Tata Motors drives in the all-new Tiago NRG
Holding true to its 'New Forever' brand promise, Tata Motors today launched the all-new Tiago NRG. Adding yet another exciting product to its wide range of portfolio, this vehicle has been carefully crafted for those who live differently. Positioned as the 'Urban Toughroader', the Tiago NRG is not only enhanced aesthetically with an SUV inspired design giving it a muscular look but is also tuned further with a higher ground clearance to give a tough road performance for the go getters. With 4 star safety rating by GNCAP, this vehicle will be launched in 4 attractive colours Foresta Green, Fire Red, Snow White, Cloudy Grey, and will be available in showrooms from today at a starting price of INR.6,57,400, ex-showroom Delhi.
Commenting on NRG's distinctive design and capabilities, Mr. Rajan Amba, Vice-President, Sales, Marketing & Customer Care, PVBU, Tata Motors said, "We are excited to bring to you this awesome version of our much-loved hatchback, the Tata Tiago. Truly energetic just like its name, the NRG fits well with the growing trend of bringing to market more SUV like vehicles. It is not only strong on the exterior but is feature-loaded & stylish in the interior, and is an absolute pleasure to drive with enhanced abilities to take over rough terrains. Crowning the Tiago range, the NRG will continue to help us increase our brand presence. We are confident that our customers will appreciate the new Tiago NRG as much as its predecessor."
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