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Rs. 3.21 to 5.75 lakh
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Tata Tiago Comparisons

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Tata Tiago Highlights

  • Exterior and Interior
  • Specifications
  • Variants
  • Competitors
  • ZigSays
The Tiago marked the renaissance for Tata Motors. Among the biggest reasons for its success is the clean and contemporary design. Elements such as the smoked out headlamps, a gloss black grille and the crisp character lines makes the Tiago look classy. There’s some funky hexagonal detailing all around, and ingredients such as the gloss-black spoiler spats add to the Tiago’s appeal. We wish the wheels were one size bigger, but that’s about our only grouse with the design.

Step inside and you’re welcomed by one of the most well-appointed cabins in the segment. There’s ample space for four occupants, and it wouldn’t mind squeezing in a fifth every now and then. Bootspace, rated at 242 litres is par for the course as well. Tata claims there’s a total of 22 cubby holes in the cabin, which is more than you’d ever use on a daily basis. The Tiago’s party trick is its 8-speaker Harman-tuned audio system that’s among the best we’ve heard this side of Rs 10 lakh. If you pick the bright colours such as the Orange or the Red, Tata lets you colour co-ordinate interior panels as well. Sweet!
The Tiago is available with a choice of two engine options - a 1.2-litre petrol and a 1.05-litre diesel. Both engines get a 5-speed manual transmission as standard, whereas the petrol motor can be had with a 5-speed AMT (automated manual transmission) in the top-spec XZA variant. The engines seem at ease inside the city, and have enough poke for the daily chores.

The hatchback is available in a total of 13 variants. The petrol range starts at Rs 3.21 lakh for the base-spec XB variant, and goes up to Rs 5.25 lakh for the XZA automatic. If it’s the diesel you’re eyeing, prices start at Rs 3.38 lakh and top out at Rs 5.64 lakh. We’d recommend you pick the XZ variant, purely because it’s the only one to offer anti-lock brakes. If you are on an absolute budget, the XT variant should meet your needs.

Maruti WagonR: Maruti’s tallboy is as practical as little hatches get. While it doesn’t have a diesel engine to offer, the petrol engine is known to be peppy, refined and economical. Like the Tiago, the WagonR offers the convenience of an AMT paired with its petrol engine.

Maruti Celerio: The Celerio was the first car to kick off the AMT revolution in India. The recipe is similar to that of the Tiago - compact dimensions, efficient and reliable engines and a whole lot of efficiency. It doesn’t have the zing of the Tiago, but is a no non-sense hatchback.

Nissan Micra Active: Among the most successful models globally, the Micra brings a polished recipe to India. Compact proportions, zippy engines and just about enough creature comforts to not let you whine. It is beginning to show its age, though.

The Tiago is the millennial in the Tata family. It’s practical and has a fun edge to it. More importantly, it’s the proverbial one-finger salute to those who believed Tata can make nothing more than the Indica.

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