The Vauxhall Tigra was manufactured by Vauxhall, a motor company also known as Vauxhall Motors Limited. Being one of the oldest car manufacturing companies that is still established, Vauxhall is proud of every one of the vehicles that it has put on the market. The Tigra is no different. We have compiled a manual with everything you need to make repairs needed and keep your Tigra running to the best of its ability. Our Vauxhall Tigra repair manual will guide you through the process to keep your Tigra in top shape.
The Vauxhall Tigra was first introduced 1994 and produced until 2001. It then went on a little hiatus and was then reintroduced in 2004. The first Tigra was introduced as a 2 plus 2 seating style. The coupe style showed off a more sporty side of the Vauxhall Motor Company. It was introduced with two different engine options, the 1.4 liter and a 1.6 liter.
The Tigra was introduced for a second time in 2004 and was in production until 2009. The coupe was just as popular a second time around and kept its sporty look. A sleek new exterior was sure to catch the eye. It had the choice of either a 1.4 liter or 1.8 liter engine. In 2005 an economical diesel version was introduced as well. A retractable hardtop was offered and added to the sporty look of the Tigra.
Keeping up with regular maintenance is important to keeping this no longer produced car in tip top shape. Our Vauxhall Tigra service manual is full of step by step instructions to get you going.