Here’s How The Facelifted Tata Tiago Looks

The Tiago facelift was spied in Leh along with its premium brother, the Altroz

  • The facelifted Tiago's front-end comes with a revised grille and sharper headlamps.
  • Changes to the facelifted model’s rear are limited to revised tail lamps.
  • Inside, it is expected to get premium features like cruise control.
  • It is expected to come with a BS6-compliant 1.2-litre Revotron engine.
  • The Tiago facelift is expected to be launched by the end of 2019.

Thanks to earlier spy shots, we came to know that Tata Motors will be giving the Tiago a much required facelift. While changes to the profile and rear-end were visible, we couldn’t make out its revised fascia thanks to the rudimentary elements. However, a production-spec Tiago facelift has been spied testing in Ladakh along with the Altroz and here’s your best look at its face. 

The honeycomb mesh grille of the current Tiago has been replaced by a horizontal slat unit that now merges with the sharper looking headlamps. While the bumper of the test mule is heavily camouflaged, we could make out the revised fog lamp housing. The profile of the Tiago facelift is likely to remain unchanged while at the rear, we noticed slightly revised detailing in the tail lamp. 

Also read: Tata Altroz Cabin Spied 

On the inside, expect the changes to be minimal. The cabin could get a new colour theme and upholstery as well. Recently, Tata Motors added a digital speedometer in the current Tiago and we expect it to be retained in the facelifted model. Other features like a touchscreen infotainment system with Android Auto and Apple CarPlay, an 8-speaker Harman sound system, climate control, steering mounted controls, multi-info display as well as projector headlamps are expected to be carried over as well. 

Under the hood, the Tiago facelift is expected to continue with the 1.2-litre Revotron engine, albeit with updates to meet BS6 norms. This naturally aspirated unit currently develops 85PS of power and 114Nm of torque. Transmission options on the current car include a 5-speed manual and AMT. Meanwhile, the Tigo’s 1.05-litre diesel engine is likely to be discontinued due to the high costs involved in upgrading oil burners to meet BS6 emission norms. For reference, the 1.05-litre diesel engine develops 70PS and 140Nm.

The facelifted Tiago is expected to hit our roads by the end of 2019. Naturally, the Tiago facelift is expected to be cost a tad more than the current model, which is priced from Rs 4.40 lakh to Rs 6.37 lakh (petrol ex-showroom Delhi). When launched, the Tiago facelift will rekindle its rivalry with the Maruti Suzuki Wagon R and Hyundai Santro.


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