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Tata Tiago XT Variant Removed From The Model Lineup

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Tata Tiago hatchback is available in four trims – XE, XM, XZ, XZA.

Tata Motors has scrapped out the XT variant of the Tiago hatchback. Now, the model lineup is available in four trims – XE, XM, XZ, XZA – with both diesel and petrol engine options. Prices of the petrol variants start from Rs 4.39 lakh and go up to Rs 6.21 lakh. The diesel models, on the other hand, are priced from Rs 5.24 lakh to Rs 6.61 lakh. All prices are ex-showroom, Delhi.

Recently, the home-grown carmaker updated the safety features of the Tiago. The hatchback gets dual airbags, CSC (corner stability control), ABS (anti-lock braking system) with EBD (electronic brake-force distribution) and rear parking sensors as standard equipment. The over-speeding and seat belt alerts along with seat belts with pretensioners and load limiters are made standard across the hatchback lineup.

The Tata Tiago hatchback will soon receive a mid-life update along with the Tigor sedan and Nexon subcompact SUV. Reports suggest that the carmaker will discontinue the 1.05L Revotorq diesel engine that does duty in the Tiago and Tigor. The updated versions of both the vehicles will be available with the BS6-ready 1.2L, 3-cylinder Revotron petrol engine.

The company is also working on the new-generation model of the Tata Tiago. The all-new version will ditch the existing X0 platform for the Alfa (Agile Light Flexible Advanced) platform. It’s the same architecture that underpins the upcoming Tata Altroz premium hatchback.

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