Tata Tiago and Tiago NRG: Key differences explained
Tata has launched the new Tiago NRG and it is basically a crossover version of the current Tiago. The NRG variant was launched on the BS4 Tiago as well and it's safe to say it did very well in the showrooms. So Tata has decided to revive the NRG name and the new looks much sportier and comes packed with a number of features to make it stand out from the Tiago.
Tata Tiago Vs Tata Tiago NRG - Exterior Upgrades
The Tiago NRG carries the same design as the standard Tiago, but it has certain aesthetic tweaks to make it look sportingly more distinguished. New front and rear bumpers with skid plates, side cladding, integrated roof rails, a black roof, a black finish for the outside rear-view mirrors and door handles and that NRG badging are some of the noticeable upgrades.
In comparison to the normal model, the Tiago NRG has been developed to perform better over uneven terrains which is why it gets a 181 mm of ground clearance. The NRG also gets steel wheels which are more suited for rough terrain instead of the alloys available on the normal Tiago. The NRG model is also fitted with dual-path suspension, according to Tata.
Tata Tiago Vs Tata Tiago NRG - Interiors And Features
The interior layout of the Tiago NRG is very identical to the regular Tiago. A charcoal black interior theme colour and push-button start/stop are the only key differences. Other than that automatic air conditioning, an eight-speaker Harman sound system, steering-mounted controls, a height-adjustable driver seat, a fully digital instrument cluster, auto-fold ORVMs, and a cooled glovebox are all standard features.
Tata Tiago Vs Tata Tiago NRG - Engines And Performance
One place where the NRG variant is exactly similar to the Tiago is under the bonnet. They both use the same 1.2 liter three-cylinder engine, which produces 86PS and 113 Nm of peak torque. This engine is offered with a five-speed manual transmission, but buyers may also choose an automatic transmission.
Tata Tiago Vs Tata Tiago NRG - Prices
The manual gearbox Tiago XZ+ dual-tone costs Rs 6.5 lakh, while the AMT variant costs Rs 7.05 lakh. In comparison to that, the manual model of the Tata Tiago NRG costs Rs 6.57 lakh, while the Tiago NRG AMT variant costs Rs 7.09 lakh.
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