNING
Inhibit OFF (Released position)
When switch is released, the individual switches provided on rear passenger door can be
operated. It can
also be operated from the switches on
driver's arm rest.
Tigor/Rev01,July 17
Use window winder handle for lowering
or raising up window glasses manually
where power windows are not provided.
!

If children operate the windows
they could be get trapped, particularly if they are left unsupervised. There is a risk of injury.

Activate the window inhibit feature when children are travelling.
When leaving the vehicle, always
take the key with you and lock the
vehicle. Never leave children unsupervised in the vehicle.
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OPENING AND CLOSING
Bonnet
Opening
WARNING
!
Always switch off the windshield wipers and the ignition before opening
the bonnet.
WARNING
!
Certain components in the engine
compartment, such as the engine, radiator and parts of the exhaust system, can become very hot. Working in
the engine compartment poses a risk
of injury.
1. Ensure that the vehicle is in neutral
gear with the parking brake applied.
2. Pull the bonnet release lever. The
bonnet will pop up slightly.
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3. Raise the bonnet slightly and with
your finger slide the secondary lock
lever located under the bonnet centre to the left side.
4. Lift the bonnet up. Pull the bonnet
stay rod from its clip and insert the
free end into the slot.
WARNING
NOTE
Make sure that the wiper arms are
not raised before you lift up the bonnet to avoid damaging the wiper
arms and the bonnet.


!
The stay rod can be hot enough to
burn your finger right after driving. Touch the rod after it becomes cool enough.
Insert the stay rod into the hole
securely. If the rod drops off, your
body may be caught below the
bonnet.
Tigor/Rev01,July 17
OPENING AND CLOSING
Closing
1. To close the bonnet, hold the bonnet
by one hand, disengage the stay rod
and clamp it back properly.
2. Lower the bonnet close to the
bumper, and then let it drop down.
WARNING
!
Trunk lid Opening Lever is located on the
right hand side of the driver seat. Lift the
lever to unlock trunk lid. Lift the trunk lid.
Option III (If provided)
Option II
It can also be opened by using door key,
The lock is located on the trunk lid.
For closing, pull the trunk lid down and
close it with a slight swing.
Ensure that the bonnet is locked
properly before driving or it can fly up
unexpectedly during driving.
Trunk lid
Option I (If provided)
To open the trunk lid, press the switch located on fascia switch.
NOTE
This option will work only in ignition
ON condition.
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OPENING AND CLOSING
Option IV (If provided)
Fuel lid opening Lever is located on the
right hand side of the driver seat. Lift the
lever to unlock fuel flap. Open the fuel
cap by turning it in counter clockwise direction for fuel filling.


Do not use cell phone while refueling.
Do not continue adding fuel after
the automatic shut ‘OFF’ function
operates. If it is equipped on the
fuel station. Overfilling the fuel
tank could damage the fuel system.
NOTE
Remove the fuel filler cap slowly, and
wait for any hissing to stop. The fuel
may be under pressure and may
spray out.
trunk lid opening can be done through
long press (4 sec) approach light button
on remote key.
Fuel lid
For closing, lock the fuel cap and gently
push the fuel flap till it gets locked.
WARNING

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!
If fuel cap needs replacement, ensure
that it is replaced by a genuine cap at
TATA MOTORS Authorized Service Centre
only.
Fuel vapour is extremely hazardous. Always switch ‘OFF’ the engine before refueling and never
refill near sparks or open flames.
Tigor/Rev01,July 17
DASHBOARD AND FEATURES
Cockpit (MT)
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
The above shown image is for reference purpose only.
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A.C. Air vent (Side)
Air Bag (PAB) - if fitted
A.C. Air vent (Middle)
Hazard Warning Switch
Combi-Switch
Steering Wheel
Instrument Cluster
Horn pad / Air Bag (DAB) - if fitted
Steering Wheel Switches - if fitted
Accelerator Pedal
Brake Pedal
Clutch Pedal
Foot Rest
Power Socket
Cup Holder
Parking Brake Lever
Gear Shift Lever
USB/AUX Port - if fitted
HVAC /FATC Control panel(If fitted)
Fascia Switches
Infotainment System - if fitted
Glove Box
Driver Side Pocket
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DASHBOARD AND FEATURES
Cockpit (AMT)
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
The above shown image is for reference purpose only.
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A.C. Air vent (Side)
Air Bag (PAB) - if fitted
A.C. Air vent (Middle)
Hazard Warning Switch
Combi-Switch
Steering Wheel
Instrument Cluster
Horn pad / Air Bag (DAB) - if fitted
Steering Wheel Switches - if fitted
Accelerator Pedal
Brake Pedals
Gear Shift Lever
Power Socket
Foot Rest
Cup Holder
Parking Brake Lever
USB/AUX Port - if fitted
HVAC /FATC Control panel(If fitted)
Fascia Switches
Infotainment System - if fitted
Glove Box
Driver Side Pocket
Tigor/Rev01,July 17
DASHBOARD AND FEATURES
Instrument Cluster – Version 1
Tachometer
Temperature
Gauge
Speedometer
Set knob
Mode knob
Fuel Gauge
Driver Information Display
NOTE: All indicators shown may not be applicable to your vehicle.
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DASHBOARD AND FEATURES
Instrument Cluster – Version 2
Tachometer
Driver Information Display
Set knob
Speedometer
Mode knob
Fuel Gauge
NOTE: All indicators shown may not be applicable to your vehicle.
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DASHBOARD AND FEATURES
Speedometer
Speedometer indicates
speed in km/h.
Fuel Gauge
the
vehicle
NOTE
At every key IN and ignition ON, the
Instrument Cluster needles and
gauges moves to MAX. and returns to
'0' position. This is a welcome strategy and a self-check feature.
When the ignition switch is in “ON” position, fuel gauge gives an approximate indication of the amount of fuel in the fuel
tank. “F” stands for full and “E” stands
for empty.
Tachometer
Tachometer indicates engine speed in
revolutions per min (rpm).
WARNING
NOTE
Check the fuel level when the vehicle
is on level road.
On inclines, curves, during braking
and sudden acceleration due to the
movement of fuel in the tank, the fuel
level display may fluctuate or the low
fuel warning lamp may illuminate
earlier than usual.
WARNING
!
 When engine is accelerated beyond safe ‘rpm’, the tachometer
pointer turns RED. In such case, reduce the engine RPM immediately.
 Never drive the vehicle with engine
in high ‘rpm’. This may cause severe engine damage.
Tigor/Rev01,July 17
Version - 1
If fuel is not filled even after Low fuel
warning telltale ‘ON’, first bar in fuel
gauge will start blinking to indicate more
severe low fuel warning.
Version - 2
When fuel in the tank is near to empty
position, low fuel warning telltale turns
‘ON’. Refill the tank as soon as possible.
!
Low fuel warning symbol will blink if
there is any fault in the system. Take
your vehicle to the nearest TATA MOTORS Authorised service station if
the symbol starts blinking. ‘rpm’.
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DASHBOARD AND FEATURES
Temperature Gauge (if equipped)
When the ignition switch is in the “ON”
position, this gauge indicates the engine
coolant temperature. The indicator
should stay within the normal, acceptable temperature range between “H” and
“C”. If the indicator approaches “H”,
overheating is indicated by red LED bar.
WARNING
!
The red LED bar and high coolant
temperature warning tell-tale Indicates overheating that may damage
the engine. Continuing to drive the
vehicle when engine overheating is
indicated can result in severe engine
damage or fire.
If the coolant temperature reading is
very high, the warning tell-tale flashes
with an audible buzzer. In this case, stop
the vehicle, switch ‘OFF’ the engine and
cool it down for some time. Contact a
nearest TATA MOTORS Authorised Service Centre immediately for rectification.
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Tigor/Rev01,July 17
DASHBOARD AND FEATURES
Driver Information
System Image
Description
Odometer
Indicates total distance travelled by a vehicle.
The Odometer reading does not return to “0” when it reaches maximum value, the display will freeze to maximum value.
Trip meter A & B
The trip meter is used to measure the distance travelled on short trips
or between fuel stops. It can be reset to “0”
Trip meter reading becomes “0.0” after it crosses 9999.9 kms.
Average Fuel Economy
for Trip A and Trip B
Displays “Average Fuel Economy” since last reset.
Distance To Empty
Indicates approximate distance that your vehicle can travel with available fuel in tank under current average fuel consumption rate.
Fill the fuel immediately in case of DTE shows rEFUEL.
NOTE: If low fuel warning light turns ‘ON’, fill the fuel tank immediately regardless the value of dis-played DTE.
Tigor/Rev01,July 17
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DASHBOARD AND FEATURES
Driver Information
System Image
Description
Instantaneous fuel
Economy
The display shows the value of instantaneous fuel consumption
only when the vehicle is moving.
Clock
When the ignition switch is in the “ON” position, it shows the
time.
Service reminder
Indicates the number of days/kilometers in which service is due. If
service is overdue, it will display “0” km or “0” days and spanner
symbol will blink.
Never reset the display between service intervals otherwise, this may
result in to incorrect readings.
Information is retained in the service interval display also after the
vehicle battery is disconnected.
NOTE: This option is for indicative purpose only. Keep track of your
odometer reading and follow the maintenance schedule.
Up or Down arrow shall be displayed on DIS whenever Gear should
be put Up or Down.
This feature is applicable to both AMT and Manual transmission
variant.
No arrow shall be displayed when the selected Gear is as per the
Vehicle dynamics.
Gear Recommendation
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Tigor/Rev01,July 17
DASHBOARD AND FEATURES
Driver Information
Door Ajar
System Image
Description
All four door and trunk lid are indicated independently when respective door or trunk lid is open.
NOTE: If any other door is open roof lamp will be ‘ON’ provided
that roof lamp switch is in
position.
This warning will be indicated when driver door is open.
NOTE: If any other door is open roof lamp will be ‘ON’ provided
that roof lamp switch is in
position.
Outside Ambient
Temperature
Displays outside ambient temperature in units °C.
Drive Mode (AMT)
“M” indicates Manual Drive mode.
“Auto” indicated Automatic Drive mode.
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DASHBOARD AND FEATURES
Driver Information
System Image
Current Gear Indication
- Neutral
- Reverse
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Description
Current gear engaged by the transmission shall be displayed on
DIS.
This feature is applicable to both AMT and Manual transmission
variant.
In case of Manual transmission, the gear display is as per the User
selection. IN case of AMT, the display is as per the Automatic selected gear.
Note: If
is displayed, it means ‘Fault’ condition. In such
case, take vehicle to authorized TATA MOTORS service station.
Tigor/Rev01,July 17
DASHBOARD AND FEATURES
1. Instantaneous fuel economy
(IFE)
Monitor IFE bar graph to achieve better
fuel economy.
NOTE
IFE will vary frequently as per driving
pattern.
IFE display does not show Fuel Economy
of last drive.
It indicates fuel economy of current
Drive when Ignition is turned ‘ON’.
The display does not show actual value
unless vehicle is moving.
The indication on the display may be delayed if fuel consumption is affected by
driving pattern.
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2. Average fuel economy (AFE)
3. Distance to empty (DTE)
Average Fuel Economy A/B will reset to
‘0’ whenever Trip meter A/B is reset.
It indicates approximate distance in ‘km’
that your vehicle can travel with available fuel in tank.
Average Fuel Economy will be displayed
as ‘--.--‘ for initial 0.5 km of respective
trip. Once 0.5 km distance is covered,
Average Fuel Economy will be displayed.
Even after 0.5 km distance covered for
particular trip, if Average Fuel Economy
is displayed as ‘--.--‘, then take your vehicle to TATA MOTORS Authorized Service
Centre.
NOTE
AFE value is estimate of fuel economy. It may vary significantly based
upon driving conditions, driving habits and condition of vehicle.
Average Fuel Consumption will get
Reset to ‘0’ when Battery is removed
and refitted.
DTE values may vary significantly based
on driving conditions, driving habits, and
condition of the vehicle. It is an estimate
value of the available driving distance.
NOTE
If DTE is displayed as ‘---‘, then take
your vehicle to TATA MO-TORS Authorized Service Centre.
The DTE will update with new value when
fuel is added more than 4 Litres at a
time.
If low fuel warning light turns ‘ON’, fill the
fuel tank immediately regardless the
value of displayed DTE.
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DASHBOARD AND FEATURES
Driver Information Settings (Version 1)
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Tigor/Rev01,July 17
DASHBOARD AND FEATURES
Driver Information Settings (Version 2)
Tigor/Rev01,July 17
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DASHBOARD AND FEATURES
Digital Clock Setting
Instrument Cluster Illumination
WARNING
!
The Clock and Instrument Cluster Illumination settings should be done
only when the vehicle is in stationary
condition for safety purpose.
Digital clock appears on the DIS screen.
To adjust the values in Hrs. Min. and
AM/PM mode, Press ‘SET’ knob on Instrument Cluster. A delayed press on the
‘SET’ knob for selected value will confirm
it and move towards next respective
value.
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For Instrument Cluster illumination level
settings, it is necessary to turn the Park
Lamp ‘ON’ and then Press the ‘SET’ knob
on Instrument Cluster.
Press ‘SET’ knob to change the illumination intensity level in 5 steps. A delayed
press on the ‘SET’ knob for a selected intensity will confirm it.
Tigor/Rev01,July 17
DASHBOARD AND FEATURES
Warning Lamps
Color
Malfunction
Indication Lamp
(MIL)
Amber
Check Engine
Amber
Indicator
Remarks
1. Illuminates when ignition is switched ‘ON’. Once engine is
started, it turns ‘OFF’.
2. It remains ‘ON’ for any engine related fault that may increase
emission levels of the vehicle beyond the regulatory norms. Contact a TATA MOTORS Authorised Service Centre for rectification.
1. Illuminates when ignition is switched ‘ON’. Once engine is
started, it turns ‘OFF’.
2. Illuminates continuously if a fault arises in Engine Management
System. Contact a TATA MOTORS Authorised Service Centre.
Immobilizer
Red
1. Illuminates when the system disables engine start if the
original key is not used.
2. Lamp blinks: Vehicle is in immobilized condition when key
is not inserted.
3. Lamp ON: Problem with key/system. Contact a TATA
MOTORS Authorised Service Centre.
Water in fuel
(Diesel)
Tigor/Rev01,July 17
Amber
1. Illuminates when ignition is switched ‘ON’. Once engine is started,
it turns ‘OFF’.
2. Illuminates continuously if excess water is accumulated in the fuel
filter. Contact a TATA MOTORS Authorised Service Centre to drain
the water immediately to avoid serious damage to the fuel injection system.
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DASHBOARD AND FEATURES
Warning Lamps
Color
Indicator
Remarks
Glow Plug
(Diesel)
Amber
Illuminates momentarily when ignition is switched ‘ON’ to indicate
that the glow plugs are active. It will continuously illuminate when
engine is getting preheated. Start the engine only after the indicator turns ‘OFF’.
Turn Signal
Green
Indicates direction indicated by the turn signal.
Blinks along with buzzer while operating left/right turn indicator
only when ignition is switched ‘ON’.
High Beam
Blue
Illuminates when the high beam headlamps are switched ‘ON’ or
flashed.
Low Oil Pressure
Red
1. Illuminates when ignition is switched ‘ON’. Once engine is
started, it turns ‘OFF’ once required oil pressure is achieved.
2. Illuminates continuously if there is insufficient oil pressure.
