Rs. 4.6 - 6.6 Lakh
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Tata Tiago Latest Updates

Tata Motors has rolled out the ‘Keys To Safety’ initiative in which customers can purchase a Tata Tiago with an EMI plan that starts at only Rs 5,000 per month for a period of 6 months. This EMI amount for a loan amount of up to Rs 5 lakh then gradually increases over a 5 year maximum tenure period. Customers can also avail of three options for their final EMI. The first one is paying the final amount in full , i.e. around Rs 90,000 on a loan of Rs 5 lakh and taking full ownership of the car. The second option is returning the vehicle to financing partner Tata Motors Finance in case of any financial difficulty. The final option is choosing to refinance the final EMI.

The Global New Car Assessment Program has awarded the Tata Tiago and Tigor a 5-star safety rating for adult occupant protection. This makes the Tiago the safest car in its segment.

The 2020 Tata Tiago is a compact hatchback which costs between Rs 4.40 lakh and Rs 6.60 lakh (ex-showroom). The Tiago is currently Tata’s entry-level model in India.

Tiago Specifications

In the BS6 era, the Tiago is powered by a single 1.2-litre Revotron petrol engine. It produces 86PS of power and 113Nm of torque. You can have it with a 5-speed manual or a 5-speed AMT automatic gearbox. Although we haven’t tested the Tiago’s fuel efficiency yet, we expect a figure of around 18-19kmpl.

Tiago Variants

The Tiago is available in four trim levels: XE, XT, XZ, and XZ+. The AMT automatic is exclusive to the XZ and XZ+ variants.

Tata offers six colour options: Flame Red, Pearlsent White, Victory Yellow, Pure Silver, Tectonic Blue, and Daytona Grey.

Tiago Features

For the 2020 model year, Tata has given the Tiago a mild facelift. It now looks like a baby Altroz at the front with its shark-nose grille and redesigned headlamps. It wears 15-inch diamond-cut alloys. Inside, the Tiago has an updated 7-inch Harman-sourced touchscreen infotainment screen with Android Auto and Apple CarPlay. It has an 8-speaker (4 component speaker) Harman audio system, too. Other features include a digital instrument cluster, automatic climate control, electrically adjustable and folding outer rearview mirrors, cooled glovebox, steering-mounted audio, and telephony controls. The Tiago has a 242-litre boot. On the safety front, the Tiago has dual airbags, ABS, and EBD, as well as a reversing camera and rear parking sensors.

Tata Tiago Competitors

The 2020 Tata Tiago rivals the Hyundai Santro, Maruti Suzuki Swift and Wagon R, and the Hyundai Grand i10 Nios.

Tata Tiago Price

The price of Tata Tiago starts at Rs. 4.6 Lakh and goes upto Rs. 6.6 Lakh. The price of petrol variant of Tiago ranges between Rs. 4.6 Lakh to Rs. 6.6 Lakh. Tata Tiago is available in 8 variants and 6 different colours.

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Tiago XE
1199 cc | Petrol | Manual
Rs. 4.6 Lakh
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Tiago XT
23.84 kmpl | Petrol | Manual
Rs. 5.2 Lakh
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Tiago XZ
23.84 kmpl | Petrol | Manual
Rs. 5.7 Lakh
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Must Read Questions & Answers Before Buying Tiago

