Monday, November 11

2019 Tata Tiago, Tigor Get ABS Standard


New BNSVAP (Bharat New Safety Vehicle Assessment Program) makes it mandatory for all cars to sport the ABS feature.

From January 2019, Tata Motors has started offering Anti Lock Braking System as a standard safety feature across all variants of the Tata Tiago and Tigor. Earlier, this ABS feature, along with EBD and Corner Stability Control were only offered in the XZ, XZA and XZ+ variants of Tiago and Tigor. Thanks to this addition, prices of the two cars have now been increased.

Following new safety regulations being initiated under the BNSVAP (Bharat New Safety Vehicle Assessment Program), cars in India are set to get safer. Anti Lock Braking System (ABS) is one such safety feature that has been made mandatory on all vehicles from 1st April 2019. Other safety features which are also mandatory as per the rule, include rear parking sensors, airbags and speed alert system.

Read more at rushlane.com.

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