Stop the vehicle as soon as safety permits and switch off the
engine. Check engine oil level and top-up if required. Contact
TATA MOTORS assistance before starting the engine.
Battery charging
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Red
Illuminates when ignition is switched ‘ON’. Once engine is started,
it turns ‘OFF’.
It will continuously illuminate when there is malfunction of charging
system. Contact a TATA MOTORS Authorised Service Centre.
Tigor/Rev01,July 17
DASHBOARD AND FEATURES
Warning Lamps
Park Brake / Brake Fluid
Low / EBD Fault
Color
Red
Indicator
Remarks
Illuminates momentarily when ignition is switched ‘ON’. Once parking brake is released, it turns ‘OFF’. If it remains ‘ON’, it indicates
1. Brake fluid level is low.
2. Park brake is applied & turns ‘OFF’ when it is released.
3. ABS/EBD system has a fault.
Seat belt warning
Red
Indicates that seat belt is not fastened when ignition is ‘ON’.
It will be continuously 'ON' if the seat belt is not fastened (above 4
kmph). When the vehicle speed goes above 25 kmph seat belt alarm
will be audible.
Airbag status
Red
Illuminates momentarily when ignition is switched ‘ON’.
It will continuously illuminate when there is malfunction of airbag
(SRS) system. Contact a TATA MOTORS Authorised Service Centre
immediately.
EPAS
Amber
Illuminates momentarily when ignition is switched ‘ON’.
Illuminates when there is a fault in the EPAS. Contact a TATA MOTORS Authorised Service Centre immediately.
Low Coolant Temperature
(if applicable)
Tigor/Rev01,July 17
Blue
Illuminates momentarily when ignition is switched ‘ON’.
Illuminates when engine coolant temperature is low, while it turns
‘OFF’ when engine coolant temperature is normal.
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DASHBOARD AND FEATURES
Warning Lamps
Color
Indicator
Remarks
High Coolant
Temperature
Red
Illuminates momentarily when ignition is switched ‘ON’.
Illuminates when engine coolant temperature is very high and continuously flashes along with buzzer if engine coolant temp. is extremely high. Switch off the engine and allow to cool.
Contact a TATA MOTORS Authorised Service Centre immediately.
ABS
(if applicable)
Amber
Illuminates momentarily when ignition is switched ‘ON’. Illuminates
continuously if there is any malfunction in ABS. Normal braking system will be operational without assistance of ABS. Contact a TATA
MOTORS Authorised Service Centre immediately.
Low Fuel
Amber
Illuminates momentarily when ignition is switched ‘ON’.
Illuminates when fuel level is low. 1st bar on fuel gauge will start
blinking when fuel level is low. Refill the fuel tank as soon as possible.
IMPORTANT: The warning light will start flashing if there is any fault
in the fuel system. Contact a TATA MOTORS Authorised Service Centre immediately.
ECO
(For MT)
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Green
ECO indicates Economy drive. This mode is used to achieve better
fuel economy.
Tigor/Rev01,July 17
DASHBOARD AND FEATURES
Warning Lamps
Color
CITY
Blue
CITY mode is default mode. This mode is used to achieve optimum
torque.
SPORT
(For AMT)
Amber
This indicates comes when vehicle is in a SPORT mode. It is applicable only in AUTO mode. This mode is used to product more torque
from engine.
AMT Fault
(If applicable)
Amber
Illuminates momentarily when ignition is switched ‘ON’.
Illuminates continuously when there is a fault in Automatic
Manual Transmission system. Contact a TATA MOTORS authorized
Service Centre immediately.
Tigor/Rev01,July 17
Indicator
Remarks
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DASHBOARD AND FEATURES
Audio Reminders
Reverse gear reminder
Drive mode chime
Key in reminder
If Reverse Gear is engaged, audio warning for 1 sec will alert you. This chime is
applicable for both Manual and AMT
transmission vehicles.
Manual Transmission:
While leaving your vehicle, if you forget
the key inside the vehicle in Ignition
‘OFF’ position, buzzer will provide audio
warning. Remove Key to stop the warning.
Park lamp ‘ON’ reminder
While leaving your vehicle, if you forget
to turn ‘OFF’ the head lamps, buzzer will
provide audio warning. Switch ‘OFF’ Park
Lamps to stop the warning. Do not forget
to turn ‘OFF’ your head lamps as it may
drain your vehicle battery.
Park brake ‘ON’ reminder
If Park Brake is applied and vehicle is
driven, telltale will turn ‘ON’ and buzzer
will provide audio warning continuously.
Disengage the park brake to stop audio
warning.
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Seat belt reminder
If driver seat belt is not fastened and vehicle speed goes above 25 kmph, audio
alarm will start and continue for 90 seconds. If driver seat belt is still not fastened within 90 seconds, audio alarm
will continue for next 90 seconds. Seat
belt telltale will remain continuously ‘ON’
when audio alarm is active.
When Drive mode changes from City to
Eco mode or Eco to City mode, audio
warning will be alert for one second.
Automatic Transmission:
When Drive mode changes from Manual
to Auto or Auto to Manual, audio warning
will be alert for one second.
AMT Fault Reminder
If Fault occur in AMT, 3 second audio
warning will alert you.
Tigor/Rev01,July 17
DASHBOARD AND FEATURES
Combi-Switch (RH Stalk)
3. High beam - Move the lever forward
to select the High Beam function.
Pull the lever back to normal for low
beam.
4. High beam Flash (spring return)
To flash the high beam, pull the lever
towards you from the normal position. It will return to its normal position when you release it.
5. Headlamp Rotary Switch
point where the turn signal light begins
to flash, but the lever does not latch. The
turn signal will flash 3 times automatically.
7. Head lamp leveling rotary switch
i) OFF Position
1. Left Turn signal - Move the lever
fully upward.
2. Right Turn signal - Move the lever
fully downward.
All lamps will remain ‘OFF’.
ii) Parking Lamp
Rotate stalk to turn ‘ON’ the Parking
lamps.
NOTE
iii) Low Beam
When the turn is completed, the signal will cancel and the lever will return to its normal position.
Rotate stalk to turn ‘ON’ the Low
Beam function.
Tigor/Rev01,July 17
6. Lane Change Signal
To signal a lane change, move the lever
slightly up or down respective to the
Inner rotary switch on right hand stalk is
provided for head lamp leveling. With the
inner rotary switch, Head lamp leveling
can be done with head lamp in Low
Beam and in ‘ON’ position. Select correct position before start of trip and vehicle is stationary. Depending upon the
number of passengers and luggage in
the vehicle headlamp focus may change.
This can be adjusted by rotating the
knob to one of the 3 level positions.
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DASHBOARD AND FEATURES
Combi-Switch (LH Stalk)
2) Slow Wipe
Push the stalk towards position (2) for
continuous slow wipe.
3) Fast Wipe
Push the stalk towards position (3) for
continuous fast wipe.
4) Flick wipe (spring return)
Pull the stalk downwards and hold it for
continuous wipe, the wiper continuously
wipes across the windshield at low
speed till the stalk is released.
0) ‘OFF’ Position
The wiper is switched ‘OFF’.
1) Intermittent wipe
Push the stalk upwards to operate intermittent wipe.
Inner rotary switch on left hand
stalk is provided for intermittent front wiper delay. The
switch has 5 delay timers.
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NOTE
When you crank the engine, the supply to washer motor is momentarily
cut off.
Fascia Switches (for MT)
Fascia switches are provided on the center console above HVAC control panel.
5) Front Windshield
Washer
 Pull the lever little longer,
washer fluid will be sprayed on the
windshield.
 The windshield wipers operate for 3
cycles after the lever is released and
1 more cycle after 5 seconds.
1. Front fog lamp switch
2. ECO mode switch
3. Electric trunk lid
Tigor/Rev01,July 17
DASHBOARD AND FEATURES
Fascia Switches (for AMT)
It turns ‘ON’ when the front fog lamp
switch is pushed in with ignition ‘ON’ and
position and parking / head lamp is ‘ON’.
An indicator on the switch will be illuminated when the front fog light is ‘ON’.
Steering Wheel Switches (LHS)
(If equipped)
ECO mode Switch (if equipped)
Refer DRIVE MODES chapter
in ‘STARTING and DIVING’
section.
Electric Trunk lid
1. Rear window demister switch
2. Front fog lamp switch
3. Electric trunk lid
Front Fog Lamps
In conditions where visibility
is poor due to fog, snow or
rain, the fog lamps improve
visibility as well as making it easier for
other road users to see you.
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To open the trunk lid, press
the switch located on fascia
switch.
Rear Window Demister
Volume - To increase (+) / decrease (-)
volume of music system / radio.
The switch turns the rear
window demister ON/OFF. It
operates when engine is running. The system will be deactivated after 15 min of continuous operation.
Mute / phone reject
(if equipped)
An indicator on the switch will be illuminate when the rear window demister is
‘ON’
To reject or hang up a phone call. It is
also used to mute the volume of music
system / radio.
Seek forward / backward
To change radio channels.
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DASHBOARD AND FEATURES
Source - To select the required
source in the infotainment (USB, AUX,
AM, FM).
Mic
Infotainment System (if equipped)
Steering Wheel Switches (RHS)
(If equipped)
A mic is provided on roof interior above
driver seat position.
Phone receive
Speakers (if equipped)
This button is used to accept incoming
call when a cell phone is connected via
Bluetooth.
Speakers and tweeters are provided on
models with infotainment system. While
provisions are given for music system
and speakers on versions without infotainment system.
NOTE
NOTE
For more information on Infotainment system refer infotainment
manual.
For more information on steering
wheel switches refer Infotainment
manual.
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Tigor/Rev01,July 17
DASHBOARD AND FEATURES
USB/AUX Port (if equipped)
Power Socket (If equipped)
NOTE
Use of inappropriate electrical ac-accessories can cause damage to your
vehicle’s electrical system. Make
sure that any electrical accessories
you use are designed to plug into this
type of socket.
Antenna (If equipped)
Connect your portable digital music players, pen drives etc. to this socket for
playing music tracks through the vehicles music system.
Two power sockets are provided. The
power socket will work when the ignition
switch is in the “ACC” or “ON” position.
This socket can be used to provide 12V
(10A) power for electrical accessories.
Antenna is located on the roof. Turn antenna counter clockwise to remove from
vehicle, if required.
Tigor/Rev01,July 17
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DASHBOARD AND FEATURES
Roof Lamp
is closed, the lamp will remain ‘ON’ for
25 sec and turns ‘OFF’ with dimming.
This helps settling in the seat and inserting the key in the ignition switch.
When the key is turned to the ‘IGN’ position, the lamp goes ‘OFF’ immediately.
comfortable positioning of passengers
during a journey.
Boot Lamp (if equipped)
OFF - In this position the
lamp will remain ‘OFF’.
Roof Grab Handle
Interior roof lighting lamp is provided on
the roof with inbuilt switch.
The switch has three positions:
ON - The lamp will turn ‘ON’
as long as the switch is in this
position.
DOOR - In this position the
lamp turns ‘ON’ with dimming when either of the
doors are opened. When the last door
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Roof grab handles are provided on all
seats except driver’s seat. This helps in
Boot lamp is provided in the luggage
compartment to illuminate the luggage
area.
Switch is provided on lamp to turn
‘ON’/ ‘OFF’ boot lamp. If switch is retained in ‘ON’ position, Boot lamp will
turn ‘ON’ automatically on opening the
trunk lid.
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DASHBOARD AND FEATURES
Tag Holder
Tag holder is provided near the front
windshield for ease of displaying toll,
parking tickets, ID’s, passes, labels etc.
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STOWAGE AREAS
Storage Compartments
1) Glove box
2) Utility pockets on front doors
3) Utility pockets on rear doors
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4) Driver side pocket
5) Center console
6) Foldable arm rest
7)
Trunk lid compartment
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STOWAGE AREAS
1) Glove box
vent by rotating the knob, whenever
cooling is not required.
2) Utility pockets on front doors
3) Utility pockets on rear doors
Utility pockets are provided on front and
rear doors and it can be used to keep
magazines/books, water bottles etc.
4) Driver side Pocket
1. Vent - Chiller glove box (If applicable)
To open - Press the knob and open the
glove box flap.
To close - Fold glove box flap upwards
until it engages.
2. Laptop holder
3. Pen / Visiting card holder
NOTE
On selected models, cooling facilityty is also provided. It cools the glove
box only when the AC is ‘ON’.
Chiller glove box (If applicable)
Upper Glove Box is provided with a cooling facility. It cools the glove box only
when the front A/C is ON. Shut OFF the
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You can keep suitable items in the space
provided.
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STOWAGE AREAS
5) Center console
6) Foldable arm rest
7) Trunk lid Compartment
A foldable arm rest has been provided in
the rear seat. It also has two cup holders,
which can be accessed by opening the
cover. When not required, fold the armrest back into the seat.
Store the luggage in trunk lid.
a) Stowage compartment
Stowage compartment provided for
keeping cell phones, iPod’s, chargers
etc.
b) Cup holder
d) Bottle holder
c) Coin storage
NOTE
Use cups, containers, bottles of right
size and which have lids. The drinks
could otherwise spill.
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WARNING
NOTE
Remove all items and cups before
folding the cup holders
!
Distribute the items of luggage as
evenly as possible.
Position heavy loads as far forwards
as possible and as low down in the
trunk lid as possible.
The load must not protrude above the
luggage cover. Never allow occupants to travel in the luggage compartment.
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STOWAGE AREAS
Card holder (If applicable)
Coat hook
A pocket is provided on the back of the
driver side sun visor to keep cards, papers etc.
Coat hook is provided on rear passenger
right side grab handle.
WARNING
!
The coat hook cannot restrain heavy
objects or items of luggage.
Never hang hard, sharp-edged or
fragile objects on the coat hook..
Collapsible hook
Collapsible hook is provided for hanging
carry bags etc. Load up to 2 kg is permissible.
NOTE
Keep the sun visors in their original
position when not in use or else, they
may block driver’s vision.
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CLIMATE CONTROL
The HVAC is operational when engine is running and blower is ‘ON’. The Climate control regulates the temperature in the vehicle
interior and filters dust particles. You can manually set the desired temperature
Air Distribution- The air is distributed through the vents in the passenger compartment as shown below:
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CLIMATE CONTROL
Air vents
HVAC Controls
A. Air distribution control
Air vents are provided on dashboard. Air
flow and its direction can be adjusted
with the help of knob provided on respective vent.
This is to select the air distribution pattern as described in the table.
A. Air Distribution Control
B. Blower Speed Control
C. Temperature Control
D. Air Intake Selector
E. AC ON/OFF Switch
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Directs air through the center and side air vents
Directs air through the center, side and foot well vents
Directs air through the foot
well air vents
Directs air through the defroster & foot well vents
(Default fresh air mode)
Directs air through the defroster vents (Default fresh
air mode)
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increase the temperature, turn the dial
to the right.
B. Blower Speed control
OFF
HIGH
D. Air intake selector
Press the switch to activate / deactivate
recirculation mode.
Fresh Air mode: (Indicator light ‘OFF’)
Fresh air is drawn into the vehicle.
Always use when:


