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The Tata Tiago made its debut in the Indian market on 20th January, way back in the year 2016, with the name of Tata ‘Zica’. However, due to the close resemblance of the name of the Zika virus, Tata renamed the Zica as the Tiago a little later. Over the years, the Tiago has witnessed multiple updates and new variant launches. In 2017, Tata equipped the Tiago with an AMT gearbox option. In 2018, Tata launched the NRG trim of the Tiago, which was essentially a crossover-like version of the Tiago with some cosmetic updates.
In 2018, Tata Motors, under a joint venture with Jayem Automotives, created JT Special vehicles responsible for launching the JTP versions of the Tiago; performance-oriented variants that featured a punchy 114 hp 1.2 litre turbocharged engine. However, this venture was shut down before the BS-VI transition phase. The Tata Tiago was also launched in the year 2020, marking the BS-VI transition of the Tiago. Tata motors also axed out the 70 hp 1.1 litre Revotorq diesel engine of the Tiago in the facelift update.
After the BS-VI update, the Tata Tiago is offered with only one engine - a 1.2 liter (1199 cc) Revotron three-cylinder petrol engine that churns out 85 hp of max power and 140 Nm of peak torque.
Currently, Tata Motors is offering the Tiago with a petrol engine only.
The Tata Tiago comes with the choice of a 5 speed manual and AMT gearbox.
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The Tata Tiago is currently one of the most value-for-money hatchbacks that you can buy in India. In 2020, Tata recently launched the facelifted version of the Tiago with the BS-VI compliant engine. The BS-VI transition marked the end of the diesel engine of the Tiago and also the performance-centric JTP variants. The BS-VI updated NRG trim of the Tiago has also been launched recently. Furthermore, unlike most other Tata models, the Tiago doesn't get the dark edition trim.
The Tata Tiago comes in a total of 11 variants. This includes 7 manual and 4 Automatic variants - XE, XT option, XT, XT Limited edition, XZ, XTA AMT, XZ Plus, XZ Plus Dual Tone Roof, XZA AMT, XZA Plus AMT, XZA Plus Dual Tone Roof AMT. The Tiago is available in five different colors - Pure Silver, Arizona Blue, Pearlescent White, and Flame Red.
The top features on the Tata Tiago include automatic climate control, 8-speaker Harman audio system, height adjustability for the driver's seat, 7.0 inch touch screen with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto connectivity, digital instrument cluster, power windows, steering mounted controls, and electrically foldable ORVMs. The Tiago is equipped with safety features like front airbags, ABS with EBD, CSC, and rear parking camera.
The Tata Tiago is priced between Rs 4.99 lakhs ex-showroom to 7.04 lakhs ex-showroom. It competes against rivals like the Maruti Suzuki Wagon R, Maruti Suzuki Celerio, Hyundai Santro, Maruti Suzuki Swift, Hyundai Grand i10 Nios, and Datsun Go.
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The Tata Tiago comes with a bucket list of features on offer. It even has multiple best-in-class features like a rear parking camera, height adjustability for the driver seat, digital instrument cluster, automatic climate control, Harman 8 speaker Audio system, and 7.0 inch touch screen infotainment system with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto connectivity.
With a crash test safety rating of stars from Global Ncap, the Tata Tiago is the safest car in its segment and one of the safest in the segments above.
The Tiago’s cabin has multiple storage spaces on offer.
The Tata Tiago has the most stylish and appealing exterior design in its segment.
The Tiago boasts a sturdy build quality, and it gives you that build-to-last feel.
The tighter dimensions and easy handling makes the Tiago a great city driver.
The Tata Tiago is surprisingly fun around corners with its slightly stiff suspension setup, controlled body roll, and accurate handling.
The interior of the Tiago has a lot of hard and tacky plastic, and some parts even start to rattle over time.
Owing to its tighter dimensions, the Tiago’s cabin is not the most spacious in the segment. Plus, the all-black interior theme and small glass areas rob the airy feel of the cabin.
The AMT gearbox is not at all sleek-shifting and has a lot of lag. It doesn't put the power well on roads.
Despite being a 85 hp 1.2 litre engine, the Tiago’s engine lacks punch and enthusiasm.
The 1.2 litre petrol motor on the Tiago lacks refinement. It gets way too noisy when revved a bit hard.
