Tata Tiago – In Images

Posted on: Apr 6, 2016 - 1:58pm IST

Prices start from INR 3.20 Lakhs.

The Tata Tiago has been launched in the Indian market today. Prices range between INR 3.20 Lakhs to INR 5.54 Lakhs (ex-showroom Delhi), and is available in two engine options spread across five grades.

Tata Tiago front three quarter launched
Prices for the Tata Tiago range between INR 3.20 Lakhs to INR 5.54 Lakhs (ex-showroom Delhi).

Influenced by the latest IMPACT design language, the exterior styling of the Tata Tiago looks contemporary yet familiar. It features large headlamps, LED turn indicators mounted in the ORVMs, 14-inch twin five-spoke alloy wheels, wraparound taillamps and a roof spoiler.

Inside, the cabin is finished in a dual tone black and beige color combination with black fabric seat upholstery, optional body-colored trim around the side HVAC vents and piano black trim on the center console. It has a 242 liter boot volume and 22 storage areas in the cabin.

Some of the headline features in the Tiago are Tata’s ConnectNext Infotainment system that has been exclusively developed by HARMAN, 8-speaker audio system that can play files through USB and Aux-In, apart from radio and CD functions. Dual airbags and driver’s seat height adjustment are standard in the XZ grade, and optional in XE, XM and XT.

Tata Tiago rear launched
Dual airbags and driver’s seat height adjustment are standard in the XZ grade only.

Also read: Tata Tiago – Review

The engine lineup includes an all new 1.2-litre three-cylinder Revotron engine that produces 85 PS and 114 Nm, while the diesel-powered Tiago packs a 1.05-litre three-cylinder Revotorq engine that develops 70 PS and 140 Nm. The only transmission option in both models is a 5-speed manual gearbox. The petrol and diesel variants are capable of averaging an ARAI-certified fuel mileage of 23.84 km/L and 27.28 km/L, respectively.

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