This is to turn ‘ON’ the blower and select
desired blower speed.
C. Temperature control
LOW

Press to ‘ON’ or ‘OFF’
Recirculation mode: (Indicator light
HIGH
The temperature control dial allows you
to adjust the temperature. To lower the
temperature, turn the dial to the left. To
‘ON’)
Air in the passenger compartment recirculates. No fresh air enters the compartment.
Always use when:


NOTE
The AC can be switched ‘ON’ only if the
blower is ‘ON’ and engine is running.
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
Driving on a dusty road or through
tunnel.
On signals or slow traffic to avoid
traffic pollution.
Maximum cooling is required.
Discomfort is felt or windows are
fogging up.
Using
or
air flow modes
during demist / defrost.
Using normal heating mode.
E. AC ON/OFF
Press the switch to activate / deactivate
the climate control. The indicator lamp in
the button will light up when climate control is activated.
When AC is switched ‘ON’, engine idling
RPM increases marginally to adjust the
AC compressor load.
When desired temperature is achieved
AC trips ‘OFF’ automatically.
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CLIMATE CONTROL
Recommended basic settings of the control elements of air conditioning system for the respective operating modes. These may
vary depending on individual requirements and weather conditions.
Control Knob Position
A. Air Flow Direction
Button Position
B. Blower Speed
C. Air Temperature
D. Air Intake
E. AC ON / OFF
2nd or 3rd dot
Desired temp.
Fresh air mode.
Switched OFF
To MAX speed
and then 2nd or
3rd dot
To the right up to the
stop
1st to 3rd dot
Desired temperature
Briefly switch ON to Switched OFF
Fresh air mode
then Recirculation
mode
Recirculation
Switched ON
mode
To MAX speed
and then 2nd or
3rd dot
To the left up to the
stop
Recirculation
mode
Switched ON
Demisting
2nd or 3rd dot
Desired temperature
Fresh air mode
(Default)
Switched ON
(Optional)
Defrosting
To MAX speed
Desired temperature
Fresh air mode
(Default)
Switched ON
(Optional)
Functions
Normal heating
or
Quick heating
Normal Cooling
Quick Cooling
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or
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CLIMATE CONTROL
NOTE
 Condensation may drip from the
underside of the vehicle when it is
in cooling mode. Traces of water
on the ground are normal and are
not a sign that there is a malfunction.
 Ventilate the vehicle for a brief period during warm weather. This
will speed up the cooling process
and the desired vehicle interior
temperature will be reached
quickly.
 Never cover the air vents or air intake grilles in the vehicle interior.
 If the AC is not used for a long period, such as during winter, it may
not give the best performance
when you start using it again. Operate the AC at least once a month
to maintain optimum performance.
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
-
-
While starting the vehicle itself after long duration (more than 15
days), following procedure needs
to be followed to meet AC performance.
Start the vehicle with AC & Blower
in OFF condition in idling for 2~3
minutes.
Then switch ON the AC & Blower
and run it for another 2~3
minutes in idling for proper circulation of refrigerant & oil to lubricate the internal parts of AC system.
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CLIMATE CONTROL
FULLY AUTOMATIC TEMPERATURE CONTROL (FATC)
GENERAL DESCRIPTION:
FATC system controls the in-cabin Temperature of the
vehicle automatically and provides maximum passenger convenience regardless of outside weather conditions.
NOTE
If the display flashes ‘ERR’ in periodic pattern (Display will show ‘ERR’ for 5 sec. and set tem-premature for 30 sec.), It indicates FATC malfunctioning.
Switch over to manual mode and con-tact a TATA
MOTORS authorized service Centre.
1. AC compressor ON/OFF button
2. Blower speed control knob
3. Econ (economy mode) button
4. Maximum defrost button
5. Rear window demister button
6. Fresh air / recirculation button
7. Air distribution (mode) button
8. OFF mode
9. Auto on selection button
10. Temperature control knob
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DISPLAY UNIT:
FATC display is shown on infotainment
display screen.
FATC functions can be controlled using
both the FATC control panel and the
touch screen display.
1. AC COMPRESSOR ON / OFF
BUTTON:
Also, when the display is not in climate
mode then climate information will be
displayed on the all-time display provide
on the bottom bar.
Press the AC compressor ON/OFF button
to turn the air conditioning ON or OFF.
You will see AC text on the display, when
AC is ON.
2. BLOWER SPEED CONTROL
KNOB:
Whenever the user presses any push
button or turns the rotary knob, then the
display unit will show the relevant Climate Information
A. Rotate the knob clockwise to increase the blower speed up to MAX 7
speed, where as anti clockwise would reduce the speed up to ‘SPEED 1’.
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CLIMATE CONTROL
B. In ‘AUTO’ mode, the FATC system will
regulate the blower speed automatically.
3. ECON BUTTON:
During ECON AC operation, the system
automatically cuts off compressor at a
higher temperature than normal AC. The
operation can be used during mild
weather conditions for better fuel efficiency.
NOTE
The outside air intakes for the climate control systems are at the base
of windscreen. Keep this area clear
from leaves and other debris.
Comfort level may be compromised during this operation. By pressing ECON button text will be displayed on display.
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4. MAX DEFROST BUTTON:
A. This button directs
the main airflow towards windscreen for
faster defrosting. (It
also overrides any mode selection you
may have made.)
B. When you turn off the button, the
system returns to its former settings.
NOTE
For your safety make sure you have a
clear view through all the windows
before driving.
5. REAR WINDOW DEMISTER BUTTON:
A. This button turns the rear window demister ON or OFF. The system will be
deactivated after 15 min of continuous operation.
6. FRESH AIR / RECIRCULATION
BUTTON:
A. When the recirculation Button or LED is switched ‘ON’, air
from the vehicle’s interior is sent
throughout the system.
B. When the recirculation button is
switched off, air is brought in from outside of the vehicle (fresh mode). Whenever discomfort is felt, switch to fresh air
mode.
The system should be used with recirculation air mode for faster heat up and
cool down, however keeping the system
in recirculation mode, particularly with
AC OFF, can cause the windows fog up.
7. AIR DISTRIBUTION (MODE) BUTTON:
A. In AUTO mode, the FATC system will
regulate the mode automatically. Ho
ever, user override is possible with the
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use of MODE button to select the desired airflow mode.
8. “OFF” BUTTON:
9. AUTO ON SELECTION
C. The system automatically selects the
proper mix of conditioned and / or
heated air that will, as quickly as possible, raise or lower the interior temperature to your preference.
D. When you set the temperature to its
lower limit (Lo) or its upper limit (Hi),
the system runs at full cooling or
heating only. It doesn’t regulate the
interior temperature.
BUTTON
Semi-automatic Operation
Each time you press the MODE button,
the display shows the mode selected.
Air flows from the center and side air vents
Air flows from the center, side vents and foot
well vents
Press the OFF button to switch OFF
The system. OFF will be displayed
on the display.
Air flows from mainly
foot well vents
Air flows from the defroster and foot well
vents (always select
fresh air mode)
Air flows from the defroster vents (always
select fresh air mode)
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To put the automatic climate control in
fully automatic mode:
A. Press the ‘AUTO’ button.
B. Set the desired temperature by turning temperature control knob. The
display will show all the functions
during ‘AUTO’ mode.
You can manually select various functions of the climate control system when
it is in fully automatic mode. All other
features remain automatically controlled. Making any manual selection
causes the word ‘AUTO’ in the display to
go OFF and overridden setting is displayed. System will remain in semiautomatic mode till ‘AUTO’ is re-pressed.
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CLIMATE CONTROL
10. TEMPERATURE CONTROL
KNOB:
Turning the temperature control knob
clockwise increases the temperature of
the air. The desired temperature will be
increased by steps of 0.5ºC. User can select temperature range from 18ºC to
30ºC. Whereas the anticlockwise direction decreases the temperature.
When you set the temperature to its
lower limit (Lo) or its upper limit (Hi),
the system runs at full cooling or heating
only. It doesn’t regulate the interior temperature.
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CLIMATE CONTROL
Control Knob Position
Functions
Button Position
Normal
heating
Desired
Speed
Desired
Temp.
Switched
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
Switched
OFF
ON
Quick
heating
Max.
speed
To the right
up to the stop
Switched
OFF
OFF
Switched
OFF
Switched
OFF
Switched
OFF
ON
Normal
Cooling
Desired
speed
To the right up
to the stop
Switched
OFF
ON
Switched
OFF
Switched
OFF
Switched
OFF
ON
Quick
Cooling
Max
speed
To the right up
to the stop
Switched
OFF
ON
Switched
OFF
Switched
OFF
Switched
OFF
ON
Demisting
Max
speed
To the right up
to the stop
Switched
OFF
OFF
Switched
OFF
Switched
OFF
Switched
OFF
OFF
Demisting
Max
speed
To the right up
to the stop
Switched
OFF
OFF
Switched
OFF
Switched
OFF
Switched
OFF
OFF
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CLIMATE CONTROL
HVAC Sensors:
2. In-car sensor on control panel.
HVAC system is fitted with three sensors
1. A solar sensor on top of the dashboard at the right hand side of defroster grill
A.
B.
3. Outside Ambient Temperature (OAT)
sensor located under the front
bumper grill.
NOTE
1. Do not cover or spill any liquid on
sensors.
2. Do not cover sensor, this may
cause the sensor to malfunction. This
may lead to FATC not functioning to
desired level.
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If your vehicle is parked under the sun,
you can cool it down fast by following the
steps given below:
Start the engine.
Turn on A/C by pressing the button.
Make sure the temperature control
is set to maximum cool. In case of
FATC set temperature to ‘Low’
mode.
C. Set the fan to maximum speed. (for
ETC, manual HVAC variants)
D. Open windows half, set air direction
towards face and fresh air mode.
E. When the interior has cooled down
to a more comfortable level, close
windows and set the controls as required in normal cooling, with recirculation mode ON.
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STARTING AND DRIVING
Pre Driving Checks
Daily check:
Weekly check:
Make sure that:


Engine oil level

Coolant level

Brake fluid level

Windshield washer fluid level

Fuel level
 Windshield, windows, mirrors, lights,
and reflectors are clean and unobstructed.
 Tools kit, jack & handle, warning triangle, owner’s manual, first aid kit
and vehicle documents are available
and stored at their locations.
WARNING
!
Never put any mat on top of the floor
carpet near pedal region.
 All doors, engine bonnet and trunk lid
are securely closed and latched.
 All of your passengers are properly
restrained. You and your passengers
should always wear seat belts.
 Objects, luggage or loads are secured properly against slipping or tipping.
 Sufficient fuel for the trip.
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
Tyres for abnormal wear, cracks or
damage and embedded foreign material such as nails, stones, etc.
Traces of fluid and oil below vehicle.
NOTE
Water dripping from the air conditioning system after use is normal.


All lamps, wipers, wiper blades and
horn for proper operation.
All switches, gauges and tell tales are
working properly.
NOTE
Check the tyre pressure regularly including spare wheel.
Adjust:


Seats, head restraints (if equipped)
and steering wheel position.
All the mirrors properly.
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STARTING AND DRIVING
Driving Tips
Personal driving style
Fuel consumption, engine, transmission,
brake and tyre wear are mainly affected
by below factors:
 Do not depress the accelerator pedal
when starting the engine.
 Do not warm up the engine when the
vehicle is stationary.
 Always adapt your driving style to suit
the prevailing road and weather conditions and maintain a safe distance
from the vehicle in front. Drive carefully.
 Avoid frequent, sudden acceleration
and braking.
 Select appropriate gear according to
varying speeds and load conditions.
 Operating conditions of your vehicle
 Your personal driving style
Operating conditions:
 Avoid frequent start and stop as
these increase fuel consumptions.
 Always make sure that the tyre pressures are correct.
 Do not carry any unnecessary weight.
 Regularly service your vehicle and
adhere to the recommended service
maintenance schedule.
 Driving safety systems are merely
aids designed to assist driving. You
are responsible for the distance to
the vehicle in front, for vehicle speed
and anticipating braking in good
time.
WARNING
!
You could lose control of your vehicle
if you try to adjust the driver's seat,
head restraint, mirror, steering wheel
and fasten the seat belt while driving.
There is a risk of an accident.
NOTE
Do not rest your foot on the clutch pedal while driving.
 Switch ‘OFF’ the engine in stationary
traffic or at signals.
 Keep an eye on the vehicle's fuel consumption.
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Recommended fuel economy
speeds (For MT)
Gear
Speed (km/h)
Diesel
Petrol
1
15
15
2
25
30
3
45
45
4
65
65
5
80
80
Good driving practices
 Slow down before shifting to a lower
gear. This will help avoiding revving
of the engine causing damage.
 Avoid frequent brake application
which can cause overheating of
brakes.
 Slower the vehicle speed while travelling in cross winds. This gives much
better control over the vehicle.
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 Avoid high speed when cornering or
turning.
 Depress the clutch fully while shifting
gears.
 Make sure that vehicle is completely
stationary before you attempt to shift
in reverse gear.
 Drive slowly on wet roads.
 You can get extra braking from the
engine by shifting to a lower gear.
This can help you to maintain a safe
speed and prevent your brakes from
overheating specially while going
down a hill.
Tips for obtaining better fuel efficiency

Always maintain the specified tyre
pressure during fuel top-ups and also
before a long trip. Vehicle running
with low tyre pressure will consume
more fuel than the one running with
specified tyre pressure.






Keep the vehicle clean. Get rid of the
not in use luggage/stuff lying in the
boot etc.
Regularly inspect your vehicle for any
leakages, worn out wires by rat bites
etc.
Always follow periodic & regular service schedule of the vehicle.
In places with high dust content (e.g.
Gurgaon, Jaisalmer etc.), Clean air filter element more frequently.
Drive smart and smooth in an anticipatory manner. Select driving mode
to suit your style.
Do not accelerate excessively when
you are in lower gears (1st or 2nd). Be
gentle on the accelerator when you
are in traffic. In lower gear, opening
more throttle will shoot the engine
RPM keeping the vehicle still at lower
speeds which indirectly implies less
distance with more fuel.
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





Be in the maximum possible higher
gear at a given speed. This reduces
the engine operating speeds which
means the engine is running at lower
rpm (Revolutions per Minute) for the
same vehicle speed. Lesser the number of engine revolution lesser the
fuel burned.
Avoid harsh braking.
Maintain healthy driving habits &
while decelerating, do coasting in
gear and not in neutral or with clutch
pedal depressed.
Consider using the car AC when you
really require. Consider using lower
blower speeds rather than higher for
cooling as at higher blower speeds it
consumes more electric power
which is ultimately drawn from engine by burning fuel.
Avoid unnecessary extra electrical
loading on the car.
Stop the engine wisely at traffic signals. Switch ‘OFF’ the engine at the
traffic signal only if the stoppage
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

time is high (typically more than 30
sec).
While driving on highways, drive with
windows closed. The more you open
the windows the higher will be the
resistance to the vehicle at higher
speeds which will reduce the fuel efficiency.
Do not over speed; follow the speed
limits. More the speed, higher the
external resistance on the vehicle
which will finally result into unnecessary consumption of fuel.
Running-in period
The more you look after the engine when
it is new, the more satisfied you will be
with its performance in the future.
Avoid rapid acceleration and prolonged
high speed running of the engine for the
first 1,500 – 1,800 kms.
Gear
Diesel
Petrol
Speed(km/h)
Speed(km/h)
1
20
20
2
30
40
3
50
60
4
70
80
5
90
100
Avoid heavy loads, e.g. driving at full
throttle, during this period. Change
gears judiciously.
NOTE
Avoid excessive revving up of engine
rpm. Do not keep engine at idling for
long duration.
Do not exceed the following road speeds
during running in period.
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Seat Adjustments
Front seat adjustments
Following seat adjustments can be carried out manually.
WARNING
!
Do not adjust the driver's seat while
driving. Adjusting the seat while driving could cause the driver to lose control of the vehicle.
Seat backrest angle adjustment
To change the seat back rest angle, lean
forward slightly and pull up the lever (1).
Adjust seat backrest until it reaches desired comfortable position. Make sure
that lever returns to its original position
and seat is securely latched.
NOTE
1. Backrest angle
2. Seat height (if equipped)
3. Seat forward / rearward adjustment
Adjust the seat backrest until your
arms are slightly angled when holding the steering wheel.
lever
WARNING
!
reclined position as this can be dangerous. You could slide under the
seat belt in a collision.
Seat height adjustment (if equipped)
To raise the seat, pull and continue
pumping the lever (2) in the upward direction until the seat is at the desired
height.
To lower the seat, pump the lever downward until the seat is at desired height.
Seat forward / rearward adjustment
Lift lever (3) and slide the seat forwards
or rearwards. Release lever and make
sure that seat is securely latched.
NOTE
Adjust the driver seat position in such
a way that the driver will be able to
operate the controls pedals comfortably.
Never travel in a moving vehicle with
the seat backrest in an excessively
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Rear View Mirrors
Adjustable head restraint
(if equipped)
Inside Rear View Mirror (IRVM)
WARNING
To adjust the mirror, set the selector
knob to the normal position and then
move the mirror up, down or sideways
manually to obtain the best rear view.
!
Do not drive the vehicle without the
seat head restraints. Head restraints
are intended to help reduce injuries
during an accident.
Adjust the head restraint so that it is as
close to the head as possible and the
center of the head restraint supports the
back of the head at eye level. This will
reduce the potential for injury to the
head and neck in the event of an accident or similar situation.
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When driving at night, set the selector
tab to select anti-glare mode to reduce
glare from the headlights of vehicles behind you.
NOTE
Head restraint are not adjustable for
seats with integrated head restraints.
Rear seats
Fixed rear seats are provided. Refer
‘Stowage area’ section for more details.
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NOTE
Motorized outer rear view mirrors
(if equipped)
Use antiglare position only when necessary, as it reduces rear view clarity.
2. Press the outer part of the switch
that corresponds to the direction in
which you wish to move the mirror.
Sun Visors
Outer Rear View Mirrors
You can adjust the outer rear view mirrors manually with the knob located on
the driver’s and front passenger’s door
panel. Adjust the outside rear view mirrors to desired position.
NOTE
Objects visible in mirror are actually
closer than they appear. Always
make sure of the actual distance
from the road users traveling be-hind
by glancing over your shoulder.
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The switch to adjust the motorized mirrors is located on the driver’s door. You
can adjust the mirrors when the ignition
switch is in the “ACC” or “ON” position.
The sun visors can be pulled down to
block glare coming through the windshield.
To adjust the mirrors:
To block glare from side windows
1. Move the selector switch to the left
(L) or right (R) to select the mirror you
wish to adjust.
Pull down the sun visor and release it
from retainer. Swing the sun visor to the
side.
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Vanity mirror
To adjust the steering wheel
Vanity mirror is provided on the back of
the front passenger side sun visor.
1. Adjust the seat to a comfortable po-
Steering Wheel Adjustment
2.
3.
4.
5.
sition.
Push release lever completely down
to unlock the steering column.
Adjust the steering wheel to the desired position.
Pull release lever up completely to
lock the steering column.
Make sure that steering wheel is securely locked by checking up and
down direction.
WARNING
!
Before starting off, make sure the
steering wheel position is locked.
Never unlock or adjust the steering
wheel while the vehicle is in motion.
Steering lock cum ignition switch
NOTE
You can adjust the steering wheel position to suit your convenience.
The release lever is located under the
steering column.
When adjusting the steering wheel,
make sure that:
You can operate control pedals without any obstacles.
You can see all the displays in the instrument cluster clearly.
The ignition switch has the following four
positions:
LOCK - This is the normal parking position. Key from lock can be removed in
this position only.
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“LOCK” position prevents normal use of
the steering wheel after the key is removed.
To release the steering lock, insert the
key and turn it clockwise to one of the
other positions.
ACC - Accessories such as the infotainment system can be operated, but the
engine remains ‘OFF’. Steering gets unlocked.
ON - This is the normal operating position. All electrical systems are ‘ON’.
START - Turn the key further clockwise
to the START position, (spring loaded) to
start the engine. As soon as the engine
starts, release the ignition key, which returns to ON position. While cranking, all
accessories will be momentarily ‘OFF’.
Illuminated Key Ring (if equipped)
When the vehicle is unlocked, the illuminated key ring glows up. This helps to locate ignition switch in the dark.
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Starting the Engine
Transmission)
(Manual
Make sure that parking brake is engaged and vehicle is in neutral gear.
Depress the clutch pedal fully and crank
the engine. Do not press the accelerator
pedal when starting the engine.
NOTE
The Starter protection system fit-ted
in this vehicle does not allow you to
crank the engine until you fully depress the clutch pedal.
Release the key as soon as the engine
starts. Repeat if engine does not start.
WARNING
!
The engine emits poisonous exhaust
gases such as carbon monoxide. Inhaling these exhaust gases leads to
poisoning. There is a risk of fatal injury. Therefore never leave the engine running in enclosed spaces without sufficient ventilation.
Starting off
To start off, depress the clutch pedal
fully and shift into 1st gear.
After releasing the parking brake, gradually release the clutch and slowly press
the accelerator.
NOTE
NOTE
The Starter protection system
switches off the starter when it is
cranked for more than 10 secs. In
such a case, get the key back to
‘OFF’ position & wait for 30 secs.
When shifting or starting off, do not
race the engine. Racing the engine
can shorten engine life and affect
smooth shifting.
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STARTING AND DRIVING
Gear Shifting and Driving (Manual
Transmission)

reverse gear. Do not de-press
clutch pedal while driving the vehicle stationary on a slope.
If clutch pedal lower/upper from
brake pedal, in this condition customer should contact a Tata Motors authorized service center.
Current gear indication
The Driver Information display (DIS) in
the Instrument Cluster indicates the current gear position engaged.
The gearshift pattern is as shown on the
gear lever knob. Gear shifting should always be done with clutch pedal pressed.
NOTE

Depress the clutch fully when
gear shifting. The reverse gear
should be engaged only when the
vehicle is stationary. Wait for 5
seconds after declutching to ensure smooth engagement of the
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Gear recommendation
Up or down arrow will be displayed in
DIS, recommending whenever gear
should be shifted to up or down.
NOTE


