- The new Tiago XTA variant has its AMT gearbox as the key highlight.
- The fourth car to be automatically transmitted in the Tata Motor line.
Today, new Tata Tiago XTA Tata Motors announced launch at the beginning price of Rs 5.99 Lakhs of the new XTA variation of its hatchback, Tata Tiago (Ex-Showroom Delhi). The brand has 4 AMT options with this launch and adds an AMT variant to the existing Tata Tiago’s XT trim. The other versions include Rs 6.47 Lakh, Rs 6.75, Lakh and Rs 6.85, XZA+ and XZA+, respectively, Dual Tone and Rs 6.90 Lakh (all prices ex-showroom). In addition to the AMT variants, the new Tiago has 6 handheld transmission options.
The new Tiago XTA version is mainly based on its AMT gearbox and, according to Tata, it reinforces its automatic line with four AMT options.
All the features available in the XT version are provided in the Tata Tiago XTA variants. This version is provided with features such as follow-up headlights, 14-inch steel jacks with wheel coverings, door handles, body-coloring and OVRMs, electrically adjustable blinkered wing mirrors, back parking, central locking, 4 speakers, 7-inch Bluetooth infotainment, UPS and AUX support, power windows and auto door locks.
Tata Tiago XTA AMT Gearbox Engine :
Tata Tiago is a 1.2-liter, 3-cylinder natural-vacuumed petrol engine that is compliant with BS6. The Revotron engine has a power of 86 bhp and a torque of 113 Nm. A 5-speed handbook and an AMT unit are the transmission choices.
Originally in India in 2016, Tiago was introduced. Later in 2020, the BS 6-Spec version of the same hatchback entered the market. In addition, GNCAP’s 4-star safety rating was also achieved.
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Mr. Vivek Srivatsa, Head of Marketing, Passengers’ Vehicle Business Unit (PVBU), said about the introduction to this new variant, Tata Motors: We are constantly hearing and collecting feedback on the market to meet our brand promise that New Forever will continue. The market response from across regions was tremendous. In addition, the automatic transmission (AT) segment is booming in India and the sales of Tiago have shown the same thing.
We are pleased to introduce an XTA range and are confident that this new version not only will provide us with a competitive lead in the mid-hatch segment, but also will offer customers accessible choices at every point of price “as read and reported by www.indiacarnews.com”.