Tata Tiago Vs Hyundai Grand i10 – Here is a specifications based comparison between the two popular hatchbacks
The first model to roll out under Tata’s IMPACT design theme was the entry level Tiago hatchback. Sporting new elements, the hatchback is a far cry from the older Tata cars inspired by Indica. With good mix of features and frugal engines, the aggressively priced Tiago puts itself in the crosshairs of other models positioned slightly above it. In this comparison, we pit Tiago with the Hyundai Grand i10 facelift which recently received cosmetic updates, additional features and the new 1.2-litre oil burner, have a look. Check out Tata Tiago Vs Hyundai Grand i10-price, features, specs & dimensions-
|Name of the Car||Price (ex-showroom, Delhi)|
|Tata Tiago||Rs 3.21 lakh to Rs 5.64 lakh|
|Hyundai Grand i10||Rs 4.55 lakh to Rs 7.30 lakh|
–Tata Tiago petrol variants are priced between Rs 3,21,005 to Rs 5,25,752.
-The Tiago diesel variants are priced in the range of Rs 3,88,380 to Rs 5,48,526.
-Hyundai Grand i10 petrol variants are priced from Rs 4.55 lakh to Rs 6.80 lakh.
-Diesel powered Grand i10 starts from Rs 5.63 lakh and goes up to Rs 7.30 lakh (all prices ex-showroom, Delhi).
|Specifications||Tata Tiago||Hyundai Grand i10|
|Petrol Engines||1.2L, Revotron with multi-drive modes||1.2L Kappa Dual VTVT|
|Diesel||1.05L Revotorq with multi-drive modes||1.2L U2 CRDi|
|Transmission||5-speed MT & AMT||5-speed MT & 4-speed AT|
-In terms of power, the 1.2L Revotron petrol engine used in Tiago makes 3bhp more power compared to the 1.2L Kappa unit in Grand i10.
-Hyundai’s new 1.2L oil burner is slightly ahead with 5bhp additional power over the Tiago’s 69bhp 1.05L oil burner.
– While Tiago comes with an AMT unit, the Grand i10 is available with an auto box.
|Model Name||Petrol Mileage km/l||Diesel Mileage km/l|
|Hyundai Grand i10||18.9||24|
–The petrol Tiago is rated at 23.8km/l against Grand i10’s 27.28km/l.
-Diesel-powered Tiago is claimed to return 27.28km/l opposed to Grand i10’s 24km/l. Also Read – Tata Tiago Vs Maruti Swift
|Dimensions||Tata Tiago||Hyundai Grand i10|
|Boot Space (Litres)||242||256|
-In terms of proportions, Grand i10 is slightly longer and taller, whereas Tiago is wider.
-Hyundai Grand i10 sits on a 25mm longer wheelbase and offers 14L of additional boot space over Tiago.
|Key Features||Tata Tiago||Hyundai Grand i10|
|Rear AC Vents||No||Yes|
|Touchscreen Infotainment system||No||Yes|
|Height adj. driver seat||Yes||Yes|
|Steering mounted audio & calling controls||Yes||Yes|
|Apple CarPlay & Android Auto||No||Yes|
|Rear wiper & washer||Yes||Yes|
-Tiago carline standard multi drive modes, with the Sport mode available only on the top-spec XZA variant with AMT.
-The Creep function that allows inching the car forward while you take your foot off the brake is reserved for the XZA AMT grade.
-Other prominent standard features include electric power tilt steering, remote fuel & tailgate opening, 100% flip & fold rear seats.
-Features such as one-shot down on driver side window, cooled glove-box and boot lamp are restricted to the top-spec XZA AMT grade.
-Connectivity features are offered from XT onwards while the ConnectNext Infotainment system by HARMAN with multiple options is offered with XT, XZ & XZA trims.
-The Tiago carline comes bereft of Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, albeit it gets Tata’s Juke Car App on the XT, XZ and XZA variants.
-Steering mounted audio & phone controls are specific to the XZ & XZA grades.
-The speed dependent volume control is offered from XT onwards.
-The Hyundai Grand i10 carline gets electric power steering, front power windows, front power outlet etc as standard bits.
-Top spec Asta variant features fully automatic air conditioner, rear wiper & washer, luggage lamp, push button start/stop, height adjuster for driver and adjustable rear seat headrests.
-Infotainment features are left out in Era and Magna.
-Sportz trim packs in 5.0-inch coloured touch screen audio, Bluetooth connectivity, mounted audio controls, Bluetooth, radio, USB & Aux-in and 4 speakers.
-The Sportz (O) and Asta additionally get a 7.0-inch touchscreen with smart phone navigation, Apple CarPlay, Android Auto, Mirror Link, voice recognition and mounted Bluetooth & voice recognition controls.
|Key Features||Tata Tiago||Hyundai Grand i10|
|Dual front airbags||Yes||Yes|
|ABS with EBD||Yes||ABS|
|Rear parking camera||No||Yes|
|Speed sensing auto door lock||Yes||No|
|Reverse parking sensor||Yes||Yes|
|All Disc brakes||No||No|
|NCAP Rating||NA||O Star Latin NCAP (2015)|
-The entry-level XB variant lacks primary safety features save for an immobilizer.
-Dual front airbags are standard on XZ & XZA variants, while it is optional across line-up save for XB trim.
-Speed dependent auto door locks are offered from XM onwards.
-Rear Defogger & rear parking sensors are offered from XT onwards.
-ABS with EBD & corner stability control come with XZ & XZA grades.
-Front fog lamps, rear defogger & rear smart wiper with washer are reserved for the XZ and XZA grades.
-Standard safety equipment on Grand i10 includes immobilizer & driver side airbag.
-Co-passenger airbags are offered from Sportz onwards.
-ABS without EBD and keyless entry with smart key is specific to the top-spec Asta trim.
-Impact sensing auto door lock is available from Magna onwards.
-Rear camera comes with Sportz (O) & Asta trims only.
-The made-in India base Grand i10 variant (for Chilean market) was crash tested by Latin NCAP in 2015, where it scored 0 star in adult safety and 2 stars in child safety.
-The Euro-spec model on the other hand earned 5-star rating by Euro NCAP.
-One must note that the facelifted Hyundai Grand i10 has not been crash tested yet.