Tata Tiago Summary
|Max Power||84 bhp @ 6000 rpm|
Tata Tiago Price List in India
Tata Tiago price start at ₹ 4.6 Lakh and goes up to ₹ 6.6 Lakh. Check out the entire Tata Tiago variants on-road price in India. Get more info on Tata Tiago new models, videos, latest news, and the up-to-date Tiago four wheeler ex-showroom price.
Tata Tiago Variants Price
|Tiago Variants||Ex-showroom Price||Compare|
|1199 cc, Petrol, Manual, 23.84 kmpl||₹ 4.6 Lakh|
|1199 cc, Petrol, Manual, 23.84 kmpl||₹ 5.2 Lakh|
|1199 cc, Petrol, Manual, 23.84 kmpl||₹ 5.7 Lakh|
|1199 cc, Petrol, Manual, 23.84 kmpl||₹ 5.99 Lakh|
|1199 cc, Petrol, Manual, 23.84 kmpl||₹ 6.1 Lakh|
|1199 cc, Petrol, Automatic, 23.84 kmpl||₹ 6.2 Lakh|
|1199 cc, Petrol, Automatic, 23.84 kmpl||₹ 6.49 Lakh|
|1199 cc, Petrol, Automatic, 23.84 kmpl||₹ 6.6 Lakh|
Tata Tiago Colours
- Victory Yellow
- Flame Red
- Pearlescent White
- Pure Silver
- Daytona Grey
- Tectonic Blue
Tata Tiago Videos
Tata Tiago Highlights
The small car segment is doing well with the likes of the Tata Tiago, Hyundai Santro, and Maruti Suzuki Celerio. The Tiago brings back memories in a way of what the brand achieved with the Indica back in 1998. And since it’s sold to taxi fleet operators, many don’t find the Indica desirable anymore. This is where the Tiago comes in – it’s a freshly developed product designed to appeal to the masses. It’s the company's entry-level model and is based on the updated XO platform. This little car has changed a lot for Tata in this particular segment, thanks to its cute appeal, well-built cabin, pliant suspension, and peppy engine. For 2020, the car has received some cosmetic updates and a BSVI-compliant petrol engine. Tata has ditched the diesel variants of the car, since it has no plans to produce small-capacity diesel anymore. The Tata Tiago’s prices have increased by ₹ 20,000 and ₹ 10,000, based on the engine and gearbox combinations.
A first glance reveals that the Tata Tiago new model looks chic and modern. The overall profile is very attractive and unlike any Tata you've ever seen. The large, sharp-looking headlamps are stretched all the way to the sides, on to the fenders and the grille gets the 'humanity line' underlining it with chrome, while the front bumper has been redesigned to look different from the car it replaces. It also gets high-set fog lamps and a redesigned air dam. Along the sides, the A-pillars have a nice flow to them, while the smoked B-pillars and raked C-pillars look really good. There's a sharp character line that runs across the sides of the car and adds a little muscle to the silhouette. At the rear, the edgy tail lamps look rather distinctive and the chiseled bumper houses a black plastic section in the lower half.
The Tata Tiago variants for the petrol model are as follows: XE, XT, XZ, XZA, XZ+, and XZA+. Features include a Harman infotainment system, that offers aux-in, follow-me-home headlamps, rear park assist with display, multi-drive modes, steering-mounted audio and phone controls, Android Auto and Apple CarPlay, cooled glove box, 7.0-inch touchscreen infotainment, USB and Bluetooth connectivity for telephone functions and audio streaming, the Juke Car app, rear parking sensors, a navigation app, height-adjustable driver's seat, and multi-information display. On the safety front, it comes equipped with dual front airbags, ABS with EBD and corner stability control.
For a car that fits into the small hatchback category, the cabin truly feels premium with a lot of soft-touch materials, body-coloured air-con vent surrounds and neat headliner fabric. The upholstery on the 2020 model is different from what you had on the older car, and the steering is sportier too. The levels of fit-and-finish are really good, and the seats offer decent support, while there is ample room at the front. Space at the rear, however, could've been better. We also liked the instrument cluster layout, and the steering wheel feels particularly nice to hold.
Engine Specifications & Performance
Powering the Tiago is a BSVI-compliant 1.2-litre, three-cylinder petrol engine that makes 84bhp of power and 113Nm of torque, paired to either a five-speed manual transmission or an AMT gearbox. It features two driving modes: Eco and City. The typical three-cylinder thrum is evident from the motor, and the performance on tap is more than adequate, but the engine has to be worked a bit in order to make the most of its power delivery, and the clutch is light. The AMT model is better suited for pottering about within city limits. The Tiago has a balanced ride and handles well too at a very aggressive Tata Tiago on-road price.
The Tata Tiago's ARAI-certified fuel efficiency figures are rated at 23.84kmpl for the petrol model.