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Tata Tiago

Rs 3.24 - Rs 5.78 Lakh
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Performance
Engine 1047 cc
Mileage 27.28 kmpl
 
Safety
Anti-Lock Braking System Yes
Driver Airbag Yes
 
Engine
Turbo Charger Yes
 
Entertainment
USB & Aux Yes
Integrated 2DIN Audio Yes
 
EMI
Duration 60 months
EMI Rs 6,273 /mo.
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Showing information of Tata Tiago 1.05 Revotorq XZ - Diesel variant

Recent Updates of Tata Tiago

Tata's latest hatchback, the Tiago, has done well in the Indian market. Prices for the Tiago start from Rs 3.2 lakh and go up to Rs 5.5 lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi). It is available with both petrol and diesel engines. The 1.05-litre diesel engine makes 70PS of maximum power and 140Nm of maximum torque. The 1.2-litre petrol engine dishes out 85PS of maximum power and 114Nm of peak torque. Both the diesel and petrol engines get a 5-speed manual transmission. Tata is expected to equip the Tiago with an AMT transmission soon, but before that, the Indian carmaker will launch Tiago-based sub-4m sedan, Tigor.

Price List of Tata Tiago

Variant (Ex-Showroom Price)  
Diesel Variant(s)
1.05 Revotorq XT Option
1047 cc, 69 bhp, 27.28 kmpl Diesel
Rs 5.28 Lakh*
1.05 Revotorq XZ WO Alloy
1047 cc, 69 bhp, 27.28 kmpl Diesel
Rs 5.61 Lakh*
1.05 Revotorq XE
1047 cc, 69 bhp, 27.28 kmpl Diesel
Rs 4.5 Lakh*
1.05 Revotorq XM
1047 cc, 69 bhp, 27.28 kmpl Diesel
Rs 4.91 Lakh*
1.05 Revotorq XT
1047 cc, 69 bhp, 27.28 kmpl Diesel
Rs 5.22 Lakh*
1.05 Revotorq XB
1047 cc, 69 bhp, 27.28 kmpl Diesel
Rs 3.99 Lakh*
1.05 Revotorq XE Option
1047 cc, 69 bhp, 27.28 kmpl Diesel
Rs 4.58 Lakh*
1.05 Revotorq XZ
1047 cc, 69 bhp, 27.28 kmpl Diesel
Rs 5.78 Lakh*
1.05 Revotorq XM Option
1047 cc, 69 bhp, 27.28 kmpl Diesel
Rs 4.98 Lakh*
Petrol Variant(s)
1.2 Revotron XE Option
1199 cc, 84 bhp, 23.84 kmpl Petrol
Rs 3.88 Lakh*
1.2 Revotron XM
1199 cc, 84 bhp, 23.84 kmpl Petrol
Rs 4.11 Lakh*
1.2 Revotron XT Option
1199 cc, 84 bhp, 23.84 kmpl Petrol
Rs 4.48 Lakh*
1.2 Revotron XB
1199 cc, 84 bhp, 23.84 kmpl Petrol
Rs 3.24 Lakh*
1.2 Revotron XT
1199 cc, 84 bhp, 23.84 kmpl Petrol
Rs 4.42 Lakh*
1.2 Revotron XZ
1199 cc, 84 bhp, 23.84 kmpl Petrol
Rs 4.99 Lakh*
1.2 Revotron XM Option
1199 cc, 84 bhp, 23.84 kmpl Petrol
Rs 4.18 Lakh*
1.2 Revotron XZ WO Alloy
1199 cc, 84 bhp, 23.84 kmpl Petrol
Rs 4.82 Lakh*
1.2 Revotron XE
1199 cc, 84 bhp, 23.84 kmpl Petrol
Rs 3.8 Lakh*

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    Keval Sharma Apr 06, 2016

    Test Drove the new car yesterday at my dealership in Delhi. I have been told the car got launched today and this is my honest review of the car. I currently own a Hyundai Santro and want to upgrade to a diesel car but have a limited budget. The design is really new and will keep families happy. I happened Read More

