Tata Tiago, the zippy car from the Indian manufacturer is ready to have another important addition to its currently sold variants. It would be launched with an AMT gearbox in January 2017, making it even more popular among people who prefer driving without a clutch. It will be available only with the petrol engine, which accounts for more than 50 percent of the sales of the small car. Tiago was the first step of Tata Motors toward a new revolution, providing a chance to its customers to experience best in class quality and ride experience. Not just that, it even provided class leading feature list and introduced Tata Motors to a wide audience with different needs and one solution, the Tiago.
Tata Motors is working on a bunch of good products, most noticeable of all being the Kite 5 sedan (based on Tiago) and Nexon mini SUV. Hexa was introduced officially to the world and would be launched in January 2017. Maxabout believes that if Tata Motors could sell their upcoming products in required number, the image shattering products like Nano and Bolt would soon be washed off from the minds of Indian people. The quality of materials being used in the upcoming cars is even better than most best selling cars of India.
Tiago is powered by a 1047, 3-cylinder diesel engine producing 69 BHP and 140 Nm of torque. This engine will continue with its 5-speed manual gearbox. The second one is the 1199 cc, 3-cylinder petrol motor, producing 83.8 BHP and 114 Nm of torque. It will be offered with an option between 5-speed manual as well as AMT gearbox. Both these engines are quite frugal and return class leading mileage figures of 27.28 kmpl and 23.84 kmpl for the diesel and petrol car respectively. Tiago comes in first in class features like corner stability control, 8 speaker Harman music system and rear parking camera with guidelines.