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    Tata Tiago Key Specifications

    Price₹ 5.00 Lakh onwards
    Mileage19.8 to 23.84 kmpl
    Engine1199 cc
    TransmissionManual & AMT
    Fuel TypePetrol
    Seating Capacity5 Seater

    Tata Tiago Summary


    The Tata Tiago is offered in six variants that include XE, XT (O), XT, XZ, XZ+, and NRG.

    Market introduction:

    The BS6 Tata Tiago was launched in India on 22 January, 2020.

    Engine and specification:

    The Tata Tiago is powered by a 1.2-litre, three-cylinder, NA Revotron petrol engine that produces 85bhp and 113Nm of torque. This motor is paired to a five-speed manual transmission and an AMT unit.

    Exterior design:

    In terms of design, the Tata Tiago gets a revised fascia with a new grille, a reworked front bumper, new air dam, circular fog lights, black ORVMs, and a new set of 15-inch dual-tone alloy wheels. 

    Interior and features:

    The interiors of the Tata Tiago come equipped with a seven-inch touchscreen infotainment system with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, a fully digital instrument cluster, automatic climate control, a flat-bottom steering wheel, an engine start-stop button, and a cooled glove-box.


    The Tata Tiago is available in four colours including Flame Red, Pearlescent White, Arizona Blue, and Daytona Grey.

    Seating capacity:

    The Tata Tiago has a seating capacity of five occupants.


    Rivals to the Tata Tiago include the Hyundai Grand i10 Nios, Maruti Suzuki Wagon R, and the Renault Kwid.

    Tata Tiago Price

    Tata Tiago price starts at ₹ 5.00 Lakh and goes upto ₹ 7.05 Lakh. The price of Petrol version for Tiago ranges between ₹ 5.00 Lakh - ₹ 7.05 Lakh.

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    Tiago XE

    ₹ 5.00 Lakh
    1199 cc, Petrol, Manual, 19.8 kmpl
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    Tiago XT (O)

    ₹ 5.50 Lakh
    1199 cc, Petrol, Manual, 19.8 kmpl
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    Tiago XT

    ₹ 5.69 Lakh
    1199 cc, Petrol, Manual, 19.8 kmpl
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    Tiago Limited Edition

    ₹ 5.79 Lakh
    1199 cc, Petrol, Manual, 19.8 kmpl
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    Tiago XZ

    ₹ 6.10 Lakh
    1199 cc, Petrol, Manual, 19.8 kmpl
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    Tiago XTA

    ₹ 6.25 Lakh
    1199 cc, Petrol, AMT
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    Tiago XZ Plus

    ₹ 6.38 Lakh
    1199 cc, Petrol, Manual, 19.8 kmpl
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    Tiago XZ Plus Dual Tone

    ₹ 6.50 Lakh
    1199 cc, Petrol, Manual, 19.8 kmpl
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    Tiago XZA

    ₹ 6.65 Lakh
    1199 cc, Petrol, AMT, 23.84 kmpl
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    Tiago XZA Plus

    ₹ 6.93 Lakh
    1199 cc, Petrol, AMT, 23.84 kmpl
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    Tiago XZA Plus Dual Tone

    ₹ 7.05 Lakh
    1199 cc, Petrol, AMT, 23.84 kmpl
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    CarWale's Take

    • Good Things
      • Updated styling makes it more desirable
      • Four Star G-NCAP safety rating
      • New features along with digital instrument cluster
    • Could be Better
      • Could do with slightly improved interior quality
      • Smaller boot size
      • Rear visibility isn’t that great

    Tiago Verdict

    With the Impact 2.0 design language, the updated Tata Tiago not only looks much more appealing, it also appears more mature than before. The sweeping headlamps and sharp grille add to this updated design but the rear remains more or less unchanged. However, the updated cabin gets newer features to keep the Tiago relevant for entry-level hatchback buyers.

    Tiago Review

    With the BS6 update, the Tata Tiago has capitalised on what it did best and improved on its shortcomings. So it remains a cheery little city-runabout that is even handsome to look at now with the Altroz-inspired face. Even the cabin has received a much-needed redo with bits borrowed from bigger, more expensive Tata models.