Gear recommendation is di
played when the clutch pedal is in
fully released position.
If “F” is displayed in DIS of instrument cluster it means ‘Fault’ condition. Contact a TA-TA MOTORS
Authorized Service Centre.
Drive modes
‘ECO’ and ‘CITY’ drive modes are provided for Manual Transmission. These
modes can be used to adjust engine
characteristics and vehicle performance
in line with desired requirement.
Drive mode selection switch is provided
on dashboard fascia for activation
Drive
Mode
Performance
ECO
Optimum engine Torque
and Power output for
FUEL EFFICIENT performance
Increased engine Torque
and Power output for
BALANCED performance
CITY
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WARNING
!
Do not switch off the ignition while
driving.
If you switch off the ignition while
driving, safety-relevant functions are
only available with limitations, or not
at all. This could affect the power
steering and the brake boosting effect. You will require considerably
more effort to steer and brake. There
is a risk of an accident.
Braking
Your vehicle has power assisted brakes.
The distance needed to bring the vehicle
to a halt increases with the speed of the
vehicle. Start applying brake anticipating
the distance and slow down gradually.
WARNING
!
Never use the brake pedal as a footrest.
If you rest your foot on the brake pedal while driving, the braking system
can overheat. This in-creases the
stopping distance and can even
cause the braking sys-tem to fail.
There is a risk of an accident.
Never depress the brake pedal and
the accelerator pedal at the same
time.
If you have driven for a long time in
heavy rain without braking, there may be
a delayed reaction from the brakes when
braking for the first time. This may also
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occur after the vehicle has been
washed.
Brake performance may become poor
and unpredictable if brakes are wet.
After driving through water or washing
the underside of the vehicle, test the
brakes while driving at a slow speed to
see if they have maintained their normal
effectiveness. If the brakes are less effective than normal, dry them by repeatedly applying the brakes while driving
slowly until the brakes have regained
their normal effectiveness.
Braking on downhill gradients
On long and steep gradients, you must
reduce the load on the brakes by shifting
early to a lower gear. This allows you to
take advantage of the engine braking effect and helps avoid overheating and excessive wear of the brakes.
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STARTING AND DRIVING
WARNING
!
Do not shift to lower gear on a slippery road surface in an at-tempt to increase the engine's braking effect,
the drive wheels could lose their grip.
There is an increased danger of skidding and accidents.
Switch-off the engine
Turn the key to ‘ACC’ position to switch
off the engine. Before switching off the
engine, run the engine in idle condition
for at least 30 seconds and then switch
off. This will allow the engine oil to lubricate the turbocharger, till its speed is
fully reduced and also allow the unit to
cool down.
WARNING
!
A quick burst on the accelerator before turning off the engine serves absolutely no practical purpose; it
wastes fuel and is damaging especially to turbocharged engine.
WARNING
!
Do not switch the engine off when it
is running at high speed. This will
lead to premature turbocharger bearing wear.
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Automated Manual Transmission
(AMT) Gearbox: (if fitted)
Gear Shift Lever (AMT)
The 5-speed Automated Manual Transmission (AMT) Gearbox offers a choice of
two driving modes:
1. Automated mode with the gear lever
in position ‘A’
2. Manual mode with the gear lever in
position ‘M’.
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Starting:
a. Engage the parking brake firmly.
Press Brake pedal.
b. Put the ignition 'ON'
c. While the brake pedal is pressed,
bring the shifter lever to Neutral - 'N'.
Check 'N on instrument cluster.
d. Crank to start the engine with the
brake pedal still pressed.
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NOTE
NOTE
The engine can only be started when
the gearshift lever is in “N” position
with the brake pedal firmly pressed.
If
displayed on the Instrument
Cluster display, it means ‘Fault condition. Contact a TATA MOTORS Authorized Service Centre immediately.
Driving:
a. With the engine running and brake
pedal pressed, depending on your requirement shift the lever on R, A or
M. Check the position engaged on
the Instrument Cluster display.
b. Release the parking brake.
c. Release the brake pedal then because of creep feature, vehicle will
move and if required press accelerator pedal.
AMT Instruction sticker:
Follow the instructions provided on the
sticker before driving the vehicle.
NOTE
Use right foot only to operate brake
or accelerator pedal.
Do not operate accelerator and
brake pedal simultaneously.
Do not use your left leg to operate the
pedals while driving AMT vehicle.
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STARTING AND DRIVING
Do not shift the lever in “N” position,
even momentarily, when the vehicle
is in motion.
Driving Modes:
Neutral:
Automatic Mode:
Reverse:
Vehicle is in neutral gear position. This
will be indicated
on instrument cluster.
WARNING
!
Always make sure to keep the gear
shift lever in the “N” position, when
the engine is running and vehicle is
stationary.
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Automatic mode will be engaged only
when vehicle is stationary and brake pedal pressed. An audio signal indicates
Reverse gear will be engaged only when
vehicle is stationary and brake pedal
pressed. An audio signal indicates when
reverse gear is engaged. will be indicated on instrument cluster.
when Automatic gear is engaged.
will be indicated in instrument cluster
Gear Upshift and Downshift will be done
automatically while driving.
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Manual Mode:
step in the order of 1st  2nd3rd 4th
5th gear.
Pull the gearshift lever to the ‘–’ direction and release it. Every time the lever
is operated, downshifting takes place in
the order 5th  4th 3rd 2nd 1st
gear.
Drive Mode:
Two drive modes ‘CITY’ and ‘SPORT’ are
provided. These modes can be used to
adjust engine characteristics and vehicle performance in line with desired requirement. CITY mode is the default
mode. To activate SPORT mode, Press
‘S’ button situated on the gear shifter
console.
NOTE
Shift gear lever to left for engaging
manual mode. An audio signal indicates
when manual mode is engaged.
will
be indicated in instrument cluster.
Down shifting of gear occurs automatically while braking/engine rpm
reduction.
In manual mode, gears are not shifted
automatically unless the engine RPM
threshold is reached.
In manual mode, driver should select
the desired gear by shifting lever to,
+ Upshift the gears.
- Downshift the gears.
Push the gearshift lever to the ‘+’ direction and release it. Every time the lever
is operated, upshifting takes place 1
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‘SPORT’ mode activation will be displayed on instrument cluster. It can be
activated only in automatic mode.
To deactivate press the ‘S’ button again.
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STARTING AND DRIVING
Stopping:
The vehicle can be stopped by depressing the brake pedal regardless of the
gear position. This is because the clutch
is automatically disengaged to prevent
the engine from stalling.
If the gearshift lever is in the ‘A’ position,
the gear will be downshifted to ‘1st’
when the vehicle stops. Also, if the gearshift lever is in the ‘M’ position, the gear
will be downshifted to ‘1st’ when the vehicle stops.
NOTE
‘CITY’ mode will give optimum engine
Torque and Power output. Drive the
vehicle in ‘CITY’ mode to get max fuel
economy. If in case of AC discomfort
switch to ‘SPORT’ mode.
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NOTE
Exhaust fan in the engine compartment will remain 'ON' for a short while
after IGN is switched 'OFF'.
Parking:
AMT does not have a parking position.
The vehicle can be parked with the gearshift lever in any position.
1. Apply the parking brake firmly.
2. Depress the brake pedal and shift
the gearshift lever to the ‘R’ position
on a downhill slope, or to the drive ‘A’
mode or the ‘M’ position in the manual ‘M’ mode on an uphill slope or
flat road and confirm the gear position by checking the gear position indicator on instrument cluster. Gear
engagement (R or A) can be done
with ignition ON/engine running condition only.
3. Turn the key to ‘ACC’ position to
switch off the engine. Before switching off the engine, run the engine in
idle condition for at least 30 seconds
and then switch off.
WARNING
!
Do not switch the engine off when it
is running at high speed.
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Creeping feature:
Kick down feature:
Creeping function allows the car movement without accelerator Pedal pressed
when the brake pedal is released.
This functionality is generally used in
parking maneuvers, with 1st or ‘R’ gear
engaged, in this situations the driver enters and exits from creeping just by
pressing the Acc. pedal.
In Automatic mode, while driving at a
constant speed if the accelerator pedal
is quickly pressed the AMT downshifts
the gear (if required). It ensures optimum acceleration to complete overtaking in minimal time.
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Creep feature is enabled for Manual
as well as Auto Mode for first and
reverse gear.
After vehicle cranking and brake pedal released vehicle starts moving
without pressing accelerator Pedal.
Whenever accelerator pedal is
pressed creep function will be disabled.
Whenever driver door is opened and
/ or parking brake is engaged, creep
function will be disabled.



Tow the car to a safe place.
Take the car to nearest TATA MOTORS Authorised Service Centre to
check entry of water in cylinders.
If water has entered the engine, or
transaxle or AMT kit, the lubricants
will have to be replaced. Get the
starter and alternator checked.
Driving in Adverse condition
Driving on a Rainy Day:
Driving Through Water:
Check brakes, steering, windows, tyres
for wear and tyre pressure. Check wiper
blades for proper functioning. Avoid
harsh braking and sharp turns. It may
cause loss of control and lead to a skid.
For slowing down, shift to lower gears
and brake gently. Keep lights ON if visibility is poor.
Never venture to drive through water
when it flows over the guard stones
on a bridge.
Your car’s engine may get seriously damaged if attempted to cross through deep
water. If at all the situation demands
that you have to drive through water
then;
 Keep engine in fast idling and crawl
the car in low gear.
 After driving through water, apply
brakes several times to dry the liners
and to regain original braking.
 Do not attempt to start the engine if
car gets flooded with water.
Night Driving:
Use head lamp main/dip beam to alert
other road users on turns/ cross roads
etc.
Use side indicators for lane change or
turning.
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STARTING AND DRIVING
Switch on hazard warning switch in case
of hazardous parking or if your vehicle is
disabled to warn the passing traffic.
Maintain a speed such that you can stop
within illuminated distance of head
lamps.
Climbing Sharp Gradients on Loose
Surfaces (MT)
Apply the parking brake firmly so that the
vehicle does not roll backwards.
Shift the gearshift lever to the “M” position while depressing the brake pedal.
Select suitable gear position.
Release the brake pedal and depress
the accelerator pedal gradually, and
when the vehicle starts to move, release
the parking brake and depress the accelerator pedal to start off.
Choose as smooth a slope as possible
and select the appropriate gear so that
gear changing in the middle of the climb
is not required.
Changing gears in the middle of the
climb can cause loss of momentum and
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engine stalling. Shifting to lower gear
has to be done cautiously to avoid loss
of traction.
Under no conditions should the vehicle
be moved diagonally across a hill. The
danger is in loss of traction and sideways
slippage, possibly resulting in toppling
over. If unavoidable, choose as mild an
angle as possible and keep the vehicle
moving.
If the vehicle stalls or losses headway
while climbing a steep hill, make a quick
shift to reverse and allow the vehicle to
move back with the control of engine
compression.
Climbing Sharp Gradients using
AMT:
Apply the parking brake firmly so that the
vehicle does not roll backwards.
Shift the gearshift lever to the “A” position while depressing the brake pedal.
Make sure that the gear position indicator in the instrument cluster displays
‘1st’ gear.
Release the brake pedal and depress
the accelerator pedal gradually, and
when the vehicle starts to move, release
the parking brake and depress the accelerator pedal to start off.
On climbing sharp gradients, never hold
the vehicle at a stop using only the accelerator pedal or the creeping function.
If you perform this operation for a certain period of time, this can also cause
excessive damage to the clutch.
Descending Sharp Gradients (MT)
Depending on the severity of the gradient, shift into appropriate gear. Use engine braking judiciously without over revving the engine.
Brake application under such situations
should be done very smoothly to avoid
loss of control. Select appropriate gear
so that gear changing or clutch disengagement is not involved while descending the gradient.
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STARTING AND DRIVING
NOTE
Creeping function will not operate
when vehicle is in standstill condition
on inclined surface.
WARNING
!
Try not to hold the brake pedal down
too long or too often while going
down a steep or long hill.
This could cause the brakes to overheat, resulting in reduced braking efficiency. Failure to take this precaution could result in loss of vehicle
control.
WARNING
!
When descending on sharp gradients, NEVER turn the ignition key to
the ‘OFF’ position. Emission control
system damage may result.
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Descending Sharp Gradients using
AMT:
Depress the brake pedal and shift the
gear shift lever to the ‘A’ position. Make
sure that the gear position indicator in
the instrumental cluster displays ‘1st’
gear.
Release the brake pedal and depress
the accelerator pedal slowly. Even if the
accelerator pedal is not depressed, the
clutch will be engaged when the vehicle
speed increases.
Parking Brake
Mechanical parking brake acting only on
the rear wheels is provided on the vehicle.
Using Engine Braking
When driving on the downhill slope,
down shifting is recommended. So you
can use engine braking.
By placing the gearshift lever in “M” position, the manual (M) mode is selected,
and you can shift to a lower gear manually.
Parking brake applied
To apply the parking brake, pull the lever
up fully (1). The parking brakes tell-tale
illuminates on the instrument cluster.
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STARTING AND DRIVING
Vehicle parking
Parking brake released
To release it, pull the lever up slightly (1),
press the release button (2) and push
the lever down (3). Parking brakes telltale on the instrument cluster will turn
‘OFF’ when the lever is fully released.
NOTE
Apply the parking brake properly before leaving the vehicle and release it
before moving.
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 Park the vehicle in a safe place.
Switch on the indicator signal before
turning to park.
 Apply the parking brake.
 Ensure that all window glasses are
closed and all lamps are turned
‘OFF’.
 At night, put on the parking lights if
required.
 Remove the key from the ignition
switch and lock the vehicle.
 Block the wheel if parked on a slope.
NOTE
When parking on a downhill gradient, place the gear lever in
‘Reverse’ position. While parking on
uphill gradient, place the gear lever
in the ‘1st’ position.
WARNING
!
Never leave children unsupervised in
the parked vehicle. They could also
operate the vehicle's equipment.
There is a risk of an accident and injury.
NOTE
Do not use parking brake for braking
unless unavoidable circumstances
like when service brake is not working properly. The braking distance is
considerably longer and the wheels
could lock. There is an increased
danger of skidding and accidents.
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Reverse Park Assist (if equipped)
Reverse Park Assist system is an electronic parking aid that will assist you to
park your vehicle safely when in reverse
gear mode. It provides audio and visual
information through the vehicles infotainment system.
displayed on the vehicles infotainment
system.
WARNING
!
0 to 25 cm obstacle detection performance is not guaranteed due to ultrasonic sensor technology limitation.
Operation
The reverse park assist will automatically start functioning once you engage
reverse gear. Display will be seen on infotainment screen.
NOTE
Turning the ignition ‘OFF’ ‘while the
Park assist feature in running would
disable the feature.
Park assist indications
In case of Reverse park assist system
malfunctions, the following screen may
appear on the infotainment system.
Reason for this fault may be
a. Park assists control failure
b. Sensor Malfunction
c. Partner components such as Infotainment music system, Instrument
Cluster or Body Control Module failure.
There are 4 ultrasonic sensors placed on
the rear bumper of the vehicle. Once the
system is activated, the sensors will detect the proximity of an obstacle from the
bumper, and this information would be
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STARTING AND DRIVING
Reverse park assist limitations
Reverse Park Assist system is not a collision avoiding system. It is solely the
driver’s responsibility to park the vehicle
safely.
Reverse Park Assist feature works on ultra sound echo technology, due to which
performance is not guaranteed in following scenarios:
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 If the object has a sharp edge surface, where surface may divert echoes from sensor reception.
 If object is mesh fence made up of
thin wires, where echoes can’t be
given by the surface.
 Fast moving objects passes in the
sensor field of detection, where echoes are not processed by the system.
 If object is made/covered by foam or
sponge or snow where ultrasonic
sound signals are absorbed.
 Objects close to the rear bumper can
go undetected by the Reverse Park
Assist field of detection. Driver
should use extreme caution while
parking the vehicle.
WARNING
!
Due to any reason, if the sensor gets
misaligned or loses its intended fitment position, contact your dealer for
refitment.
NOTE
Turning the ignition ‘OFF’ ‘while the
Park assist feature in running would
disable the feature.
Reverse park assist system preventive maintenance
1. Regularly clean the sensors and
keep them free from dust, ice, mud,
water, chewing gum etc. for proper
working of the system. Use a smooth
cloth for cleaning.
2. Do not use water at high pressure for
cleaning the sensor.
3. Do not cover the sensor surface with
any additional fitment. This will interrupt park assist performance.
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Emergency Equipment
Tool kit and tow hook
Jack
Tool kit & tow hook are kept inside luggage compartment near spare wheel.
A scissors jack is kept inside luggage
compartment near the spare wheel.
You should be familiar with the location
of the emergency equipment provided in
the vehicle and how to use it.
Check this equipment periodically and
ensure that they are in proper working
condition and stowed at their locations.
First aid kit
The first aid kit is kept inside the glove
box compartment.
The kit contains items that can be used
in case of minor injuries only.
NOTE
Check contents of the first aid kit periodically and replenish consumed or
expired items.
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NOTE
NOTE
The tool kit should be properly stored
when not in use.
The jack should be used only to
change wheels. It is important to
read the jacking instructions in this
section before attempting to use the
jack.
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Hazard Warning Switch
Advance warning triangle
An advance warning triangle is kept in
the luggage compartment.
Use advance warning triangle to warn
the approaching traffic in case of vehicle
break-down or during emergency, where
your vehicle could become a potential
traffic hazard.
Press hazard warning switch, all turn signal lamps will start blinking
Keep the warning triangle at suitable distance (depending on the situation) behind your vehicle in the same lane of
traffic. The reflecting side of the triangle
should face the oncoming traffic and it
should be free from any obstacles.
Remove the advance warning triangle
carefully from the bag and assemble. Refer instructions given on the bag.
NOTE
After using the warning triangle, tie it
firmly and keep it inside the bag to
avoid rattling noise.
Press the hazard warning switch to activate the hazard warning. All the turn signal lamps will flash simultaneously. To
turn OFF, press the switch again.
Use the hazard warning to warn the traffic during emergency parking or when
your vehicle could otherwise become a
traffic hazard.
The hazard warning lamps can operate
even if the ignition is switched off.
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In Case of Flat Tyre
 Reduce vehicle speed gradually,
without making any sudden steering
or braking maneuvers. Pay attention
to the traffic conditions as you do so.
 Switch on the hazard warning lamps.
 Stop the vehicle on solid, non-slippery and level ground, as far away as
possible from traffic.
 If possible, bring the front wheels into
the straight-ahead position.
 Secure the vehicle against rolling
away.
 Set the parking brake firmly and shift
into “R” (Reverse) gear.
 Switch off the engine.
 Keep advance warning triangle at a
suitable distance behind the vehicle
as an indication of breakdown.
 Clear all passengers and luggage
from the vehicle.
 Close all the doors.
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WARNING
!
Spare Wheel
If you drive with a flat tyre, there is a
risk of the following hazards:

A flat tyre affects the ability to
steer or brake the vehicle.

