Tata Tiago is available in 5 trim levels – XB, XE, XM, XT and XZ – priced between Rs. 3.20 lakh – Rs. 5.71 lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi).
With the all-new Tata Tiago hatchback, the home-grown automaker is aiming to project it as a personal vehicle maker, and the fact is realized practically in the improvised designing of the car.
November 26, 2016 – Launched in early 2016, the Tata Tiago hatchback has received an excellent response from car buyers in the country. Bookings for the small car have already crossed 50,000 mark while the waiting period stands at 3-4 months. The Tiago is an all-new car from the homegrown automaker, revealing company’s new design philosophy and future course. In order to capitalize on the growing popularity of the car, Tata is now planning to launch an AMT equipped version of the small car.
The new Tiago is available in 5 trim levels – XB, XE, XM, XT and XZ – and in both petrol and diesel fuel options. While the petrol version is priced in the range of Rs 3.20 lakh to Rs 4.92 lakh, the diesel range costs between Rs 3.95 lakh to Rs 5.71 lakh (ex-showroom Delhi). It is the third all-new product from the carmaker under its HORIZONEXT umbrella. The hatchback is also the first car to be based on Tata’s new IMPACT design philosophy.
Along with looks, solid build quality, feature-loaded cabin, two quite decent engines, and of course aggressively pricing made it an instant popular among buyers looking for an entry-level hatchback. Read More About: Tata Kite 5 Sedan | Tata Nexon Compact SUV | Tata Hexa Crossover
Launched at an introductory price of Rs 3.20 lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi), the Tata Tiago undercut both of its rivals – Maruti Suzuki Celerio and Hyundai i10. The new Tata hatch also competes against the Chevrolet Beat, Honda Brio and others in the segment. The Tata Tiago is available two powertrain options – a 1.05-litre Revotorq diesel (69.04bhp) and a 1.2-litre Revotron petrol (83.8bhp). These engines have been developed in-house, and are claimed to be high on refinement and performance.
|XB Petrol||Rs 3.20 lakh|
|XE Petrol||Rs 3.76 lakh|
|XM Petrol||Rs 4.06 lakh|
|XT Petrol||Rs 4.36 lakh|
|XZ Petrol||Rs 4.92 lakh|
|XB Diesel||Rs 3.95 lakh|
|XE Diesel||Rs 4.46 lakh|
|XM Diesel||Rs 4.86 lakh|
|XT Diesel||Rs 5.16 lakh|
|XZ Diesel||Rs 5.71 lakh|
High demand for the Tiago has proportionally increased its waiting period. Currently, the hatchback commands a waiting period of up to 4 months. With all safety and comfort features, the top-of-the-line variants are quite high in demand. Whereas, the base XE model has a waiting period of 9 weeks. One must note that the optional variants – XE (O) and XM (O) – are still not available in some cities.
|Engine||1.2-litre, three-cylinder Petrol|
|Maximum Power||83.8bhp @ 6,000rpm|
|Peak Torque||114Nm @ 3,500rpm|
|Engine||1.05-litre, three-cylinder Diesel|
|Maximum Power||69.04bhp @ 4,000rpm|
|Peak Torque||140Nm @ 1,800rom – 3,000rpm|
The Tiago comes in both petrol and diesel engine options. Power for the petrol version comes from a 1.2-litre, three-cylinder VCTi Revotron engine with DOHC arrangement. This gasoline unit produces 83.8bhp against 114Nm of peak torque. On the other hand, the diesel model comes fitted with a new 1.05-litre three-cylinder Revotorq motor producing 69.04bhp and 140Nm of peak torque.
Both the powertrains, with segment-first Multi-drive modes, are claimed to return superior fuel efficiency and peppy performance. The Tiago petrol returns an ARAI-certified mileage of 23.84kmpl, while the diesel model offers 27.28kmpl. The company has plans to bring in an AMT-equipped version as well at a later stage. Also Read: Upcoming Tata Cars in India – Complete List
The Tiago comes in six colours – Sunburst Orange, Platinum Silver, Striker Blue, Pearlescent White, Espresso Brown and Berry Red.