    Why would I buy one?

    -         Improved petrol engine in BS6 avatar

    -         Compact dimension is perfect for city usage

    -         Four Star NCAP safety rating

    Why would I avoid it?

    -         Vibey on idle

    -         Notchy gearbox

    -         Quality of materials could have been better

    Engine and Performance

    Engine Shot

    Updated early last year, the BS6 Tiago is powered by the same three-cylinder 1.2-litre Revotron petrol engine which puts out 85bhp at 6000rpm. It is paired to a five-speed manual as standard, but can also be had with an AMT automatic. We are driving the former three-pedal setup in this review. Crank it up and the three-pot motor settles into a silent idle but there are noticeable vibrations felt on the inside. Be it gear lever, foot pedals or even steering wheel, you can sense mild throbbing pulses all over the place – which aren’t a deal breaker in our opinion. Because, the vibration disappears the moment you get on the clutch, slot-in the gear, and get going.

    Left Front Three Quarter

    On the move, the Tiago remains silent and an easy car to drive around. You need little throttle inputs to gain moment as the motor is hovering around 1500-1750rpm mark at city speeds. It doesn’t feel as peppy as the 1.2-litre in the new Wagon R, but it has a good supply of power right from the word go. Also since it is a relatively lighter car – tipping the scale at around 980 kilograms (kerb) – it never feels running out of breath be it your bumper-to-bumper traffic or some quick excursion in and around highways.

    Right Rear Three Quarter

    You can potter around in the city with a gear or two higher than expected and it won’t urge you to downshift. And for urgent pushes to get through tiny space in the traffic all it needs is a slight dab on the throttle to access the 113Nm of max torque which peaks at 3,300rpm. When you hit the highways, there’s enough grunt in the motor to keep up with triple-digit speeds. You would get to hear the motor slightly more at this point. But it won’t leave you wanting for more if you drop a gear and accelerate quickly to overtake those slow-moving stream of highway traffic.

    Left Side View

    We found the clutch to be light and easy to operate albeit with a slight kickback action. Moreover, the gear lever isn’t the slickest shifting unit around. It takes time getting used to the notchy nature of the five-speed unit. Otherwise, the controls on the Tiago are very amiable and easy for everyday driving. As for the fuel efficiency, Tata claims an ARAI-rated figure of 19.8kmp for this petrol manual guise.

    Ride and Handling

    Right Front Three Quarter

    At slow speeds, the steering of the Tiago is extremely light and easy to manoeuvre. It is not exactly quick to respond, going almost three-turns lock-to-lock. But it is good for city driving as it won’t strain your arms trying to parallel-park. Moreover, there’s noticeable weight added to it as speed increases. But what works in the Tiago’s favour are its compact dimensions making it optimal to drive around congested cities like Mumbai.

    Right Side View

    Meanwhile, Tata hasn’t tweaked the hardware of the Tiago much with this update. So it continues to ride pretty well. All the bumps and irregularities are taken care of with great composure and only the sharpest of the potholes make themselves felt inside the cabin. There’s enough ground clearance to take on the really bad patches of roads without scrapping the underbelly. What’s more, the ride gets even better at highway speeds; and the high-speed stability is much better than we expected. Even the body rolls are well restrained although we didn’t get to take it on some twisties to check it demeanour over there.

    Interior Space and Quality


    Let us take a look at all the changes on the inside, shall we? Firstly, there’s an all-digital instrument cluster which is shared with the Nexon. This new system replaces the dual analogue dials and – although monochromatic – looks better in real than it does in the pictures. It also has a good aesthetic appeal to go with its white illumination on the black unit. Then there’s the steering which is slightly tweaked and can be adjusted for height. Moving on to the centre console, a welcome addition here is the seven-inch touchscreen integrated with Tata’s ConnectNext interface. Again this is the same unit which is available in more expensive Tatas and has similar quality and usability too. Lower down the centre console is a gloss-finished insert with redesigned air-con controls. Also new is the gear lever – now matching the family design. Moreover, the upholstery has been given a change flaunting Tata’s tri-pointed design.