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Colors of Tata Tiago

  • Berry Red

  • Espresso Brown

  • Pearl White

  • Pearlescent White

  • Platinum Silver

  • Striker Blue

  • Sunburst Orange

Mileage of Tata Tiago

Variant Mileage (City) Mileage (Highway)
Diesel 23.28 kmpl 27.28 kmpl
Petrol 19.24 kmpl 23.84 kmpl

Review of Tata Tiago

The Tata Tiago is the Indian car maker's all-new product for the mid-size hatchback market.The Tiago has been developed from scratch and is based on an all-new platform. It got global design inputs from Pune, UK and Italy studios and has a fresh design theme, never before seen on Tata cars. There is a new multifaceted Tata emblem and the signature hexagonal grille takes centre stage up front with angular and swept back headlamps on either side. These look nice and up the ‘classy’ quotient. Well sculpted bumper with chrome surrounds for the fog lamps wraps up the front design.

The side profile of the Tiago reminds us of a lot of hatchbacks but yet, it remains unique. The rear view mirrors get integrated indicators, the shoulder line is crisp and runs upwards into the tail lamps. The car comes with a 175/65 set-up on 14-inch wheels. 

The rear design of the Tiago has wrap around tail lamps, angular boot lid and blackened out middle part of the bumper that sets the Tiago apart from the current crop of Rs 4-6 lac hatchbacks.

Step inside the Tata Tiago and it continues to impress you. The fit and finish of the cabin is top notch with the best in its segment. The design of the fascia imparts a ‘classy’ feel and there is enough space to keep your knick-knacks and essentials in cubby holes and cup holders installed throughout the car. 

The Tata Tiago gets a driver info display that shows distance to empty (DTE), average and instantaneous economies. The steering is on the larger side but gets controls for the audio system and Bluetooth telephony. The talking point here is the fully loaded infotainment system that also syncs with your phone to run navigation signs on a small screen. Audio quality in the Tiago is rather impressive. The bass thump, vocals and overall delivery is top notch.

The manually controlled air-conditioning unit sits below the infotainment system and the overall touch and feel of buttons inside the cabin of the Tata Tiago is satisfactory.

On the space front, the TataTiago feels nice up front. Seats are comfortable offering ample headroom and give an airy feel due to large windows. Move to the back and you instantly take note of the slightly higher seating. This combined with large windows means that rear passengers will not feel claustrophobic at all. Head room is not an issue in the Tiago but limited shoulder room means the rear seat is strictly for well-built adults only.

242 litres of boot space means you can throw in a reasonable amount of luggage in the Tata Tiago.

The Tiago comes with a choice of two new engines. Both the units are 3-cylinder motors and have been named Revotorq and Revotron for 1.05-litre diesel and 1.2-litre petrol respectively. The diesel engine has an aluminium head and a cast iron block that produces 70PS of power and 140Nm of torque. While these are healthy figures, the Tiago is also a heavy car with a kerb weight of 1080 kgs for the diesel version. As a result, outright acceleration is nice but not excellent.

The 5-speed manual gearbox is an improved version of the current TA65 gearbox and works rather well. The petrol motor has a displacement of 1199cc with 85PS of power and 114Nm of torque. and is a great unit that loves being revved. The motor is loud (on the outside as well as inside) but that’s about the only grouse we have with it.

