Tata Motors had recently launched facelift version of Tata Nexon, Tata Tigor compact sedan and Tata Tiago hatchback in the market. Tiago was again one of those hatchbacks that is popular among buyers and have been eagerly waiting for. Facelifted Tiago is now BS6 compliant and the price for the hatchback starts at Rs 4.6 lakh, ex-showroom. Here we have a walkaround video that shows the exterior and interior of the Tata Tiago facelift. The trim shown in the video is XZ+ trim.
The video has been uploaded by AutoTrend on their Youtube channel. The video starts by showing the front end of the facelifted Tiago. The shape of the headlamps has been completely changed and it gets a new front. There is a gloss black band running above the headlamps, similar to the one seen on Altroz premium hatchback. there is also a chrome strip on the lower portion of the grille.
The grille itself has some changes as it gets the tri-arrow design that we had seen on Nexon and Nexon EV. It is part of their latest design philosophy and is likely to be seen on future Tata cars. Coming down, the bumpers get a new design with lip spoiler like extensions at the front and the design of the air dam has also changed.
Rear bumper of the facelifted Tiago has also been slightly tweaked. Apart from that pretty munch everything remains the same. It gets steel wheels, same tail light unit, spoiler and so on. Moving inside, the Tiago gets a gloss black finish on the door handle and it gets power windows for all the windows.The steering wheel has been borrowed from Tata Altroz but misses on steering mounted controls.
Another major change is the instrument cluster. It gets a completely digital instrument that we have seen on Tigo and Nexon compact SUV. The Tiago gets a touchscreen infotainment system from Harman in the XZ+ variant. It gets chrome garnishes around AC vents and instrument custer. Piano black inserts at various places on the dash to give that an upmarket feel.
Coming to the engine on offer. Tiago BS6 version only gets a litre, 3-cylinder petrol engine now. The 1.05 litre diesel unit has been dropped out. The petrol variant gets a 5 speed and an AMT gearbox as an option. Tata Motors is likely to discontinue the JTP version of the Tiago as well. A lot of enthusiasts who were planning to buy that one will have to find old stock.