TATA Tiago XZ+ Launched in Nepali market
Tata Motors, today, announced the introduction of its new top of the line variant in the Tiago range – The Tiago XZ+. Carrying forward the young and fun element of the Tiago, the Tiago XZ+ comes with a host of additional features, which adds to its premium quotient.
Available in both petrol (1.2L Revotron engine) and diesel (1.05L Revotorq engine), the Tiago XZ+ will be introduced in 2 new colors – Canyon Orange and Ocean Blue and will be equipped with a 5 speed manual transmission.
This trim boasts of enhanced looks and additional features over the current XZ variant. It is available in single and dual-tone body styles.It will be available in both single and dual tone exterior options.
The most prominent change on this XZ Plus trim is the optional gloss black roof, which gives the car a dual tone look. There’s also a roof spoiler to add to the sporty quotient.
Unlike the Tiago with conventional headlamps, the new top-of-the-line trim boasts of projector headlamps with smoked bezels. These are similar to the ones on the 2018 Tigor.
Tata Motors has upsized the wheels from 14-inch to 15-inch dual-tone alloy ones. However, for some reason these are only available on the petrol and not the diesel version.
All XZ trims, whether petrol or diesel, were equipped with electrically adjustable mirrors. In addition to this, the ones on this new trim get power folding ORVMs with welcome function too.
The other few cosmetic updates include a chrome accent on the tailgate to add to the bling. Also, body side mouldings are now standard on these XZ Plus variants.
Moving on to the inside, the older manual knobs for the air-conditioner are gone. These have been replaced with a new console for automatic climate control.
Another update that will catch your attention is the new seven-inch touchscreen infotainment system with Android Auto connectivity, voice recognition, SMS notifications and read outs.
Mechanically, the Tiago XZ Plus continues to be offered with the same powertrain options. The petrol model is powered by a 1.2-litre, three-cylinder mill that produces 84bhp and 114Nm of torque.
Meanwhile, the diesel version draws power from a 1.05-litre, three-cylinder motor that puts out 69bhp and 140Nm of torque. Both these engines come mated to a five-speed manual gearbox.
Sipradi Trading, the authorised dealer of Tata Motors for Nepali market hasn’t revealed the price of XZ+ , but the pricing can be expected to be in the range of nepali Rs 25-31 Lakhs.
For more details, please visit https://www.tatatiago.com/.