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Tata Tiago : Extensive review plus picture gallery

  • Overview
  • Interior
  • Exterior
  • Mileage Running Cost
  • Comfort Suspension
  • Engine Performance
  • Braking Safety

Interior

The fit and finish of the cabin in the Tata Tiago is impressive.Tata has worked hard in getting things right and there are no complaints in this regards. The design of the fascia is great and works well in imparting that ‘classy’ feel. There is enough space to keep you mobile and wallet in the slot in front of the gear lever, two cup holders followed by another place to keep a bottle and more stuff behind the hand brake lever. The door pads can also hold couple of 500ml water bottles easily. And then there is the cooled glovebox and another cubby hole below the right air vent. In terms of features, the Tata Tiago gets a driver info display that shows distance to empty (DTE), average and instantaneous fuel economy. The steering is on the larger side but gets controls for the audio system and Bluetooth telephony. For the top-end variants,a fully loaded infotainment system that also syncs with your phone to run navigation signs on the small screen in the unit will also be available. Audio quality in the Tata Tiago is definitely the best in the segment. Bass thump, vocals and overall delivery is top notch.The manually controlled air-conditioning sits below the infotainment system and seemed to work well. The overall touch and feel of buttons inside the cabin of the Tiago is satisfactory. The side air vents of the air-conditioning unit is colour coded with the exterior to accentute the feeling of a premium hatchback.

On the space front, the Tata Tiago feels nice up front. Seats are comfortable and supportive. There is ample headroom and due to large windows, the airy feel inside the cabin is enhanced. Move to the back and you instantly take note of the slightly higher seating. This combined with large windows means that rear passengers will not feel claustrophobic at all. The rear seating is also comfortable for two adults who can be seated with comfort. 242 litres of boot space is generous.

  • What we like

    The Tata Tiago's interior has been well designed and offers cubbyholes and pockets to keep your knick-knacks, that too in many places. The rear is as comfortable as the front with a higher seating position and large windows. Although, the car lacks

  • What we dislike

    The only grouse in the Tata Tiago is the lack of rear air-conditining vents but the cooling of the air-conditioning is not at all complaining. 

Exterior

The Tata Tiago got global design inputs from Pune, UK and Italy studios and has a fresh design theme, never before seen on Tata cars. There is a new multifaceted Tata emblem and the signature hexagon grill takes centre stage up front with angular and swept back headlamps on either side. A well sculpted bumper with chrome surrounds for the fog lamps wraps up the front design. The side profile of the Tata Tiago reminds us of a lot of hatchbacks but yet, it remains unique. The rear view mirrors get integrated indicators, the shoulder line is crisp and runs upwards into the tail lamps. The rear design of the Tata Tiago is rather impressive. Wrap around tail lamps, angular boot lid and blackened out middle part of the bumper and the spoiler set theTata Tiago apart from its competition.

  • What we like

    A rather impressive design language has been used on the Tata Tiago which is a refreshing change from the Indian car maker. To complement the swept-back headlamps and the signature hexagon grill, a well sculpted bumper with chrome surrounds for th

  • What we dislike

    The Tata Tiago is a rather impressive on the outside. Although, the side could use a touch of chrome/plastic.

Mileage Running Cost

The economy figures are yet to be tested in real world conditions. Tata claims that the 1.2-litre Revotron powered variants of the Tiago have a fuel-efficiency figure of 23.84 kmpl, while the 1.05-litre Revotorq powered variants return 27.28 kmpl

Comfort Suspension

The Tata Tiago gets an independent front and semi-independent rear suspension set-up. The combination of added weight and finely tuned suspension gives the Tata Tiago a remarkable ride quality. We drove the car over various road surfaces in Goa and came back impressed. Keep in mind that this is a 5 lac rupee hatchback and you feel nice as a driver. It’s better than the Celerio but not as good as the Grand i10 though. Further, over broken tarmac, road and suspension noise intrudes into the cabin and was a tad too much for my liking. At triple digit speeds, there is a fair amount of wind noise too. But for daily urban usage, the Tiago scores high marks. The Celerio and Grand i10 have a shorter turning radius though.

  • What we like

    The comfort in the Tata Tiago is uncompromised and can tackle urban trails with ease. This is courtesy an independent front and semi-independent rear suspension set-up which translates into a remarkable ride quality.

  • What we dislike

    The Tata Tiago is comfortable to ride and drive. However, over broken roads the NVH levels would be slightly high. That said, the Tata Tiago is good for urban use. 