You could lose control of the vehicle.

Continued driving with a flat tyre
will permanently damage the tyre
and cause excessive heat
buildup and possibly a fire. There
is a risk of an accident.
Spare wheel is located in the luggage
compartment.
To access the spare wheel, open the
trunk lid, lift the carpet up and fold it.
To remove the spare wheel, unscrew and
remove the retaining bolt. Take out the
spare wheel.
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EMERGENCY AND BREAKDOWN ASSISTANCE
Following precautions are to be
taken when temporary spare wheel
is fitted on the vehicle.
WARNING
!
 Drive the shortest possible distances. The temporary spare
wheel should be exchanged for a
normal wheel as soon as possible.
The temporary spare wheel is designed for a short period of use
only.
 “80 km/h” or “50 mph” is the maximum speed you are permitted to
drive with this tyre.
Never drive faster than 80 km/h
(50 mph). Do not accelerate
quickly, brake suddenly or drive at
high speed through bends.
 After fitting the temporary spare
wheel, the tyre pressure must be
checked as soon as possible.
 Recommended tyre pressure is
36 psi (2.5 bar) for temporary
spare wheel.
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 Snow chains cannot be used on
the temporary spare wheel.
WARNING
!
NOTE
Your vehicle may exhibit some unusual driving characteristics when fitted with temporary spare wheel.
 Never use more than one temporary spare wheel.
 Do not drive through an automatic
car wash.
 Never use a temporary spare tyre
if it is damaged or worn down to
the tread wear indicators.
 The ground clearance of your vehicle may be reduced. Take care
when parking next to curb.
 The temporary spare should not
be installed on the front axle if the
vehicle must be driven in snow or
on ice.
 Do not tow whilst the temporary
spare wheel is installed.
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Wheel covers (if equipped)
Jacking point location on vehicle
NOTE
Do not use any sharp tools (such as
screw driver etc.) to remove the
wheel cover.
Use the respective jacking points for
jacking up the vehicle. Jacking point location are shown below:
Changing flat tyre
Loosen the nuts of the flat tyre in diagonal sequence as indicated in figure. Do
not remove the nuts completely before
jacking the vehicle.
Insert a piece of cloth between the
spokes of the wheel cover and pull it outwards. Take out detached wheel cover
from the wheel rim.
Jacking point location
When installing the cover, make sure
that it is positioned so that it does not
cover the air filling valve. Apply equal
pressure at the circumference of the
wheel cover to fix it in the wheel rim.
Wheel nut removal
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EMERGENCY AND BREAKDOWN ASSISTANCE
Jacking the vehicle
Position the jack vertically and align the
“U” slot provided on jack with jacking
point as shown below.
Rear jacking Location
Assemble the Jack handle and wheel
spanner (as shown in jacking fig.)
Front jacking Location
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Raise it by turning the jack handle clockwise until the jack sits completely on
jacking point and the base of the jack
lies evenly on the ground.
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Remove wheel mounting nuts with the
help of wheel spanner and take out flat
tyre.
NOTE
Do not place wheel nuts in sand or on
a dirty surface. Do not apply oil or
grease on it.
Roll the spare wheel into position and
align the holes in the wheel studs.
Jacking
WARNING
!
If you do not position the jack correctly at the appropriate jacking point
of the vehicle, the jack could tip over
with the vehicle raised. There is a risk
of injury.
Continue to raise the jack slowly and
smoothly until the tyre clears the ground.
Do not raise the vehicle more than necessary.
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Install wheel nuts with their cone shaped
end facing the wheel. Tighten each nut
by hand until the wheel is securely
seated on the hub.
Lower the jack completely then tightens
the wheel nuts one by one using wheel
spanner.
Press fit the wheel cover back (if
equipped).
Restore all the tools and jack at their
respective location.
Place the flat tyre at spare wheel location.
NOTE
Check and correct the tyre pressure
and wheel nuts tightness of the
changed wheel at nearest authorised
service station.
Get the flat tyre repaired at the earliest.
NOTE
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The jack is designed only to raise
and hold the vehicle for a short
time while a wheel is being
changed. It is not suited for performing maintenance work under
the vehicle.
Use the jack on level, hard
ground. Avoid changing the
wheel on uphill and downhill
slopes. Apply wheel chokes if vehicle is parked on slope.
Before raising the vehicle, secure
it from rolling away by applying
the parking brake.
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Do not use wooden blocks or similar objects as a jack underlay.
Never place your hands and feet
or lie under the raised vehicle
when it is supported by the jack.
Never run the engine when the
vehicle is supported by the jack
and never allow passengers to remain in the vehicle.
Never open or close a door or the
trunk lid when the vehicle is
raised.
Jump Lead Starting
Use only a battery of same rating & capacity to jump start your vehicle. Position
the booster battery close to your vehicle
so that the jump leads will reach both
batteries.
When using a battery of another vehicle,
do not let the vehicles touch. Apply the
parking brake firmly and keep the gearshift lever in neutral. Turn off all vehicle
accessories, except those necessary for
safety like hazard warning lamps.
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Make jump lead connections as follows:



 Connect one end of the first jump
lead to the positive (+) terminal of the
discharged battery.
 Connect the other end to the positive
(+) terminal of the booster battery.
 Connect one end of the second jump
lead to the negative (–) terminal of
the booster battery.
 Make the final connection (other end
of the negative terminal) to an unpainted, heavy metal part (i.e. engine

mounting stud/nut) of the vehicle of
discharged battery.
Start the engine of the vehicle with
the discharged battery.
Before disconnecting the jumper cables, let the engine run for several
minutes.
If the booster battery you are using is
fitted to another vehicle, start the engine of the vehicle with the booster
battery. Run the engine at moderate
speed.
Remove the jump leads in the exact
reverse order in which you connected
them.
NOTE
Do not disconnect the discharged
battery from the vehicle.
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WARNING
!
Never connect the jump lead directly
to the negative (–) terminal of the discharged battery. This may lead to an
explosion.
WARNING

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
!
Do not allow battery electrolyte to
come in contact with eyes, skin,
fabrics or painted surfaces. The
fluid contains acid which can
cause injury and severe damage.
Wear protective apparel. Do not
inhale any battery gases. Keep
children away from batteries. In
case if battery acid comes in contact with the skin, wash it off immediately with water and seek
medical attention.
During charging and jump-starting, explosive gases can escape
from the battery. There is a risk of
an explosion. Particularly avoid


fire, open flames, creating sparks
and smoking. Ensure there is sufficient ventilation while charging
and jump-starting. Do not lean
over the battery.
Make sure that the positive terminal of a connected battery does
not come into con-tact with vehicle parts. Never place metal objects or tools on a battery.
It is important that you observe
the described order of the battrey terminals when connecting
and disconnecting a battery. If
you are in doubt, seek assistance
from qualified specialist workshop.
Never connect or disconnect the
battery terminals while the engine is running.
Towing
When towing a break down vehicle, certain precautions and procedures must
be taken to prevent damage to the vehicle and/or components. Failure to use
standard
towing
precautionary
measures when lifting or towing a break
down vehicle could result in an unsafe
operating condition.
To ensure proper towing and to prevent
accidental damage to your vehicle, take
help of a TATA MOTORS authorized
dealer or a commercial tow-truck service.
NOTE
Make sure that the parking brake is
released; vehicle in neutral gear position and steering wheel is unlocked.
The power steering functions only
when engine is running. Hence, during towing the steering efforts will be
more
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WARNING







!
Never get under your vehicle after
it has been lifted by a tow truck.
For towing a vehicle, the best way
is to use a wrecker. Alternatively
use a rigid tow bar.
Switch 'ON' the hazard warning indicators of both the vehicles to
warn other road users.
Limit the speed to 20-30 kmph.
In case of brake failure, use the
parking brake to control the vehicle.
Fasten the tow rope or tow bar at
the towing eyes. Otherwise, the
vehicle could be damaged.
When towing, pull away slowly
and smoothly. If the tractive
power is too high, the vehicles
could be damaged.
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Tow hook fitment




Open the trunk lid and remove tow
hook from the tool kit.
Open the tow hook cover provided on
the front bumper by pressing it at the
bottom part and simultaneously pulling it at the top (as shown in fig).
Screw in and tighten the tow hook in
clockwise direction.
After towing, remove the towing hook
and press fit the cover properly.
Place the towing hook in the vehicle
tool kit.
Recommended towing
In case of break down we recommend
that your vehicle be towed with the driving wheels off the ground or place the vehicle on a flatbed truck as shown.
WARNING


!
Never tow your vehicle with the
front wheels on the ground or
four wheels on the ground (forward or backward), as this may
cause serious damage to the
transmission.
When towing with the rear wheels
on the ground or on towing dollies, place the ignition switch in
the ‘ACC’ or ‘ON’ position, and secure the steering wheel in the
straight-ahead position with a
rope or similar device.
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NOTE
After shifting the AMT gearshift lever
to the “N” position, always check the
gear position indicator in the instrument cluster shows the “N” position
to make sure that the transaxle is disengaged.
If the transaxle cannot be put in neutral,
turn the key from the “OFF” to the “ON”
position, and move the AMT gearshift
lever from “N” to “A”, “M” or “R”, then
back to “N” again. Then turn the key
from the “ON” to the “OFF” position.
These procedures may help to put the
transaxle in neutral.
Towing instructions (AMT):
A) Where vehicle can be shifted in
neutral condition:
 Shift the gear lever into neutral.

Turn the ignition key to the “ACC” position to unlock the steering wheel.

Release the parking brake.
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B) Where vehicle cannot be shifted in
neutral condition:


Secure the rear wheels on a towing
lift and the front wheels on the towing
trolley.
Apply the parking brake.
WARNING
!
A safety chain/belt for tightening the
wheels with lift should always be
used when you tow your vehicle.
If the transaxle still cannot be put in neutral, you cannot tow the vehicle without
lifting vehicle from rear side.
NOTE
Always unlock the steering wheel before towing.
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Fuses
Checking and replacing fuses
Your vehicle has fuse boxes at three locations.
If any electrical unit in your vehicle is not
functioning, check the fuses first.
The vehicles electrical circuits have
fuses to protect the wiring from short circuits or sustained overload.
Please follow the steps below that will
guide you to check and replace them.





Remove the blown fuse by “fuse
puller”. The fuse puller and spare
fuses are provided in the engine
compartment fuse box.
Apply parking brake
Switch off all electrical consumers.
Turn the ignition key to the 'LOCK' position.
In the fuse box, identify the defective
fuse from its melted wire.
Engine compartment fuse box

1. Battery Mounted Fuse Box.
2. Engine Compartment Fuse Box.
Blown fuses must be replaced with
fuses of same rating, which you can
recognize by color and value.
3. Cabin Compartment Fuse Box.
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Battery mounted fuse box
NOTE
Always ensure that the spare fuses
are replenished.


Ensure that all other fuses are
pressed firmly in position.
If a newly inserted fuse also blows,
have the cause traced and rectified
at nearest TATA MOTORS Authorized
Service Centre immediately.
WARNING
Fuse
No.
Function
Fuse
Rating
PF1
STARTER
MOTOR
CAL 1
WARNING
!
If Fuse box cover is removed for any
reason, it should be refitted properly
at its original position.
!
If you manipulate or bridge a faulty
fuse or if you replace it with a fuse
with higher amperage, the electric cables could be overload-ed. This could
result in a fire. There is a risk of an
accident and injury.
Always replace faulty fuses with the
specified new fuses having the correct amperage.
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Engine compartment fuse box
Fuses - Engine Compartment
Fuse
No.
1
2
3
Check the tyre pressure regularly including spare wheel.
60A
40A
60A
5
6
-
-
7
60A
9
INTERIOR F/B 1
BATTERY
UNDER BONNET F/R BOX
-
10
IGNITION LOAD
60A
8
40A
60A
60A
-
11
-
-
12
13
COMPRESSOR
STARTER
SOLENOID
ABS ECU
10A
20A
14
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INTERIOR F/B 2
IGNITION
ABS
Fuse
Rating
GLOW PLUG
(DIESEL)
COOLING FAN
HIGH SPEED
EPAS
4
NOTE
Function
25A
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15
-
-
16
15A
17
HORN HIGH /
LOW TONE
FRONT FOG
18
EMS BATTERY
10A
19
30A
44
-
-
20
AMT HYD PUMP
(If fitted)
FUEL PUMP
20A
45
H/L LOW LH
10A
21
BRAKE LAMP
10A
46
10A
22
RELAY COIL
5A
HEAD LAMP
LOW
10A
23
-
-
24
FRONT WIPER
MOTOR
ABS
20A
WASHER
MOTOR
-
10A
28
REVERSE &
BRAKE LAMP
10A
29
REAR WIPER
10A
38
EMS ECU
20A
39
EMS ECU
15A
25
26
27
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40
41
42
43
INJECTORS
(PETROL)
H/L LOW LH
10A
HEAD LAMP
LOW RH
EMS IGN
10A
10A
10A
Cabin compartment fuse box
Cover removal procedure
Fuse box is located inside the cover below steering column. To access the fuse
box, remove cover as per procedure
given below.
1. Fuse box cover is mounted on dash
board with the help of lugs at the top
and bottom of the cover from inside.
5A
-
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2. To remove the cover, gently pull the
cover from bottom side such that the
lugs get disengaged.
Re-fitment procedure
Align and engage the top and bottom
mounting lugs with respective slots on
dash board and press the cover firmly.
Fuses
Cabin compartment fuse box
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Fuses - Cabin Compartment
Fuse
No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
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Function
RESTRAINT RELAY
ACC CON.2
TRANSIT/ INFOTAINMENT
BCM
INT LAMP/ REV
LAMP & BRK SW
MIRROR ADJUST MOTOR
POS/PARK
LAMP RH/BCM
CLUSTER / OBD
BCM/POSITION
LH
KEY IN
IMMOBILIZER /
EPAS
ACC FUSE
BLOWER MOTOR
14
Fuse
Rating
10A
15A
15A
15A
5A/15A
5A
5A/15A
10A
5A/15A
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
CDL / ACCESSORY CONN.1
POWER
SOCKET
RELAY COILS
TRUNK LID
LATCH
HVAC
HEATED REAR
SCREEN /
FLASHER
MODULE KL.15
I/P
POWER
SOCKET CONSOLE
TRANSIT/INFOTAINMENT
15A
15A
5A
10A
10A
25A/10A
10A
15A
15A
5A
5A
5A
30A
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Bulb Specification
Sr. No.
Rating
Type
Qty.
HIGH BEAM+LOW BEAM (Option I)
12V, 55W
H4
2
HIGH BEAM (Option II)
12V, 55W
H1
2
LOW BEAM (Option II)
12V,55W
H11
2
3
TURN SIGNAL FRONT
12V, W21W
W21W
2
4
FOG LAMP FRONT
12V, 19W
H16
2
5
STOP + POSITION LAMP REAR
12V
LED
2
6
POSITION LAMP FRONT
12V, 5W
W5W
2
7
TURN SIGNAL REAR
12V, PY21W
PY21W
2
8
REVERSE LAMP
12V, P21W
P21W
1
9
REAR REGISTRATION PLATE LAMP
12V
LED
2
10
SIDE REPEATER LAMP
12V, WY5W
WY5W
2
11
ROOF LAMP
12V
LED
1
12
HIGH MOUNTED STOP LAMP
12V
LED
1
13
LOAD AREA LAMP
12V, W5W
W5W
1
14
TURN SIGNAL FRONT
12V, 21W
PY21W
2
15
POSITION LAMP REAR BSO
12V
LED
2
16
POSITION LAMP REAR TRUNK LID
12V
LED
2
17
REAR FOG LAMP
12V, P21W
P21W
1
1
2
Description
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Bulb Replacement :(Option I)
Open the bonnet to access the headlamps.
Replacing - High / Low beam bulb
1. Remove the rubber press fit cover
by simply pulling it off.
2. Press the pin and pull the connector
from the bulb.
WARNING
3. To free the headlamp bulb from the
socket, press and swing the retaining
spring and pull it straight back.
4. Pull out the bulb from the socket.
!
The engine should not be running
when changing bulbs.
If the engine has been running just
prior to replacing bulbs in the
headlight housing, please keep in
mind that components in the engine compartment will be hot.
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5. Insert the new bulb (without touch-
ing the glass) into the socket.
6. Move the retaining spring up and
push it slightly until it locks properly.
7. Refit the connector into the bulb and
press the rubber cover on headlamp
housing to fit it properly.
WARNING
Unlock the position bulb by turning the
socket in counter clockwise direction.
!
It is dangerous if a halogen bulb
breaks. These bulbs contain pressurized gas and if broken, will explode
causing serious injury by the flying
glass. Halogen bulbs can break if the
glass portion is touched with bare
hands, body oil could cause the bulb
to heat unevenly and explode when
lit. Never touch the glass portion of
the bulb with your bare hands and always wear eye protection when handling or working around halogen
bulbs. Always keep halogen bulbs out
of the reach of children.
Tigor/Rev01,July 17
Replacing the position bulb
Replace with the new bulb (refer bulb
specification table) and refit it by pressing and turning it in clockwise direction
firmly into the socket.
Replace with the new bulb (refer bulb
specification table) and refit it by pressing and turning in clockwise direction
firmly into the socket.
Replacing the turn indicator
Unlock the turn indicator bulb by turning
the socket in counterclockwise direction.
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Option II:
3. Disconnect lamp connection.
5. Remove low beam bulb.
1. Open the bonnet to access the head-
lamps.
2. Remove the socket cover on the
backside of the headlamp.
4.
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Unlock low beam bulb holder clip,
by pushing it backward.
6.
Refit low beam bulb by locking
high beam bulb holder clip.
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7.
8.
Connect the connectors of low
beam and refit low beam lamp
cover.
Disconnect motor connection (if
required) & high beam lamp connection.
9.
Unlock position high beam bulb
from its place
10. Remove position high beam bulb
11. Refit position high beam bulb.
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12. Unlock positon bulb from its
place.
13. Remove position bulb.
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14. Refit positon bulb
16. Refit front direction indicator bulb
by looking it in clockwise direction.
15. Unlock side indicator lock in anti-
clockwise direction & remove
front direction indicator bulb.
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24 X 7 Road Assistance
Dear Customer,
It is our responsibility and our endeavor
to ensure that you have our complete
service backup if ever, wherever and
whenever you need the same. When you
have a road network that spans wide
area, the probability of a breakdown
happening within hailing distance of a
TATA MOTORS Authorized Workshop is
very low.
It is precisely for this reason, we have
tied up with TVS AA, who will provide
breakdown assistance including towing
to the nearest TATA MOTORS Authorized
Workshop through their Authorized Service Providers (ASP).
The 24X7 On Road Assistance Program
shall be automatically available to your
vehicle for the duration of Warranty period. The program shall also be available, if you avail the same post warranty.
Tigor/Rev01,July 17
Response Time ** for the On Road
Assistance Program
Within City Limits
60 minutes
On State or National Highways
90 minutes
Ghat Roads and
other places
120 minutes +/-


