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  • Q. Tata Tiago XZ or NRG? Which one is good?

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    Zigwheels
    Zigwheels | 1 year ago

    Tata Tiago NRG is a buffed up crossover version of the Tiago which is priced at Rs 5.50 lakh for the petrol and Rs 6.32 lakh for the diesel model. Christened the Tiago NRG, it commands a premium of Rs 28,000 over the standard top-spec XZ variant which retails for Rs 5.22 lakh (petrol) and Rs 6.04 lakh (diesel) (all prices ex-showroom Delhi). Tata calls it the “Urban Toughroader”. - The Tiago NRG gets body cladding on the doors, wheel arches, tailgate and bumpers with integrated faux skid plates to set itself apart from the standard Tiago. - Front grille, roof, rear spoiler, ORVMs and B-pillar have been blacked-out in the Tiago NRG. Smoked headlamps and new dual-tone 14-inch alloys are also on offer. - The Tiago NRG comes in three dual-tone colours: orange, silver and white. The standard Tiago, on the other hand, is available in six colours: brown, red, white, grey, orange and silver. - On the inside, the NRG’s cabin remains identical to that of the standard car save for the orange and silver highlights around the AC vents, central console and the gear lever. - The NRG’s cabin also features updated fabric seats with a denim theme and orange highlights. So, Tiago NRG would be a better pick as it makes you out of the crowd.

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    Zigwheels
    Zigwheels | 1 year ago

    Tata Tiago NRG is a buffed up crossover version of the Tiago which is priced at Rs 5.50 lakh for the petrol and Rs 6.32 lakh for the diesel model. Christened the Tiago NRG, it commands a premium of Rs 28,000 over the standard top-spec XZ variant which retails for Rs 5.22 lakh (petrol) and Rs 6.04 lakh (diesel) (all prices ex-showroom Delhi). Tata calls it the “Urban Toughroader”.- The Tiago NRG gets body cladding on the doors, wheel arches, tailgate and bumpers with integrated faux skid plates to set itself apart from the standard Tiago.- Front grille, roof, rear spoiler, ORVMs and B-pillar have been blacked-out in the Tiago NRG. Smoked headlamps and new dual-tone 14-inch alloys are also on offer.- The Tiago NRG comes in three dual-tone colours: orange, silver and white. The standard Tiago, on the other hand, is available in six colours: brown, red, white, grey, orange and silver.- On the inside, the NRG’s cabin remains identical to that of the standard car save for the orange and silver highlights around the AC vents, central console and the gear lever.- The NRG’s cabin also features updated fabric seats with a denim theme and orange highlights.So, Tiago NRG would be a better pick as it makes you out of the crowd.

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    Zigwheels
    Zigwheels | 1 year ago

    Tata has priced the Tiago NRG at a premium of around Rs 29,000 over the top-spec XZ variant with both petrol and diesel engines. The Tiago XZ is priced at Rs 5.21 lakh and Rs 6.04 lakh (ex-showroom Delhi) for petrol and diesel, respectively. The NRG appears to be a more practical option over the Tiago XZ. It features a better audio system, rides higher off the ground and has plastic cladding all around, which should keep the body safer from scratches more than anything. Click on the link to compare these two cars: https://www.zigwheels.com/compare-cars/tata-tiago-vs-tata-tiago-nrg

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    Ghanashyam
    Ghanashyam | 1 month ago

    In xz you will get city and eco modes where you can opt the engine performance as per requirement and save the fuel. While in nrg you don't have options. So, go for Tiago xz

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    Zigwheels
    Zigwheels | 11 months ago

    NRG appears to be a more practical option over the Tiago XZ. It features a better audio system, rides higher off the ground and has plastic cladding all around, which should keep the body safer from scratches more than anything.

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    JIJO
    JIJO | 3 weeks ago

    Nrg is heavy, ground clearance is more, better to choose xz( depends yor usage?)nrg having mileage issue (personal review)

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    Mohnish
    Mohnish | 3 weeks ago

    Go for Tiago XZ or XZ+. NRG misses out nn Eco mode. And Interiors look more of a tiago base model.

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    Sanjay
    Sanjay | 1 month ago

    I would suggest you to go for tiago xz+ that's way better than both

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    Mebin
    Mebin | 3 weeks ago

    Both vehicles are same nrg has some extras that's it

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    TAKHAT
    TAKHAT | 3 weeks ago

    Xz.

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