Engine Performance

The Tata Tiago comes with a choice of two new engines- two 3-cylinder motors, a 1047cc Revotorq diesel and a 1199cc Revotron petrol. The diesel puts out 70 PS of power and 140 Nm of torque. While these are healthy figures, the Tata Tiago has a kerb weight of 1080 kgs which means outright acceleration is nice but not excellent. Mid-range of the diesel version is fantastic and you can build up speeds easily.

The petrol Tata Tiago has a displacement of 1199cc with 85PS of power and 114Nm of torque which is a great motor that loves being revved. The motor is loud (on the outside as well as inside) but that’s about the only grouse we have with it. Both fuel options come with city and eco modes.

  • What we like

    Both, petrol and diesel, engines of the Tata Tiago are frugal and descent performing units and come with eco and sport modes like other Tata cars. 

  • What we dislike

    NVH on both, petrol and diesel, engines are a let-down. Other than than, the Tata Tiago scores high marks in every department.

Braking Safety

The Tata Tiago in its petrol and diesel engine options, handles pretty well despite its kerb weight and there is minimum body roll. The Tiago gets an independent front and semi-independent rear suspension set-up. The combination of added weight and finely tuned suspension gives the Tiago a remarkable ride quality. For daily urban usage, the Tata Tiago scores high marks. In the braking department, the Tata Tiago has excellent braking quality on both engine options and inspires confidence to the driver.

The Tiago comes with dual front airbags along with ABS and EBD. It also gets what Tata terms as Corner Stability Control system that enhance safety. Apart from these, the Tiago also gets speed sensing auto door locks, clutch lock, follow me headlamps etc. It also has warning and indicators for door open display, in-gear and shift indicator, low fuel light, driver seatbelt reminder and many more features like the ones present in the competition in the mid-size premium hatchback segment.

  • What we like

    Handling on the Tata Tiago is very impressive with minimum body roll. Braking inspires confidence and the Tata Tiago comes equipped with Dual Airbags for the driver and the front passenger. 

  • What we dislike

    Diesel could have a tad more handling capabilities. 

News of Tata Tiago

Tata Tiago Sport Is Being Developed, Coming Soon

Hot hatch enthusiasts, listen up! It is being reported that Tata is developing a hot version of the popular Tiago hatchback - with power levels reportedly surpassing 120PS! In the past, Tata has shown interest in developing sportier versions of its offerings in the market - the Bolt Sport shown at the 2016 Indian Auto Expo was the latest one of the many concepts that the company has shown to gauge customer-interest. Tata had plans to bring the Bolt Sport in the country sometime in the latter part of 2016, but these plans seem to have been shelved. The standard... Read More

Posted On | Aug 17, 2016 | 161 Views

Tata Took 11 Contest Winners to meet Lionel Messi in Barcelona

As a part of the #Tiago11 promotional campaign, the company flew eleven lucky winners to meet Lionel Messi Lucky winners with Lionel Messi Last year, Tata Motors became the talk of the town when it roped in international football sensation Lionel Messi as the global brand ambassador for its passenger cars. The television and print ad of the recently launched Tata Tiago also featured Lionel Messi. Now, as a part of the company's #Tiago11 promotional campaign, the company flew eleven lucky winners to Barcelona, Spain to meet Lionel Messi. The contest was conducted through social media channels like Facebook and... Read More

Posted On | May 27, 2016 | 1236 Views

Tata Tiago: Variant-wise breakdown and which one you should get

Tata Tiago Tata has a winner on its hands. There, I said it before I start praising the car so you don't have to keep reading for the verdict. The Tiago is a departure from Tata's previous products and strategies. Tata Motors is in the process of revamping its image, products lineup and positioning under the leadership of its new CEO and Managing Director, Guenter Butschek. His international experience working with big brands like Mercedes-Benz and Airbus reflects through the very first product launch during his reign. So let's dig deeper to examine each variant of the Tiago and see... Read More

Posted On | Apr 07, 2016 | 2253 Views
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