Park your vehicle on the edge of the
road, open the bonnet and put on the
hazard warning signal.
Place the advance warning triangle
supplied with the vehicle approx. 3 m
from the vehicle in the direction of
oncoming traffic.
**(The response time will depend on the
location, terrain, traffic density and the
time of the day.)
Standard procedure when calling
for On Road Assistance in case of a
breakdown:
 Dial the toll free help line number –
1800 209 7979
 Identify your vehicle with the Vehicle
chassis number that is available in
the Owner’s Manual.
 Explain your exact location with landmarks and tell us about the problem
you face with the vehicle.
Coverage under 24 X 7 On Road
Assistance Program
I. The 24x7 On Road Assistance Program Service covers the following services on your vehicle during warranty period.
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
Wheel change through spare wheel.

Arrangement of fuel. (Fuel cost will
be chargeable at actual cost)

Re-opening the vehicle in cases of
key lock out.

Rectification of electrical problems
related to battery, fuses etc.

On spot repairs for complaints repairable at site. ^

Vehicle to vehicle towing or winching
& towing for non-accident cases up
to the nearest TATA MOTORS authorized workshop. Towing charges at actual cost beyond the same to be paid
to the ASP in cash. (Any ferry or toll
charges levied in relation to the vehicle being towed to be paid by the customers in actuals in cash).
For accident cases, towing charges
to be borne by the customer.
II. The 24x7 On Road Assistance Program coverage on availing the 24X7 policy, post warranty is up to maximum of 6
instance of assistance in one year for
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both the plans- Basic and Premium. In
the premium plan, this includes 2 instances of towing up to the nearest TATA
MOTORS authorised workshop.
Exclusions
24 X 7 On Road Assistance Program
does not apply to
 Cost of parts consumables and labour for such repairs not covered under warranty*. These charges are to
be settled with ASP in cash.

Toll or ferry charges paid by ASP in
reaching to the breakdown site to be
settled with ASP in actuals in cash.

Cases involving accident, fire, theft,
vandalism, riots, lightening, earth
quake, windstorm, hail, tsunami, unusual weather conditions, other acts
of God, flood, etc.

Vehicles that are unattended, un-registered, impounded or abandoned.

Breakdown/defects caused by misuse, abuse, negligence, alterations
or modifications made to the vehicle.

Lack of maintenance as per the
maintenance schedule as detailed in
the owner’s manual.

Cases involving racing, rallies, vehicle testing or practice for such
events.
Disclaimer
 The Service is not available in Lakshadweep.

**The reach time is indicative & the
actual reach time will be conveyed by
the call centre at the time of breakdown call.

The reach time can vary depending
on the traffic density & time of the
day.

The reach time indicated does not
account for delays due to but not limited to acts of God, laws, rules & regulations for time being in force, orders of statutory or Govt. authorities,
industrial
disputes,
inclement
weather, heavy down pour, floods,
storms, natural calamities, road
blocks due to accidents, general
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strife and law & order conditions viz.
fire, arson, riots, strikes, terrorist attacks, war etc.



^ On spot repairs at breakdown site
shall depend on nature of complaints & will be as per the discretion
of the ASP.
*The decision for free of charge repairs will be as per the warranty policy & procedures of TATA MOTORS
LTD. and as per the interpretation of
the same by ASP. You will be duly informed by the ASP & call centre for
the change applicable if any.
All charges wherever applicable
need to be settled directly with the
ASP.
Exclusion of Liabilities
 It is understood that TATA MOTORS
shall be under no liability whatsoever
in respect of any loss or damage arising directly or indirectly out of any delay in or non-delivery of, defect/deficiency in service/parts provided by
ASP.
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

In case vehicle cannot be repaired
on-site, customers are advised to
use the towing facility for taking their
vehicle to the nearest TATA MOTORS
authorized workshop only. In no condition will the vehicle be towed to any
unauthorized workshop. TATA MOTORS will not be responsible for any
repairs carried out in such unauthorized workshop.
Customer are advised to take acknowledgment from the ASP for the
list of accessories/extra fittings and
other belongings in the vehicle as
well as the current condition related
to dents/scratches breakages of
parts/fitments of the vehicle at the
time of ASP taking possession of the
vehicle & to verify these items when
delivery is taken back by them, claim
for loss of or damage to items, if any
should be taken up with ASP directly.
TATA MOTORS shall not be responsible for any such claims, damages/loss or any deficiency of service of the ASP.




Vehicles will be handled, repaired &
towed as per the customer’s risk &
TATA MOTORS shall not be liable for
any damages / claims as a result of
the same.
Services entitled to the customers
can be refused or cancelled on account of abusive behavior, fraudulent representation, malicious intent
and refusal to pay the charges for
any charges related services and
spare parts during service or on previous occasion on part of the customer.
On site repairs may be temporary in
nature. The completion of repairs
does not certify the road worthiness
of the vehicle. The customer is advised to ensure temporary repairs
carried out onsite is followed by permanent repairs at a TATA MOTORS
Authorized Workshop at the earliest.
Terms and conditions and service
coverage, exclusions etc. are subject
to change without notice.
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Maintenance and Service
Periodic maintenance is essential for ensuring long trouble free performance.
Have your vehicle serviced regularly
from TATA MOTORS Authorized Service
Centre.
There is a large network of TATA MOTORS Authorized Service Centre’s to
help you with their professional servicing
expertise. Scheduled maintenance information is provided which makes tracking
routine service easy.
The following checks can be carried out
between the recommended scheduled
maintenance services. Take help of our
authorized service centre for assistance.






Engine oil level
Engine coolant level
Brake fluid level
Washer fluid level checking & topping up
Battery electrolyte level
Tyre inflation pressure including
spare wheel
NOTE
Refer “Opening and Closing” section
for engine bonnet opening.
WARNING







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!
Be careful not to touch a hot engine, exhaust manifold and
pipes, muffler, radiator and water hoses.
Do not work on a vehicle with the
engine running in an enclosed
space, unless you are sure you
have enough ventilation.
Keep all open flames and other
burning material (such as cigarettes) away from the battery and
all fuel related parts.
If you need to do any work inside
the engine compartment,
Switch off the ignition
Never reach into the area where
there is a risk of danger from
moving components, such as the
fan rotation area.
Keep clothing away from moving
parts.
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MAINTENANCE
Engine Compartment – Diesel
1. Brake fluid reservoir
2. Dip Stick - Engine Oil
3. Engine oil filling cap
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4. Windshield washer container
5. Air Filter
6. Fuse & relay box
7. Battery
8. Auxiliary tank
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Engine Compartment – Petrol (MT)
1. Dip Stick - Engine Oil
2. Brake fluid reservoir
3. Engine oil filling cap
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4. Windshield washer container
5. Air Filter
6. Fuse & relay box
7. Battery
8. Auxiliary tank
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MAINTENANCE
Engine Compartment – Petrol (AMT)
1. Dip Stick - Engine Oil
2. Brake fluid reservoir
3. Engine oil filling cap
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4. Windshield washer container
5. Air Filter
6. Fuse & relay box
7. Battery
8. AMT oil reservoir
9. Auxiliary tank
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Engine Oil Level
NOTE
Warm up the engine to normal operating
temperature.
• Do not remove the filler cap when
the engine is running.
• Do not add oil above than the
MAX. mark. Oil level above the
MAX. mark may cause engine
damage.
Turn it ‘OFF’ and wait for 5 minutes for
the oil to return to the oil pan. Be sure
the vehicle is on a level surface.
Take out the dipstick, wipe it clean, and
reinsert if fully. Pull it out again and examine the oil level. It should be between
‘MIN’ and ‘MAX’ level. If not, top up with
recommended engine oil.
Diesel
For location of Engine oil filling cap
and dip stick, please refer respective
Engine Compartment pages.
NOTE
The oil consumption depends up-on
the driving style and the conditions
under which the vehicle is used.
Petrol
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Brake Fluid Level
For location of Brake Fluid Container
and filling cap, please refer respective
Engine Compartment pages.
Engine Coolant Level
NOTE
In case of emergency, a large
amount of water without engine coolant may be added in order to reach a
vehicle service location.
Whenever coolant has been added, the
coolant level in the coolant reservoir
should be checked the next few times
you drive the vehicle to confirm correct
level.
The level of the brake fluid should be between the ‘MIN’ and ‘MAX’ marks on the
side of the brake fluid container. If the
level falls below the ‘MIN’ mark, add recommended brake fluid.
NOTE
Do not allow brake fluid to make contact with the skin or eyes.
Do not allow brake fluid to splash or
spill on the paint surface as it will
Tigor/Rev01,July 17
For location of Engine coolant container and filler cap, please refer respective Engine Compartment pages.
Check whether the coolant level is between the ‘MIN’ and ‘MAX’ marks on the
coolant reservoir.
NOTE
Topping of the coolant should be
done in the auxiliary tank only.
When the coolant levels is low, top up
with recommended coolant through filler
of auxiliary tank until the level approaches the max level line. Refer ‘Technical information’ section.
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Make sure that only TATA MOTORS recommended coolant is used. Mixing of
different coolants may harm your engine’s cooling system and its components. Do not add extra inhibitors or additives to the coolant. These can be
harmful and compromise the corrosion
protection of the engine coolant.
WARNING
Windshield Washer Fluid Level
Check that there is washer fluid in the
tank. Refill it if necessary. Use a good
quality windshield washer fluid, diluted
with water as necessary.
NOTE
•
!
The engine cooling system is pressurized,
particularly when the engine is warm.
When opening the cap, you could be
scalded by hot coolant spraying out.
There is a risk of injury.
Let the engine cool down before opening
the cap. Wear eye and hand protection
when opening the cap. Open the cap
slowly half a turn to allow pressure to escape.
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Checking AMT oil reservoir level
The level of the AMT oil reservoir level
should be between the ‘MIN’ and ‘MAX’
marks on the side of the container. If the
level falls below the ‘MIN’ mark, add recommended oil.
•
Do not use detergent or any other
additive in the windshield washer
reservoir. This can severely impair visibility when sprayed on
the windshield, and can damage
your vehicle’s paint.
Do not operate washer motor
with no fluid in washer tank,
washer motor will be damaged
For location of Windshield Washer
Container and filling cap, please refer
respective
Engine
Compartment
pages.
Tigor/Rev01,July 17
MAINTENANCE
Battery
 Check the battery for electrolyte level
against the marking on the battery
outer case.
 Check the battery terminals for corrosion (a white or yellowish powder).
To remove it, wash the terminals with
a solution of baking soda. It will bubble up and turn brown.
 When this stops, wash it off with
plain water. Dry off the battery with a
cloth or paper towel.
 Coat the terminals with petroleum
jelly to prevent future corrosion.
 Use a proper wrench to loosen and
remove cables from the terminals.
 Always disconnect the negative (-ve)
cable first and reconnect it last.
 Clean the battery terminals with a
terminal cleaning tool or wire brush.
 Reconnect and tighten the cables,
coat the terminals with petroleum
jelly.
Tigor/Rev01,July 17


Ensure that the battery is securely
mounted.
If you need to connect the battery to
a charger, disconnect both cables to
prevent damage to the vehicle’s
electrical system.
For location of battery, please refer
respective
Engine
Compartment
pages
NOTE
•
•
•
During normal operation, the battery generates gas, which is explosive in nature. A spark or open
flame can cause the battery to
explode causing very serious injuries.
Keep all sparks, open flames and
smoking materials away from the
battery.
The battery contains sulphuric
acid (electrolyte) which is poisonous and highly corrosive in
nature. Getting electrolyte in your
eyes or on the skin can cause severe burns. Wear protective
clothing and a face shield or have
a skilled technician to do the battery maintenance.
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MAINTENANCE
Spark Plug (Petrol)
Spark Plug
Number
Tyres
Gap
BOSCH
YR7SES
0.7 to
0.8 mm
Federal Mogul
(Champion)
RER8MC
0.8 to
0.9 mm
Tightening Torque - 25 Nm
NOTE
Use spark plug of recommended
make & type for replacement.
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Inflation
1
Under
inflation
Excessive side
tread wear
2
Correct tyre
pressure
Uniform wear
3
Over inflation
Excessive
center tread
wear
Check for inflation and condition of your
vehicle tyres periodically.
Check the pressure in the tyres when
they are cold.
Keeping the tyres properly inflated gives
you the best combination of riding comfort, handling, tyre life and better fuel efficiency.
Over inflation of tyres makes the vehicle
ride bumpy and harsh. Tyres are more
prone to uneven wear and damage from
road hazards.
Under inflated tyres reduce your comfort
in vehicle handling and are prone to failures due to high temperature. They also
cause uneven wear and more fuel consumption.
NOTE
Every time you check inflation pressure, you should also examine tyres for
damage, trapping of foreign objects in
the treads and wear.
Tigor/Rev01,July 17
MAINTENANCE
Recommended tyre pressures
Tyre
size
Version
Wheel
Front
Petrol
175/65
R14 &
155/80
R13
Rear
Spare
Front
Diesel
Rear
Spare
Front
175/60
R15
Petrol
Rear
Spare
Tigor/Rev01,July 17
Tyre pressure sticker location
Special care for tubeless tyres:

Tyre
pressure
33 psi
(2.3 bar)
30 psi
(2.1 bar)
36 psi
(2.5 bar)
33–36 psi
(2.3 -2.5
bar)
30 psi
(2.1 bar)
36 psi
(2.5 bar)
36 psi
(2.5 bar)
36 psi
(2.5 bar)
36 psi
(2.5 bar)

NOTE


Maintain tyre inflation pressure as per the specific mentioned in tyre pressure sticker
Regular tyre and spare tyre to
be checked for correct tyre inflation pressure at least once
a month

While removing tyre from wheel rim
and mounting it back on wheel rim,
take precautions not to damage tyre
bead. Use tyre removal and assembly machines. Damage or cut on tyre
bead may cause gradual loss of air
and deflation of tyre.
Do not scratch inside of tubeless tyre
with metallic or sharp object. Tubeless tyres are coated with impermeable layer of rubber from inside which
holds the air inside the tyre. Removal
of this layer due to scratching may
cause gradual loss of air and deflation.
If wheel rim gets damaged in service,
get the wheel rim repaired/ replaced
immediately. Running the vehicle
with damaged rim may cause deflation of tyre and subsequent dislodging of tyre from rim.
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MAINTENANCE

Maintain recommended inflation
pressure. Over-inflation, in particular, may cause puncture or bursting
of tyre.
NOTE
Life and wear pattern of tyres depends on various parameters like
tyre pressure, wheel alignment,
wheel balancing, tyre rotation, etc. It
also largely depends on vehicle
speed, load carried, usage, driving
habits, road conditions, tyre quality,
etc. In case fault is suspected to be
due to poor quality of tyres, the same
may be taken up with concerned tyre
manufacturer.
Tyre rotation
To help increase tyre life and distribute
wear more evenly you should have tyres
rotated at specified intervals or earlier
depending on the operation of vehicle.
For 175/65 R14 and 175/60 R15 tyres
with temporary spare wheel (if
equipped)
The illustrations show how to rotate tyres
when normal or temporary spare wheel
is fitted.
For 155/80 R13 tyres
NOTE



