Tata Tiago NRG edition launched in the Indian market, price range starting from Rs 6.57 lakh ex-showroom with cosmetic changes.

  • Tata Tiago NRG launched in India priced from Rs 6.57 lakh
  • It is offered in both manual and automatic gearbox system
  • It continues to powered by a 1.2 Litre Revotron petrol engine

Tata Motors India has today announced the launch of the Tiago NEG edition in the domestic market, priced range starting from Rs 6.57 lakh. It is continuing to offer the same powertrain, while the manual gearbox is priced at Rs 6.57 lakh and for automatic, it is priced at Rs 7.09 lakh. Tata Introduced the NRG edition in four colors schemes, Forestay Green, Snow White, Fire Red, and Cloudy grey. The Tiago NRG edition is a more rugged and offsets version of popular Tiago compared with its standard version.

Tata Tiago NRG launched in India

Tata Tiago is yet another product from the homegrown brand with a four-star rating for adult occupant and 3-star crash rating for child occupant, awarded at Global NCAP. It is one of the safest and most affordable offerings in the Indian market. Some of the notable highlights of NRG are blacked roof, new designed 15-inch alloy wheels, retuned suspension, rear skid plate, side and rear black cladding, 181 mm ground clearance, ABS with EBD, thick black strips connecting taillights, little chrome touch in front bumper, black fog lamps housing, black wheel arches and so on.

As for performance Tiago NRG continues to be powered by the same 1.2 Litre Revotron petrol engine, which belts out 86 PS of maximum power and 113 Nm of peak torque. the powertrain comes paired with standard 5-speed manual transmission and an optional 5-speed automatic manual transmission gearbox system. While on the interior it gets a reverse parking camera, Push start-stop, fabric seats with deco stitches, and so on. The interior also comprises of bigger infotainment system enable with android auto and apple car play, a flat-bottom steering wheel with mounted controls, and an all-digital instrument cluster.

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