Q. After market Central locking and power window installation affects warranty - Tiago?
  • Yes. Generally, such aftermarket retro fitments hamper the car's warranty. So for better clarity, we would suggest you to exchange your words with the authorized service center. Check out authorised dealership details.
Q. Which is the better option to buy Tiago AMT and Wagon R AMT ?
  • Both the car are good enough. If we talk about Tata Tiago, it has one of the most attractive designs at this price point. Great build quality and the 4-stars in Global NCAP speaks highly about safety. Its AMT works well and but not that smooth as compared to Wagon R AMT. Also, you might feel some lagging at high speed and overtakes. On the other hand, the WagonR continues to be a sensible practical hatchback. It has good feature list, more powerful and safer than before and it is spacious too. Its engine is smooth and more practical for family. You may compare both cars according to their variants too. Do take a test drive in order to get better clarity.
Q. Will Tata Tiago come in BS6 Diesel ?
  • As of now, there is no official update from the brand to introduce a diesel engine to Tiago and we too do not expect the arrival of Tiago Diesel anytime soon.
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Q. Which is better engine between Swift and Tata Tiago?
  • Both engines are good enough. Maruti Swift is powered by a BS6 4-Cylinder 1.2-litre petrol unit that churns out 83PS of power and 113Nm of torque. It comes with the option of a 5-speed manual and a 5-speed AMT gearbox. On the other hand, Tiago gets a BS6-compliant 3-Cylinder 1.2-litre petrol engine that puts out 86PS of power and 113Nm of torque. Transmission options remain the same - a 5-speed manual or AMT. Both engines deliver similar power performance and fuel efficiency but Maruti's 1.2 liter engine is more refined and smooth as compared to Tata's 1.2 liter petrol unit. Do take a test drive in order to get better clarity. Check out authorised dealership details.
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Q. Serious confusion: I want an AMT, mostly will be driving in the city. I have shortlisted Maruti Swift ZXI AMT 2020 and Tata Tiago XZA plus 2020. What should i opt for between the two cars? Parameters looking for are safety, mileage, comfort and driving experience. (Am 6 feet tall).
  • The Maruti Suzuki Swift is back to its sporty roots, with the chassis tuned for handling than outright comfort. It is an enthusiast car, without compromising on space, practicality and efficiency. So it would be a great pick if you are looking for a comfortable, fun to drive car. On the other hand, if we talk about Tata Tiago, it has one of the most attractive designs at this price point. Great build quality and the 4-stars in Global NCAP speaks highly about safety. So, it would be a great pick if your priority is looks and safety. In terms of fuel efficiency, Tiago and Swift deliver similar figures in the city i.e. 16.04 kmpl and 16.1 kmpl respectively. Also, Maruti Swift ZXI Amt offers Remote Trunk Opener, Engine Start Stop Button, Brake Assist, Anti Theft Alarm, Isofix Child Seat Mounts, Outside Temperature Display etc which are absent in Tiago XZA Plus AMT. While over Swift ZXI AMT, Tiago XZA Plus AMT offers Adjustable Headrest, Seat Lumbar Support, Glove Box Cooling, Voice Control, One Touch Operating Power Window, Rear Camera, Follow Me Home Headlamps, Impact Sensing Auto Door Unlock, 7 inch Touch Screen infotainment system with Android Auto and Apple CarPlay etc. Ultimately, it boils down to your needs and priorities. You may compare both the cars according to their variants too. Do take a test drive before the final call. Check out authorised dealership details.
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Q. Should I buy Tiago XZA or Altroz XE rythm variant? I am confused between comfort and premium hatchback. Tiago XZA providing all the features but it is a hatchback and Altroz is a premium hatchback I can upgrade it after market. Please suggest which should I buy? Also tell me your choice between tiago xza or nios xma.
  • If we talk about Tata Tiago, it offers a huge package of comfort and safety features. But there are some features which can't be added afterwards like Key In Reminder, Corner Stability Control, Height Adjustable Driver Seat, etc. On the other hand, if we talk about Tata Altroz XE,As the entry-level variant of the Altroz, the XE doesn’t offer much in terms of comfort. But if you’re stretching your budget for a premium hatchback instead of a mid-spec mid-size hatchback, it is worth considering. In fact, it is the most affordable BS6-compliant offering in the segment as of now with the introductory prices.With the Rhythm Pack(Rs 25,000) you get an infotainment system to the XE variant with a 3.5-inch display, 2 speakers, and Bluetooth connectivity. It also adds dual horn and remote key features to the XE variant of the Altroz. We would not recommend this package as third-party audio systems with more features are readily available in the market at a lower price.Moreover, we would suggest you to take a test drive in order to clear your all doubts. check out the authorised dealership details.
  • Altroz will be better option. I own xza. I will suggest a step up. Basics are same. You can add features of your taste later.
  • Tiago xza is better choice
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Editor's View of Tata Tiago

  • Upside

    One of the most attractive designs at this price point. Great build quality and the 4-stars in Global NCAP speaks highly about safety

  • Downside

    Three cylinder engines lack punch and are noisy. Not as spacious as rivals.

Tiago Detailed Review

Before we start, let us just wind the clock back a little bit. The day is December 31, 1998, and Tata Motors has just launched the first real Indian-designed and built passenger car, the Indica. And although most people in the country might not really consider it to be an important car, with well over a million units sold in India and across the world, the Indica is definitely a very important car in India’s automotive history. And now, 17 years later, here is another car from the house of Tata Motors. A car that will, in principle, be an erstwhile replacement for the aging Indica. This then is the brand new Tata Tiago.