XB –Body colored bumpers, driver footrest, remote tail-gate opening, flip folding rear seat, remote tail-gate opening, flip folding rear seat, power steering, MID (distance to empty, average fuel efficiency), Eco and City mode, and engine immobilizer
XE (+ Features of XB) – Chrome garnish on grille, hub caps, AC with heater and 12V front power outlet
XM (+ Features of XE) – Power windows, follow-me-home lamps, rear parcel tray, speed sensing door locks and central and remote locking
XT (+ Features XM) – Body colored door handles with wind mirrors, full wheel caps, rear parking sensors, power adjust wing mirrors, Harman Infotainment system, fabric seat upholstery and driver seatbelt reminder
XZ (+ Features of XT) – Chrome garnish on front fog lamps, alloy wheels, ORVM with LED turn indicators, rear wash/wipe with defogger, steering mounted audio and telephony controls, knitted fabric on interior roof liner, driver’s seat height adjust, cooled glove box, ABS with EBD and corner stability control, dual front airbags and seatbelt with pretensioners
|Fuel Tank Capacity||35-liters|
Positioned between the Tata Bolt and the Nano, the Tiago features a contemporary styling. It the first product based on the company’s all-new design philosophy – IMPACT (Immediate IMPACT at first sight, Lasting IMPACT over time”). This design language will also be seen on other upcoming Tata cars including the Nexon and Kite 5. Based on the thoroughly modified XO platform, the new small car has been designed with inputs from Tata’s Pune, UK and Italy design studios.
The front fascia of the hatchback looks quite sporty featuring wide mesh grille and sweptback headlamps with smoked lens and black bezel and defogger in circular pattern. The company has done really well to give the Tiago an all-new look, which is completely different from the ageing Indica. The rear too looks modern and fresh with the horizontal tail-lamps, an integrated roof spoiler and body coloured bumpers. Other features include sloping rear windshield, body-coloured door handles and 10-spoke alloys with a groove on each alternate spoke.
The new Tata hatchback is assembled with 14-inch alloy wheels shod with 175/65 R14 front and rear tubeless tyres. The overall length, width and height of the hatchback measure 3,746mm, 1,647mm and 1,535mm respectively. With a wheelbase of 2,400mm, the car promises ample space for front and rear seats occupants. It has a ground clearance of 170mm that helps it handle all sorts of regular roads with ease. The hatchback has a fuel tank capacity of 35-litres.
The Tiago’s cabin seems to have taken its inspiration from the Zest compact sedan. The car has a dual-tone black and beige interior with a new dashboard integrated console and rectangular AC vents. There is ample cabin space for all passengers along with multiple storage areas here and there. The list of features include Zest-inspired multi-functional three-spoke power steering with audio and telephony controls, redesigned power window switches, and a revised gear-lever. The Tata Tiago hatchback also has multiple segment-first features to offer such as multi-drive mode – City and Eco, Juke-Car app and Smart phone enabled Turn-By-Turn navigation app.
Features like the next-generation Infotainment system by Harman, individual rear headrests, chromed air conditioning vents, turn indicators on wing mirrors, 60:40 split folding rear seats, front & rear power windows, steering mounted controls and electronically adjustable outside rear view mirrors (ORVMs) are exclusively offered on the higher trims. The Tata Tiago ensures passengers’ safety with dual front airbags, 9th generation ABS (anti-lock braking system) with EBD (electronic brake-force distribution), rear parking sensors with display on infotainment system, corner stability control and energy absorbing body structure. It has a boot capacity of 240-liters, and offers 22 utility spaces.
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Front – Independent; Lower Wishbone, McPherson Strut with Coil Spring
Rear – Semi-Independent, Twist beam with dual path strut
Front – Disc Brake
Rear – Drum Brake
Front – 175/65 R14 + Tubeless
Rear – 175/65 R14 + Tubeless