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Do not use spare wheel for tyre rotation, in case of temporary spare
wheel used.
Two or more temporary tyres
should not be used on one vehicle.
Tyre pressure of temporary wheel
is to be checked at least once in
in a month.
Tigor/Rev01,July 17
MAINTENANCE
Wheel Alignment
Wheel Balancing
Remote Key Battery Replacement
Incorrect wheel alignment causes excessive and uneven tyre wear. Check wheel
alignment at specified intervals. Wheel
alignment values are given below:
Wheels of your vehicle are balanced for
better ride comfort and longer tyre life.
Balancing needs to be done whenever
tyre is removed from rim.
Remote control key contains a battery
which is housed under the cover.
Front
Rear
Caster
1º 45’ ± 45’
-
Camber
30’ ± 30’
- 52’ ± 60’
Toe in
-
12’ ± 15’
Toe Out
0 to 13’
-
Tigor/Rev01,July 17
WARNING
!
If the vehicle vibrates abnormally on
a smooth road, have the wheel balanced done immediately.
If red LED remote flashes for 5 times after placing and releasing any button on
remote. It is recommended to replace
battery at a TATA MOTORS Authorised
Service Centre.
You should, however, proceed as follows
if you wish to replace the discharged battery yourself:
1. Open the key blade.
2. Press off the battery cover with your
thumb or using a flat screw driver at
the points of the arrows.
3. Remove the discharged battery from
the key by pressing the battery downwards at the point of the arrow.
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MAINTENANCE
5. Ensure that the “+” symbol on the
battery is facing upwards. The correct polarity is shown on the battery
cover.
6. Position the battery cover on the key
and press on it until it is heard to lock
in place.
NOTE
Use CR 2032 battery only.
4. Insert the new battery.
On Board Diagnostic (OBD II)
System
The OBD system also has a diagnostic
connector that can be interfaced with
appropriate diagnostic tools, which
makes it possible to read the fault codes
stored in the Electronic Control Unit, together with a series of specific parameters for Engine operation and Diagnosis.
This check can also be carried out by the
traffic police.
To access the diagnostic connector,
open the fuse box cover which is located
on RH side below the steering wheel. Refer ‘Emergency and Breakdown Assistance’ section for removal of cover.
On board Diagnostics or OBD is an automotive term referring to a vehicle’s selfdiagnostic and reporting capability. The
OBD system allows continuous diagnosis of the components of the vehicle correlated with emissions. This system
warns the driver, by turning “ON” the
Malfunction Indication lamp (MIL) on the
instrument cluster, when a fault causes
emission levels to increase.
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Tigor/Rev01,July 17
MAINTENANCE
Service Instructions
The TATA TIGOR has been manufactured to give you economical and trouble free performance. To achieve this, please follow the instructions as stated.
Your vehicle is entitled to three free services (labour only). The
free service coupons are attached to the sales invoice. Please
present these coupons to the servicing dealer while availing
free services.
Servicing of the vehicle can be done at any TATA MOTORS
Authorised Dealer Workshop or TATA MOTORS Authorised
Service Centre (TASC).
Warranty claims can be settled by any TATA MOTORS Authorised Dealer Workshop or TATA MOTORS Authorised Service
Centre (TASC).
1st free service - At 1000-2000 kms. OR 2 months, whichever
is earlier.
2nd free service - At 7000-8000 kms. OR 6 months, whichever
is earlier.
3rd free service - At 14500-15500 kms. OR 12 months, which-
ever is earlier.
All services other than free services are chargeable.
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MAINTENANCE
1.5K
7.5K
15K
22.5K
30K
37.5K
45K
52.5K
60K
67.5K
75K
82.5K
90K
97.5K
105K
112.5K
120K
127.5K
135K
142.5K
150K
Operation
PDI
Sr.
No.
Kms
Service Schedule
Months
0
2
6
12
18
24
30
36
42
48
54
60
66
72
78
84
90
96
102
108
114
120
General
1
Wash the vehicle
& Clean Condenser Fins
Every
Service
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2
Check & Top up
Fluids (If required): Transaxle Oil, Coolant,
Brake Fluid, Battery Electrolyte,
Wind Screen
washer fluid.
Every
Service
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3
Check Fuel
Lines for Leakages.
Every
Service
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4
Check and Capture all DTC's
Clear all faults
and Erase the
Codes.
Every
Service
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5
Check Rubber
Boots for damage & replace if
required
(driveshaft)
15K /
12M
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# - Kms or Months whichever occurs earlier
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Kms
PDI
1.5K
7.5K
15K
22.5K
30K
37.5K
45K
52.5K
60K
67.5K
75K
82.5K
90K
97.5K
105K
112.5K
120K
127.5K
135K
142.5K
150K
MAINTENANCE
Months
0
2
6
12
18
24
30
36
42
48
54
60
66
72
78
84
90
96
102
108
114
120
Sr.
No.
Operation
6
Check Rubber
Boots, Rubber
seat, Dust cover
& Bushes for
damage & replace if required
(Suspension)
(First at
15K/12M then at
every service)
7
Check for all
bolts & nuts
(Tighten)
1
Clean air filter element (more frequently for vehicle operating as
TAXI)
15K /
12M
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2
Change engine
oil and Oil filter
15K /
12M
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3
Drain water from
Fuel Filter Bowl
15K /
12M
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4
Replace Fuel
Pre filter assembly (WIF Sensor
to be reused)
# 45K /
24M
5
Replace Fuel
Main fuel filter
assembly
7.5K /
6M
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6M
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Engine (Diesel)
# 135K /
24M
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# - Kms or Months whichever occurs earlier
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135
Kms
PDI
1.5K
7.5K
15K
22.5K
30K
37.5K
45K
52.5K
60K
67.5K
75K
82.5K
90K
97.5K
105K
112.5K
120K
127.5K
135K
142.5K
150K
MAINTENANCE
Months
0
2
6
12
18
24
30
36
42
48
54
60
66
72
78
84
90
96
102
108
114
120
Sr.
No.
Operation
6
Replace Diesel Pressure Regulator
# 75K /
36M
7
Check accessory
belt condition visually, replace if
found damage
15K /
12M
8
Check timing belt
visual condition, # 105K /
replace if found
24M
damage
9
Replace air filter
element (more
frequently for vehicle operating
as TAXI)
10
Change coolant
11
Replace timing
drive kit (Timing # 150K /
belt, Auto ten36M
sioner and Idler)
45K /
36M
# 60K /
36M
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Kms
PDI
1.5K
7.5K
15K
22.5K
30K
37.5K
45K
52.5K
60K
67.5K
75K
82.5K
90K
97.5K
105K
112.5K
120K
127.5K
135K
142.5K
150K
MAINTENANCE
Months
0
2
6
12
18
24
30
36
42
48
54
60
66
72
78
84
90
96
102
108
114
120
Sr.
No.
Operation
1
Clean air filter element (more frequently for vehicle operating as
TAXI)
15K /
12M
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2
Change engine
oil and Oil filter
15K /
12M
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3
Gasoline - Replace Fuel Filter
30K /
24M
4
Change Spark
plugs
45K /
36M
5
Check accessory
belt condition visually, replace if
found damage
15K /
12M
Engine (Petrol)
6
7
Replace air filter
element (more
frequently for vehicle operating
as TAXI)
Change coolant
(60K /36M ,
whichever
comes early)
45K /
36M
# 60K /
36M
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1.5K
7.5K
15K
22.5K
30K
37.5K
45K
52.5K
60K
67.5K
75K
82.5K
90K
97.5K
105K
112.5K
120K
127.5K
135K
142.5K
150K
Operation
PDI
Sr.
No.
Kms
MAINTENANCE
Months
0
2
6
12
18
24
30
36
42
48
54
60
66
72
78
84
90
96
102
108
114
120
Transaxle
1
2
Replace transaxle oil
Check AMT Kit oil
level, it should be
in between min.
& Max. level when
the vehicle is in
standstill and
ignition ON condition. Top up AMT
kit oil if necessary.
75K /
60M
Every
Service
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Brakes
1
2
3
Check front
brake pads &
rear brake linings. Replace if
necessary
Replace brake
fluid Check
brake system
components for
Leakages
Inspect & if necessary adjust
handbrake setting
15K /
12M
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# 45K /
24M
15K /
12M
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1.5K
7.5K
15K
22.5K
30K
37.5K
45K
52.5K
60K
67.5K
75K
82.5K
90K
97.5K
105K
112.5K
120K
127.5K
135K
142.5K
150K
Operation
PDI
Sr.
No.
Kms
MAINTENANCE
Months
0
2
6
12
18
24
30
36
42
48
54
60
66
72
78
84
90
96
102
108
114
120
Wheels & Tyres
1
2
Check & Adjust
Wheel alignment
Check for Tyre
pressure, condition & rotate
# 15K /
18M
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# 7.5K /
12M
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Electrical
1
Check specific
gravity of battery
electrolyte (OR
Every 6 Months)
Every
Service
2
Check headlamp
focussing
15K /
12M
1
Clean filter and
check Air-conditioning / HVAC
system for satisfactory performance
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A.C. System
Every
Service
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MAINTENANCE
Vehicle Parking at One Place for
Long Duration
(Non - Use Maintenance)
If you want to park your vehicle at one
place for long duration, following care is
to be taken:
1. Park the vehicle in covered, dry and
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
if possible well-ventilated premises.
Engage a gear.
Remove the battery terminal cables
(first remove the cable from the negative terminal).
Block the wheel or engage in the
gear mode.
Clean and protect the painted parts
using protective wax.
Clean and protect the shiny metal
parts using commercially available
special compounds.
Sprinkle talcum powder on the rubber windscreen wiper and lift them
off the glass.
Slightly open the windows.
Cover the vehicle with a cloth or perforated plastic sheet. Do not use
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sheets of imperforated plastic as
they do not allow moisture on the vehicle body to evaporate.
9. Inflate the tyres to 0.5 bar above the
normal specified pressure and check
it at regular intervals.
10. Check the battery charge every six
weeks.
11. Do not drain the engine cooling system.
Tigor/Rev01,July 17
TECHNICAL INFORMATION
Fuel Specification
The supplementary fuel to be used like kerosene. Ratio for mixing of supplementary fuel and diesel are shown in the table.
Fuel (Diesel)
Normal grade BS IV compliant diesel conforming to IS1460
or EN 590 or equivalent is recommended to be used as fuel.
Do not use premium diesel available in the market for example extra premium / Turbojet etc.
Recommended fuel specifications
Parameter
Cetane Number (min)
Unit
BS IV
CN
51
Sulphur content
mg/kg
50
Lubricity (HFRR)
micron
460
NOTE
Where oxidation catalytic converter is fitted, it is mandatory to use Diesel fuel with Sulphur contents as given
above. Use of any other diesel fuel can increase the pollutants.
At very low temperature, fluidity of diesel may become insufficient due to paraffin separation. It is therefore necessary to
mix supplementary fuel with summer or winter grade diesel.
Tigor/Rev01,July 17
Percentage
Ambient Temperature up to Deg C. Summer grade dieSupplemensel
tary fuel
Up to 0
0 to -10
100
70
-10 to -15
50
0
30
50
Care should be taken that diesel and supplementary fuel are
thoroughly mixed before filling.
Ambient TemperaPercentage
ture upto Deg C. Winter grade diesel Supplementary
fue
Up to -15
100
0l
-15 to -20
70
30
-20 and below
50
50
WARNING
!
Do not mix gasoline or alcohol with diesel. This mixture can
cause an explosion.
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TECHNICAL INFORMATION
Fuel (Petrol)
Unleaded regular grade petrol conforming to IS 2796:2008 and
BS IV specification and RON not less than 91 is recommended.
It is always recommended to use correct fuel to get optimum
emission performance.
NOTE
Always use petrol of a correct specification in a vehicle fitted with catalytic converter. Even single fill of leaded petrol
will seriously damage the catalytic converter.
!
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Tigor/Rev01,July 17
TECHNICAL INFORMATION
Lubricant Specification
Use following genuine fluids, coolants and lubricants recommended for optimum performance of your vehicle.
Item
Engine Oil
Coolant (Premixed) (Antifreeze agent
+ Soft water
40 : 60 ratio)
Transaxle Oil
Tigor/Rev01,July 17
Specification
5W30 ACEA
A5/B5 TATA
SS6576
Class II/JIS
K2234 TATA
SS7700S1
EP80W LL
(Next Gen)
TATA SS6582
Company
Brand
CASTROL
Magnatec Professional T 5W30
EXXON MOBIL
Mobil super 3000 TMGO 5W 30 Tata motors
genuine oil
PETRONAS
TATA MOTORS GENUINE OIL – Engine Oil synth
5W30
Sunstar CCI
Gloden Cruiser LLC2200NP
CASTROL
Castrol Radicoolant SFO Premix
IOCL
TATA MOTORS GENUINE COOLANT KOOL PLUS
PETRONAS
TATA MOTORS Genuine Oil – Gear Oil New
Gen 80 EP LL
IOCL
TATA MOTORS GENUINE GEAR OIL 80WLL
CASTROL
Transmax Manual T 80W
Quantity
Petrol - 3.5 L
Diesel - 4.5 L
Petrol – 5.5 L
Diesel – 6.5 L
1.8 Liters
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TECHNICAL INFORMATION
Item
Brake
Fluid/Clutch
fluid
Refrigerant
Compressor Oil
AMT Kit oil
Specification
Company
Brand
PETRONAS
PETRONAS TATA MOTORS Genuine Brake Oil
DOT 4S
Sunstar CCI
Golden Cruiser Tata Genuine Brake Fluid
(DOT4)
CASTROL
CASTROL-Universal Brake Fluid DOT 4
R-134a
MAHLE
-
ND-8
MAHLE
-
PETRONAS
TUTELA Cs – Speed
SAE J1703,
DOT4
Hydraulic Oil
Quantity
As required
470±20 gms
Diesel – 100±10 cc
Petrol - 120±10 cc
As required
NOTE
Check AMT Kit oil level at every service, it should be in between min. & max. level when the vehicle is in standstill and ignition
ON condition. Top up AMT kit oil if necessary.”
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TECHNICAL INFORMATION
Technical Specifications
Parameter
Diesel
Petrol
1.05 CRAIL Turbocharger Intercooled Diesel
1.2 REVOTRON
1047 cc
1199 CC
51.5 kw @ 4500+/-50 rpm (70 ps @ 4000 +/50 rpm)
62.5 kw @ 6000 rpm (85 ps @ 6000 rpm)
140 Nm @ 1800 to 3000 rpm
114.4 Nm @ 3500 +/-70 rpm
Engine
Model/type
Capacity
Max. Engine output
Max. Torque
Clutch
Type
Single plate dry friction diaphragm type
Outside diameter of
clutch
200 mm
Transaxle
Model
Type
No. of gears
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TA-65* 5/3.83 (5 speed) with overdrive
manual
TA-65* 5/3.64 (5 speed) with overdrive manual
Synchromesh on all forward gears and sliding mesh on reverse gear
5-Forward, 1-Reverse
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Parameter
Diesel
Petrol
Steering
Type
Electrical Power assist Steering, Rack & Pinion Gear, collapsible Steering Column
Brakes
Brakes
Parking brake
Front (Disc); Rear (Drum)
Cable Operated Mechanical (Variable Lever Ratio)
Suspension
Type
Shock absorber
Wheels & tyre
Tyres
Wheel rims
Fuel tank
Capacity
Cab / body
Type
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Independent
Hydraulic Shock absorber
155/80 R13 79T Tubeless (XE, XE(O))
175/65 R14 82T Tubeless (XM, XM(O),XT,
XT(O), XZ, XZ(O),
4.5JX13" Steel Wheel Rim (XE, XE(O))
5J X 14" Steel Wheel Rim (XM, XM(O), XT,
XT(O), 5J X 14" Alloy Wheel Rim (XZ, XZ(O)
35 liters
155/80 R13 79T Tubeless (XE, XE(O))
175/65 R14 82T Tubeless (XM, XM(O), XT
XT(O), XTA)
175/60 R15 Tubeless (XZ, XZ(O), XZA)
4.5JX13" Steel Wheel Rim (XE, XE(O))
5J X 14" Steel Wheel Rim (XM, XM(O),XT,
XT(O), XTA)
5.5J X 15" Alloy Wheel Rim (XZ, XZ(O), XZA)
35 liters
Semi-mono volume, 4 doors sedan, steel monocoque body.
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TECHNICAL INFORMATION
Parameter
Electrical system
System voltage
Alternator capacity
Battery
Main chassis dimension (in mm)
Wheel base
Track front
Track rear
Overall length
Overall height
Max. Width
Ground clearance
Performance
Max. Speed
Max.
Recommended gradability
Minimum Turning
Circle Dia.
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Diesel
12 Volts (-ve earth)
14.5V,120 Amp
12V, 50Ah
Petrol
12 Volts (-ve earth)
14.5 V, 110 Amp
12V, 44Ah
2450
1400
1420
3992
1537
1677
165
2450
1400
1420
3992
1537
1677
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150 Kmph
160 Kmph
14 deg
14 deg
10 m
10.2 m
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Parameter
Minimum Turning
Clearance circle
Dia.
Weight (in kg)
Diesel
Petrol
10.65 mm
10.4 m
Gross vehicle
weight
1485 XE
1500 XE(O)
1490 XM
1505 XM(O)
1510 XT
1525 XT(O)
1525 XZ
1530 XZ(O)
Kerb weight
(Unladen)
1085 XE
1100 XE(O)
1090 XM
1105 XM(O)
1110 XT
1125 XT(O)
1125 XZ
1130 XZ(O)
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1420 XE
1435 XE(O)
1422 XM
1437 XM(O)
1442 XT
1457 XT(O)
1457 XZ
1462 XZ(O)
1454 (XTA)
1469 (XZA)
1020 XE
1035 XE(O)
1022 XM
1037 XM(O)
1042 XT
1057 XT(O)
1057 XZ
1062 XZ(O)
1054 (XTA)
1069 (XZA)
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Vehicle Dimensions
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TECHNICAL INFORMATION
Aggregate Identification Numbers
Chassis No. punching near driver seat
Transaxle No. Punching
VIN plate near front passenger seat
Engine No. Plate – Diesel
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Engine No. Plate – Petrol
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CAR CARE AND VALUE ADDED SERVICES
Car Care
Your vehicle is subjected to many external influences such as climate, road conditions, industrial pollution and proximity
to the sea. These conditions demand
regular care of the vehicle body. Dirt, insects, bird droppings, oil, grease, fuel
and stone chippings should be removed
as soon as possible.
Washing
Following these tips while washing your
vehicle.
Hand wash:
1. Always wash your vehicle in shade
and the surface is at room temperature.
2. Wash with mild vehicle wash soap
like ‘Car Shampoo’ and use a soft
bristle brush, sponge or soft cloth
and rinse it frequently while washing
to avoid scratches.
3. To avoid scratches, please wear soft
gloves. Remove finger rings, nails,
wristwatch while washing.
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4. To remove stubborn stains and contaminants like tar, use turpentine or
cleaners like ‘Stain remover’, which
are safe for, paint surfaces.
5. Avoid substances like petrol, diesel,
kerosene, benzene, thinner or other
solvents that cause damage to paint.
6. Dry your vehicle thoroughly to prevent any damp spots.
7. Rinse all surfaces thoroughly to prevent any traces of soap and other
cleaners as this may lead to the formation of stains on the painted surface later.
WARNING
!
Do not direct high-pressure washer
fluid/ water jets (Pressure above 0.5
Bar) at electrical devices and connecter during washing. This is to prevent malfunction / failure of electrical system due to water ingress.
After drying the vehicle, inspect it for
chips and scratches that could allow corrosion to start. Apply touch up paint
where necessary.
Cleaning of Carpets
Vacuum clean the carpet regularly to remove dirt. Dirt will make the carpet wear
out faster. Periodically shampoo the carpet to keep it looking new.
Use carpet cleaners (preferably foam
type). Follow the instructions that come
with the cleaner. Apply it with a sponge
or soft brush. Keep the carpeting as dry
as possible by not adding water to the
foam.
NOTE
Avoid wiping of painted surface in dry
condition as it may leave scratches
on the painted surface.
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Cleaning of Windows, Front and
Rear Glasses
NOTE
Clean the windows inside and outside
with commercially available glass cleaners.
Do not attempt to rip or tamper the
tag. It will disable the functionality of
the tag.
This will remove the haze that builds up
on the inside of windows. Use a soft
cloth or paper towels to clean all glass
and plastic surfaces.
RFID TAG
RFID TAG is pasted on front windshield
from the inside. It enables Electronic toll
collection.
Waxing
Waxing and polishing is recommended
to maintain the gloss and wet-look appearance of your paint finish.
1. Use good quality polish and wax for
your vehicle.
2. Re-wax your vehicle when the water
does not slip off the surface but collects over the surface in patches.
Polishing
Polishes and cleaners can restore shine
to the painted surface that has oxidized
and become dull. They normally contain
mild abrasives and solvents that remove
the top layer of the finish coat. Polish
your vehicle, if the finish does not regain
its original shine after using wax.
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Interior fabric cleaning tips
1. Stains should be treated immediately. If left for a long time, they can
leave a permanent mark.
2. Cleaning the stains immediately is
important especially for stains which
contain artificial colors in the stain
creating liquid or semisolid substance. The colorant may leave a
stain if kept for longer time.
3. Stain should not be removed by rubbing. As far as possible, try to blot or
lift the stain with cloth or plastic spatula and then clean the remaining
stain with cloth or sponge.
4. If the stain has dried, then gently
brush off the material and then press
with damp cloth or sponge till it disappears.
5. Do not use household detergents to
clean the fabric.
6. Always use clean cotton cloth for
cleaning.
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Paint Care
Periodic Inspection
Following guidelines will help you to protect your Vehicle from corrosion effectively.

