Now, the Tata Tiago diesel has been with me for three months and I’ve already clocked more than 5,000kms. With a decent balance of city driving and highway hauls, the Tiago has been a peaceful car to live with so far. For a car that is just 3,746mm in length, the Tiago surprisingly makes ample of space on the inside. And it doesn’t compromise on the boot space either. In fact, at 242 litres its boot space is even larger than some cars like the Maruti Suzuki Swift. I am also starting to love the Harman sourced infotainment system that the Tiago comes fitted with. There is no jarring even at higher volumes and the speakers, to my liking, offer decent bass too. In fact, it won’t be too bold to say that the system is undoubtedly best-in-class.
But it isn’t all sunshine and roses for the Tiago. If you have been following my reports I had mentioned about the inconsistency in its quality and it is starting to show now. The 12v charging socket has come off and the left turn indicator doesn’t go off automatically either. While most things on the Tiago are just fine, these minor problems leave a sour taste, especially knowing that the car has just done around 10,000km on the odometer so far. The Tiago is now demanding a trip to the service centre and of course, once it is back, hopefully, all of these minor issues will be fixed.