The Tata Tiago is one of the 11 different models from the house of Tata. Prices for this Hatchback start from Rs 5 Lakh and buyers can pick from as many as 10 different versions. The transmission options on the Tata Tiago include both Manual and Automatic gearbox. The Tiago offers a max power of 86PS@6000rpm. Some of the main rivals include Tata Punch and Nissan Magnite.
Tata Tiago have 10 variants ranging from Rs. 5.00 Lakh to Rs. 7.05 Lakh. Under the hood, Tiago is powered by a 3 cylinder, 1199 cc, 1199 cc, 3 Cylinders Inline, 2 Valves/Cylinder, SOHC. It is able to produce 113 Nm @ 3300 r/min torque and 86 ps (63.0 kW)@6000 r/min power with a fuel efficiency/mileage of 23.84 kmpl. Tata Tiago can store up to 35 Litres fuel in one go at max.
This Hatchback car comes loaded with ABS (Anti-lock Braking System), EBD (Electronic Brake-force Distribution), ESP (Electronic Stability Program), 2 Number of Airbags from safety point of view. From Comfort perspective, Tiago have Front Row Adjustable Headrests, Glove Box Cooling, 12v Power Outlet.
Performance of Tiago is backed by a 5 Speed Manual transmission and FWD (Front Wheel Drive) configuration.
Tiago is a 5 seater car with Tilt Steering Adjustable steering, Digital Instrument Console, Multifunction Display, Electric Power Steering Power Steering.
Tata Tiago is a 5 door car which has front Disc brakes, Independent& Lower Wishbone& Mc Pherson (Dual Path) Strut Type suspensions and rear Drum brakes, Rear Twist beam with coil spring mounted on hydraulic shock absorbers suspensions with 175/65 R14 Wheels.
Tiago has 242 Litres Boot Space, 35 Litres Fuel Tank Capacity, 170 mm Ground Clearance, 1535 mm Height, 935-982 Kg Kerb Weight, 3765 mm Length, 4.9 m Turning Radius, 2400 mm Wheelbase, 1677 mm Width.
Tiago is available in India starting from Rs. 5.00 Lakh with it's least expensive variant being 1.2 Petrol XE. Most expensive variant of Tiago is 1.2 Petrol XZA+ AMT Dual Tone Roof priced at Rs. 7.05 Lakh.
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Price of Tata Tiago in India ranges between Rs. 5.00 Lakh and Rs. 7.05 Lakh. Least expensive variant is 1.2 Petrol XE and most expensive variant is 1.2 Petrol XZA+ AMT Dual Tone Roof. Tata Tiago is also available on EMI starting at Rs. 10.26 K with 8.5% interest rate.
|1.2 Petrol XE||Petrol,Upto 23.84,Manual||₹ 5.00 Lakh|
|XTO||Petrol,Upto 23.84,Manual||₹ 5.48 Lakh|
|1.2 Petrol XT||Petrol,Upto 23.84,Manual||₹ 5.70 Lakh|
|1.2 Petrol XZ||Petrol,Upto 23.84,Manual||₹ 6.10 Lakh|
|XTA AMT||Petrol,Upto 23.84,Automatic||₹ 6.25 Lakh|
|1.2 Petrol XZ+||Petrol,Upto 23.84,Manual||₹ 6.38 Lakh|
|1.2 Petrol XZ+ Dual Tone Roof||Petrol,Upto 23.84,Manual||₹ 6.50 Lakh|
|1.2 Petrol XZA AMT||Petrol,Upto 23.84,Automatic||₹ 6.65 Lakh|
|1.2 Petrol XZA+ AMT||Petrol,Upto 23.84,Automatic||₹ 6.93 Lakh|
|1.2 Petrol XZA+ AMT Dual Tone Roof||Petrol,Upto 23.84,Automatic||₹ 7.05 Lakh|
With the launch of the mid-cycle facelift back in early 2020, the Tata Tiago’s styling was aligned with that of the Tata Altroz and with this, the front-end of the small car started looking a tad bit more premium. However, even with the facelift notwithstanding, the Tiago has always impressed with its looks. The front-end looks pretty upmarket with the swept-back headlamps and the wide grille running across the headlamp units. The facelift brought in a sportier bumper while in select colours, the nose of the Tiago goes on to resemble the Altroz to a pretty high extent.