Also Read - Tata Tiago launched at Rs 3.20 lakh

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Exterior styling rating_4.0_rating

The Tiago really is one of the best looking hatchbacks we have seen in a long time. With a really good balance between a conventional hatchback design like the Alto has, and a tall boy design like the Wagon R, the Tiago’s proportions are quite on point. The grille on this top of the line version is finished in gloss black with great little details like hexagons that get smaller towards the edges.

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The pulled back headlamps that fuse with the grille too look great and again have a lot of chromed out detail in them which make them look premium. What we also like is the car’s distinct shoulder line that goes all the way from the front of the car, extends just below the windows and all the way to the C pillar.

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Coming to the rear the inbuilt spoiler with two accent pieces combined with the sporty bumper really ties the car up well and so do the sharp tail lamps. One of the more subtle design features on the car however is the way Tata has stanced the Tiago, especially around the wheels so as not to leave any excessive gaps between the tyres and the bodywork which makes the car look lower and a lot more planted. On the whole then, there is certainly a lot of design effort that has gone into the Tiago and thankfully there is nothing on this car that reminds us of the older Indica the way the Bolt still reminds us of the Vista.

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Interior & Space rating_3.5_rating

Step into the Tiago and you are immediately greeted with a fresh and modern interior that looks as current as anything else in the market today. The dashboard gets a soft touch two tone and uniquely textured interior which when combined with the gloss black centre console looks quite upmarket for a car of this price range. If you opt for the new bright orange or red colors, you also get body colored AC vents on the far side of the dashboard, a feature that just adds a bit of spice to the insides of the Tiago.

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As an added bonus, Tata has also identified seven individual panels on the interior that can be taken off and painted in any color that the customer wants (at the dealer end) adding a level of customization into the Tiago that is previously unheard of in a car of this category. And even the base model variants will get the gloss black interior accent pieces which will make even the barebones version look presentable. The instrument cluster is festooned in a simple brushed silver color which combined with the crisp readouts make it look quite apt.

Tata Zica Review front seats

Coming to the seats, Tata has used an all new black fabric with black and grey inserts on the Tiago. The new seats, especially on the top of the line model look really cool with a wedge shaped top that the headrest fits in and large side bolsters that make it look sporty. Lumbar and back support in general is great but the seat bottoms are not long enough and severely lack under thigh support.

Tata Zica Review rear seats

The same goes with the rear seats as well. Although there is a great amount of leg space (better than competition like the Maruti Celerio) and the seat does have a good seating angle, the seat bottoms again tend to ruin the experience. Taller passengers might also be slightly inconvenienced by a structural member that does hamper head room a little. And of course, just like the Bolt, the Tiago too does not get a centre arm rest on the rear seats, the omission of which in both cars is just not acceptable in this day and age. Tata has also incorporated a new type of headliner into the car which adds to the premium look.

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Features & Equipment rating_3.5_rating

Of course, as expected, you get all the gadgetry like a Bluetooth enabled infotainment system and a USB slot but what you also get (in the top of the line models) is an added feature where through a ‘MapMyIndia’ app on your phone you can display and stream navigation data straight to your central screen. Now although the Tiago does not have a navigation system inbuilt, this feature does essentially double up as a navigation package and works really well. Also, considering the fact that it will support both Android and Apple iOS platforms just gives it a lot more usability.

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In addition, you also get features like ABS and airbags along with other user friendly features like electronically controlled rear view mirrors, steering mounted audio controls and a height adjustable seat. The Tiago also gets a height adjustable steering column to add to obtaining the perfect driving position. What is missing though, is a touchscreen system like the one in the Renault Kwid and a electronically foldable ORVM. Rear AC vents would also have been a welcome addition but sadly, those are missing too.

Tata Zica Review storage spaces

One of the biggest concerns that we had in the Bolt was the fact that there were not enough cubbyholes and storage spaces. Tata has worked on that and the Tiago gets dedicated slots for bottles, two cup holders and even a separate shelf in the glovebox to store your iPad. The Tiago’s glove box itself is quite spacious and as an added feature on the top of the line version also comes with a cooling option. All in all, the Tiago certainly is well speced in terms of equipment.

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Engines & Performance rating_2.5_rating

The Tata Tiago comes with both a petrol and diesel engines that are paired with a five speed manual gearbox. So let’s talk about the petrol first. Essentially, the 1.2-litre engine in the Tiago is a 3-cylinder unit and from the same Revotron family that you get on the Bolt but does not come with a turbocharger. Now, if refinement is what you are after, the petrol engine does disappoint quite a bit. There is a lot engine noise that creeps in especially when pushed hard and in general, it just feels very rough.