Proper cleaning
Regularly inspect your vehicle for any
damage in the paint film such as
deep scratches and immediately get
them repaired from an authorized
service outlet, as these defects tend
to accelerate corrosion.
Inspect mud liners for damages.
Keep all drain holes clear from clogging.
In order to protect your vehicle from corrosion it is recommended that you wash
your vehicle thoroughly and frequently in
case:

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
Proper Parking



There is a heavy accumulation of dirt
and mud especially on the underbody.
It is driven in areas having high atmospheric pollution due to smoke,
soot, dust, iron dust and other chemical pollutants.
It is driven in coastal areas.
The underbody must be thoroughly
pressure washed after every three
months.
In addition to regularly washing your car,
the following precautions need to be
taken.
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
Always park your vehicle in shade to
protect it from harsh sunlight or in a
well-ventilated garage so that there
is no dampness on any part of the vehicle.
Wiper care


To prevent damage to the wipers or
windshield, do not operate the wipers when the windshield is dry.
To prevent damage to the wiper arms
and other components, do not attempt to move the wipers manually.
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Extended Warranty
TATA MOTORS recommends the purchase of its extended warranty program.
Coverage - Mechanical + Electrical
Benefits



Insures you against unforeseen break down repair bills.
Documentation is simple and hassle free.
Near cashless & speedy claim
Term
24 + 12 months or 75,000 kms whichever occurs first
OR
24 + 24 months or 1,00,000 kms whichever occurs first
Extended Warranty is available in the dealership from where you have purchased your vehicle. We strongly recommend purchase
of Extended Warranty at time of purchase of your vehicle. Extended Warranty can be availed till 421 days from date of purchase
of vehicle. The Dealer Service Marketing Executive shall explain to you the Terms and conditions, Coverage and Owner’s responsibility.
Extended Warranty Booklet & Cover Note
The Extended Warranty booklet and cover note is the basis of the contract between TATA MOTORS LIMITED and the Owner of the
vehicle shown on the Extended Warranty booklet. The Customer is to retain this booklet and the same to be produced to the
dealer while claiming benefit s under Extended Warranty.
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Note
 The 12 or 24 months extended warranty does not follow the 24 months Manufacturer's warranty.
 The extended warranty comes into force once the manufacturer’s warranty expires e.g. after 24 Months.
 It is more restrictive as by the time it comes into force the vehicle is already 24 months old.
What is covered?
 Mechanical / Electrical break down as defined in this warranty and confirmed by the dealer within the stipulated terms
and conditions.
 TATA MOTORS dealer shall either rep air or replace any part found to be defective with a new p art or an equivalent at no cost
to the owner for p arts or labour.
 Such defective parts which have been replaced will become property of TATA MOTORS LIMITED.
 Comprehensive list of parts covered is mentioned in the page 9-12 of the Extended Warranty Booklet.
What is not covered?
Please refer the Extended Warranty Booklet for details of the exclusion list.
Owner’s Responsibility:
 Proper use, maintenance and care of the vehicle in accordance with the instructions contained in the Owner’s Manual and
Service Booklet. The records of the same to be ensured in Owner’s Manual.
 Retention of maintenance service bills.
I / We have been explained the Terms and conditions, Coverage and Owner’s responsibility by the Dealer Service Marketing
Executive.
I wish to avail /
Do not wish to avail extended warrant policy.
Customer’s Signature
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CAR CARE AND VALUE ADDED SERVICES
Value Added Services
Why are Corrosion Protection Waxes necessary?
Corrosion is caused by:
Water / salt water acid rain & atmospheric fallouts.
Critical areas are:
Cavities: joints, crevices, spot welds, underbody



Corrosion is the most important factor when we talk about the vehicle life. If you treat your car you can prolong the life.
It is very dangerous to drive around in a corroded vehicle.
The corrosion creeps onto the vehicle from the inside and from the outside. The most dangerous kind of corrosion is often
not discovered until it is too late.
Benefits of Anti - Rust treatment:







A professionally applied range of world class products offering real value to the new and used vehicle customer.
The treatment has been developed to withstand the harshest environmental and climatic conditions (rust. Pollutants, stone
and gravel impact, etc.)
Insulate cabin space from external noises.
Expensive tin work and Denting / Painting avoided.
Higher resale value for the vehicle.
Higher safety – uncorroded vehicle
10 free checkups available
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TATA MOTORS has tied up with M/s Wurth, M/s Autokrom, M/s 3M India Lt d & M/s Bardahl for these world class treatment
at affordable prices. These treatments are available in all authorized workshops. The Dealer Service Marketing Executive will
explain to you the benefits and terms and conditions of this treatment.
I / We have been explained the Benefits, Terms and conditions and the prices of these treatments by the Dealer Service Marketing
Executive.
I wish to avail /
Customer’s Signature
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Dealer’s Signature
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Vehicle Exterior Enrichment
Why vehicles are painted?

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
For Corrosion protection of the metal surfaces.
Ease of application from other corrosion protection treatments.
Cheaper than other corrosion protection methods eg. Galvanizing, anodizing.
For decoration and identification.
Various Environmental Hazards affecting paints
Environmental hazards: destroy your vehicle's finish.
Even as your new vehicle rolls off the assembly line, the paint is not protected.
The enemy
Ultraviolet Rays, Pollution, Tree Sap, Bird Droppings, Car Wash Chemicals, Road Salt, Acid Rain.
Benefits: Vehicle Exterior Enrichment



Removal of medium scratches, orange peel, oxidation, dust nibs etc. & swirl marks from painted surface.
Restoration of original gloss levels, UV protection after gloss is restored.
Cleaning & dressing of tyres, Bumpers & all exterior plastic moldings/trims.
TATA MOTORS has tied up with M/s Autokrom, M/s 3M & M/s Wurth for this world class treatment at affordable prices.
This treatment is available in all authorized workshops. The Dealer Service Marketing Executive will explain to you the benefits
and terms and conditions of this treatment.
Vehicle Interior Enrichment
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Why protect your new car’s fabric interior?



Someone will soil your vehicle's fabric carpet or seats.
A significant detractor from your vehicle's resale value.
A permanent stain on your vehicle's interior fabric.
The enemy:
Drink Spills - Food Stains - Mud - Ultraviolet Rays Pets - Traffic
Benefits: Vehicle Interior Enrichment

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


Removal of medium stains and dirt from all interior parts of the car i.e., carpet, upholstery and roof lining.
Cleaning of windshield and all windows (inside and outside)
Dressing of all internal plastics (eg: door pad trims) and rubber parts.
The treatment involves cleaning and dressing of all parts of the exposed interiors.
Specialised protection for seat fabric from liquid spills.
TATA MOTORS has tied up with M/s Wurth and M/s Autokrom for this world class treatment at affordable prices. This treatment
is available in all authorized workshops. The Dealer Service Marketing Executive will explain to you the benefits and terms and
conditions of this treatment.
I / We have been explained the Terms and conditions, Coverage and Owner’s responsibility by the Dealer Service Marketing
Executive.
I wish to avail /
Do not wish to avail extended warrant policy.
Customer’s Signature
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WARRANTY - TERMS AND CONDITIONS
We WARRANT each TATA TIGOR vehicle and parts thereof
manufactured by us to be free from defect in material and
workmanship subject to the following terms and conditions:
1. This warranty shall be for a period of 24 months from the
date of sale of the car or a mileage of 75,000 Kms which-
ever occurs earlier.
2. Our obligation under this warranty shall be limited to repair-
ing or replacing, free of charge, such parts of the car which,
in our opinion, are defective, on the car being brought to us
or to our dealers within the period. The parts so repaired or
replaced shall also be warranted for quality and workmanship but such warranty shall be co-terminus with this original warranty.
3. Any part which is found to be defective and is replaced by
us under the warranty shall be our property.
4. As for such parts as Tyres, Batteries, Audio and / or Video
equipment (if any), etc. not manufactured by us but supplied by other parties, this warranty shall not apply, but buyers of the car shall be entitled to, so far as permissible by
law, all such rights as we may have against such parties
under their warranties in respect of such parts.
5. This warranty shall not apply if the car or any part thereof
is repaired or altered otherwise than in accordance with our
standard repair procedure or by any person other than from
our sales or service establishments, our authorized dealers, service centres or service points in any way so as, in
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our judgment which shall be final and binding, to affect its
reliability, nor shall it apply if, in our opinion which shall be
final and binding, the car is subjected to misuse, negligence, improper or inadequate maintenance or accident or
loading in excess of such carrying capacity as certified by
us, or such services as prescribed in our Owner's Manual
are not carried out by the buyer through our sales or service
establishments, our authorized dealers, service centres or
service points.
6. This warranty shall not apply to the replacement of nor-
mal wear parts, including without limitation, spark
plugs, drive belts, hoses, wiper blades, fuses, clutch
disc, brake shoes, brake pads, cables and all rubber
parts (except oil seal and glass run).
7. This warranty shall not cover any inherent normal deterio-
ration of the car or any of its parts arising from the actual
use of the car or any damage due to negligent or improper
operation or storage of the car.
8. This warranty shall not apply to normal maintenance services like oils & fluid changes, head lamps focusing, fastener retightening, wheel balancing and alignment, tyre rotation, adjustment of valve clearance, fuel timing, ignition
timing and consumables like bulbs, fuel, air & oil filters and
gas leaks in case of air conditioned cars.
9. This warranty shall not apply to any damage or deterioration caused by environmental pollution or bird droppings.
Slight irregularities not recognized as affecting the function
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or quality of the vehicle or parts, such as slight noise or vibration, defects appearing only under particular or irregular
operations are items considered characteristics of the vehicle.
10. This warranty shall be null and void if the car is subjected
to abnormal use such as rallying, racing or participation in
any other competitive sport. This warranty shall not apply
to any repair or replacements as a result of accident or collision.
11. This warranty is expressly in lieu of all warranties, whether
by law or otherwise, expressed or implied, and all other obligations or liabilities on our part and we neither assume,
nor authorize any person to assume on our behalf, any
other liability arising from the sale of the car or any agreement in relation thereto.
12. The buyer shall have no other rights except those set out
above and have, in particular, no right to repudiate the sale,
or any agreement or to claim any reduction in the purchase
price of the car, or to demand any damages or compensation for losses, incidental or indirect, or inconvenience or
consequential damages, loss of car, or loss of time, or otherwise, incurred or accrued.
13. Any claim arising from this warranty shall be recognized
only if it is notified in writing to us or to our authorized
dealer without any delay soon after such defects as covered & ascertained under this warranty.
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14. This warranty is fully transferable to subsequent vehi-
cle owner. Only unexpired remaining period of warranty applies.
15. We reserve our rights to make any change or modification
in design of the car or its parts or to introduce any improvement therein or to incorporate in the car any additional part
or accessory at any time without incurring any obligation to
incorporate the same in the cars previously sold.
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ENVIRONMENT SAFETY
TATA MOTORS LTD. is committed to produce vehicles using environmentally sustainable technology. A number of features
have been incorporated in TATA MOTORS passenger vehicles
which have been designed to ensure environmental compatibility throughout the life cycle of the vehicle. We would like to
inform you that your vehicle meets emission norms and this is
being regularly validated at the manufacturing stages.
As a user you too can protect the environment by operating
your vehicle in a proactive manner. A lot depends on your driving style and the way you maintain your vehicle. We have given
a few tips for your guidance.
Driving
 Avoid frequent and violent acceleration.
 Do not carry any unnecessary weight in the vehicle as it
overloads the engine. Avoid using devices requiring high
power consumption during slow city traffic condition.
 Monitor the vehicle’s fuel consumption regularly and if
showing rising trend get the car immediately attended at
the Company’s Authorised Service Outlets.
 Switch off the engine during long stops at traffic jams or
signals. If you need to keep the engine running, avoid unnecessary revving it up or stopping and starting.
 It is not necessary to rev up the engine before turning it off
as it unnecessarily burns the fuel.
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 Shift to higher gears as soon as it is possible. Use each gear
up to 2/3rd of its maximum engine speed.
 A chart indicating gear shifting speeds is given in this book.
Maintenance
 Ensure that recommended maintenance is carried out on
the vehicle regularly at the Authorised Service Outlets.
 As soon as you see any leakages of oil or fuel in the vehicle
we recommend to get it attended immediately.
 Use only recommended grades and specified quantity of
lubricants.
 Get your vehicle checked for emission periodically by an authorised dealer.
 Ensure that fuel filter, oil filter and breather are checked
periodically and replaced, if required, as recommended by
TATA MOTORS.
 Do not pour used oils or coolants into the sewage drains,
garden soil or open streams. Dispose the used filters and
batteries in compliance with the current legislation.
 Do not allow unauthorized person to tamper with engine
settings or to carry modifications on the vehicle.
 Never allow the vehicle to run out of fuel.
 Parts like brake liners, clutch discs should be vacuum
cleaned. Do not use compressed air for cleaning these
parts which may spread dust in the atmosphere.
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While carrying out servicing or repairs of your vehicle, you
should pay keen attention to some of the important engine
aggregates and wiring harness which greatly affect emission. These components are:
1. Fuel injection equipment’s - pump, rail, injectors, nozzles
and high pressure pipes.
Air Intake & Exhaust system, especially for leakages.
Cylinder head for valve leakage.
All filters such as air, oil and fuel filters (check periodically).
Turbocharger.
Electrical connections.
If the ‘Service’ lamp continuously glows, please take the vehicle to a TATA MOTORS authorized service outlet.
8. Catalytic Converter.
9. EMS wiring harness i.e. electrical connections to all sensors and actuators.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
This Owner’s manual contains further information on driving
precautions and maintenance care leading to environment
protection. Please familiarize yourself with these aspects before driving.
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