Our favourite bit over here is the clamshell hood that looks pretty muscular and goes on to add some weight to the front design of the vehicle. The highlights of the side profile include a pronounced beltline and a pretty big DLO (Daylight Opening), with the latter being something that we’ve even experienced on the Indica. A slight crease around the C-pillar even enabled the designers to seamlessly integrate the notchback for the Tiago-to-Tigor conversion.
The rear-end looks pretty neat but there’s a good deal of resemblance with the second-gen Ford Figo and Hyundai Grand i10. Akin to the headlights, the taillamps here have a swept-back design while the chunky rear bumper and the well-sculpted boot-lid help the Tiago have a handsome posterior.
With the advent of the mid-cycle facelift, the front-end of the Tata Tiago looks a fair bit like that of the Altroz, which is something that should impress many.
Much like the exterior, the interior of the Tata Tiago is pleasing without being flamboyant with the way it looks. The two-tone theme comprising of shades of grey enhances the sense of airiness, and even looks more upmarket than the beige-grey scheme seen on the rivals. The chrome trim further helps with a premium feel. The speedo console looks quite sporty while the steering wheel feels good to hold. Make no mistake, the Tiago is nowhere as spacious as the Indica but you do get ample space in both rows.
The seats are well bolstered and will offer enough support over long journeys while the 242-litre boot is adequately spacious for a car of this size. The rear bench can comfortably accommodate two adults with a kid and the rear occupants enjoy enough legroom even with the front seats pushed entirely backward. The Tiago won’t spoil you silly with the equipment on offer but you do get most of the kit you’d expect from a car of this size and price. The features list of the top-spec variant includes a touchscreen infotainment unit that supports Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, cooled glove compartment, automatic climate control, digital speedo, Harman 8-speaker audio system and steering-mounted audio controls.
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The Tata Tiago offers a practical and feature-laden cabin that feels quite upmarket for a cabin belonging to a car of this price and size.
Back in the day, the Tata Tiago was launched with a 1.2-litre petrol and a 1.05-litre diesel motor. By the launch of the facelift, however, the diesel option was taken off the shelves owing to low demand and high investment required to upgrade to the BSVI emission compliance. Meanwhile, the petrol engine continues to offer a maximum power of 85 PS and a peak torque of 113 Nm. Transmission options include 5-speed manual and AMT units. Thanks to the segment-leading specifications, the Tiago can easily hold a candle against even the 1.2-litre variant of the WagonR, while the entry-level Tata car is far more powerful than the 1.0-litre rivals.
The petrol mill offers a good torque spread across the rev range and one can easily cruise at as low as 45 kmph in fifth gear. The manual transmission offers slick shifts while the AMT is certainly among the better units we’ve seen in the market. Even the NVH is pretty well-controlled but you’ll miss the refinement levels offered by the K-series motors from Maruti Suzuki. In fact, this engine isn’t even as happy as either the K-series Maruti motors or the 1.2-litre Kappa engine from Hyundai. The motor does get a bit gruff as it approaches the redline. Under regular usage conditions, the Tiago can offer up to 14 kmpl in city and 20 kmpl on the highway. There’s even an Eco mode to help you boost the fuel economy.
The Tata Tiago offers a good balance between performance and fuel efficiency. Also, with as much as 85 PS on tap, it is easily among the most powerful cars in its segment.
Basically, Tata cars have been well-known for the great ride quality they offer and the Tiago is certainly not an exception. The Maruti WagonR and Maruti Celerio-rival is quite softly sprung and keeps all occupants comfortable on most kinds of tarmac. Most of the potholes are easily absorbed but the bigger ones do tend to unsettle the rid a bit. However, in most conditions, the Tiago offers a matured ride quality that is generally not expected from cars in its segment. That said, the ride quality is certainly not as good as it used to be on the Indica but the Tiago is still among the most comfortable cars available in its price segment.
The high speed stability is pretty good and the steering isn’t too light either. True, the heft it offers feels a bit artificially induced but it’s still a far more confidence-inspiring unit than what most of the rivals offer. Also, while the steering is quite direct, it does feel a bit vague around its dead centre.
The Tata Tiago offers a great ride quality while still offering respectable handling manners. But it does not have the magic carpet ride of the Indica.
Like most modern-day Tata Motors models, the Tiago has faired well in the Global NCAP crash test. Basically, the Tata Tiago has scored a four-star rating with 12.52 out of 17 points in the adult protection and 34.15 out of 49 points in child protection. As per the international testing body, the Tiago offers good protection to driver’s as well as occupant’s head and neck but there’s only marginal protection for driver’s chest. Meanwhile the passenger’s chest has adequate protection. Also, the bodyshell of the Tiago has been rated unstable and incapable of withstanding further loadings.
