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Tata Tiago

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Version
Revotron XB
  • Revotron XB
    PetrolManual 3,48,686
  • Revotron XE
    PetrolManual 3,85,738
  • Revotorq XB
    DieselManual 4,32,077
  • Revotron XE (O)
    PetrolManual 4,36,560
  • Revotron XM
    PetrolManual 4,45,095
  • Revotron XM (O)
    PetrolManual 4,67,729
  • Revotron XT
    PetrolManual 4,78,178
  • Revotorq XE
    DieselManual 4,85,212
  • Revotron XT (O)
    PetrolManual 4,99,556
  • Revotorq XE (O)
    DieselManual 5,07,816
  • Revotron XTA
    PetrolAutomatic 5,14,594
  • Revotron XZ w/o Alloy
    PetrolManual 5,20,575
  • Revotorq XM
    DieselManual 5,26,523
  • Revotron XZ
    PetrolManual 5,31,831
  • Revotorq XM (O)
    DieselManual 5,49,166
  • Revotorq XT
    DieselManual 5,59,957
  • Revotron XZA
    PetrolAutomatic 5,74,638
  • Revotorq XT (O)
    DieselManual 5,81,342
  • Revotorq XZ w/o Alloy
    DieselManual 6,02,895
  • Revotorq XZ
    DieselManual 6,15,206
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₹ 3.49 Lakhs
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Tata Tiago key specifications

PriceRs. 3.49 Lakhs onward
Mileage 23.84 kmpl to 27.28 kmpl
Engine 1047 cc to 1199 cc
Transmission Manual|Automatic

Tiago Price List

Tata Tiago price starts at ₹ 3.49 Lakhs and goes upto ₹ 6.15 Lakhs. Petrol Tiago price starts at ₹ 3.49 Lakhs. Diesel Tiago price starts at ₹ 4.32 Lakhs.

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Tata Tiago Review

The Tata Tiago is a very important car for the Indian manufacturer. After the new era of Tata designs that started with the Zest and the Bolt, The Tiago is expected to make a difference in the way Tata cars are perceived by its customers. The Tiago is a brand new product and ticks almost all the right boxes when it comes to the must haves in the highly competitive compact car segment in the country. ...read full review

Introduction

 Wow, has been it really been eight months since the petrol Tiago entered our long term garage? This fact only struck me when I dropped the car off at the Tata service centre for the final time and was reflecting on my time with this bright orange B-segment hatchback.  It has been a fun journey with car and here is my final report.

Practicality, Storage and Passenger space

Before I give you some philosophical reflection on my journey with the Tiago, we’ve to highlight practicality, storage and space for passengers, a trio that has not been addressed with the car so far. We start with practicality and storage in a single breath as they are quite linked. There are eight open storage spaces and one glove box in the cabin. Of these, four are in the door pockets and four in the centre console.

The open spaces are capable of holding only 500ml bottles or soda cans, but they are all easily accessible with everything falling to hand thanks to the angle in which the bottles can be slotted in. However, there is an issue with the storage space just behind the gear lever which is that if you have a tall bottle, you will hit it when you switch the gears to second, fourth or reverse. The glove box is nice and deep with a hidden button for opening and closing, as well as a vent to give you the option of cooling whatever you keep in the glove box.

At 242-litres, the boot is just marginally larger than that of the Maruti Suzuki Celerio, but it has a low and wide loading lip, thus making the process of hauling stuff in and out quite easy. As you can see from the snapshot, there is space for two big backpacks, a screen and for some reason, a safari hat too. In addition to that, there is also a parcel tray for added storage which could be used for common items like tissues boxes, teddy bears and sun shades. However, we do have a grouse with the parcel tray, which is that the hooks and rope are of low quality and are unlikely to survive for very long.

If you have been following my reports then you should, by now have an idea of what it is like to drive and get comfortable behind the wheel. So this time around, we are addressing passenger space. Despite my ‘extended’ length, it is actually quite comfortable in the front passenger seat though I still feel that the seat base could have been a bit longer to provide additional under-thigh support. It’s a better story with the rear seats as you get some decent leg room, even with the seat adjusted to my driving position.

Highlights of the Last Eight Months

It has been eight months and over 8000kms under our belt with this petrol Tiago. In this time, it has done editorial duties, shopping cart duties, bumper-to-bumper crawling and also served as a weekend getaway machine. In each of these duties, we’ve hardly had any issues with car and it has managed to emerge out on top without losing much breath.

