- Goodbye Tiago XT variation now accessible with a 5-speed AMT gearbox alternative
- Tiago XTA valued about Rs 50,000 more than the petroleum manual XT
- Tiago line-up could get CNG controlled variations in the coming months
Goodbye Tata Tiago XTA: What do you get in this mid-spec variation?
At Rs 5.99 lakh, the Tiago XTA costs Rs 50,000 more than the customary Tiago XT, however the two variations have an indistinguishable gear list. Similarly as with the XT, the XTA gets you unit, for example, double airbags, ABS, day-night back see reflect, back stopping sensors with a showcase, Harman-sourced sound framework with Bluetooth and USB availability, directing mounted controls, manual AC, LED computerized instrument readout, front and back power windows and far off locking, among others.
Contrasted with the higher-spec XZA, the XTA passes up a 7.0-inch touchscreen with Android Auto and Apple CarPlay network, a back wiper and defogger, mist lights, power collapsing wing mirrors and a tallness customizable driver seat.
The solitary genuine distinction between the XT and the XTA is the gearbox – the 86hp, 1.2-liter three-chamber petroleum motor is combined to a 5-speed AMT unit in the XTA.
Goodbye Tata Tiago AMT rivals
Regarding its opposition, the Tata Tiago AMT (Rs 5.99-6.84 lakh)* goes facing the AMT variations of Maruti Suzuki Celerio (Rs 5.42-5.70 lakh)* and Wagon R (1.0L: Rs 5.48-5.55 lakh; 1.2L: Rs 5.83-6.18 lakh)* and the Hyundai Santro (Rs 5.63-6.35 lakh)*. Another opponent to the Tata hatchback is the Datsun Go (Rs 6.31-6.51 lakh)* which has the differentiation of being the lone CVT gearbox-prepared model in the fragment.
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