Tata Zica Review engine

But, it makes up for it with being raspy and rev happy. Performance isn’t great on paper or on the road (unless revved all the way to the 6000rpm redline) with 85PS and 114Nm of torque, but compared to other 1.2-litre mills in the market (with the exception of the K12 engine in some Maruti products), this one is definitely better. All said and done, Tata should really be addressing the problem of how loud and clattery and almost diesel-like this engine feels.

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So let’s get to the engine that most people will actually buy. The diesel on the Tiago is a brand new 1.0-litre 3-cylinder engine that makes a modest 70PS of power and 140Nm of torque. Now the trick with this engine, like with every other turbocharged motor is to keep it in the right gear at the right revs. Do so and it will reward you with acceptable performance and drivability. The engine does suffer from turbo lag though especially if you are in a higher gear and lower speeds and this does make overtaking a real task especially if like most Indian drivers, the only thing on your mind is fuel efficiency.

Tata Zica Review rear tracking

On the NVH front though, the diesel is still inherently noisy but is comparable to most of its peers. Now although we have not really tested this engine for fuel economy yet, we expect it to get staggering results both in ARAI test figures and in real life conditions giving it a big advantage over some of its competitors.

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Ride, Handling & Braking rating_3.5_rating

The Tiago is a real step up when it comes to handling. In fact, after the slightly disappointing engines, we are glad that the boffins at the Tata R&D centre have put in a bit of extra efforts to make the Tiago go around a corner far better than the likes of the Bolt. There is a bit of body roll of course, but on the whole, the Tiago feels very predictable and neutral and really does like to be thrown into a corner and takes the extra abuse without any fuss. The Tiago comes with electronic power steering, and just like the handling, it has been tuned to perform far better than the one on the Bolt even though it is essentially the same hardware. The steering wheel too is really well contoured and the grooves at the 3-o-clock and 9-o-clock position make sure that you have the perfect driving position.

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Sadly though, the typical customer in this segment will appreciate ride quality a lot more than handling but Tata seems to have that covered too. Take the Tiago over a rough patch or a bump and it reacts quite well and does seem to get very unsettled. At higher speeds too the ride is more than acceptable and there is not much bouncing around when you go over an undulation. Mainly though, the vague feeling that older Indica owners are used to has almost disappeared giving the Tiago a more planted feel. The Tiago gets disc brakes in the front and drum brakes in the rear. The car we drove did have ABS and at first impressions, the Tiago’s brakes did bite well and gave a reassuring feel. On the whole, the chassis of the Tiago is certainly one that deserves praise.

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Verdict rating_3.5_rating

The Tiago is a genuinely good product from Tata motors not because it looks good or handles well or has great interiors, but because it provides a fresh new perspective to the Tata brand in the eyes of the Indian car buyer. Yes, the engines do need a little more refinement and a little more power but if the Tiago delivers best in class fuel economy, we don’t think most Indian customers mind the slightly numb performance. So, would we recommend it? Well let’s just say that if Tata would ever want to resurrect the ‘More Car Per Car’ tagline that it used for the original Indica, the Tiago would certainly be more than worthy.

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Tata Tiago Mileage

The mileage of Tata Tiago is 23.84 kmpl. This is the claimed ARAI mileage for all the variants of Tiago.
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Tata Tiago User Reviews

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  • 3.0

    maintenance cost is more is due to fake amount charged by service providers and tata company is least bothered on this issue.

  • 5.0

    Smart looking and good milage. S

  • 4.7

    Good vehicle with best fetures, best among the competitors, Can go without hesitation Thanks to TATA for such a nice car

  • 5.0

    I feel the best in all, comfort, mileage and maintenance.

  • 4.0

    Well Try Indigenous Good For City.

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  • 4.3

    Compared to 2016 and 2017 make tiago, 2018 engines are more refined and fine tuned with no vibration, minimum engine noise, minimum cabin noise. Feature are superb - super sound Harmann musin system, mobile to car speaker blue tooth connectivity both for music, navigation and telephone connectivity. Premium looking car interior. Yesterday I had gone for a 55km + return on a six line highway with trip meter B set to '0'. At 70/80/90 kms/h car was displaying 25km/l though when I checked trip meter A it was showing 15 km/l. I don't understand why there is a huge difference. If you want see 24km/l on your instrument cluster there is a way. After starting the car while it is moving set trip meter A and B to '0'. Let the trip meter B on your display which will show mileage of the current journey only. while keeping the speed 70-90 km/h your will see the mileage figure rose up to 25 - 27km/l which will shock you. i don't know whether it is actual.Anyway it is a good car with reasonable mileage, superb safety and superb features.

