2020 Tata Tiago XT BS6 Detailed In A Walkaround Video - Most VFM Version

by Mohit Bhardwaj | 26/02/2020
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Here's a walkaround video of XT variant of Tata Tiago showing what all features the car comes with and misses out on.

Tata Tiago has recently received a mid-life refresh in the form of facelift. The car is now designed with inspiration from the higher Altroz. With the facelift, it retails at a starting price tag of Rs. 4.60 lakhs and is now offered in a total of 4 variants, namely XE, XT, XZ, XZ+. The XE is the base variant of the car, while the XZ+ is the top-end variant of the car. The XT, however, sits at the second position in the ascending order of the trim levels. Today, we came across a video uploaded by AutoTrend TV on YouTube of a detailed walkaround video of the XT trim that showcases the features it gets and misses out in comparison to other variants.

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2020 Tata Tiago XT BS6 Detailed In A Walkaround Video

Tata Tiago is the smallest offering of the manufacturer.

The XT variant is decently loaded but does not look like the top-end XZ+ variant from outside. The XT variant misses out on front fog lamps, gets 14-inch steel wheels with wheel covers in place of R-15 dual-tone alloys wheels, and gets body-coloured ORVMs against the piano-black finish for ORVMs seen on the XT variant. The option of dual-tone paint for the roof is not available in the XT variant and the B-Pillar also misses out on the black finish seen on the XZ and XZ+ variants.

Inside the car, the difference in terms of looks in not that evident. The interior looks all the same like that on the top-end variant but gives a miss to some features. The XT variants do not get the rear parcel shelf, chrome-finish around air vents, rear parking camera, height-adjustable driver seat, cooled glovebox, auto-folding ORVMs, rear defogger, and a rear wiper.

The XT variant, however, comes with a 2-din ConnectNext infotainment system with Bluetooth telephony, rear parking sensors, central locking, ABS with EBD and corner stability control, dual-front airbags, manual controls for the HVAC system, steering mounted audio controls and more.

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Mechanically, the XT variant is identical to other variants with a 1.2L 3-cylinder engine that produces 86 PS and 113 Nm. The transmission options are, however, limited to just 5-speed MT, whereas the higher XZ and XZ+ gets the option of an AMT as well.

Talking of the prices, the base-spec Tiago has an ex-showroom price of Rs. 4.60 lakhs, while the top-end variant costs Rs. 6.10 lakhs. However, the XT variant retails at an ex-showroom price of Rs. 5.20 lakhs.

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