The Tata Tiago comes with a pretty comprehensive safety kit that includes dual front airbags, ABS with EBD, reverse parking sensors, cornering stability control, high speed warning, front seatbelt reminder and cornering stability control. Also, thanks to a steering that isn’t lifeless at high speeds, the Tiago is also more confidence-inspiring than its competitors. Moreover, its brakes offer a strong bite and can haul down this small car from high speeds without drama.
With a 4-star rating at Global NCAP, the Tata Tiago is easily among the safest cars in its segment. Also, the well-sorted dynamics make the Tiago a safer car at high speeds than most of its rivals.
|On Road Price of Tata Tiago||₹ 5.00 Lakh|
|Service Cost**||₹ 14.37 K|
|Total Ownership Cost||₹ 5.14 Lakh|
** First 5 Years Service cost
I was looking for a family car in a budget of under 8 lakh with safety assurance and great looks. After test driving the Swift, Wagon-R, S-presso, Kwid and Tiago; I found the Tata Tiago to be the best of the lot. The solid build quality and premium feel were the big points behind the buying decision. I bought the Tata Tiago XZ+ before the lockdown and I am happy with my purchase. The doors feel solid and shut with a reassuring thud whereas the seats are very comfortable and supportive. The ride quality of the Tiago is also very good and it can seat 5 family members in comfort. The engine is also adequately powerful but not very refined. You can hear that three-cylinder trump inside while revving the engine hard but that has been minimized by Tata to some extent. I think Tata should have added rear AC vents and rear armrest for added comfort at the rear. Overall, the Tata Tiago has been a satisfactory product for me till now and I have no major problems with this car. If you are looking to buy a car in this segment, you must consider the Tata Tiago.
I bought this car after selling off my old Figo diesel - the shift to a petrol hatchback was nice. I wasn't expecting but the Tiago petrol delivers 14-15 kmpl inside Delhi moving traffic and over 20 kmpl on highway runs at 85-90 km/h. The AMT is a boon, space is as much as Figo and Tata's after sales support very nice. This is a good ownership for me!
I have bought this car on 26 jan 2021 and till now i am satisfied with overall performance.it is best in feature ,comfort and safety . gear shifting are not that much smooth rest happy overall good performance till now
Third class service at your showroom no responsibility about your customer I want saddest u marketing ka zamana h
I have a great experience while driving this car. Awesome car, durable, smooth as butter
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The Tata Tiago ARAI mileage is 23.84Kmpl for the manual transmission variants while for the AMT variants, it is 19.8 Kmpl. Can you share further details of the your car (variant, time of purchase, servicing done, and driving conditions) Sometimes, the new cars takes sometimes to churn out mileage post initial servicing. Also Mileage is function of driving style, road conditions, traffic situation while you are driving. In case the mileage remains lower despite good road conditions, and good driving styles, we suggest that you should get it checked at the authorised Tata service center to find if there is any issue in the car.
Tata Tiago starts from on-road price of Rs 5.69 Lakh in (New Delhi) for the 1.2 Petrol XE. The on-road price is a combination of ex-showroom price, Insurance, RTO Charges, Road Charges and other miscellaneous items like( TCS, Toll Card). You can check the prices for the following.
The mileage of Tata Tiago is 23.84 kmpl as per the ARAI. However, the city mileage of Tata Tiago might vary depending upon your driving style, road conditions, traffic conditions and weather.
Yes, Tata Tiago has 4 variants with automatic transmision.The Tata Tiago has 4 petrol variants with automatic transmission.
The exchange value of Tata Tiago is dependant upon various factors, like number of KM driven, Years, car condition, insurance claims.
|New Delhi||₹ 5.44 Lakh onwards|
|Pune||₹ 5.79 Lakh onwards|
|Hyderabad||₹ 5.84 Lakh onwards|
|Patna||₹ 5.69 Lakh onwards|
|Indore||₹ 5.64 Lakh onwards|
|Ahmedabad||₹ 5.54 Lakh onwards|
|Jaipur||₹ 5.69 Lakh onwards|
|Chennai||₹ 5.74 Lakh onwards|
|Bangalore||₹ 5.89 Lakh onwards|
|Lucknow||₹ 5.64 Lakh onwards|