    Front Row Seats

    That’s where the update ends. So in terms of cabin space and ergonomics, the Tiago remains as practical and usable as the older car. Getting in is easy and the visibility on offer is good too. There are no soft-touch materials used here except for the door armrest. But the quality of materials used over here could have been improved with this update. We still think the cup holders on the centre console should have been larger to accommodate 500ml bottles at the least. On the upside, there’s more than ample headroom for my dimensions (I am 5.5’) and enough shoulder room as well. The seats are supportive too with a good amount of bolster and under-thigh support.

    Second Row Seats

    The same can be said about the rear seats as there’s a good amount of knee space but taller passengers might find their head touching the roof. And we wouldn’t recommend sitting three abreast here for longer jaunts. It also misses out on centre armrest, rear air vents or backseat pockets – which is a slight bummer. On the upside, there are non-adjustable headrest and one large bottle holder for the rear occupants. Lastly, the boot space of 242 litres isn’t something to write home about. And the rear seats don’t have split or flat fold either which further reduces its practicality.

    Center Console/Centre Console Storage

    Features and Equipment

    Instrument Cluster

    What we have here with us is the top-spec XZ Plus variant which offers a decently decked-up feature list. This includes 15-inch dual-tone alloy wheels, auto AC, fabric seats, piano-black inserts on the dashboard, body-coloured inserts around air-vents, ConnectNext system with AppleCarPlay and Android Auto, eight-speakers Harman music system, voice command, keyless entry, electric ORVMs with an auto-fold, cooled glovebox and all-four power windows with one-touch-down for the driver.

    AC Controls

    In terms of safety, the Tiago comes standard with dual-front airbags, ABS with EBD, corner stability control, speed alert, seatbelt reminder and speed-dependent door locks, follow-me-home lights, a rearview camera with parking sensor, rear wiper with a wash feature, and rear defogger, to name a few.

    Infotainment System


    Left Rear Three Quarter

    With the update, the Tiago has grown into a handsome looking lad, one which much more interesting to look at than its rivals namely the Maruti Suzuki Wagon R and Hyundai Santro. It also drives well with a refinement added to its otherwise amicable powertrain. Updates on the inside make it an even better place to be. Sure, the interior space isn’t the shining point of the Tiago and the quality of materials won’t stand out either. But what makes the Tiago outstanding is its four-star GNCAP rating, and that’s a reason enough to buy it over anything else.

    Rear View

    Photos by Kaustubh Gandhi

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    Tiago Colours

    Tata Tiago 2021 is available/sold in the following colours in India.

    Flame Red
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    Tata Tiago Mileage

    Fuel TypeTransmissionARAI Mileage


    (1199 cc)

    AMT23.84 kmpl


    (1199 cc)

    Manual19.8 kmpl

    FAQs About Tata Tiago

    Q: What is the on road price of Tiago?

    The on-road price of Tiago in Delhi starts at ‎₹ 5.55 Lakh and goes upto ‎₹ 7.93 Lakh. The on road price is made up of ex-showroom price, RTO registration, road tax and insurance amount.

    Q: Which car is better between Tiago and Tiago NRG?

    Tiago price starts at ₹ 5.00 Lakh ex-showroom and It comes with 1199 cc engine. Whereas Tiago NRG price starts at ₹ 6.57 Lakh ex-showroom and It comes with 1199 cc engine. Compare the two models to identify the best car for you.

    Q: What are the offers available on Tata Tiago for October?

    There are 3 Tata Tiago offers in Delhi for the month of October.

    Q: What is price of Tiago top model?

    Top model of Tiago is XZA Plus Dual Tone and the ex-showroom for Tiago XZA Plus Dual Tone is ₹ 7.05 Lakh.

    Q: What is the mileage of Tata Tiago?

    The Tata Tiago mileage is 19.8 - 23.84 kmpl.

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