  • 2.0

    I am using Tata Tiago XZ for past 1 and half years, completed 30k KM, good for long drive and comfort. Coming to my complaints are, the day 1st I took my car from showroom I am facing this issues Unable to close the left side door, you need to give some extra pressure to close the door properly, I made a complaints 100 times they have checked many times but still I am facing the issue, the 2nd issue is after applying 2nd gear the car behaviour like some blockage I mean even though if you apply accelator car will not move it will block for some distance and go normally, this 2 issue for the last 1 and half years I am adjusting myself and running the car, I think this is manufactured defect, they have to solve this without delay, if the company not able to solve the issues, how we trust the product... Worst decision that I have bought Tata car....

  • 5.0

    Hi Friends l, My review about Tiago.One the best cars under 7 lakh section. I owned Tata tiago XZ 2020. Car ride quality is awsome. The quality of suspension is more than Hyundai i10 nios and suzuki swift cars. Look wise viewing angle is looks like a sporty hatchback.I found only con that due to three cylinder engine the gear knob is vibrating. Gear shifting is not smooth as Hyundai i10 nios and swift cars. I feel that one is the only drawback other than it is awsome.Harman audio system is awesome XZ model had 4 speakers and 4 tweeters. Mileage wise I got 18 kmpl at Bangalore city and my 22 kmpl in highway.Safety wise as you all aware Global NCAP 4 star.Am totally satisfied about the car. I love my Tiago.Hope it helps you guys. Take care and safe riding.

  • 1.3

    I bought a Tiago from tata. It became a biggest trouble in my life in the part of my money because the mileage which that car given for me is just 9km/ltr and the service cost which utilised fromme is lakhs and lakhs. Because my purchase of Tiago my dad had used an Alto 800 in that car we got high mileage and only less and low maintenance charges . The performance that car(Alto) had given for me was really awesomebut Tiago it's really a worst car I ever driven the driveability is really too worst even the base entry level Alto 800 base Variant is much smoother than the 2017 Tiago so please don't go for wasting your money by buying Tiago it's really a bad car I am saying of from having experience on it

  • 5.0

    Overall it is very good car compared to other hatch back competitors like hyundai santro, i10, celerio, wagnor, kwid and swift. I can it is the best car when it comes to safety, build quality, performance and mileage (my amt xza car is giving 24-25 on highways). But only thing I've observed is little bit noise because tata comes with 3 cylinder. If it starts providing cars with 4 cylinder, then no other can compete with it (this is for sure which I can say0.

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Tata Tiago Colours

  • Vectory Yellow
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Tata Tiago FAQs

What is the price of Tata Tiago Top Variant?

The ex-showroom price of top variant of Tata Tiago is 6.6 Lakh (Delhi).

What is the mileage of Tata Tiago?

The ARAI claimed mileage of Tata Tiago is 23.84 Kmpl. Also check User Reported Mileage of Tiago.

What is the EMI of Tata Tiago in Delhi?

The EMI for the base variant of Tata Tiago in Delhi is Rs. 8,898 per month @ 10.5% for a tenure of 60 months.

What are the top competitors of Tata Tiago?

The top 3 competitors of Tata Tiago are Tata Altroz, Maruti Swift and Maruti Wagon R.

What is the boot space in Tata Tiago?

The boot space in Tata Tiago is 242 L. View full specification of Tiago

What is the ground clearance of Tata Tiago?

The ground clearance of Tata Tiago is 170mm.

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Tata Dealer Showrooms in Delhi

  • Sagar Motors
    ZB 43/487 & ZB 44/487, Main GT Road, Dilshad Garden, New Delhi, Delhi 110095
    Phone : 8882709600, 9810641224
    Email : rawat.rajveersingh@gmail.com
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    A-231, Okhla Industrial Area, Phase-1, Near Hotel Crown Plaza, New Delhi, Delhi 110020
    Email : salesmanager@goauto.in, cre@goauto.in
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    A-2/14, Africa Avenue, Safdarjung Enclave, Near Baljith Lodge, New Delhi, Delhi 110029
    Email : cre@goauto.in
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  • Auto Vikas Sales & Service
    26/3-4, Najafgarh Road, Indl. Area Moti Nagar, Block C, New Delhi, Delhi 110015
    Email : sales@autovikas.com, Deepak.saini@autovikas.com
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