Tata Tiago facelift price, variants explained

    We have put together a list of all the key features available on each variant of the updated Tiago hatchback.

    Published On Jan 24, 2020 06:00:00 AM


    Tata Tiago facelift price, variants explained

    The Tata Tiago facelift has just been launched in our market, with prices ranging from Rs 4.60 lakh for the entry level XE model and going up to Rs 6.60 lakh for the top-spec XZA+ variant. The refreshed hatchback features cosmetic updates to the headlights, tail-light units and front and rear bumpers.

    However, one of the most important changes comes in the form of a BS6-compliant petrol engine. The Tiago now comes fitted with a 1.2-litre, three-cylinder, naturally-aspirated petrol engine that is good for 86hp and 113Nm of torque. In terms of gearbox options, the refreshed hatchback can be had with either a 5-speed manual or AMT automatic unit. The 1.05-litre diesel engine from the pre-facelift model has been discontinued due to the carmaker’s decision to scrap small capacity diesels from its line-up.

    Tata offers the facelifted Tiago in six variants, which include XE, XT, XZ, XZA, XZ+ and XZA+. The Tiago is still one of the better equipped models in its class but is that true for each variant? We have put together a list of all the key features each variant of the Tiago facelift gets to find out:

    Tiago XE [Rs 4.60 lakh]

    • Immobiliser
    • Dual airbags
    • Speed alert
    • Driver and co-driver seatbelt alert
    • Seat belt with pre-tensioners and load limiters
    • Rear parking sensors
    • ABS with EBD
    • 14-inch steel rims
    • Body coloured bumpers
    • Rear high mount stop lamp
    • Integrated spoiler
    • Dual tone interior theme
    • Door pockets with bottle holder
    • Front power outlet
    • 2.5-inch multi-information display
    • Tachometer
    • Door open and key in reminder
    • Multi-drive modes
    • Manual AC
    • Tilt and power steering
    • Adjustable front and integrated rear head rests

    Tiago XT [Rs 5.20 lakh]

    • Auto door locks
    • Follow-me-home headlamps
    • Rear park assist with display
    • Central locking
    • 14-inch steel rims with full wheel covers
    • Body coloured door handles and ORVMs
    • Electrically adjustable ORVMs with integrated turn indicators
    • Front and rear power windows
    • Piano black interior inserts and steering wheel
    • Interior lamps
    • Parcel shelf
    • Infotainment system with USB, Aux and Bluetooth support
    • 4 speakers
    • Tata ConnectNext application support

    XZ/XZA [Rs 5.70-6.20 lakh]

    • Day and night IRVM
    • Front fog lamps
    • Rear defogger
    • Rear wiper washer
    • Steering mounted audio and phone controls
    • Chrome garnish on front fog lamps
    • Black finish on B-pillar
    • ORVM Welcome function - Auto fold on locking/unlocking
    • Body coloured side AC vents
    • Chrome finish around AC vents
    • Chrome insert on gear knob (XZA only)
    • 7-inch touchscreen infotainment
    • Apple CarPlay and Android Auto support
    • 4 speakers and 4 tweeters
    • Steering mounted audio and phone controls
    • Voice commands
    • Image and video playback
    • Cooled glove box
    • Co-driver vanity mirror
    • Height adjustable driver seat
    • One-touch down driver window

    XZ+/XZA+ [Rs 5.99-6.49 lakh]

    • Rear parking camera
    • 15-inch dual-tone alloy wheels
    • Piano black ORVMs
    • Contrast black roof (optional extra costing Rs 11,000)

    The Tata Tiago facelift competes with the likes of the Hyundai Santro, Maruti Suzuki Celerio, Maruti Suzuki Wagon R and the Datsun Go.

    All prices are ex-showroom, Delhi.

    Also see:

    Tata Tiago, Tigor facelift launched at Rs 4.6 lakh and Rs 5.75 lakh

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