With a price range of almost 4.99 lakhs to 7.04 lakhs ex-showroom, the Tiago is the most value for small money hatchback in its segment. Though it's priced slightly higher than the Celerio, Wagonr, and the Go, it is a way better package than all of these cars. In fact, it matches the quality of the Swift, and the Nios, which are priced higher than it.
Tata has been top-notch with its affordable hatchback offering in the Indian market, the Tata Tiago. It is the perfect option if you are looking for a safe, reliable, and feature-loaded family car. The Tiago is the first Tata product to carry its impact design philosophy, and it is undoubtedly a looker. However, it is on the inside where the Tiago truly shines. With loads of passenger assistance and comfort features on offer, the cabin of the Tiago feels to be quite a premium place to be in, though the car's sticker price may suggest otherwise. However, plastic quality isn't the best inside the cabin, and space is limited. The 1.2 litre engine on the Tiago performs decently, but it isn't very refined and rev-friendly. Overall, the Tiago is an attractive, well-balanced package, especially with its four-star safety rating from Global Ncap.
The Tata Tiago outshines its competitors in terms of safety, features, and driving dynamics. When compared against the other cars in its segment, the Tiago throws everything and the kitchen sink at you. Moreover, like other Tata cars, the level of safety that the Tiago offers is top-notch. It's even safer than some cars in the segment above.
The Tata Tiago has a bunch of features on offer. From the 8-speaker Harman audio system, 7-inch touch screen, automatic climate control and height adjustability for the driver's seat to power-folding side mirrors and steering mounted controls, the Tiago has all the essential features and more. In terms of performance, the Tiago is pretty adequate, and it gets your daily commute done. But the engine isn't particularly punchy to drive, and combined with the laggy AMT transmission, the driving experience can be a bit dull. Refinement too takes a backseat when you try to extract the maximum punch from the engine. However, handling and driving dynamics are surprisingly impressive for this small hatchback. As far as fuel economy is concerned, the Tiago has an ARAI claimed fuel economy of 23.8 km/l.
If you are looking for an affordable family hatchback that looks appealing, is packed with features, and most importantly, ranks high in terms of safety, the Tiago is the car for you. However, the Tiago won't be a sensible choice if you are looking for a fun-to-drive and performance-centric car.
The safety features on the Tata Tiago include dual front airbags, ABS with EBD, Cornering Stability Control (CBS), and rear parking camera. However, it lacks features such as Electronic Stability Control (ESC) and ISOFIX child seats. The Tiago has scored a 4-star crash test rating when tested by the Global NCAP. The Tiago is the safest model in its segment.
Body Type Hatchback
Fuel Type Diesel
ARAI Mileage 27.28 kmpl
Seating Capacity 5
Tata Tiago comes with Automatic Climate Control feature. This feature maintains the cabin temperature at the set level. Thus both the comfort and convenience of the driver and passengers are taken care of.
Tata Tiago didn't come with a sunroof earlier. However, some additional features were added, later on, sunroof being one among them. The price of this company fitted, pop up sunroof ranges from Rs 30,000 to Rs 1,00,000.
Tata Tiago comes in both diesel and petrol variants. For diesel variants, the ARAI mileage is 27.28kmpl on highways and 23.28 in the city. For petrol variants, the ARAI mileage is 23.84kmpl on highways and 19.22kmpl in the city.
The base model of petrol version is Tata Tiago XE. Its price is Rs 4.40 lakh. The price of the base model of the diesel version is Rs 5.25 lakh.
Tata Tiago is available in 16 variants. In the petrol version, the topmost model is Tata Tiago XZA plus dual tone which is priced at Rs 6.37 lakh. The topmost diesel model is XZ plus dual-tone diesel which is priced at Rs 6.77lakh.
Tata Tiago comes in 88 different tyre models. The standard tyre size is 175/65 R 14.
A good music system is all you need to make your journey pleasant. The infotainment system of Tata Tiago is based on Tata's Connect Next Platform. It has JBL branded speakers with high-quality audio, USB ports to connect Pendrive and Aux-in for external media devices.
Kerb weight of petrol variant ranges from 930-1012kg. For the diesel variant, curb weight ranges from 1030-1080kg.
It measures 3746mm in length, 1647 in width and 1535 in height. It has a wheelbase measurement of 2400mm and ground clearance of 165mm with R13 wheels.
Tata Tiago is available in both manual and automatic transmission. The automatic transmission is available in XZA, XZA plus, XZA plus dual-tone variant. For the petrol version, both 5-speed Manual and AMT transmission is available. For the diesel version, a 5-speed manual transmission is available.