As a personal choice, I also think it’s a very good looking car. After all, when attention cannot be had due to size, then looks come into play. This is one department where the car has managed to score (sugar-free) brownie points with me. The things that really grabbed my attention were the head lamps, grille, shoulder line as well as the wedge-like wrap around tail lamps.     
The all-important fuel efficiency figure over those many months has hovered between the 12kmpl and 14kmpl mark and on an average we were getting around 400km for every tank up that took place. However, a majority of the time was spent in City mode rather than Eco mode as the reduction in power delivery took just too much effort to wring some kind of performance out of the car. With a light right foot and optimum gear shifts, we believe that at least 16kmpl is easily achievable.  
Finally, its diminutive proportions and light steering means that it´s easy to estimate distances from inside a Tiago while parking or even in heavy traffic, when you have to squeeze your way past other vehicles to get where you are going.  

The Yay or Nay section

Things we disliked: build quality, lack of top-end grunt, rubbery gearbox
Things that we can live with: non-lockable side AC vents, music system with glitches
Things we liked: seats, instrument cluster, fun-to-drive factor, looks

The Road Ahead

We have now had two Tiagos in our CarWale Long term garage and both ownership periods point to a positive experience. There are obvious issues like build quality and some small ergonomic niggles, but otherwise the Tiago looks to be a solid entry-level product for the Indian automaker. We say this because we believe that the Nano will have a very limited future and that is pretty obvious as Tata (at the time of writing this report) was retailing 5400 Tiagos while it was able to move just 167 Nanos. There is expected to be a major shift to the next rung of cars as entry-level models, thus putting Tata in a good position with the Tiago and now the Tigor too.    

Photos: Kapil Angane

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Tiago Features

  • Exterior
    • Body coloured bumper
    • Sporty 3 dimensional headlamps
    • Integrated spoiler with spats
    • High mount stop lamps
    • Sharp tail lamps
    • Chrome strip on front grille
    • Wheel covers
    • Alloy wheels
    • Body coloured outside door handles
    • Body coloured ORVM with LED turn indicator
    • Chrome garnish on front fog lamps
  • Interior
    • Dual tone interior scheme
    • Bottle & cup holder in front console
    • Door pockets with bottle holder
    • Tablet storage in glove box
    • Gear knob with chrome insert
    • Front power outlet
    • Ticket holder on A-pillar
    • Interior lamps with theatre dimming
    • Collapsible grab handles with coat hook
    • Rear parcel shelf
    • Premium full fabric seat upholstery
    • Body coloured chrome finish air vents*
    • Knitted fabric on interior roof liner
  • Infotainment
    • ConnectNext Infotainment system by HarmanTM
    • 4 Speakers
    • 4 Tweeters
    • Phone book access
    • Call logs (Incoming, Outgoing, Missed)
    • Audio streaming
    • Turn-by-Turn Navigation - Navi Maps#
    • Juke-Car App#
    • Speed dependent volume control
    • Steering mounted audio & phone controls
  • Instrumental Panel
    • Segmented DIS display 2.5"
    • Digital clock
    • Gear shift display
    • Trip meter (2 nos.)
    • Average fuel efficiency
    • Distance to empty
    • Tachometer
    • Door open & key in reminder
    • Driver seat belt reminder
    • LED fuel & temperature gauge
  • Safety & Security
    • Immobilizer
    • Driver & co-driver airbags
    • Speed dependent auto door locks
    • Follow-me-home lamps
    • Rear parking sensors
    • Day & Night IRVM
    • ABS with EBD & Corner Stability Control
    • Front fog lamps
    • Seat belt with pretensioners & load limiters
    • Rear defogger
    • Rear smart wiper with wash
  • Comfort
    • Multi drive modes with Sport Mode
    • Creep function
    • Air conditioner with heater
    • Electric power steering with tilt adjustment
    • Remote fuel & tailgate opening
    • Front wipers: 7 speed
    • Integrated rear neck rest
    • 100% flip & fold rear seat
    • Driver footrest
    • Tinted glass (windows & tailgate glass)
    • Driver Seat Height Adjustment
    • Adjustable front head rests
    • Manual central locking - With Key
    • Central Locking with flip key remote
    • Front & Rear power windows
    • Electric adjustment for ORVM
    • Internally adjustable ORVM
    • Vanity mirror on co-driver side
    • One-shot down on driver side window
    • Cooled glove box

Tata Tiago Colours

Tiago is available/sold in the following colours in India.

* Colours shown are indicative and may vary slightly from actual car colours.

Tata Tiago Mileage

Fuel TypeTransmissionEngine CapacityMileage
PetrolAutomatic1199 cc23.84 kmpl
PetrolManual1199 cc23.84 kmpl
DieselManual1047 cc27.28 kmpl

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Don't buy this car

for Tata Tiago on 23-Sep-2018 by Satya

Worst local mileage 9to 10 km/l.fruad average mileage meter.becareful Tata motors fruad publicity. Service center very negligence so don't buy this car. Features are ok .look was...

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for Tata Tiago on 20-Sep-2018 by ad3090

Tata Tiago falls under entry segment car. But it is much premium than its competitors. It is superior in terms of looks. It is a 3 cylinder car although enough powerful. Riding quality...

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